Olympia: Enrollment information nights set for Lincoln Options program

lpemberton@theolympian.comFebruary 24, 2014 

Luis Allende, a native of Chile now living in Olympia, teaches a Spanish language class to fourth- and fifth-grade students at Lincoln Elementary in Olympia on Friday, Jan. 24, 2014. Students at Lincoln begin learning Spanish in kindergarten and continue through each grade. Allende also teaches Spanish classes at Washington Middle School and Centennial Elementary. Lincoln has two enrollment information nights coming up for potential families.

TONY OVERMAN — Staff photographer

Lincoln Options Elementary School, 213 21st Ave. SE, Olympia, is offering enrollment information nights from 6:30–8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 26, and March 4.

Attendance at one of the events is required for families who do not live in the Lincoln service area, and would like to be placed in the school’s lottery for enrollment.

Families who live in the Lincoln service area and siblings of current students are guaranteed enrollment.

Childcare will be provided at the events.

Lincoln Options offers multi-age classrooms with project-based curriculum for kindergarten through fifth grade.

For more information on the school, call Curt and Mollie Gavigan at 360-870-0219. 

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