The Lincoln library is being utilized to its full potential as scores of classes are using its resources. Three laptop carts, a media room, and the computer lab all contribute to the extensive use of technology in the classroom. Click here to read more.
Congratulations to Jessica Richter, Allison Richter, and Sam Sides for making the Iowa All State Jazz Choir! Only 20 students are chosen state-wide for this choir. They will perform July 22nd as part of the Iowa Choral Director’s Summer Convention.
Lincoln’s Parent University will be on Wednesday, April 3rd from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. at Lincoln Main. This month’s topic will be Social Media. Parents will be shown and encouraged to create accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites that their students frequent. We hope to see you there!
Support our seniors by attending the CIML All Star Game on Saturday, March 30th. Two Lincoln students were selected to play in the All Star game, Ashley Methfessel and Connor Quijano. The game will be played at Valley High School. The CIML All Star Girls Game starts at 5:00 p.m. and the All Star Boys Game starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $8.00.
The 2013 Lincoln High School Prom will be on Saturday, April 27th from 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. at the Downtown Marriott. This year’s prom theme is “A Night in Paris” and tickets to the event are $35.00. More information about purchasing prom tickets will be available soon.
On Saturday, April 14th, Lincoln music students performed at the State Contest. Lincoln Vocal Music Students received 21 Division I ratings, 10 Division II ratings, and 3 Division III ratings. In addition, Lincoln students earned the “Best of Center” designation for all three vocal performance centers. Click here to read more.
The Lincoln High School Construction program teamed with the Iowa Labor Education and Training Fund (Lynn Pickard), Laborers Local 177 (Jack Comegys) and LECET (Dan Prymek) received a $10,000 grant from Prairie Meadows.
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Lincoln Senior Ross Nickey received a $2000.00 scholarship from the ACE Mentor Program. ACE is an after-school program where students work in teams while being mentored by architects, contractors and engineers. Ross also completed both the 3D Mechanical and 3D Architectural Design programs at Lincoln. Congrats Ross!
AP Biology students study genetics and predicting progeny characteristics through lab work involving growing Wisconsin Fast Plants. Click here for more pictures and information about this lab. Click here for more pictures and information about this lab.
The Academic Decathlon team represented Lincoln proudly at the state competition in Mt. Vernon. This was their 5th appearance at the state competition in the past 6 years! During the two day event, the team had to contend against twelve other teams in categories such as math, economics, language arts, art, and music. Click here for more information and photos from the event.