Welcome to Lincoln Middle School

Lincoln Middle School is proud to have a diverse community of students and faculty.  We are committed to teaching tolerance and engaging students in academic excellence.





SPRING Bike and Walk to School Week
A special thanks to everyone who participated in Bike and Walk to School  week.  It was great seeing everyone getting exercise before school and reducing our carbon footprint.  You are encouraged to continue biking and walking throughout the rest of the school year.

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Lincoln Middle School
Summer Reading
Please click the link below for more information

Summer Reading Bingo

6th -7th Grade Summer Reading

Grab a book!
Enjoy your summer!

-Registration is now open for the Middle School Summer Academy- Parents can now access summer school registration here at the Portland Public Schools website. Parents will be asked to indicate that their child is applying to the MS Summer Academy which will be held at USM in Portland.  The two-week program is FREE and is open to all rising 7th and 8th graders, though we would love to target students who could use additional time and support to meet standards and who would benefit from participating in this summer learning program.  The deadline for registration is May 31.  


          Maine Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Leadership Day

Members of Lincoln Middle School's student wellness team attended the Maine Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Leadership Day on Saturday, June 2nd at the University of New England Harold Alfond Forum in Biddeford.  The student members attending were Nicole Quang, Isabella Puelo, and Roxie Van Oosterum.  Teacher advisors attending were Denise Preisser and Christel Driscoll.  Student teams shared highlights of wellness events held at their schools and then led the group in a variety of physical activities.   After a fabulous lunch, students met in groups to brainstorm ideas to help make their wellness teams stronger and develop plans on how to get their peers involved more next year.  

Jenni Tilton-Flood attended and spoke on behalf of the Maine dairy farmers fund which helps fund Fuel Up to Play 60 events like this one.  Clare Egan, a member of the US Biathlon Team shared her story via video on success and perseverance to help any student meet their personal goals.  Another special guest, Jacob Hollister #47, from the New England Patriots spoke to the students about leadership and then led a station of throwing and catching footballs to student leaders. The conference promoted the premise that "Healthy Students are Better Students" and how can schools help make this happen.

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 Count ME In
Attendance Matters!
Student Poster Contest- students (ages 6-17) are invited to create an original poster in recognition of attendance awareness month (celebrated every September) that will be distributed state-wide!  Count ME In invites students to share their views on why school attendance is important- see contest details here.  Deadline for submissions is July 18.

Portland Youth Film Festival

LMS 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students submitted 3 entries to this year's Youth Film festival. 
Documentaries:"Title IX Exposed", "The Rock Cycle"
and a short film: "Truth: Bad Dreams".
Viewing and voting and be done at:


In the News

Union Restaurant's Chef Josh Berry visits Lincoln Middle School

Union Restaurant's Chef Josh Berry.pdf

Patty MacKenzie
Chef Berry
Chef Berry

Lincoln Middle School's Handbell Choir

Mindfullness at Lincoln Middle School