The annual senior banquet is rapidly approaching! This is a fun evening for all seniors. This event will be held in the commons on Wednesday, May 10, beginning at 6:00PM (doors open at 5:30). This event is for senior students only who meet the extra curricular activities policy of less than 15 periods of unexcused … Read more »
This year, Lincoln’s school resource officer, Officer Deb VanVelzen and the Des Moines Police Department partnered with Lincoln to help some deserving students attend prom. The DMPD provided 10 free prom tickets to students so they could attend the event. Thank you DMPD!
The Lincoln High School Theater, Vocal, and Instrumental Music departments combine efforts to present Disney’s High School Musical On Stage. Performances will begin at 7:00PM April 27, 28, and 29. Cost for admission is $10 for adults, $5 for students K-12 and seniors, and free for students with a Lincoln Activities Pass. For questions please … Read more »
Yearbooks for this school year are now on sale through May 8. All orders must be made online. We do not order extras for later. Yearbooks are distributed in August in order to include pictures from Prom, Graduation, and spring/ summer sports. To order your yearbook, go to www.yearbookordercenter.com Our school code is 3735. If … Read more »
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.
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.