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Community Spaces

One of the 5 core principles of the school building project was enhancing the school as a community space. We are in a different phase of Covid, the building is now in use, and the vision for its potential uses is expanding. In the past couple of weeks, families gathered in the Dining Commons for Bingo Night, and the town’s Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, & Anti-Racism Committee (IDEA) used the Learning Commons for a hybrid-format public forum. We’ve started to put together a photo gallery of the building in use – send photos to if you have a picture you can share of your group using the school. We look forward to hearing about new and creative uses!

During the Lincoln Winter Carnival, students and families enjoy Bingo Night in the Dining Commons.
The town's Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Anti-Racism Committee held a hybrid format public forum in the Learning Commons and via Zoom.

Winding Down

At some point this year, we, the SBC Outreach team, will publish a final blog post! We are grateful to the 360+ subscribers to our site, and to many others who have read our posts over the past (almost) 6 years. As we wind down, we are aware that there are many other important topics of conversation in town, and we invite our followers to stay informed about what is going on in Lincoln by signing up for updates from other groups.

Meeting Notes

The SBC met last Wednesday. Click here for the slide presentation.


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