Daily Announcements

May 24, 2019

Do you want to make a difference at Lincoln and earn Silver Cord hours? Want to help incoming freshman students transition to high school? Apply for LINK Crew! Applications are available in the main office and are due today, May 24th by the end of the day.

Want to see your favorite teacher get pied in the face? Pennies for patients is currently accepting donations for the leukemia lymphoma society. Come donate during lunch, every 50 cents as one vote towards pieing your favorite teacher!

Attention all students who are signed up for AP Lit and Comp next year, please stop by room 3150, Mrs. Bowser’s room before the end of the year.

The boys soccer team takes on Ankeny tomorrow night at 7:30. Winner goes to State. No big deal. Weather permitting the game will be held at Cownie Soccer Complex. If it’s too wet out, the game will be moved to East High School stadium. Stay tuned on Twitter.

 

May 22, 2019

The boys soccer team opens up its playoff run today vs. North at 5pm at Cownie Soccer Complex. The boys finished the regular season 12-3 and have home field advantage through sub state. Get out to Cownie today, get some sun, and get wild.

Juniors and sophomores–interested in being part of the Leadership Student Council next year? Want to be involved in over 22 events including all dances, pep assemblies, charity and community events? Apply for a spot in leadership class. Pick up an application in the journalism room, 2280 today because it is due today. Late applications are not accepted.

Juniors–are you interested in serving on Senior Board next year? Be in charge of senior banquet and prom in addition to all other events? Do you want to be senior class president? You must be a member of senior board to run for this position. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 and pick up an application–because it is due today. Late applications are not accepted.

Want to see your favorite teacher get pied in the face? Pennies for patients is currently accepting donations for the leukemia lymphoma society. Come donate during lunch, every 50 cents as one vote towards pieing your favorite teacher!

Attention all boys interested in cross country this fall.  There will be a short informational meeting in Coach Hohl’s room, room 100 located right down the stairs from student services, right after school on Wednesday.  Be sure to be there.

Attention all students who are signed up for AP Lit and Comp next year, please stop by room 3150, Mrs. Bowser’s room before the end of the year.

Best Buddies Lincoln will be having their final chapter meeting and celebration of the year on Thursday, May 23rd @ 3:30 pm in room 3160 (Mr. Kalina’s room) . All members and prospective members can come! We will celebrate the seniors this year and introduce new officers for next year. It’s sure to be a good time. The Revolution is Inclusion!

 

May 21, 2019

Juniors and sophomores–interested in being part of the Leadership Student Council next year? Want to be involved in over 22 events including all dances, pep assemblies, charity and community events? Apply for a spot in leadership class. Pick up an application in the journalism room, 2280 today because it is due today. Late applications are not accepted.

Juniors–are you interested in serving on Senior Board next year? Be in charge of senior banquet and prom in addition to all other events? Do you want to be senior class president? You must be a member of senior board to run for this position. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 and pick up an application–because it is due today. Late applications are not accepted.

Attention seniors who took Mr. Dow’s class…the time has come today!  Your senior letters are ready for pick up!  Just stop by room #3380 before or after school to find your personal time capsule.  Again, stop by Mr. Dow’s room to find your senior letter today

Want to see your favorite teacher get pied in the face? Pennies for patients is currently accepting donations for the leukemia lymphoma society. Come donate during lunch, every 50 cents as one vote towards pieing your favorite teacher!

Attention all boys interested in cross country this fall.  There will be a short informational meeting in Coach Hohl’s room, room 100 located right down the stairs from student services, right after school on Wednesday.  Be sure to be there.

Will the following students please come to the main office- Owen Yoder, Jeffery Harbour, Muhammad Mamor.

Attention all students who are signed up for AP Lit and Comp next year, please stop by room 3150, Mrs. Bowser’s room before the end of the year.

 

May 20, 2019

This past weekend the boys track team had 3 participants compete in 4 events at the state track meet.  Senior John Harris finished 24th in the 400 meter low hurdles, junior Brandon Canny was 24th in the long jump and junior Andrew Klein was 16th in the 3200 meter run and 23rd in the 1600 meter run.  Great season guys.

Attention seniors who took Mr. Dow’s class…the time has come today!  Your senior letters are ready for pick up!  Just stop by room #3380 before or after school to find your personal time capsule.  Again, stop by Mr. Dow’s room to find your senior letter today

Want to see your favorite teacher get pied in the face? Pennies for patients is currently accepting donations for the leukemia lymphoma society. Come donate during lunch, every 50 cents as one vote towards pieing your favorite teacher!

Juniors and sophomores–interested in being part of the Leadership Student Council next year? Want to be involved in over 22 events including all dances, pep assemblies, charity and community events? Learn to manage time lines, plan marketing campaigns, design effective social media ads, brand up a product? Then apply for a spot in leadership class. Pick up an application in the journalism room, 2280 today. Applications and signature forms are due May 21st–tomorrow! Late applications are not accepted.

Juniors–are you interested in serving on Senior Board next year? Be in charge of senior banquet and prom in addition to all other events? Do you want to be senior class president? You must be a member of senior board to run for this position. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 and pick up an application. Return your application and signature forms by May 21st–that is tomorrow. Don’t miss the deadline–late applications are not accepted.

Attention all boys interested in cross country this fall.  There will be a short informational meeting in Coach Hohl’s room, room 100 located right down the stairs from student services, right after school on Wednesday.  Be sure to be there.

May 16, 2019

Attention 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students: Tomorrow is the last day to turn in late assignments unless you make other arrangements with your teachers.

Officer Deb is looking or 5 students to run with her in the 5th annual Run with the Police 5k fun run May 18th at 9am. Registration will be paid for by Officer Deb and you will get a t-shirt. The race is a fundraising opportunity of the Easter Seals of Iowa. For more information or to sign up, see Officer Deb or Nigel Wardlaw.

Due to AP testing the library will be closed May 6th through the 17th. If you have any questions please see Katie Mattiussi in the main office.

Juniors and sophomores–interested in being part of the Leadership Student Council next year? Want to be involved in over 22 events including all dances, pep assemblies, charity and community events? Learn to manage time lines, plan marketing campaigns, design effective social media ads, brand up a product? Then apply for a spot in leadership class. Pick up an application in the journalism room, 2280 today. Applications and signature forms are due May 21st. Late applications are not accepted.

Juniors–are you interested in serving on Senior Board next year? Be in charge of senior banquet and prom in addition to all other events? Do you want to be senior class president? You must be a member of senior board to run for this position. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 and pick up an application. Return your application and signature forms by May 21st. Don’t miss the deadline–late applications are not accepted.

Attention seniors who took Mr. Dow’s class…the time has come today!  Your senior letters are ready for pick up!  Just stop by room #3380 before or after school to find your personal time capsule.  Again, stop by Mr. Dow’s room to find your senior letter today!

May 14, 2019

Attention 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students: This Friday is the last day to turn in late assignments unless you make other arrangements with your teachers.

Officer Deb is looking or 5 students to run with her in the 5th annual Run with the Police 5k fun run May 18th at 9am. Registration will be paid for by Officer Deb and you will get a t-shirt. The race is a fundraising opportunity of the Easter Seals of Iowa. For more information or to sign up, see Officer Deb or Nigel Wardlaw.

Due to AP testing the library will be closed May 6th through the 17th. If you have any questions please see Katie Mattiussi in the main office.

Prom pictures are available for pick up in student services.

Come see some amazing students perform in Lincoln’s Spring Show tonight at 7:00 PM! Show Choir, Jazz Choir, and several solo performances will perform in the Lincoln Auditorium. Student tickets are $2 – see you tonight at 7:00 PM!

 

May 13, 2019

Attention 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students: This Friday is the last day to turn in late assignments unless you make other arrangements with your teachers.

Officer Deb is looking or 5 students to run with her in the 5th annual Run with the Police 5k fun run May 18th at 9am. Registration will be paid for by Officer Deb and you will get a t-shirt. The race is a fundraising opportunity of the Easter Seals of Iowa. For more information or to sign up, see Officer Deb or Nigel Wardlaw.

Due to AP testing the library will be closed May 6th through the 17th. If you have any questions please see Katie Mattiussi in the main office.

Prom pictures are available for pick up in student services.

On Friday the boys track team traveled to Fort Dodge to compete in its District track meet.  The team qualified 4 events for this week’s state track & field meet.  The qualifiers were Brandon Canny in the long jump, John Harris in the 400 meter low hurdles and Andrew Klein in the 1600 and 3200 meter runs.  Good luck at state guys!

The Lincoln Track and Field Ladies competed at their District Meet in Fort Dodge on Friday. Brooke Maxwell and Kelly Klinge punched both their tickets to the Iowa Girl’s State Track and Field Meet this week by winning the 400 meter dash and Discus. Both girls ran and threw a new career’s best time and distance during the process of winning their event. Erika Canada placed 5th in the 100 meter dash. All while running a new career best time and qualifying for the State Meet too. Our Sprint Medley Relay Team of Morgan Lohrman, Erika Canada, Gracilove Littlejohn and Brooke Maxwell also placed 5th with a season’s best time in this event. This new season’s best time qualified them to compete at the State Meet as well. Jalyiah Miller was able to put together a 4th place finish at the District Meet that also awarded her an opportunity to compete this weekend at State. Our 4×100 Meter Relay Team earned a 5th place medal but came up just short of qualifying. Great work ladies! Good luck this week and weekend as you prepare and compete!

 

 

May 9, 2019

Officer Deb is looking or 5 students to run with her in the 5th annual Run with the Police 5k fun run May 18th at 9am. Registration will be paid for by Officer Deb and you will get a t-shirt. The race is a fundraising opportunity of the Easter Seals of Iowa. For more information or to sign up, see Officer Deb or Nigel Wardlaw.

Due to AP testing the library will be closed May 6th through the 17th. If you have any questions please see Katie Mattiussi in the main office.

Are you interested in being a part of Lincoln’s award winning Show Choir? Or part of our top group: Chamber Choir? Auditions for these groups are today and tomorrow, beginning at 4:00 PM in the choir room. Pick one of the days to come for a chance for a spot in Show Choir, Chamber Choir, Jazz Choir, or Select Treble Choir. There are so many opportunities for students; auditions are fun, so bring a friend! If you have any questions, please stop by the choir room and see Mr. White. See you today or tomorrow!

Color My World is back. You can help brighten the day for pediatric patients at Blank Children’s Hospital by donating new crayons, markers and coloring books during lunch in the commons. Help brighten a child’s life. StuCo will be in the commons, look for the giant crayon and drop off your donation. It’s easy–stop by the Dollar Store and pick-up an item or two and participate in Color My World. Let’s reach out Lincoln!

Prom pictures are available for pick up in student services.

May 8, 2019

Are you interested in being a part of Lincoln’s award winning Show Choir? Or part of our top group: Chamber Choir? Auditions for these groups will be on Thursday and Friday, May 9th and 10th, beginning at 4:00 PM in the choir room. There are so many opportunities for students; auditions are fun, so bring a friend! If you have any questions, please stop by the choir room and see Mr. White.

Officer Deb is looking or 5 students to run with her in the 5th annual Run with the Police 5k fun run May 18th at 9am. Registration will be paid for by Officer Deb and you will get a t-shirt. The race is a fundraising opportunity of the Easter Seals of Iowa. For more information or to sign up, see Officer Deb or Nigel Wardlaw.

Due to AP testing the library will be closed May 6th through the 17th. If you have any questions please see Katie Mattiussi in the main office.

Color My World is back. You can help brighten the day for pediatric patients at Blank Children’s Hospital by donating new crayons, markers and coloring books during lunch in the commons. Help brighten a child’s life. StuCo will be in the commons, look for the giant crayon and drop off your donation. It’s easy–stop by the Dollar Store and pick-up an item or two and participate in Color My World. Let’s reach out Lincoln!

