The Lincoln Ambassadors are doing a toy drive for children who are at Blank Children’s Hospital over the holidays. Student Ambassadors are going to deliver the toys, after we wrap them, on December 23rd. Any new (still in the original packaging) toys for infants through teens are welcome. Unfortunately we can’t take used toys or stuffed animals … Read more »
The Lincoln Football Program has many student athletes receiving awards for their participation this season. Students Asher Scaglione, Jordan Bryson and Jesse Evans made the All-District Football 1st Team. Sabonis Smith, Justin Jenkins and Ricky Best made the All-District Football 2nd Team. Tony Drayton, Tommy Nachtigal, Andre Flatt and Jake Goble were recognized as All-District … Read more »
32 Lincoln students earned recognition for their achievement in Advanced Placement courses. 20 students qualified as AP Scholars, meaning they received scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP exams. 5 students qualified as AP Scholars with Honor, meaning they received an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, … Read more »
One hundred and seventy-three students who take Advanced Placement classes at DMPS earned AP honors from the College Board, the second most ever recorded by the school district, including 32 who attend Lincoln High School. Click the headline to read more about this honor and download a list of recipients.
The Lincoln Drama Department’s fall play “Get Smart” has performances on Thursday, Friday and Saturday November 14th-16th. All performances are at 7:00 p.m. in the Lincoln Main Auditorium. Approximately 100 Lincoln students are involved, either onstage or backstage, in this production. Click
here for more information about the play and photos of the cast.