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elementary school

Dear parents,

School is moving along and our children are beginning to jump into their learning units in math, reading, and writing (in both English and Spanish).  Please look for more information from your child’s teacher about what students are learning in class.  Expect to receive weekly communication from your child’s teacher about this.

To repeat a request from last week:  If you are a family who believes you will be outside of Argentina past August 30th, I ask that you email me so that we can meet and talk about programming for your child.  August 30th is the date when all but a few of our students will be on-campus, so we will need to refine how we provide our online program beginning September 1st.

The online program is only for families who are unable to arrive in Argentina due to current travel restrictions.  If you are going on vacation or if your child is going to miss a day of school, please contact your child’s homeroom teacher to plan for whatever work your child may miss in person.  


virtual open house

Our Open House is going to be virtual on Thursday, August 26 from 6PM-8PM (this is a change from the original date).  You will get a chance to meet briefly with our leadership team and then attend meetings with (and virtually see) your child’s homeroom, Spanish, and Specialist teachers and classes. Please plan on attending this important night where we all get to know more about our children’s classes.  The invite will be sent separately from the Flying Condor; look for it in your email.

Thank you for your partnership in supporting your children’s learning.

Ms. Becky


Introduction to Mr. Leo, our new National Program Coordinator for primary

Dear Lincoln Community,

My name is Leonardo Bertolotto and I am the new Coordinator of National Programs for the Elementary School. I am very excited and proud to be able to contribute to the community in this new role, after having been a teacher at Lincoln for four years. I am a curious person, with a constant interest in learning new things and reviewing what I have learned. I have been an educator for more than twenty years and I am convinced that educators must inspire and guide our students towards a complex and fascinating world. As a constant learner, I have explored the learning of music, languages, art, and other activities that I feel enrich my personal and professional life. I am a Certified Coach which has given me a more holistic look on teaching. I am part of a team of great professionals and I am committed to making Spanish learning more integrated with the English program, seeking connections between both programs, and making learning the Argentine language and culture something that enriches the entire Lincoln community.

Mr. Leo