Prom pictures are available for pick up in student services.

 

May 7, 2019

Auditions for next year’s color guard will be held on TODAY, May 7th from 5:00-6:30 p.m. Auditions will be held in the Lincoln Roundhouse. Come out and join a great organization!! Auditions are open to everyone!! No prior experience needed!

(read May 3 – 9). Are you interested in being a part of Lincoln’s award winning Show Choir? Or part of our top group: Chamber Choir? Auditions for these groups will be on Thursday and Friday, May 9th and 10th, beginning at 4:00 PM in the choir room. There are so many opportunities for students; auditions are fun, so bring a friend! If you have any questions, please stop by the choir room and see Mr. White.

Officer Deb is looking or 5 students to run with her in the 5th annual Run with the Police 5k fun run May 18th at 9am. Registration will be paid for by Officer Deb and you will get a t-shirt. The race is a fundraising opportunity of the Easter Seals of Iowa. For more information or to sign up, see Officer Deb or Nigel Wardlaw.

Due to AP testing the library will be closed May 6th through the 17th. If you have any questions please see Katie Mattiussi in the main office.

 

Roses are red

Violets are  blue

Roses are good

Carnations are too”

Best Buddies will be having their annual “Spring Flowers for Someone Special” event Monday and Tuesday in the commons during both lunches.  Get your flowers for your best buddy, significant other, or even your mother.  Carnations are a dollar.  Roses are three dollars.  Come support your local chapter.  Proceeds go to the Best Buddies Lincoln Chapter.

This past Thursday the Girl’s Track and Field travel to Ottumwa to compete in the CIML Conference Track team. Although the team came up a little short of their goal as a team, they had many successful placements in events over the course of the meet. They had 11 events place in the top 6 while reaching champion status in on of those events.

 

Erika Canada placed third in the 100 meter dash and fifth in the 200 meter dash. Jalyiah Miller finished sixth in the 100 meter dash, sixth place in the Long Jump second place in the High Jump. She just barely missed out on placing first. Gracilove Littlejohn placed sixth in the 200 meter dash. Tying her career best time. Mya Winters placed third in the 400 meter dash and sixth in the 800 meter run. Her teammate, Brooke Maxwell, finished right behind her in the 400 meter dash. Brooke finished ahead of Mya in the 800 meter dash placing fourth overall. She was just behind a third place finish. Stephanie Jaimes came up big for the team placing sixth in the 1500 meter run. Anastasia Toben placed sixth in the Shot Put. Her teammate, Kelly Klinge, finished right behind her. Just missing the top 6. This must have motivated Kelly. Kelly attacked the Discus event with so much focus and determination she ended up throwing one of her season’s best distances and taking the Crown of Conference Champion in this event by 4 feet. Congratulations, Kelly and to the rest of the Lincoln Track Ladies for a good conference meet. Good luck Thursday in Fort Dodge as you look to qualify 5 events to state.”

Color My World is back. You can help brighten the day for pediatric patients at Blank Children’s Hospital by donating new crayons, markers and coloring books during lunch in the commons. Help brighten a child’s life. StuCo will be in the commons, look for the giant crayon and drop off your donation. It’s easy–stop by the Dollar Store and pick-up an item or two and participate in Color My World. Let’s reach out Lincoln!

May 8, 2019

Auditions for next year’s color guard will be held on TODAY, May 7th from 5:00-6:30 p.m. Auditions will be held in the Lincoln Roundhouse. Come out and join a great organization!! Auditions are open to everyone!! No prior experience needed!

(read May 3 – 9). Are you interested in being a part of Lincoln’s award winning Show Choir? Or part of our top group: Chamber Choir? Auditions for these groups will be on Thursday and Friday, May 9th and 10th, beginning at 4:00 PM in the choir room. There are so many opportunities for students; auditions are fun, so bring a friend! If you have any questions, please stop by the choir room and see Mr. White.

Officer Deb is looking or 5 students to run with her in the 5th annual Run with the Police 5k fun run May 18th at 9am. Registration will be paid for by Officer Deb and you will get a t-shirt. The race is a fundraising opportunity of the Easter Seals of Iowa. For more information or to sign up, see Officer Deb or Nigel Wardlaw.

Due to AP testing the library will be closed May 6th through the 17th. If you have any questions please see Katie Mattiussi in the main office.

 

Roses are red

Violets are  blue

Roses are good

Carnations are too”

Best Buddies will be having their annual “Spring Flowers for Someone Special” event Monday and Tuesday in the commons during both lunches.  Get your flowers for your best buddy, significant other, or even your mother.  Carnations are a dollar.  Roses are three dollars.  Come support your local chapter.  Proceeds go to the Best Buddies Lincoln Chapter.

May 1, 2019

It’s Our Last Time Together–seniors–tonight is your senior banquet. Please have your ticket and ID to enter–if you lost your ticket, we will check your ID to our excel document. Doors open at 5:30 and dinner is served at 6 o’clock. Don’t be late. Please dress appropriately in business attire–this is a fancy event. Get ready for a fun evening with speeches by Jharna Adhikari and Connie Manzano, senior poll awards and the fabulous senior slide show. See you in the commons. Doors open at 5:30 and dinner is served at 6 o’clock.

Do you want to be a part of the Lincoln Marching Band but don’t play an instrument?

Do you want to travel with the marching band on a lot of great out of town trips?

No problem.

Join the Lincoln color guard. No experience necessary!!

Color guard clinics will be held this Thursday and Friday May 2nd  and 3rd  from 5:00-6:30 p.m.

Clinics will be held at the Lincoln Rails Academy gym located at 1000 Porter ave.

During these clinics you will learn how to spin the flag and the audition routines.

Auditions for next year’s color guard will be held on Tuesday, May 7th from 5:00-6:30 p.m.

Auditions will be held in the Lincoln Roundhouse.

Come out and join a great organization!!

Auditions are open to everyone!!

April 30, 2019

Lincoln Girls Tennis BEAT Roosevelt in our meet last night!!!!!!!!!!

Aubrie Robel and Emelia Gonzalez won their singles matches and theses amazing duos won their doubles matches:

Aubrie Robel and Lindsey Dueling, Emelia Gonzalez and Kristina Toben, Mandy Chau and Lillian Earles which tied up the meet. Grace Twelmeyer and Camila Murillo won their doubles match in a third set 10 point tie breaker winning the meet for LINCOLN!

 

Attention Seniors: All Silver Cord Hours are due tomorrow, May 1st. Please turn in your forms to the main office before that time to earn the silver cord at graduation. Hours submitted after May 1st will not be considered for seniors.

April 29, 2019

Seniors!  Today is the last day to buy your banquet ticket!Don’t miss out on your fabulous Senior Banquet, this Wednesday, May 1st., doors open at 5:30 and dinner is served at 6:00. Again–today is the last day to buy your ticket. Find us in the commons, before school and during both lunches. You must be eligible with less than 14 demerits. Tickets are 20 dollars. This is a classy event, so dress in business attire. Speeches, great food, all your friends, Senior Poll awards and the senior slide show. Don’t miss out. Senior Banquet, Our Last Time Together.

The Girls Tennis Team had 9 out of 11 matches go to third set tie breakers in Friday night’s meet against North Polk!

Anna Egkhounmuong and Aubrie Robel both won their singles matches and

Sara Jones and Kristina Toben won their doubles match.

Today, we take on Roosevelt at the Lincoln courts.  Come out and support the Girls Tennis Team!

Your boys soccer team, ranked 13th in the state, defeated #16 Hoover at Hoover Friday night. Nils Doelle dominated and scored the game winner. The boys take on Ft. Dodge today at 4:45 at Cownie and Ottumwa tomorrow night at 7:30 at Cownie.

April 25, 2019

Attention Seniors: All Silver Cord Hours are due next Wednesday, May 1st. Please turn in your forms to the main office before that time to earn the silver cord at graduation. Hours submitted after May 1st will not be considered for seniors.

Can you put this in the morning announcements: “Best Buddies Lincoln will be having a meeting after school today @ 3:30 in room 3160 (Mr. Kalina’s room). All members, officers and prospective members are encouraged to attend”

Seniors!  You have 3 days left to buy your banquet ticket!Don’t miss out on your fabulous Senior Banquet, May 1st., doors open at 5:30 and dinner is served at 6:00. TAgain–you have 4 days to buy your ticket. Find us in the commons, before school and during both lunches. You must be eligible with less than 14 demerits. Tickets are 20 dollars. This is a classy event, so dress in business attire. Speeches, great food, vocal music, all your friends, Senior Poll awards and the senior slide show. Don’t miss out. Senior Banquet, Our Last Time Together.

It’s Earth Day all week. Respect our planet–respect yourself. Our parking lot is full of garbage at the end of the day. Apparently, tossing one’s garbage out a car window is ok? Who does that? Seriously–Earth Week is about intentionally thinking about how we interact with our home. Just stop and think–reduce, reuse and refill–and if you are one of those people who throw garbage out in the parking lot. Just stop. Taking care of the earth is the one thing we all have in common.

Students interested in Summer School need to stop by the Counseling office to pick up sign up sheets. Summer school will be on a first come first serve basis.

April 23, 2019

The Girls Lincoln Tennis Team beat Hoover 11-0 in last night’s match!!

Congratulations to Natalie Gonzalez, Anna Egkhounmuong, Camila Murillo, Aubrie Robel, Emelia Gonzalez, Grace Twelmeyer, Lindsey Dueling, Kristina Toben, Sara Jones, and Mandy Chau for their wins! Wish them luck in tonight’s match against Johnston!

Last night the boys track team competed at North High School in the Clyde Duncan Relays.  The team was led by 1st place finishes from Corey Thacker in the Shot Put, Nate Cox in the Discus, Julian VanLo in the Long Jump, Brandon Canny in the 200 meter dash and Andrew Klein in the 3200 meter run.  The team will next compete next Thursday in Ottumwa at the Conference Championships.

The girl’s track team competed in Van Meter yesterday for the Winterset Invitational. They finished with 9 events in the top 8 for Varsity and 2 out of 3 events in the top 2 for Junior Varsity. For Varsity, Erika Canada finished first in the 100 and 200 meter dashes. Jalyiah Miller finished second in the 100 meter dash, third in the high jump and fourth in the long jump with a new career best jump. Mya Winters finished second in the 400 meter dash. Rachelle Gibbs finished sixth in the 400 meter dash with a career best time. Gracilove Littlejohn finished second in the 200 meter dash. Kelly Klinge placed first in the Discus with teammate, Taylor Klinge, placing close behind her in third. Kelly also placed fourth in the Shot Put. Anastasia Toben placed eighth in the same event. Brandie Paye placed third with a new career best jump. The Distance Medley team of Brandie Paye, Gracilove Littlejohn, Salome Alcaraz-Sanchez and Brooke Maxwell placed first overall. The 4×400 relay team of Mya Winters, Lilly Whiteside, Brooke Maxwell and Salome Alcaraz-Sanchez placed second overall. For Junior Varsity, the Sprint Medley team of Diamonique Hargrove, Rachelle Gibbs, Katelynn Vasey and Celia Emunah placed second overall. The 4×100 relay team of Lily Christenson, Morgan Lohrman, Diamonique Hargrove and Sayli Simms took first place by 3 full seconds. Running their season’s best time. Great work ladies!! Keep it up!

