Ms. Wilson’s Physiology and Anatomy classes are learning about the importance of monitoring blood pressure. The students in this class had a productive lab class as they learned about using stethoscopes and Blood Pressure cuffs. Click here to read more.
The talented Lincoln students in Mrs. Phillips drawing and painting classes have created some great artwork that can be found throughout the Lincoln Main Campus. Click here to see some of the many pieces they have created this year.
The Senior Celebration Committee’s January Meeting is on Monday, January 7th, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the Lincoln Main Library. The meeting agenda can be found by clicking here.
The Lincoln Drama Department will present Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring on November 8, 9 and 10 at 7 p.m. in the Lincoln Auditorium. Cost is $6 for general admission tickets and $3 for Lincoln students who show their student activity tickets. The tickets will go on sale a half hour before each show time. For more information, including rehearsal photos and cast and crew lists, please click here.
On Friday, December 14th, students in the Lincoln High School Vocal Music Program completed a performance tour. Click here for more information and to see photos of the tour.
It is now time to order your 2012-2013 yearbook. The yearbooks are on sale for $50.00 on www.jostensyearbooks.com. Please visit that site to order your yearbook today. It is also time for seniors to get their senior photos done. Senior photos for the yearbook are due on Wednesday, December 12th. No late photos will be accepted, so please make sure you submit your photo one time. Read more.
Over the weekend, Lincoln Vocal Music students auditioned for the All-State Choir. Seven Lincoln students were selected. Junior Baritone Sam Sides, Senior Bass Alternate Ben Sides, Senior Tenors Kevin Johnson and Dan Schnathorst, Senior Sopranos Deborah Chaplin and Jessica Richter, and Senior Altos Josie Bowen and Allison Richter all were selected to participate in the 2012 All-State Choir. Congratulations!
Lincoln High School has received national certification for its Project Lead The Way (PLTW) program that has been offered since 2010. PLTW, a nonprofit organization and the nation’s leading provider of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education programs, allows students to apply what they are learning in math and science class to real-life engineering and technology projects. Read More.
More than twenty percussionists from Lincoln High School attended the Central Iowa Drumline Clinic at Ankeny High School Tuesday evening on October 24th. Five additional high schools performed for the annual event, including: Bondurant-Farrar, Marshalltown, Waukee, Dowling, and Ankeny. Click the photo to read more.
Des Moines Lincoln High School’s Knowledge Bowl Team qualified for the finals this week. The finals will be held at Merle Hay Mall on Thursday, November 1st, with competition beginning at 9 a.m. Click here to read more.