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Welcome to Ft. Lincoln Elementary School
2007 8th Ave SE
Ph: 751-6504
Fax: 751-6679

Fort Lincoln School Hours
8:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Office Hours
8:00-4:00

Student Supervision Hours
Before School
no earlier than 8:00 am
After School
no later than 3:45 pm

Fort Lincoln First Day of School!
Fort Lincoln First Day of School!
Ft. Lincoln Elementary took time on #mandanfirstday to do an all-school Pledge of Allegiance.

Welcome Back to all our Fort Lincoln School Families!
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Counselor's Office
Mandan Elementary Counselor's Office
Mandan Counseling Program Mission Statement

The mission of the Mandan Public School Counseling Program is to promote the development of productive and responsible citizens by ensuring the academic, career, and personal/social growth of all students. In partnership with parents and school personnel, the counseling program provides programs and services to enhance the educational process of all students.
What does an elementary school counselor do?

Counselors provide a variety of services to students and schools. Large group guidance lessons are provided in the classroom regularly. Topics include friendship skills, bullying, handling conflict, anger management, stress management, goal-setting, academic success, and career education.

We also provide short-term individual counseling to students. Occasionally our students need assistance with certain developmental challenges. We might see students if they are experiencing trouble making friends, grief or loss of a loved one, a divorce or separation in the family, moving, or a variety of other issues.

Depending on the school and the need, small group counseling sessions may be available to provide students with help and support with peers. Group topics might include friendship skills, anger management, changing families, study skills, or self-esteem.

Counselors are available for consultation with parents and teachers regarding a student’s social, emotional, academic or behavioral concerns. We are also happy to refer to community agencies and services for extra help and support.

Please contact your school counselor with specific questions about services offered or with any concerns about your child.

- Mandan Elementary Counselors
Mission and Vision
The Mission of Mandan Public Schools is to provide students with rigorous and personalized learning experiences and to help them develop the social and emotional skills to become productive citizens.

The Vision of the Mandan Public Schools is that every student will graduate Choice Ready; ready for college, career, and life.

Slogan: Where the Best Begin!

We Believe:

• All students are entitled equal access to a free and appropriate public education.
• Schools should promote scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
• Schools should provide students with a quality core curriculum, along with opportunities to pursue interests in the arts, career and technical education, and physical education.
• Schools should equip students with communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity skills.
• Schools should provide a system of support services that will allow all students to succeed.
• Schools should provide students with a safe, caring, and respectful learning environment.
• Schools should inspire students to succeed.
• Parents and the whole community are partners helping schools to achieve the mission and vision of the District.
Parents Right to Know
Federal law allows parents the right to request information on the professional qualifications of the teachers and paraprofessionals in the school. Parents may request a detailed explanation of the licensing, education, and experience of each of our teachers. Parents may request teacher or paraprofessional qualifications information under the Parents Right to Know provisions by contacting the Human Resources Department of the Mandan Public Schools at 701-751-6500

If at any time during the school year a child is taught for four or more consecutive weeks by a teacher who does not meet applicable state licensure requirements at the grade level and subject area in which the teacher has been assigned, parents must be notified by the school in a timely manner.
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