This is Earth Week–the responsibility to take care of our planet is something we all have in common. Yesterday, we asked you to think about not using plastic straws because It takes up to 200 years for a plastic straw to decompose and they cannot be recycled. Today, think about buying and using a refillable container for your beverages. 80% of plastic water bottles end up in land fills. It takes over 1000 years for every single bottle to  decompose! Switch to a sustainable container–take care of your home–our home. Happy Earth Week!

Senios! Don’t miss out on your fabulous Senior Banquet, May 1st., doors open at 5:30 and dinner is served at 6:00. This is the last week to buy your ticket. Find us in the commons, before school and during both lunches. You must be eligible with less than 14 demerits. Tickets are 20 dollars. This is a classy event, so dress in business attire. Speeches, great food, vocal music, all your friends, Senior Poll awards and the senior slide show. Don’t miss out. Senior Banquet, Our Last Time Together.

It’s Ruckerball Memorial 4v4 Basketball Tournament time this Wednesday in the Roundhouse, right after school. Come watch some fast and fun basketball, concession stand will be open and it is free! 9 teams are competing. Bring your friends and have a great time.

April 19, 2019

All of the girls tennis players did a great job against Ottumwa last night. Aubrie Robel and Lindsey Dueling won 7-6, 6-3; Grace Twelmeyer and Kristina Toben won 7-6, 6-3; and Sara Jones and Mandy Chau won 6-1, 6-1.

Lincoln Girls Tennis: Bringing out the best in each other!

Last night the boys track team competed in Urbandale and was led by a 2nd place finish from John Harris in the 400 meter hurdles and 3rd place finishes by Brandon Canny in the 200 meter dash and Long Jump.  Alex King took 1st place honors in the JV shot put and Cayden Storm won the JV Long Jump.  Personal bests were ran by Keylan Irvin in the 3200 meter run, Andrew Klein and Dylan Veigulis in the 1600 meter run and Josh Jenkins in the 100 meter dash.

Last night the boys soccer team defeated #12 Dowling 2-1. Chidy Anukam scored the big goal of the game, a huge header off a cross from Alexis Argueta. The crowd was off the chain and we love your support. Let’s keep it rollin’ next Tuesday as we take on East!

The last day to buy your senior banquet ticket is fast approaching. Tickets are on sale before school and during both lunches. Don’t miss this tradition–Senior Banquet includes a sit down dinner, speeches, vocal performance, Senior Poll awards and an amazing senior slide show. Senior Banquet, Our Last Time Together is for seniors only. You must be eligible with less than 14 demerits to purchase your ticket. Last day to purchase a ticket is April 29. Tickets are twenty dollars. Dress is smart business.

Want something fun to do right after school next Wednesday? Head to the Roundhouse for the Ruckerball Memorial Tournament! Free admission! Bring your friends! There will be concessions, music and lots of fast 4v4 basketball and fun! Next Wednesday, right after school! Don’t miss it!

Mark your calendars! Lincoln Theatre Arts presents HONK! the musical tale of the Ugly Duckling. This fun musical bout acceptance and understanding will have you laughing, sobbing and dancing! You only have two days left to see this amazing musical. Both show times are 7pm tonight and tomorrow. Adults are $8 and students are $5. Spread the word and lets fill the auditorium and support LHS Theatre!

April 18, 2019

Lincoln Girls Tennis had some great wins in our match against East.  Grace Twelmeyer won her singles match 6-4, 6-3 and Emilia Gonzalez won her match in a 3rd set tie breaker!

These amazing duos won their doubles matches:

Aubrie Robel and Lindsey Dueling (6-4, 6-1),

Grace Twelmeyer and Kristina Toben (6-1, 6-0),

and Many Chau and Sara Jones (6-4, 6-3).

The Girls Tennis team takes on Ottumwa today and Indianola tomorrow. Wish them luck!!

Get your ballot in the journalism room, 2280, fill it out and return it by today –same place–the journalism room, 2280. Who will be the next president? Who has a best smile? Find out by attending Senior Banquet on May first. It’s you last time together. Enjoy a sit down dinner and a fantastic program with speeches, vocal performance, senior poll awards and the fabulous senior slide show. Tickets for senior banquet go back on sale tomorrow, before school and during both lunches for twenty dollars. You must be eligible–less than 15 demerits and all fees paid. Don’t miss this memory–senior banquet–Our last Time Together on May first.

Earth Day is next Monday–want to know how you can take care of our planet? Watch the hallway from the commons–StuCo will provide lots of information to celebrate Earth Day and take part in taking care of the earth.

Mark your calendars! Lincoln Theatre Arts presents HONK! the musical tale of the Ugly Duckling. This fun musical bout acceptance and understanding will have you laughing, sobbing and dancing! The show dates are today April 18th, 19th and 20th at 7 pm each night. Adults are $8 and students are $5. Spread the word and lets fill the auditorium and support LHS Theatre!

 

April 16, 2019

This past weekend, the Lincoln Track Ladies ran at the Blue Oval Relays that took place at Drake Stadium. They had four top 8 finishes. Jalyiah Miller placed 8th in the high jump, Gracilove Littlejohn placed 6th in the 200 meter dash crushing her personal record time and Erika Canada place 4th in the 200 meter dash and 3rd in the 100 meter dash. She too crushed her personal record times in both events. Great job ladies! Keep it up.

Seniors! Voting begins today for Senior Poll awards. Get your ballot in the journalism room, 2280, fill it out and return it by this Thursday–same place–the journalism room, 2280. Who will be the next president? Who has a best smile? Find out by attending Senior Banquet on May first. It’s you last time together. Enjoy a sit down dinner and a fantastic program with speeches, vocal performance, senior poll awards and the fabulous senior slide show. Tickets for senior banquet go back on sale tomorrow, before school and during both lunches for twenty dollars. You must be eligible–less than 15 demerits and all fees paid. Don’t miss this memory–senior banquet–Our last Time Together on May first.

Love to play basketball? Here’s your chance–the Ruckerball Memorial Tournament is April 24th, right after school. Put together a 4v4 team and choose a captain. Captains–pick up a roster form, collect five dollars per player and bring your roster and money to the journalism room, 2280 this Wednesday, end of day. Choose your t-shirt color when you turn in your roster and money.

Earth Day is next Monday–want to know how you can take care of our planet? Watch the hallway from the commons–StuCo will provide lots of information to celebrate Earth Day and take part in taking care of the earth.

Mark your calendars! Lincoln Theatre Arts presents HONK! the musical tale of the Ugly Duckling. This fun musical bout acceptance and understanding will have you laughing, sobbing and dancing! The show dates are April 18th, 19th and 20th at 7 pm each night. Adults are $8 and students are $5. Spread the word and lets fill the auditorium and support LHS Theatre!

Football meeting Wednesday, April 17th at 3:45 in the cafeteria. This is mandatory meeting for any student planning on playing football next year.

April 15, 2019

This past weekend, the Lincoln Track Ladies ran at the Blue Oval Relays that took place at Drake Stadium. They had four top 8 finishes. Jalyiah Miller placed 8th in the high jump, Gracilove Littlejohn placed 6th in the 200 meter dash crushing her personal record time and Erika Canada place 4th in the 200 meter dash and 3rd in the 100 meter dash. She too crushed her personal record times in both events. Great job ladies! Keep it up.

Lincoln Cheerleading tryouts are today, Monday April 15th, with clinics on April 16th and 18th. Please see Lincoln’s cheerleading Facebook or twitter for more details!

Seniors! Voting begins today for Senior Poll awards. Get your ballot in the journalism room, 2280, fill it out and return it by this Thursday–same place–the journalism room, 2280. Who will be the next president? Who has a best smile? Find out by attending Senior Banquet on May first. It’s you last time together. Enjoy a sit down dinner and a fantastic program with speeches, vocal performance, senior poll awards and the fabulous senior slide show. Tickets for senior banquet go back on sale tomorrow, before school and during both lunches for twenty dollars. You must be eligible–less than 15 demerits and all fees paid. Don’t miss this memory–senior banquet–Our last Time Together on May first.

Love to play basketball? Here’s your chance–the Ruckerball Memorial Tournament is April 24th, right after school. Put together a 4v4 team and choose a captain. Captains–pick up a roster form, collect five dollars per player and bring your roster and money to the journalism room, 2280 this Wednesday, end of day. Choose your t-shirt color when you turn in your roster and money.

Earth Day is next Monday–want to know how you can take care of our planet? Watch the hallway from the commons–StuCo will provide lots of information to celebrate Earth Day and take part in taking care of the earth.

Mark your calendars! Lincoln Theatre Arts presents HONK! the musical tale of the Ugly Duckling. This fun musical bout acceptance and understanding will have you laughing, sobbing and dancing! The show dates are April 18th, 19th and 20th at 7 pm each night. Adults are $8 and students are $5. Spread the word and lets fill the auditorium and support LHS Theatre!

Football meeting Wednesday, April 17th at 3:45 in the cafeteria. This is mandatory meeting for any student planning on playing football next year.

April 11, 2019

The National ACT test will be this Saturday at RAILS Academy. Test will start promptly at 8 a.m. Bring photo ID, printed out receipt from ACT, no. 2 pencils and ACT accepted calculators. A snack for break is also a good idea.

Lincoln Cheerleading tryouts will be held starting Monday April 15th, with clinics on April 16th and 18th. Please see Lincoln’s cheerleading Facebook or twitter for more details!

Put your 4 v 4 team together for our Ruckerball Memorial Basketball Tournament–send your captain to the journalism room, 2280 for a roster packet. It’s five dollars a player and t shirt colors are chosen when you turn in your packet. Packets due April 17th. The tournament is after school on Wednesday, April 24th.

April 10, 2019

Lincoln Cheerleading tryouts will be held starting Monday April 15th, with clinics on April 16th and 18th. Please see Lincoln’s cheerleading Facebook or twitter for more details!

Put your 4 v 4 team together for our Ruckerball Memorial Basketball Tournament–send your captain to the journalism room, 2280 for a roster packet. It’s five dollars a player and t shirt colors are chosen when you turn in your packet. Packets due April 17th. The tournament is after school on Wednesday, April 24th.

The National ACT test will be this Saturday at RAILS Academy. Test will start promptly at 8 a.m. Bring photo ID, printed out receipt from ACT, no. 2 pencils and ACT accepted calculators. A snack for break is also a good idea.

The girl’s track team competed at The Urbandale Invitational last night. They had three varsity events finish in the top 8. Erika Canada finished 3rd and 8th in the 200 meter dash and 100 meter hurdles. Both performances by Erika were her season’s best times. Jalyiah Miller finished 5th overall in the long jump. This too was her season’s best performance in that event. Brandie Paye in the long jump, Mya Winters in the 800 meter run and Alexis Dorsett in the 100 meter dash missed top 8 finishes by one place in their events. During the process, Mya and Alexis ran their career best times. The sprint medley junior varsity team of Katelynn Vasey, Celia Emunah, Salome Alcaraz-Sanchez and Stephanie Jaimes put together a third place finish in this event. They too accomplished a season’s best time in that event. Nice work Lincoln Ladies. Cannot wait to see what you all do Saturday!

April 9, 2019

Lincoln Cheerleading tryouts will be held starting Monday April 15th, with clinics on April 16th and 18th. Please see Lincoln’s cheerleading Facebook or twitter for more details!

Put your 4 v 4 team together for our Ruckerball Memorial Basketball Tournament–send your captain to the journalism room, 2280 for a roster packet. It’s five dollars a player and t shirt colors are chosen when you turn in your packet. Packets due April 17th. The tournament is after school on Wednesday, April 24th.

