Points of Pride


Families who choose Lincoln-Erdman Elementary School have a lot to be proud of in their school.


Alumni Success Stories

Here are some of the school's proudest achievements:

  • Lincoln-Erdman Elementary School is "Exceeding Expectations" as measured by the Department of Public Instruction on the 2011-12 School Report Card. View the Lincoln-Erdman School Report Card
  • Students consistently score above the state and district average on state assessments
  • Nationally recognized Panther Pals progam – click here to read more
  • Many Lincoln-Erdman students receive scholarships at the high school level
  • Annually more than 70% of Lincoln-Erdman graduates make the middle school honor rolls.
  • Many Lincoln-Erdman students go on to qualify for the National Honor Society
  • Many students are given leadership opportunities at the middle and high school levels
  • 70% of teachers with master’s degree or higher
  • 45% of teachers have dual certifications
  • Team-teaching and collaboration between 4th and 5th grades
  • Small group work with volunteers and EAs provides individual attention to each student
  • Elementary Volunteers of the Year
    - Lori Biebel and Andrea Haen -
                Co-Presidents of Parent Connection Groups (2007-2008)
    - Mike Hovey - PTO President (2006-2007)
    - Amy Michelson (2003-2004)
    - Patty Paasch (1997-1998)
  • Employees of the Year
    - Mary Jo Haas - Food Services (2000-2001)
  • School Awards
    - Governor’s School Health Award - Gold Level (2008-2009)                                                         Bronze Level (2007-2008)
    - P.T.O. Today Award Parent Connection of the Year (Spring 2007)
    - Promising Practicer Character Education Award (October 2006)
    - UNICEF - Annually Receive Certificate of Achievement
    - Since 2000, Lincoln-Erdman staff has received recognition for their level of support from United Way.
    - Energy Award (2007)