Welcome to the Lincoln-Hubbard School!
Home of the Lions

Principal - Matt Carlin

School Day: Begins at 8:15 am and ends at 3:00 pm.


"We Take PRIDE In Learning"
Principal - Mr. Matt Carlin
908-273-1333 (ext.6450)
"You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world.
But it takes people to make the dream a reality.”  - Walt Disney

Grade Level Scope and Sequence
(please click on a grade level to view units across curriculum and projected time-frames)
* For Technology - please click on this  link  to visit our District Technology page for grade Level Resources
as well as a variety of sites to support learning in the home setting!      http://www.summit.k12.nj.us/elementarytech/ 

Welcome to the 2013-2014 school year! We are excited with the return of our students, their families, and our staff.  Lincoln-Hubbard strives promote achievement and success for each learner through a valued home and school partnership.  This year will be no exception.  Our targets for the 2013-2014 school year at Lincoln-Hubbard include:

1. Planning and implementing instructional programs and initiatives that align with the BOE Focus Areas for 2012-2015.  They are as follows:    91412_110742_0.png
  •  Raising achievement for all students, eliminating achievement gaps among subgroups, and enabling each student to reach his and her potential
  • Enhancing the social and emotional development of all students by educating the whole child in a nurturing environment
  • Continuing fiscal management and operational efficiency to ensure the long-term sustainability of quality education
  • Informing and engaging parents and the broader Summit community through enhanced communication and outreach
2. Continuing to build our understanding of the Common Core standards and what it means for instruction, specifically related to assessment and projection of student performance throughout the course of the year

3.  Continued attention to addressing any needs and/or subsequent recommendations related to building security and safety.

4.  Implementation of district report card pilot at all grades, including the move to a trimester ( December, March, June) format. 

5.  Continued implementing of the district Evaluation system, with a specific focus on development of Student Growth Objectives that will attend to measuring and accountability for student achievement.

6.  Implementation of Go Math! And Everyday Math resources to support the curriculum in an effort to further analyze best resources to align with the Core Standards.

7.  Knowing the individual learner and supporting his/her needs – including our continued focus on culture through a collaboration with Brayton School (with a specific focus on attending to gender in the classroom)

8.  Building and further enhancing home/school communications and programs for families – including continuation and enhancement of 1 to 1 contacts as well as Informational seminars for parents.

We will continue to invest in nurturing the social and emotional well being of each student.  This is accomplished this in many ways. Our students and teachers "Take the Time" on a weekly basis to engage in a dialog.  We also build these connections through our monthly "Student/Staff Playdates," where we take a little bit of time out of our schedule to simply play and learn more about each other. Our weekly "L-H Goals" anchor our efforts to build community and celebrate our diversity.  Our "Pillars of Pride" initiative invites our students/staff to celebrate pillars of character through an extended focus on what it means to be:  respectful, responsible, trustworthy, fair, caring, and a productive citizen in a community.  As always, we hope to build on / nurture the lessons and experiences our students bring with them from home.  It's a home/school partnership!

The Parent Teacher Organization at Lincoln-Hubbard and our parent involvement in general are an integral aspect of the daily life at our school.  This year, the PTO has obtained funding and support for a variety of projects including our brand-new soccer goals as well as resources and events that will support our building-wide theme of "180 Days Around the World" at Lincoln-Hubbard!  This will be a year-long celebration of our school community, its diversity, talents, and pride.   ** Please check our PTO website -  thelionlink.com  - for other information throughout the year!

* Please refer to the Principal's "Summer Parent Letter"  for more information regarding Back To School and the start of the 2013-2014 year.
                                                                                Overview of Various  Programs At Our School

Academic Activities
The Arts
Extra Curricular
"Smarties at the Party" - afterschool support
Rising Stars, Reader's
You Read To Me, I'll Read To You Parent Workshops
Family Math
Family Science
Family Technology
Field Trips
Word of the Week
Student Inventions Through Education (SITE)
Cultural Arts Programs
Chorus / Orchestra / Band
Pillars of Pride Program
Art in the Classroom
Grade 1-3 Talent Show
L-H Theater 2013
Program-"The Little Mermaid Jr.!"
L-H Lion Jazz Licks - Jazz Ensemble
L-H Cares Community Service Program
L-H Chess team
Farmers Club
Grade 5 Safety Patrol
Mentoring Program
New Student Lunches
After School Enrichment
After School Playdates
Sweetheart Dance
Thanksgiving Food Drive
Holiday Family Fund
Buddy Classes


Last Modified: Sep 17, 2013