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About Lincoln

Engaging Children, Enriching the World!

At Lincoln, we...

  • Achieve our personal best.
  • Collaborate in authentic learning.
  • Embrace creative and critical thinking.

Lincoln is a small neighborhood school located one block north of Loveland High School.  Lincoln students engage in high-quality, standards-based instruction that is designed to meet the needs of all students.  We take a holistic approach to education and embed social-emotional learning throughout the day.  Small class sizes allow our teachers to build strong relationships with students and families.  We offer many opportunities for families and community members to engage in authentic learning with Lincoln students throughout the school year.

We have wonderful family and community members who volunteer at our school regularly.  


Lincoln students receive respectful, high-quality, standards-based instruction that is differentiated to meet the needs of all preschool through fifth-grade learners. Students collaborate in creative and critical thinking that allows them to be problem solvers and innovators, which are skills that will be used throughout life. Fostering respectful, trusting relationships between all members of the Lincoln community helps to build a strong and supportive learning environment at Lincoln that allows all children to succeed. 

Stellar Points

PBIS focused and driven No Place for Hate designated school for the past five years In Focus social/emotional intelligence daily curriculum for all students K-5 Problem-Based Learning instruction supporting all students in academic achievement Rotary Volunteers Reading Corps Program Best of all: strong parent community and a genuinely wonderful place to be!


Science Fair, Spelling Bee, Destination Imagination, Garden Club, and more


Cozy, nurturing, welcoming:  every adult in the building cares about every student so that all students and all family members feel comfortable approaching any of us.


We have an active parent teacher organization (PTO) and SAC (School Accountability Committee).

Community Partners

We are actively engaged with the  Boys and Girls Club, Colorado State University, Front Range Community College, United Way and the Loveland Rotary Club.