 

April 8, 2019

The Lincoln High School Mock Trial team competed at the State Tournament this weekend, where they made it to the State Finals and competed for the state championship. They lost the final round in a close, split decision and finished as the State Champion Runner-Up. This finish by the Lincoln team represents the highest finish for any Des Moines Public School team in many, many years. The team was made up of sophomores Enya Cid, Cole Flaherty, and Dorunbari Gift Fulbel, juniors Nathan Gordon, Spencer Johnson, and Piper Lansky, and seniors Jharna Adhikari, Quique Llopis Egea, Jared Poortinga, Mikayla Rodrigues, and Daunte Thompson. In addition to the 2nd place overall team finish, senior Mikayla Rodrigues earned an All-State Outstanding Witness Award for her performance.  Competitors Jharna Adhikari, Enya Cid, Cole Flaherty, Nathan Gordon, Spencer Johnson, and Jared Poortinga earned All-State Attorney Honorable Mention Awards. Cole Flaherty, Nathan Gordon, Piper Lansky, and Quique Llopis Egea earned All-State Witness Honorable Mention Awards. Congratulations to these students on their amazing performance at the state tournament!

Congratulations to all of the band students that participated in the State Solo/Ensemble at Dowling High School on Saturday. Out of 51 entries the band ended up with 20 Division One (Superior) ratings, 26 Division Two (Excellent) ratings and 5 Division Three (Good) ratings. Ryan Hyslope and Jacob Chaplin also received the “Best of Center” award in Center 6 for their trombone duet. Congratulations to all of the band students on their hard work!!!

The boys soccer team won both its games at the Ames Invitational on Saturday. Highlight of the day was Nils Doelle’s game-tying goal vs. Ames with two minutes left in regulation. The boys play at #2 Ankeny Centennial tomorrow night.

Lincoln Cheerleading tryouts will be held starting Monday April 15th, with clinics on April 16th and 18th. Please see Lincoln’s cheerleading Facebook or twitter for more details!

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week is next week and Lincoln students have been invited to attend an Iowa Cubs game to TAKE BACK THE NIGHT. This is an awareness event on Wednesday, April 10th to honor victims and there will be a moment of silence before the ICUBS game for victim and survivor awareness. Tickets will be free for students wishing to attend, you will earn silver cord hours by going to the game, and DMPS students attending will receive free pizza before the game- sign up with Heather in Student Services to reserve your spot!

Put your 4 v 4 team together for our Ruckerball Memorial Basketball Tournament–send your captain to the journalism room, 2280 for a roster packet. It’s five dollars a player and t shirt colors are chosen when you turn in your packet. Packets due April 17th. The tournament is after school on Wednesday, April 24th.

April 4, 2019

Seniors! This is actually full Prom Court! You will vote for your choice of King and Queen as you enter prom this Saturday night.

Boys:

Marcos Sandoval

Karon Allen

Keven Suarez-Garcia

Roderick Orellana-Lemus

Cristian Castro

Clayton Davis

Girls:

Kirstina Toben

Gaudi Zamora

Alana Astor

Ann Khanthaphengxay

Kiara Banks

Brandie Paye

We are rolling out the red carpet this Saturday night for your 2019 prom! Doors open at 8pm and prom is over at eleven.

ID and ticket required to enter. Get ready to have a fabulous time!

Put your 4 v 4 team together for our Ruckerball Memorial Basketball Tournament–send your captain to the journalism room, 2280 for a roster packet. It’s five dollars a player and t shirt colors are chosen when you turn in your packet. Packets due April 17th. The tournament is after school on Wednesday, April 24th.

The Lincoln Ladies had another night of growth on Tuesday at the Southeast Polk Invitational. Varsity had 7 events place in the top 8. Erika Canada placed second in the 100 meter dash, fourth in the 200 meter dash and sixth in the 100 meter hurdles. Mya Winters placed sixth in the 400 meter dash. Gracilove Littlejohn placed 7th in the 200 meter dash. The 4×100 relay team of Brandie Paye, Alexis Dorsett, Gracilove Littlejohn and Erika Canada placed 4th. Brandie Paye and Alexis Dorsett placed seventh and eighth in the Long Jump. The twin sisters, Taylor and Kelly Klinge, finished third and fifth in the Discus.

Junior Varsity had 4 events place in the top 8. The 800 Sprint Medley of Rachelle Gibbs, Miracle Syse, Lily Christenson and Salome Alcaraz Sanchez placed third.  The 4×800 relay of Sofia Torres, Ripley Berg, Hailey Neer and Theresa Wilkinson placed second. The 1600 Sprint Medley of Rachelle Gibbs, Miracle Syse, Salome Alcaraz Sanchez and Nirel Webb placed fifth. Sofia Torres also placed fifth in the 800 meter run. The Lincoln Ladies travel to I35 today for their next meet”.

ANY student interested in applying for round 2 at Central Campus the link is now open.  Only programs that still have openings will be listed.  AFTER you apply, you must go to your IC inbox and complete the survey.  If you DO NOT complete the survey you will not be considered for the program.  See your counselor if you have questions.

Lincoln Cheerleading tryouts will be held starting Monday April 15th, with clinics on April 16th and 18th. Please see Lincoln’s cheerleading Facebook or twitter for more details!

Thought about a career in the Trades?  Electricians, home-building, plumbing, etc. Any student interested in getting the opportunity to learn more about these type of careers see your counselor to sign up for the Trades Fair in April, located the Iowa State Fairgrounds.

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week is next week and Lincoln students have been invited to attend an Iowa Cubs game to TAKE BACK THE NIGHT. This is an awareness event on Wednesday, April 10th to honor victims and there will be a moment of silence before the ICUBS game for victim and survivor awareness. Tickets will be free for students wishing to attend, you will earn silver cord hours by going to the game, and DMPS students attending will receive free pizza before the game- sign up with Heather in Student Services to reserve your spot!

April 3, 2019

ANY student interested in applying for round 2 at Central Campus the link is now open.  Only programs that still have openings will be listed.  AFTER you apply, you must go to your IC inbox and complete the survey.  If you DO NOT complete the survey you will not be considered for the program.  See your counselor if you have questions.

Lincoln Cheerleading tryouts will be held starting Monday April 15th, with clinics on April 16th and 18th. Please see Lincoln’s cheerleading Facebook or twitter for more details!

Thought about a career in the Trades?  Electricians, home-building, plumbing, etc. Any student interested in getting the opportunity to learn more about these type of careers see your counselor to sign up for the Trades Fair in April, located the Iowa State Fairgrounds.

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week is next week and Lincoln students have been invited to attend an Iowa Cubs game to TAKE BACK THE NIGHT. This is an awareness event on Wednesday, April 10th to honor victims and there will be a moment of silence before the ICUBS game for victim and survivor awareness. Tickets will be free for students wishing to attend, you will earn silver cord hours by going to the game, and DMPS students attending will receive free pizza before the game- sign up with Heather in Student Services to reserve your spot!

Put your 4 v 4 team together for our Ruckerball Memorial Basketball Tournament–send your captain to the journalism room, 2280 for a roster packet. It’s five dollars a player and t shirt colors are chosen when you turn in your packet. Packets due April 17th. The tournament is after school on Wednesday, April 24th.

We are rolling out the red carpet this Saturday night for your 2019 prom! Doors open at 8pm and prom is over at eleven.

ID and ticket required to enter. Get ready to have a fabulous time!

Get ready seniors…here is your prom court: nominees for Prom King and Queen are:

Boys: Clayton Davis, Keven Suarez-Garcia, Roderick Orellana-Lemus and Cristian Castro.

Girls: Kristina Toben, Gaudi Zamora, Alana Astor and Ann Khanthaphengxay.

Seniors will vote as you enter prom!

April 2, 2019

Last night the boys track team ran to a 3rd place finish at East High School.  The team was led by 1st place finishes from Andrew Klein in the 16 and 3200 meter runs and Brandon Canny in the long jump.  Secon place finishes were had by Tyce Allen in the shot put, Nate Cox in the discus, Dylan Veigulis in the 1600 meter run and John Harris in the 400 meter low hurdles.  The team will travel to Marshalltown on Thursday.

Seniors! Today is your last day to purchase a prom ticket or package. Tickets have been available for purchase for one month and today is the last day to buy one. All fees must be paid and demerits must be served before you may purchase a ticket. You have had the past month to sort this out so today is the day. Tickets are on sale during both lunches in the commons today only.

Prom is this Saturday and we are rolling out the red carpet at the Historical Building. Doors open at 8 pm and prom ends at 11:00. Everyone needs an ID and a ticket to enter.

Seniors today is the last day to stop by our prom ticket table and nominate your favorite senior girl and guy for queen and king. The top 6 nominations will be voted for when you enter prom on April 6th.

Put your 4 v 4 team together for our Ruckerball Memorial Basketball Tournament–send your captain to the journalism room, 2280 for a roster packet. It’s five dollars a player and t shirt colors are chosen when you turn in your packet. Packets due April 17th. The tournament is after school on Wednesday, April 24th.

Students, Iowa Assessments, or ISASP, will be starting for 9th through 11th grade students at Lincoln on March 28th through April 19th. The tests include: Math, Reading, Language & Writing, and for sophomores, Science. You will take these tests in your core classes and for the first time ever, on laptops. Please know that you MUST turn in your cell phone to your teacher at the start of the block, but will have it returned to you by the end of the block. If you have any questions regarding ISASP, please see Ms. Kelly at Main or Mr. Hummel at RAILS.

ANY student interested in applying for round 2 at Central Campus the link is now open.  Only programs that still have openings will be listed.  AFTER you apply, you must go to your IC inbox and complete the survey.  If you DO NOT complete the survey you will not be considered for the program.  See your counselor if you have questions.

Thought about a career in the Trades?  Electricians, home-building, plumbing, etc. Any student interested in getting the opportunity to learn more about these type of careers see your counselor to sign up for the Trades Fair in April, located the Iowa State Fairgrounds.

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week is next week and Lincoln students have been invited to attend an Iowa Cubs game to TAKE BACK THE NIGHT. This is an awareness event on Wednesday, April 10th to honor victims and there will be a moment of silence before the ICUBS game for victim and survivor awareness. Tickets will be free for students wishing to attend, you will earn silver cord hours by going to the game, and DMPS students attending will receive free pizza before the game- sign up with Heather in Student Services to reserve your spot!

April 1, 2019

Students, Iowa Assessments, or ISASP, will be starting for 9th through 11th grade students at Lincoln on March 28th through April 19th. The tests include: Math, Reading, Language & Writing, and for sophomores, Science. You will take these tests in your core classes and for the first time ever, on laptops. Please know that you MUST turn in your cell phone to your teacher at the start of the block, but will have it returned to you by the end of the block. If you have any questions regarding ISASP, please see Ms. Kelly at Main or Mr. Hummel at RAILS.

ANY student interested in applying for round 2 at Central Campus the link is now open.  Only programs that still have openings will be listed.  AFTER you apply, you must go to your IC inbox and complete the survey.  If you DO NOT complete the survey you will not be considered for the program.  See your counselor if you have questions.

Thought about a career in the Trades?  Electricians, home-building, plumbing, etc. Any student interested in getting the opportunity to learn more about these type of careers see your counselor to sign up for the Trades Fair in April, located the Iowa State Fairgrounds.

There are 2 days left to buy your prom package or tickets! See us in the commons before school and during both lunches. Packages are one hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single prom tickets are thirty dollars. Senior banquet ticket are twenty dollars. YOU MUST be eligible to buy your ticket–less than 15 demerit points and less than 10 unexcused absences–absences reset April 1st. You must stay eligible through April 5th. Seniors must pay all fees before you can buy a ticket. If you are taking a Lincoln guest to prom, they must be demerit and absent eligible as well. Only seniors may buy tickets! You may have only ONE guest. Pay attention–Four days left to buy your tickets!

