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Lincoln Meadows

Service and Outreach

Service & Outreach

Our community is the heart of our school. We feel it is very important to show our gratitude and appreciation by giving back as much as possible. 


Holiday Fund & Giving Tree

December 2nd - 13th
We are thrilled to bring back this tradition again for 2019. This is a wonderful way to show our teachers and staff some much-deserved appreciation and save you a trip to the store! Instead of shopping for individual gifts for your teachers and the staff you can simply give a gift of cash to the Holiday Fund. You can give any amount that you would like. You can send in your donations anytime between Dec. 2nd and Dec. 13th. The monetary gifts will be distributed to the entire staff along with thank-you cards during the teacher/staff luncheon on December 18th. 

toy drive

College View Elementary Holiday Toy Drive

December 9th - 13th

We are proud to support the College View Elementary School again this year with our 3rd annual toy drive. This Denver Public School, so very close in proximity to our own, has some immense needs. Sadly, many of these families cannot afford to buy their children gifts during the holiday season.


The Toy Drive is completely optional, no one is required to participate. But in the spirit of giving, and to a community that could really use a helping hand. Below is the list they provided for ideas/suggestions for their community

As an extension of the Toy Drive, the staff at College View Elementary would like to also have a gift-wrapping station at the day of toy distribution. Therefore, we are asking students to bring gift wrapping supplies on Friday, December 13th.

Lastly, we will be delivering gifts to College View on Thursday, December 19th and assisting in toy distribution as well as manning a wrapping station on Friday, December 20th. We are looking for numerous volunteers to help us during specific times during these days. If you would like to further join us in the Spirit of Giving, please click here to sign up.


***New this year: Children who are old enough to help wrap presents

are welcome to attend and volunteer at the wrapping station on Friday, December 20th***


Please email Michelle Householder at with any questions or concerns.


Toy Drive Wish List:

Generic Legos

Dolls (please consider the diversity of ethnicity when purchasing dolls)

Craft/Jewelry Making Kits

Art Supplies

Drawing Notebook Sets



Wrestling or Superhero Toys

Play-Doh Sets

Hot Wheel Tracks

Magnet Building Toys

Science Kits

Remote Control Cars


A week of giving! Rebels for a PAWS is a community service initiative that was created this year. We will be partnering with Pawsitive Restoration, an animal rescue group in the Denver Metro area to help foster animals in need. During the week of November 4th - 9th we will have a different drive each day. We will also have foster pet spotlights, adoptions stories and finally, on Saturday, November 9th we will have a hand-on community service event for the middle school kids.

Monday 11/4: XS /S Collars and Leashes

We will be collecting new collars (size extra small and small) as well as leashes. 

Tuesday 11/5: Toys & Kongs

We will be collecting new toys and Kongs of any size, shape, and variety.

Wednesday 11/6: Puppy Pads & Trash Bags

We will be collecting new puppy pads and trash bags. 

Thursday 11/7: Treats

We will be collecting treats, bully sticks, etc. 
Puppy Blanket

Friday 11/8: No-Sew Fleece Blankets

We are asking all the Rebels (K-8) to help us by making no-sew fleece blankets. Instructions for this are being sent home but you can also click here for a step-by-step tutorial. These blankets will stay with the foster pets and go home with them when they are adopted and taken to their forever homes. 
If you do make a blanket, please turn it into the front office by November 9th. 

Saturday 11/9: Family Community Service 

We have two events taking place on 11/9 to give back to our community!
KP-4th grade:
On Saturday 11/9 from 9-11 a.m. AALM KP-4th grader and their families are invited to help us kick off our first annual AALM Family Community Service Event. This will be a dog park cleanup event at Chatfield State Park. 
5th - 8th Grade:
On Saturday 11/9 from 8-10 a.m. AALM 5th-8th grader and their families are invited to help us kick off our first annual AALM Family Community Service Event. This year we will be at The Edwards Foundation for Rescued animals located right here in Parker, CO.

Veteran's Day Breakfast & Assembly

Monday, November 11, 2019
We will be having a breakfast and assembly honors all those who have served.