Lincoln High came together Friday to pay tribute to Antonio Sanchez-Peck, a 16-year old sophomore who died after being struck by a vehicle while crossing SW 9th Street. Classmates, family friends and neighbors held a candlelight vigil. Many people wore blue, Antonio’s favorite color, or brought blue balloons and flowers. Principal Williamson notified families of the tragic accident and urged everyone to “please take care of one another.” Click the photo to see more of the vigil.
Before our incoming seniors can begin school in the fall, they must meet a new mandatory state vaccination requirement. Students without proof of vaccination or an exemption will not be allowed to attend classes. Currently, 58% of Lincoln juniors do not have this vaccination. Click on the headline to read more about what is needed, and where students can find assistance meeting this requirement.
Congratulations to Lincoln’s Infinity Show Choir for their amazing performance this past weekend at Emmetsburg’s competition to end their season. Infinity competed in two classes: 4A and Overall. Infinity won third place in class 4A, narrowly beating Southeast Polk but coming under Ankeny and Valley. Infinity won third runner-up in the Overall competition. Lincoln’s Infinity … Read more »
Lincoln High and Roosevelt High combine forces to field a hockey team that competes in the Metro High School Hockey League. This year the Lincoln/ Roosevelt team won the league tournament! Pictured are two Lincoln students, Connor Kane & Noah Christiansen. CONGRATS!
On February 23 Lincoln High School hosted an “Honors Breakfast” for hundreds of students on both campuses. Students who participated received all A’s and B’s on their semester report card or have shown remarkable progress as identified by teacher. Lincoln High School student are “On A Roll!”
Honest Abe (impersonated by George Buss) greeted students with words of encouragement and reminded them to be proud of their high school during a visit this afternoon. Abe and Lincoln High School students celebrated Lincoln’s 208th birthday with cupcakes, hats, and #SelfiesWithAbe. Click on the headline to enjoy some fun photos on the district Flickr page.