Seniors–stop by our prom ticket table and nominate your favorite senior girl and guy for queen and king. The top 6 nominations will be voted for when you enter prom on April 6th.

Put your 4 v 4 team together for our Ruckerball Memorial Basketball Tournament–send your captain to the journalism room, 2280 for a roster packet. It’s five dollars a player and t shirt colors are chosen when you turn in your packet. Packets due April 17th. The tournament is after school on Wednesday, April 24th.

 

 

 

March 29, 2019

Students, Iowa Assessments, or ISASP, will be starting for 9th through 11th grade students at Lincoln on March 28th through April 19th. The tests include: Math, Reading, Language & Writing, and for sophomores, Science. You will take these tests in your core classes and for the first time ever, on laptops. Please know that you MUST turn in your cell phone to your teacher at the start of the block, but will have it returned to you by the end of the block. If you have any questions regarding ISASP, please see Ms. Kelly at Main or Mr. Hummel at RAILS.

ANY student interested in applying for round 2 at Central Campus the link is now open.  Only programs that still have openings will be listed.  AFTER you apply, you must go to your IC inbox and complete the survey.  If you DO NOT complete the survey you will not be considered for the program.  See your counselor if you have questions.

Thought about a career in the Trades?  Electricians, home-building, plumbing, etc. Any student interested in getting the opportunity to learn more about these type of careers see your counselor to sign up for the Trades Fair in April, located the Iowa State Fairgrounds.

Seniors! Prom guest forms are due to student services for processing this Friday! No exceptions!

Seniors! Prom guest forms are due to student services for processing this Friday! No exceptions!

There are 3 days left to buy your prom package or tickets! See us in the commons before school and during both lunches. Packages are one hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single prom tickets are thirty dollars. Senior banquet ticket are twenty dollars. YOU MUST be eligible to buy your ticket–less than 15 demerit points and less than 10 unexcused absences–absences reset April 1st. You must stay eligible through April 5th. Seniors must pay all fees before you can buy a ticket. If you are taking a Lincoln guest to prom, they must be demerit and absent eligible as well. Only seniors may buy tickets! You may have only ONE guest. Pay attention–Four days left to buy your tickets!

Seniors–stop by our prom ticket table and nominate your favorite senior girl and guy for queen and king. The top 6 nominations will be voted for when you enter prom on April 6th.

Put your 4 v 4 team together for our Ruckerball Memorial Basketball Tournament–send your captain to the journalism room, 2280 for a roster packet. It’s five dollars a player and t shirt colors are chosen when you turn in your packet. Packets due April 17th. The tournament is after school on Wednesday, April 24th.

Any students who have not played football before but are interested in playing next fall there will be a brief meeting in the cafeteria today after school at 3:30.

Reminder seniors- today is the last day to submit your Dollars for Scholars scholarship application. They have close to $100,000 available to help you pay for your education. Teachers reminder to check your inbox and spam folder for student recommendation requests for these scholarships. These are also due today. Email Cara Edmondson or Stephanie Brennan if you have questions.

Are you ready? Spring Bash is almost here! This Saturday, Lincoln is hosting the first ever Spring Bash here at Main. Alumni and youth soccer games begin at noon and there will be free food truck food tickets to the first 1,200 people- tacos, gyros, and barbecue! Come celebrate Southside pride and see your peers recognized for their involvement in Spring and Summer activities.

The boys soccer team defeated North 7-1 yesterday. Roderick Orellana and Alexis Argueta each scored two goals. The boys play away at Urbandale tonight at 5:30.

March 28, 2019

 

If you are taking the AP exam listen up, today is the last day to register for the AP exam. Please see Katie Bales in the main office by 3:30 today with any questions or to turn in your form.

Students, Iowa Assessments, or ISASP, will be starting for 9th through 11th grade students at Lincoln on March 28th through April 19th. The tests include: Math, Reading, Language & Writing, and for sophomores, Science. You will take these tests in your core classes and for the first time ever, on laptops. Please know that you MUST turn in your cell phone to your teacher at the start of the block, but will have it returned to you by the end of the block. If you have any questions regarding ISASP, please see Ms. Kelly at Main or Mr. Hummel at RAILS.

Students who are interested in taking a college visit to the University of Nebraska Omaha TOMORROW, Thursday March 28, need to see Coach Einerson ASAP in the Counseling Center. Some spots opened up for Lincoln students.

ANY student interested in applying for round 2 at Central Campus the link is now open.  Only programs that still have openings will be listed.  AFTER you apply, you must go to your IC inbox and complete the survey.  If you DO NOT complete the survey you will not be considered for the program.  See your counselor if you have questions.

Thought about a career in the Trades?  Electricians, home-building, plumbing, etc. Any student interested in getting the opportunity to learn more about these type of careers see your counselor to sign up for the Trades Fair in April, located the Iowa State Fairgrounds.

Seniors! Prom guest forms are due to student services for processing this Friday! No exceptions!

Seniors! Prom guest forms are due to student services for processing this Friday! No exceptions!

There are 4 days left to buy your prom package or tickets! See us in the commons before school and during both lunches. Packages are one hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single prom tickets are thirty dollars. Senior banquet ticket are twenty dollars. YOU MUST be eligible to buy your ticket–less than 15 demerit points and less than 10 unexcused absences–absences reset April 1st. You must stay eligible through April 5th. Seniors must pay all fees before you can buy a ticket. If you are taking a Lincoln guest to prom, they must be demerit and absent eligible as well. Only seniors may buy tickets! You may have only ONE guest. Pay attention–Four days left to buy your tickets!

Seniors–stop by our prom ticket table and nominate your favorite senior girl and guy for queen and king. The top 6 nominations will be voted for when you enter prom on April 6th.

Put your 4 v 4 team together for our Ruckerball Memorial Basketball Tournament–send your captain to the journalism room, 2280 for a roster packet. It’s five dollars a player and t shirt colors are chosen when you turn in your packet. Packets due April 17th. The tournament is after school on Wednesday, April 24th.

Any students who have not played football before but are interested in playing next fall there will be a brief meeting in the cafeteria today after school at 3:30.

Reminder seniors- Friday is the last day to submit your Dollars for Scholars scholarship application. They have close to $100,000 available to help you pay for your education. Teachers reminder to check your inbox and spam folder for student recommendation requests for these scholarships. These are also due tomorrow. Email Cara Edmondson or Stephanie Brennan if you have questions.

Are you ready? Spring Bash is almost here! This Saturday, Lincoln is hosting the first ever Spring Bash here at Main. Alumni and youth soccer games begin at noon and there will be free food truck food tickets to the first 1,200 people- tacos, gyros, and barbecue! Come celebrate Southside pride and see your peers recognized for their involvement in Spring and Summer activities.

The boys soccer game vs. North has been reinstated for today because we’ve had such nice weather. Come watch the boys play North today at 4:45 at Cownie Soccer Complex and tomorrow night at Urbandale at 7:30.

 

 

March 27, 2019

Students, Iowa Assessments, or ISASP, will be starting for 9th through 11th grade students at Lincoln on March 28th through April 19th. The tests include: Math, Reading, Language & Writing, and for sophomores, Science. You will take these tests in your core classes and for the first time ever, on laptops. Please know that you MUST turn in your cell phone to your teacher at the start of the block, but will have it returned to you by the end of the block. If you have any questions regarding ISASP, please see Ms. Kelly at Main or Mr. Hummel at RAILS.

We had many great performances at the Waukee Earlybird Meet yesterday evening. We had many top 8 performances. Leading our success was Brooke Maxwell placing first in the 400 meter dash. Her performance was followed by 4th place finishes by Erika Canada in the 100 meter dash, Taylor Klinge in the Discus and the 4×100 and 4×200 meter relay teams of Brandie Paye, Alexis Dorsett, Erika Canada and Gracilove Littlejohn. We also had 5th place finishes by Kelly Klinge in the Discus and Brandie Paye in the Long Jump. Great work Lincoln Ladies!

Last night the boys track team ran its first outdoors meet of the season at Simpson College.  Team highlights included third place finishes by Andrew Klein in the 1600 meter run and the sprint medley team of Cayden Storm, Josh Jenkins, Kahlill Summerville and John Harris along with personal bests by Josh Artero in the 3200 meter run, Alex Crimmins in the 1600 meter run and Reece Martin in the Discus.

Students who are interested in taking a college visit to the University of Nebraska Omaha TOMORROW, Thursday March 28, need to see Coach Einerson ASAP in the Counseling Center. Some spots opened up for Lincoln students.

ANY student interested in applying for round 2 at Central Campus the link is now open.  Only programs that still have openings will be listed.  AFTER you apply, you must go to your IC inbox and complete the survey.  If you DO NOT complete the survey you will not be considered for the program.  See your counselor if you have questions.

Thought about a career in the Trades?  Electricians, home-building, plumbing, etc. Any student interested in getting the opportunity to learn more about these type of careers see your counselor to sign up for the Trades Fair in April, located the Iowa State Fairgrounds.

Seniors! Prom guest forms are due to student services for processing this Friday! No exceptions!

There are 5 days left to buy your prom package or tickets! See us in the commons before school and during both lunches. Packages are one hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single prom tickets are thirty dollars. Senior banquet ticket are twenty dollars. YOU MUST be eligible to buy your ticket–less than 15 demerit points and less than 10 unexcused absences–absences reset April 1st. You must stay eligible through April 5th. Seniors must pay all fees before you can buy a ticket. If you are taking a Lincoln guest to prom, they must be demerit and absent eligible as well. Firve days left to buy your tickets!

Seniors–stop by our prom ticket table and nominate your favorite senior girl and guy for queen and king. The top 6 nominations will be voted for when you enter prom on April 6th.

Put your 4 v 4 team together for our Ruckerball Memorial Basketball Tournament–send your captain to the journalism room, 2280 for a roster packet. It’s five dollars a player and t shirt colors are chosen when you turn in your packet. Packets due April 17th. The tournament is after school on Wednesday, April 24th.

Any students who have not played football before but are interested in playing next fall there will be a brief meeting in the cafeteria this Thursday after school at 3:30.

 

 

 

 

March 13, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets are on sale now before school and during both lunches in the commons. Find on the opposite side across from the mural. Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is tomorrow March 14th. You only have until tomorrow at 3:30pm to sign up. See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

Reminder that intermural basketball will be taking place on Wednesdays after the lunch period. After Spring Break, the group will be on Tuesdays from 3:45 to 5. Please see Josh Kline or anyone in the activities department for questions.

Juniors! The application deadline for college visits is Thursday, March 14 at 8:30am. Please stop into the Counseling Center to pick up and drop off applications.

Come support your fellow classmates as they compete for the “Lincoln’s Got Talent” competition! The competition is this Thursday at 5pm in the commons. The event is free, donations will be accepted and concessions will be sold. Come kick off spring break with us this Thursday night!

March 12, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets are on sale now before school and during both lunches in the commons. Find on the opposite side across from the mural. Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th. You only have until Thursday at 3:30pm to sign up. See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

Reminder that intermural basketball will be taking place on Wednesdays after the lunch period. After Spring Break, the group will be on Tuesdays from 3:45 to 5. Please see Josh Kline or anyone in the activities department for questions.

Boys Soccer Players – This is a reminder to stop by Coach Simons’s room, 3210, for important preseason information

Juniors! The application deadline for college visits is Thursday, March 14 at 8:30am. Please stop into the Counseling Center to pick up and drop off applications.

Come support your fellow classmates as they compete for the “Lincoln’s Got Talent” competition! The competition is this Thursday at 5pm in the commons. The event is free, donations will be accepted and concessions will be sold. Come kick off spring break with us this Thursday night!

