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Impact on Education

How does a building impact education? This page offers information about FAQ’s such as: What do you mean by 21st century education? What are hubs? Does a different space configuration change teaching and learning? What are the educational goals of the Lincoln Public Schools? If, after browsing these resources, you think of other questions, contact us!
Each year the Administration and School Committee, with community input, refine the District Strategic Plan.  Click on the image to see the plan for 2018-2019.
A  reading list provided by our design team.
Click here to watch Hanscom Middle School faculty talk about how the new building has changed the way they work with each other.
Click here to hear Hanscom faculty talk about the impact of the building on students.
Click here to learn more about the impact on learning.
Watch a Hanscom educator talk about how the building supports students with special needs.
In this video Hanscom teachers talk about hub spaces.  In the video they refer to them as “breakout” spaces.
A 4th grade teacher talks about how she uses her spaces.

HMS faculty discuss use of the Commons space in the middle school.

HMS faculty talk about the arts in the Middle School.
A short video about the classroom spaces at Hanscom.
Faculty members talk about some of the building’s challenges in this video.

Learn More: Videos & Documents

Blog: Designing a School Makerspace Video: Engaging Students in Meaningful Work Video: Changing the Subject Video: The Maker Movement

Documents – Educational Vision

Blog Posts: Educational Vision

A Look Inside…

…at Plans for the Interior At this Wednesday’s SBC meeting (January 23rd, 7:00pm, Hartwell multipurpose room), the SBC will spend the bulk of the meeting reviewing updated floor plans, interior design, and interior materials. Cost Check: After the December vote, Consigli came on board as our Construction Manager. Since then, they have been examining the building and […]

Meeting Reminder

The SBC’s first meeting of 2019 is tomorrow night (Wednesday, January 9th) at 7:00pm, Hartwell multipurpose room. It is a full agenda! As a reminder, SBC agendas can always be found by using the link on the left hand side of the home page (scroll down a bit), or by going to the School Committee […]


Click the image to play the video (and turn on the volume!) And if you weren’t able to make it to Town Meeting on Saturday, and want to watch the presentations or hear the questions, you can watch it here!

This is a Community Project

Over the past 19 months, the Lincoln School project has been forged by the willingness of residents with a wide range of values, priorities, expertise, opinions, and viewpoints to come together to try to collaboratively solve an incredibly complex problem. The goal of the SBC has been to create a process and a platform for […]

Educational Value(s)…and Some Financial FAQs…

Each year, with input from the community, the Lincoln School Committee and Administrative Team set strategic priorities for the district. These priorities guide professional development and collaboration in the Lincoln School and in the Hanscom Schools. Since the new Hanscom Middle School opened in 2016, the district has had the opportunity to see how a […]


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