BriAnne Hern, Principal
BriAnne Hern is honored to be serving the Lincoln family and its amazing students. "I love our neighborhood school and am humbled by the passionate dedication of our staff," says Hern. She was formally the assistant principal at Madison Elementary School from 2012-2016, math teacher at South Junior High School from 2000-2012 and head coach for Tech's Track and Field Team for eight years in District 742.Hern's degrees are from the College of St. Benedict in elementary education and a master's degree and Principal License from St. Mary's University. Her philosophies are to focus on strengths to help all learners (children and staff) continue to grow, embrace multiculturalism, that education is the most powerful tool to change the world and to lead with the heart. She asks the question, "What would I want for my own children?"Some fun facts about Hern. She was a collegiate track and field and weightlifting athlete. She lives in the District with husband and four children, likes to read, enjoys traveling- specifically to her husband's family ranch in Alberta, Canada, and loves playing sports, cooking and having dance parties with her children.
Anthony Washington, Assistant Principal
Tony Washington comes from Prior Lake, MN with 19 years of education experience under his belt. Tony began his career as a sixth grade teacher in the Hopkins School District for 11 years. He started his administrative career at Oak Point Elementary/Eagle Heights Spanish Immersion in Eden Prairie, MN and continued his journey as the lead principal at Concord Elementary in Edina, MN.
Being an elementary administrator, Tony enjoys working with K-6 students. "It is an honor to be a leader at the start of our student's academic journey. My goal and leadership philosophy is to make sure that every child that walks in our doors is ready for the next level of their academic journey."
Tony, his wife, and three children all reside in Savage, MN. He enjoys playing golf, volleyball, and is an avid Chicago Bear fan! Tony also loves to travel, especially to visit his mother in Mississippi with his six brothers and sisters!