March 11, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets are on sale now before school and during both lunches in the commons. Find on the opposite side across from the mural. Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th. You only have until Thursday at 3:30pm to sign up. See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

Reminder that The next two weeks, the intermural basektball will be taking place on Wednesdays after the lunch period. After Spring Break, the group will be on Tuesdays from 3:45 to 5. Please see Josh Kline or anyone in the activities department for questions.

Boys Soccer Players – This is a reminder to stop by Coach Simons’s room, 3210, for important preseason information

Tennis Players-listen up! All girls and boys tennis players will need to attend a mandatory meeting at 3:45 in the commons at Main TODAY AFTERSCHOOL.  Don’t forget to get your physical turned in to the Athletic Director’s office.  You must have this in order to practice.

 

March 8, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets are on sale now before school and during both lunches in the commons. Find on the opposite side across from the mural. Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

Seniors! It’s time to figure out who the best smile, who is most athletic or most opinionated–it’s time to nominate your fellow seniors for senior polls! Pick up a nomination form in the journalism room, 2280. Nomination forms are due back on Wednesday, March 13th. and be sure to buy your senior banquet ticket if you want to know who wins. Senior Banquet is your last time together on May 1st.

Join the inclusion revolution! Pledge to look for the lonely, the isolated, the left out, the challenged and the bullied. Stop by our Respect table in the commons all week during lunches and sign the pledge to overcome the fear of difference and replace it with the power of inclusion! Get a cool button when you join us to #chooseToInclude.

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

If you applied for a Central Campus program for next year, please check in with your Counselor to see if you were accepted.

Reminder that The next two weeks, the intermural basektball will be taking place on Wednesdays after the lunch period. After Spring Break, the group will be on Tuesdays from 3:45 to 5. Please see Josh Kline or anyone in the activities department for questions.

Boys Soccer Players – This is a reminder to stop by Coach Simons’s room, 3210, for important preseason information

Tennis Players-listen up! All girls and boys tennis players will need to attend a mandatory meeting at 3:45 in the commons at Main on Monday, March 11th.  Don’t forget to get your physical turned in to the Athletic Director’s office.  You must have this in order to practice.

 

March 6, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets are on sale now before school and during both lunches in the commons. Find on the opposite side across from the mural. Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

Seniors! It’s time to figure out who the best smile, who is most athletic or most opinionated–it’s time to nominate your fellow seniors for senior polls! Pick up a nomination form in the journalism room, 2280. Nomination forms are due back on Wednesday, March 13th. and be sure to buy your senior banquet ticket if you want to know who wins. Senior Banquet is your last time together on May 1st.

Join the inclusion revolution! Pledge to look for the lonely, the isolated, the left out, the challenged and the bullied. Stop by our Respect table in the commons all week during lunches and sign the pledge to overcome the fear of difference and replace it with the power of inclusion! Get a cool button when you join us to #chooseToInclude.

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

If you applied for a Central Campus program for next year, please check in with your Counselor to see if you were accepted.

You are invited to our upcoming GEAR UP Majors in Minutes Family Night tonight March 6th. The event will take place from 6-7:15 p.m. at Central Campus in the cafeteria. We know that choosing a college major or career path is difficult, so let us help! Majors in Minutes will be a fast-paced event where you can talk with college students who are currently in some of the most popular majors such as engineering, auto mechanics, criminal justice, and more! Some of the colleges represented will be Iowa State, Mercy College of Health Sciences, Grand View University along with some other central Iowa colleges.

We are starting an intramural basketball league beginning today after school at 2:10 in the round house. The next two weeks, the group will be taking place on Wednesdays after the lunch period. After Spring Break, the group will be on Tuesdays from 3:45 to 5. Please see Josh Kline or anyone in the activities department for questions.

Boys Soccer Players – This is a reminder to stop by Coach Simons’s room, 3210, for important preseason information

March 4, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets are on sale now before school and during both lunches in the commons. Find on the opposite side across from the mural. Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

Join the inclusion revolution! Pledge to look for the lonely, the isolated, the left out, the challenged and the bullied. Stop by our Respect table in the commons all week during lunches and sign the pledge to overcome the fear of difference and replace it with the power of inclusion! Get a cool button when you join us to #chooseToInclude.

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

If you applied for a Central Campus program for next year, please check in with your Counselor to see if you were accepted.

You are invited to our upcoming GEAR UP Majors in Minutes Family Night on March 6th. The event will take place from 6-7:15 p.m. at Central Campus in the cafeteria.

We know that choosing a college major or career path is difficult, so let us help! Majors in Minutes will be a fast-paced event where you can talk with college students who are currently in some of the most popular majors such as engineering, auto mechanics, criminal justice, and more! Some of the colleges represented will be Iowa State, Mercy College of Health Sciences, Grand View University along with some other central Iowa colleges.

 

March 1, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets are on sale now! Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

If you applied for a Central Campus program for next year, please check in with your Counselor to see if you were accepted.

The library will be closed all week due to testing. Please note the library will be closed all week for student use due to testing.

“Auditions for the  “Lincoln’s Got Talent” Talent Show are taking place this Thursday and Friday after school in the drama room (3010). Come with any act prepared! Singing, dancing, magic, poetry, anything you can do to show off your talent. Only the top 10 acts will move on to compete on March 14th for the crown of Lincoln’s Most Talented! See you Thursday or Friday after school in the drama room!

Best Buddies Lincoln will be having a mandatory meeting after school today in room 3120 (Ms. Downes room). All members are expected to attend, especially officers. We will have a guest speaker and snacks. Anyone else who is interested in being part of a global movement of inclusiveness can join us as well. the meeting will start at 3:30 and end at 4:30 pm. Thanks

Boys Soccer Players – Due to conferences this week’s open gym is on Thursday from 4:15-6:15 at RAILS.

There will be an informational meeting for all girls interested in playing spring golf for Lincoln   at 3:40 in the commons on Monday afternoon for main and at Lincoln Rails on Tuesday in the cafeteria at 3:40.  If you cannot be there please talk to girls from last year’s team for information  or  contact the ADS office for the coaches information.

You are invited to our upcoming GEAR UP Majors in Minutes Family Night on March 6th. The event will take place from 6-7:15 p.m. at Central Campus in the cafeteria.

We know that choosing a college major or career path is difficult, so let us help! Majors in Minutes will be a fast-paced event where you can talk with college students who are currently in some of the most popular majors such as engineering, auto mechanics, criminal justice, and more! Some of the colleges represented will be Iowa State, Mercy College of Health Sciences, Grand View University along with some other central Iowa colleges.

February 28, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets are on sale now! Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

If you applied for a Central Campus program for next year, please check in with your Counselor to see if you were accepted.

The library will be closed all week due to testing. Please note the library will be closed all week for student use due to testing.

“Auditions for the  “Lincoln’s Got Talent” Talent Show are taking place this Thursday and Friday after school in the drama room (3010). Come with any act prepared! Singing, dancing, magic, poetry, anything you can do to show off your talent. Only the top 10 acts will move on to compete on March 14th for the crown of Lincoln’s Most Talented! See you Thursday or Friday after school in the drama room!

Best Buddies Lincoln will be having a mandatory meeting after school today in room 3120 (Ms. Downes room). All members are expected to attend, especially officers. We will have a guest speaker and snacks. Anyone else who is interested in being part of a global movement of inclusiveness can join us as well. the meeting will start at 3:30 and end at 4:30 pm. Thanks

Boys Soccer Players – Due to conferences this week’s open gym is on Thursday from 4:15-6:15 at RAILS.

There will be an informational meeting for all girls interested in playing spring golf for Lincoln   at 3:40 in the commons on Monday afternoon for main and at Lincoln Rails on Tuesday in the cafeteria at 3:40.  If you cannot be there please talk to girls from last year’s team for information  or  contact the ADS office for the coaches information.

You are invited to our upcoming GEAR UP Majors in Minutes Family Night on March 6th. The event will take place from 6-7:15 p.m. at Central Campus in the cafeteria.

We know that choosing a college major or career path is difficult, so let us help! Majors in Minutes will be a fast-paced event where you can talk with college students who are currently in some of the most popular majors such as engineering, auto mechanics, criminal justice, and more! Some of the colleges represented will be Iowa State, Mercy College of Health Sciences, Grand View University along with some other central Iowa colleges.

February 27, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets go on sale February 27th. Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

If you applied for a Central Campus program for next year, please check in with your Counselor to see if you were accepted.

The library will be closed all week due to testing. Please note the library will be closed all week for student use due to testing.

“Auditions for the  “Lincoln’s Got Talent” Talent Show are taking place this Thursday and Friday after school in the drama room (3010). Come with any act prepared! Singing, dancing, magic, poetry, anything you can do to show off your talent. Only the top 10 acts will move on to compete on March 14th for the crown of Lincoln’s Most Talented! See you Thursday or Friday after school in the drama room!

Due to conferences, this week’s open gym is on Thursday from 4:15-6:15 at RAILS.

February 26, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets go on sale February 27th. Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

If you applied for a Central Campus program for next year, please check in with your Counselor to see if you were accepted.

The library will be closed all week due to testing. Please note the library will be closed all week for student use due to testing.

“Auditions for the  “Lincoln’s Got Talent” Talent Show are taking place this Thursday and Friday after school in the drama room (3010). Come with any act prepared! Singing, dancing, magic, poetry, anything you can do to show off your talent. Only the top 10 acts will move on to compete on March 14th for the crown of Lincoln’s Most Talented! See you Thursday or Friday after school in the drama room!

Due to conferences, this week’s open gym is on Thursday from 4:15-6:15 at RAILS.

 

February 25, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets go on sale February 27th. Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

If you applied for a Central Campus program for next year, please check in with your Counselor to see if you were accepted.

The library will be closed all week due to testing. Please note the library will be closed all week for student use due to testing.

February 21, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets go on sale February 25th. Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

Students: Did you apply for a Central Campus program for next year? Stop by the Counseling Center and check with your counselor to find out if you were accepted and to confirm or deny your spot in the program. This process must be completed soon so don’t wait!

February 19, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets go on sale February 25th. Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

There will be a Dream to Teach meeting after school today in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. Come check us out if you’ve ever considered a career in teaching and education. New members are welcome!

Boys Soccer Players: Wednesday Open Gym is from 4:15-6:15 this week at RAILS. And stop by Coach Simons’s room for important preseason information.

Any boy or girl interested in playing tennis there will be a meeting today February 19th in the commons at main at 3:45.

February 18, 2019

We are rolling out the Red Carpet. Prom is April 6th and it is time to plan ahead seniors. See our information next to senior classrooms. Follow us on @therailsonline. Prom packages are on hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a photo package from Dan’s Studio. Single tickets are thirty five dollars and senior banquet tickets are twenty. Before you may purchase a ticket, you must pay all your fees listed in Infinite Campus, have less then fifteen tardy points and less than ten unexcused absences in April. And–keep yourself eligible through April 5th. Time to adult and be responsible. Tickets go on sale February 25th. Plan ahead! Guest forms are due March 29th. Last day to buy a ticket is April 2nd. Now you know–so make a plan and enjoy your prom!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

There will be a Dream to Teach meeting after school tomorrow in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. Come check us out if you’ve ever considered a career in teaching and education. New members are welcome!

Boys Soccer Players: Wednesday Open Gym is from 4:15-6:15 this week at RAILS. And stop by Coach Simons’s room for important preseason information.

It’s playoff time Southside! Come out and support your boys basketball team as they earned a home playoff game tonight at 7pm against Urbandale! Three wins get our boys to State. Let’s pack the Roundhouse to get them win number one!

February 13, 2019

Students, do you need a new sports physical? Come to the RAILS building on today, February 13th between 5:00 and 7:00 and get your athletic physical.

There are parent permission slips in the main offices at RAILS and at Main for State Wrestling.  If you wish to go to state wrestling you must have a permission slip. Details are on the form.

Are you interested in learning more about the law? Do you want to be an attorney? Do you like to perform? Check out Lincoln’s Mock Trial team. There are meetings where you can learn more about the team and sign up to participate on Thursday, February 14th at Lincoln Main in the Counseling Center after school.

Friday is the last day to buy your winter formal ticket–find us in the commons before school and during both lunches. Tickets are five dollars. Winter formal is this Saturday, 7 to 10 pm in the Commons. Free photo booth, cookies and lots of fun. Get your friends together, buy your tickets this week and have fun!

Seniors! This is your last week to check your senior picture in the journalism room, 2280. This is your responsibility to approve your photo and name–we do not refund yearbooks–so check it now.

Words are powerful. Think before you speak or use social media. Be intentionally kind. Make someone’s day better and your day will be better as well. Kindness thoughts are brought to you by your StuCo Leaderhship.

Seniors! Today is the last day to vote for your prom theme. Check out your themes in your senior classes or come to the journalism room, 2280 to see all three prom themes.

11th graders listen up this announcement is specifically for you- If you have not filled out your ACT bubble sheet please see Ms. Fechner in the counseling center. If this is not done by Friday, you will not be able to take the test on the 20th. Please see Ms. Fechner in the counseling center with any questions.

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

Hello seniors! Are you interested in giving the graduation speech for the class of 2019? If so please listen to the following information:

  1. Student speakers will deliver the Commencement Address Saturday, May 25th at 3:30 PM.
  2. Speaker auditions will be held Friday, February 22nd at 4:00 p.m. in room 3040.
  3. All seniors are eligible to audition.  You must sign up in Mr. Beckel’s office by 3:00 p.m. Friday, February 15th.
  4. Audition times will be determined once the sign-up list is finalized.  The audition topic is “What would you like to say to the Class of 2019, parents, friends and relatives.”  Auditions will be held on Friday, February 22nd.
  5. The panel of judges will consist of Seniors (those not trying out), Mr. Beckel (Vice Principal), and two to three interested staff members.  A minimum of one and a maximum of three student speakers will be selected.
  6. At Commencement, May 25th, a total of 5 to 7 minutes will be allotted for the Commencement Address.

 

 

 

 

February 12, 2019

Students, do you need a new sports physical? Come to the RAILS building on Wednesday, February 13th between 5:00 and 7:00 and get your athletic physical.

There are parent permission slips in the main office at RAILS and in the activity office at Main for State Wrestling.  If you wish to go to state wrestling you must have a permission slip. Details are on the form.

Are you interested in learning more about the law? Do you want to be an attorney? Do you like to perform? Check out Lincoln’s Mock Trial team. There are meetings where you can learn more about the team and sign up to participate on Thursday, February 14th at Lincoln Main in the Counseling Center after school.

Buy your ticket this week to the winter formal in the commons before school and during both lunches. Tickets are five dollars. Winter formal is this Saturday, 7 to 10 pm in the Commons. Free photo booth, cookies and lots of fun. Get your friends together, buy your tickets this week and have fun!

Seniors! This is your last week to check your senior picture in the journalism room, 2280. This is your responsibility to approve your photo and name–we do not refund yearbooks–so check it now.

Hey Lincoln! Today is Abe’s Big Birthday Bash and we are celebrating with free cupcakes during lunches in the commons! Stop by the table and grab one! Happy Birthday to Abe!

Be intentionally kind to each other this week. You never know what your classmates are going through and kindness from you could make all the difference. Brought to you by your StuCo Leaderhship.

Seniors go to your Infinite Campus and vote for your favorite prom theme! Theme choices are outside of every senior class or come to the journalism room, 2280 and take a look then vote. Last day to vote is Wednesday.

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

Hello seniors! Are you interested in giving the graduation speech for the class of 2019? If so please listen to the following information:

  1. Student speakers will deliver the Commencement Address Saturday, May 25th at 3:30 PM.
  2. Speaker auditions will be held Friday, February 22nd at 4:00 p.m. in room 3040.
  3. All seniors are eligible to audition.  You must sign up in Mr. Beckel’s office by 3:00 p.m. Friday, February 15th.
  4. Audition times will be determined once the sign-up list is finalized.  The audition topic is “What would you like to say to the Class of 2019, parents, friends and relatives.”  Auditions will be held on Friday, February 22nd.
  5. The panel of judges will consist of Seniors (those not trying out), Mr. Beckel (Vice Principal), and two to three interested staff members.  A minimum of one and a maximum of three student speakers will be selected.
  6. At Commencement, May 25th, a total of 5 to 7 minutes will be allotted for the Commencement Address.

 

 

February 7, 2019

JUNIORS:  If you have not filled out your ACT answer folder yet please stop by Ms. Fechner’s office to do that ASAP!

Girls that are going out for track and field. There will be a mandatory meeting Friday after school at 3:40pm meeting in the roundhouse at the main building. Please be there! You will be given information about the start of the season. The season begins THIS coming Monday the 11th.

You have 2 days left to buy your winter formal tickets. Your winter formal dance is Saturday, February 16. We must sell 180 tickets by this Friday, February 8th. Tickets are on sale through February 8th–the last day to buy your ticket, before school and during all lunches in the commons. Tickets are five dollars. Guest forms are available in student services and the journalism room, 2280 and are due to student services tomorrow. You must have a processed guest form for your non LHS guest by the deadline. Don’t miss out on the fun!

Seniors! Please come to the journalism room, 2280 to check your senior picture in the senior section. Check to see if your photo is correct and your name spelled correctly. You must check the senior section–yearbook assumes no fault after the book is printed and refunds will not be made.

Seniors! Vote for your prom theme today! Check outside your senior classes or come to the journalism room, 2280 to see your choices then go to your Infinite Campus and vote. Follow us on @therailsonline for information as well. Voting ends next Wednesday. Vote now!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

Hello seniors! Are you interested in giving the graduation speech for the class of 2019? If so please listen to the following information:

  1. Student speakers will deliver the Commencement Address Saturday, May 25th at 3:30 PM.
  2. Speaker auditions will be held Friday, February 22nd at 4:00 p.m. in room 3040.
  3. All seniors are eligible to audition.  You must sign up in Mr. Beckel’s office by 3:00 p.m. Friday, February 15th.
  4. Audition times will be determined once the sign-up list is finalized.  The audition topic is “What would you like to say to the Class of 2019, parents, friends and relatives.”  Auditions will be held on Friday, February 22nd.
  5. The panel of judges will consist of Seniors (those not trying out), Mr. Beckel (Vice Principal), and two to three interested staff members.  A minimum of one and a maximum of three student speakers will be selected.
  6. At Commencement, May 25th, a total of 5 to 7 minutes will be allotted for the Commencement Address.

February 6, 2019

Congratulations to both boys and girls bowling for their victory over Urbandale last night both teams complete the season with the record of 10 and one and will start conference bowling on Thursday congratulations

Boys track meeting today at main in room 1280 and at Rails in the commons.

NCYL applications for 11th grade is due today Wednesday, February 6th by 4pm.

You have 3 days left to buy your winter formal tickets. Your winter formal dance is Saturday, February 16. We must sell 180 tickets by this Friday, February 8th. Tickets are on sale through February 8th–the last day to buy your ticket, before school and during all lunches in the commons. Tickets are five dollars. Guest forms are available in student services and the journalism room, 2280 and are due to student services tomorrow. You must have a processed guest form for your non LHS guest by the deadline. Don’t miss out on the fun!

Seniors! Please come to the journalism room, 2280 to check your senior picture in the senior section. Check to see if your photo is correct and your name spelled correctly. You must check the senior section–yearbook assumes no fault after the book is printed and refunds will not be made.

Seniors! Vote for your prom theme today! Check outside your senior classes or come to the journalism room, 2280 to see your choices then go to your Infinite Campus and vote. Follow us on @therailsonline for information as well. Voting ends next Wednesday. Vote now!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

Hello seniors! Are you interested in giving the graduation speech for the class of 2019? If so please listen to the following information:

  1. Student speakers will deliver the Commencement Address Saturday, May 25th at 3:30 PM.
  2. Speaker auditions will be held Friday, February 22nd at 4:00 p.m. in room 3040.
  3. All seniors are eligible to audition.  You must sign up in Mr. Beckel’s office by 3:00 p.m. Friday, February 15th.
  4. Audition times will be determined once the sign-up list is finalized.  The audition topic is “What would you like to say to the Class of 2019, parents, friends and relatives.”  Auditions will be held on Friday, February 22nd.
  5. The panel of judges will consist of Seniors (those not trying out), Mr. Beckel (Vice Principal), and two to three interested staff members.  A minimum of one and a maximum of three student speakers will be selected.
  6. At Commencement, May 25th, a total of 5 to 7 minutes will be allotted for the Commencement Address.

 

February 5, 2019

Boys track meeting this Wednesday at main in room 1280 and at Rails in the commons.

There will be a Dream to Teach meeting after school today in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. Come check us out if you’ve ever considered a career in teaching and education. New members are welcome!

NCYL applications for 11th grade is due this Wednesday, February 6th by 4pm.

You have 4 days left to buy your winter formal tickets. Your winter formal dance is Saturday, February 16. We must sell 180 tickets by this Friday, February 8th. Tickets are on sale through February 8th–the last day to buy your ticket, before school and during all lunches in the commons. Tickets are five dollars. Guest forms are available in student services and the journalism room, 2280 and are due to student services tomorrow. You must have a processed guest form for your non LHS guest by the deadline. Don’t miss out on the fun!

Seniors! Please come to the journalism room, 2280 to check your senior picture in the senior section. Check to see if your photo is correct and your name spelled correctly. You must check the senior section–yearbook assumes no fault after the book is printed and refunds will not be made.

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

Hello seniors! Are you interested in giving the graduation speech for the class of 2019? If so please listen to the following information:

  1. Student speakers will deliver the Commencement Address Saturday, May 25th at 3:30 PM.
  2. Speaker auditions will be held Friday, February 22nd at 4:00 p.m. in room 3040.
  3. All seniors are eligible to audition.  You must sign up in Mr. Beckel’s office by 3:00 p.m. Friday, February 15th.
  4. Audition times will be determined once the sign-up list is finalized.  The audition topic is “What would you like to say to the Class of 2019, parents, friends and relatives.”  Auditions will be held on Friday, February 22nd.
  5. The panel of judges will consist of Seniors (those not trying out), Mr. Beckel (Vice Principal), and two to three interested staff members.  A minimum of one and a maximum of three student speakers will be selected.
  6. At Commencement, May 25th, a total of 5 to 7 minutes will be allotted for the Commencement Address.

 

February 4, 2019

Congratulations to the Lincoln boys swim team for their 4th place finish at the 2019 District swim meet on Saturday. The rails are taking seven guys and four events to the 2019 state meet in Iowa City this weekend. Good luck to Javier Santiago, Konnor Klocke, and Gabe McCollough at the state meet!

There will be a Dream to Teach meeting after school tomorrow in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. Come check us out if you’ve ever considered a career in teaching and education. New members are welcome!

Your winter formal dance is Saturday, February 16. We must sell 180 tickets by this Friday, February 8th and we are well on our way. Tickets are on sale tomorrow through February 8th–the last day to buy your ticket, before school and during all lunches in the commons. Tickets are five dollars. Guest forms are available in student services and the journalism room, 2280 and are due to student services on February 6th. You must have a processed guest form for your non LHS guest by the deadline. Don’t miss out on the fun!

Seniors! Please come to the journalism room, 2280 to check your senior picture in the senior section. Check to see if your photo is correct and your name spelled correctly. You must check the senior section–yearbook assumes no fault after the book is printed and refunds will not be made.

NCYL applications for 11th grade is due this Wednesday, February 6th by 4pm.

Reminder for all 11th grade students: please ensure you are present at railstime today. You will be filling out your ACT bubble sheet.

Boys track meeting this Wednesday at main in room 1280 and at Rails in the commons.

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeeper’s office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

February 1, 2019

 

Congratulations to both the boys and girls bowling teams for their victory over Johnston both boys and girls varsity teams have a record of nine and one. Next meet is next Tuesday at Bowlerama against Urbandale and it will be senior night.

Today is the last day for schedules for this semester. Please see your counselor either during your open or before or after school if you needed to change your schedule.

Your winter formal dance is Saturday, February 16. We must sell 180 tickets by February 8th and we are well on our way. Tickets are on sale through February 8th before school and during all lunches in the commons. Tickets are five dollars. Guest forms are available in student services and the journalism room, 2280 and are due to student services on February 6th. You must have a processed guest form for your non LHS guest by the deadline. Don’t miss out on the fun!

 

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

All students who requested to take a new course or program at Central Campus should have received a student interest survey in their Infinite Campus Student Portal Inbox. All surveys must be completed by the end of the school day today Friday, February 1st, 2019. 

 

If you submitted requests for more than one course, you will need to complete a survey for each course for which you applied. Failing to complete a survey by this Friday, will result in the removal of your request and you will not be considered for a spot in the requested course/courses.

 

To access the survey, log into your student Infinite Campus portal account and go to your inbox. The survey message will have a red exclamation point by the message. Just click on the link and answer the questions.

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your home high school counselor or John Hickling, the Central Campus counselor

 

January 29, 2019

 

11th grade students: Do you have a 3.0 GPA or above? If so, you may qualify to be a part of the National Council for Youth Leadership.  This is an excellent leadership opportunity for students!  If interested, applications are available in the student services office.  Applications are due Wednesday, February 6, 2019!

 

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

As part of our selection process for the 2019/2020 school year, each student who has applied to a new program at Central Campus will be receiving a Student Interest Survey in their DMPS student email account.   These surveys are required.  The survey is short.  The survey results are used to consider student placement at Central Campus.  Without completing those surveys, a student will lose a potential spot in one of our programs. All surveys must be completed by Wed., January 30, 2019 by the end of the school day.

 

There will be a Dream to Teach meeting after school today in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. Come check us out if you’ve ever considered a career in teaching and education. New members are welcome!

 

Hello seniors! Are you interested in giving the graduation speech for the class of 2019? If so please listen to the following information:

 

  1. Student speakers will deliver the Commencement Address Saturday, May 25th at 3:30 PM.

 

  1. Speaker auditions will be held Friday, February 22nd at 4:00 p.m. in room 3040.

 

  1. All seniors are eligible to audition.  You must sign up in Mr. Beckel’s office by 3:00 p.m. Friday, February 15th.

 

  1. Audition times will be determined once the sign-up list is finalized.  The audition topic is “What would you like to say to the Class of 2019, parents, friends and relatives.”  Auditions will be held on Friday, February 22nd.

 

  1. The panel of judges will consist of Seniors (those not trying out), Mr. Beckel (Vice Principal), and two to three interested staff members.  A minimum of one and a maximum of three student speakers will be selected.

 

  1. At Commencement, May 25th, a total of 5 to 7 minutes will be allotted for the Commencement Address.

January 28, 2019

11th grade students: Do you have a 3.0 GPA or above? If so, you may qualify to be a part of the National Council for Youth Leadership.  This is an excellent leadership opportunity for students!  If interested, applications are available in the student services office.  Applications are due Wednesday, February 6, 2019!

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

As part of our selection process for the 2019/2020 school year, each student who has applied to a new program at Central Campus will be receiving a Student Interest Survey in their DMPS student email account.   These surveys are required.  The survey is short.  The survey results are used to consider student placement at Central Campus.  Without completing those surveys, a student will lose a potential spot in one of our programs. All surveys must be completed by Wed., January 30, 2019 by the end of the school day.

There will be a Dream to Teach meeting after school tomorrow in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. Come check us out if you’ve ever considered a career in teaching and education. New members are welcome!

Hello seniors! Are you interested in giving the graduation speech for the class of 2019? If so please listen to the following information:

  • Student speakers will deliver the Commencement Address Saturday, May 25th at 3:30 PM.
  • Speaker auditions will be held Friday, February 22nd at 4:00 p.m. in room 3040.
  • All seniors are eligible to audition.  You must sign up in Mr. Beckel’s office by 3:00 p.m. Friday, February 15th.
  • Audition times will be determined once the sign-up list is finalized.  The audition topic is “What would you like to say to the Class of 2019, parents, friends and relatives.”  Auditions will be held on Friday, February 22nd.
  • The panel of judges will consist of Seniors (those not trying out), Mr. Beckel (Vice Principal), and two to three interested staff members.  A minimum of one and a maximum of three student speakers will be selected.
  • At Commencement, May 25th, a total of 5 to 7 minutes will be allotted for the Commencement Address.

Reminder seniors you have a senior meeting during Rails time today in the auditorium. Again Seniors please go to the auditorium during your Rails time.

January 24, 2019

 

Congratulations to the Lincoln Robotics program for winning the Nevada Qualifier.

Team: Not fast, just furious- earned the 1st place top seed out of 16 teams.

Team members are: Alessandro Aboytes, Brian Flores, Eric Acosta, Hunter Trogdon, and Zanna Monroe.

Team: Robotic Rails- was the winning alliance and winners of the motivate award.

Team members are: Acylies Cooper, Clayton Davis, John Goode, Jordan Neer, and Sophia Anderson

The Robotics program is moving on to the Super Qualifier hosted by John Deere on Feb 2nd.

11th grade students: Do you have a 3.0 GPA or above? If so, you may qualify to be a part of the National Council for Youth Leadership.  This is an excellent leadership opportunity for students!  If interested, applications are available in the student services office.  Applications are due Wednesday, February 6, 2019!

 

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

As part of our selection process for the 2019/2020 school year, each student who has applied to a new program at Central Campus will be receiving a Student Interest Survey in their DMPS student email account.   These surveys are required.  The survey is short.  The survey results are used to consider student placement at Central Campus.  Without completing those surveys, a student will lose a potential spot in one of our programs. All surveys must be completed by Wed., January 30, 2019 by the end of the school day.

January 23, 2019

 

Academic Decathlon team members see Mrs. Schlagel today! This is mandatory that you see her today. Please stop by room 3270 to see Mrs. Schlagel.

 

11th grade students: Do you have a 3.0 GPA or above? If so, you may qualify to be a part of the National Council for Youth Leadership.  This is an excellent leadership opportunity for students!  If interested, applications are available in the student services office.  Applications are due Wednesday, February 6, 2019!

 

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

As part of our selection process for the 2019/2020 school year, each student who has applied to a new program at Central Campus will be receiving a Student Interest Survey in their DMPS student email account.   These surveys are required.  The survey is short.  The survey results are used to consider student placement at Central Campus.  Without completing those surveys, a student will lose a potential spot in one of our programs. All surveys must be completed by Wed., January 30, 2019 by the end of the school day.

 

January 18, 2019

HoCo part two–your winter formal is coming up fast! The theme is black and white and the dance date is January 26 from 7:00 to 10:00 pm.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, in the commons before school and during both lunches–listen up! The cost of a ticket is just five dollars. If you are bringing a non LHS student guest, pick up a guest form from student services or the journalism room, 2280 and turn it back in to student services to be processed by–and this is a real deadline–January 23rd.

HoCo part 2–winter formal–get your friends together and go!

 

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

As part of our selection process for the 2019/2020 school year, each student who has applied to a new program at Central Campus will be receiving a Student Interest Survey in their DMPS student email account.   These surveys are required.  The survey is short.  The survey results are used to consider student placement at Central Campus.  Without completing those surveys, a student will lose a potential spot in one of our programs. All surveys must be completed by Wed., January 30, 2019 by the end of the school day.

 

Students if you need a schedule change you will need to go to the counseling center before, after school, or during an open block. You may not have your schedule changed during your class time.

January 16, 2019

Lincoln students that achieved attending 95% of their first semester classes will be recognized with pizza today at 1:40 in each building. You should have received a white reminder pass last week and all students will receive a pink ticket today which gets you two pieces of pizza! We look forward to seeing all 900 students tomorrow for pizza!

Attention all baseball players………The last meeting for those interested in playing baseball for Lincoln will be Thursday, January 17th at Main in the commons at 4pm.This will be very informative as well as signup information. If you want to play baseball for Lincoln please plan on attending Thursday.

HoCo part two–your winter formal is coming up fast! The theme is black and white and the dance date is January 26 from 7:00 to 10:00 pm.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, in the commons before school and during both lunches–listen up! The cost of a ticket is just five dollars. If you are bringing a non LHS student guest, pick up a guest form from student services or the journalism room, 2280 and turn it back in to student services to be processed by–and this is a real deadline–January 23rd.

HoCo part 2–winter formal–get your friends together and go!

Juniors who have taken ACT Prep Seminar and/or the ACT Prep Exam through GEAR UP, please see Coach Einerson in the Counseling Center for additional planning resources ASAP.

AP Students, now is the time to start signing up for your AP Exams.  Taking the exam can earn you college credit!!  The deadline for signups is March 14th.  See Katie Bales in the bookkeepers office to sign up.  If you have questions please see Ms. Minnehan.

As part of our selection process for the 2019/2020 school year, each student who has applied to a new program at Central Campus will be receiving a Student Interest Survey in their DMPS student email account.   These surveys are required.  The survey is short.  The survey results are used to consider student placement at Central Campus.  Without completing those surveys, a student will lose a potential spot in one of our programs. All surveys must be completed by Wed., January 30, 2019 by the end of the school day.

Central College Upward bound will hold a meeting for students interested in the program: Thursday, January 17th from 5:30-6:30 at Lincoln Main in the Commons Area.

Come join Lincoln Theatre Arts at auditions for their spring musical HONK! The enchanting tale of the Ugly Duckling set to beautifully inspiring music. Auditions will take place on Thursday in the choir room at 3:45! Please bring something to write with, no other materials needed! We hope to see you there!”

January 15, 2019

Lincoln students that achieved attending 95% of their first semester classes will be recognized with pizza tomorrow (Wednesday) at 1:40 in each building. You should have received a white reminder pass last week and all students will receive a pink ticket tomorrow which gets you two pieces of pizza! We look forward to seeing all 900 students tomorrow for pizza!

HoCo part two–your winter formal is coming up fast! The theme is black and white and the dance date is January 26 from 7:00 to 10:00 pm. Tickets go on sale this Friday, in the commons before school and during both lunches–listen up! The cost of a ticket is just five dollars. If you are bringing a non LHS student guest, pick up a guest form from student services or the journalism room, 2280 and turn it back in to student services to be processed by–and this is a real deadline–January 23rd. HoCo part 2–winter formal–get your friends together and go!

Attention all baseball players………Coaches will hold two meetings for those interested in playing baseball for Lincoln.

today, January 15th will be at RAILS in the commons at 3:45pm

Thursday, January 17th will be @ Main in the commons @ 4pm.

These will be very informative as well as signup information.

If you want to play baseball for Lincoln, please plan to attend at least one of them.

Seniors graduating early listen up.

Winter workout has started for track. Workout times are Sundays at 4 pm and Wednesdays at 6:30. Meet in the roundhouse.

 

 

January 14, 2019

 

The Lois Dale Scholarship deadline has been extended to January 14th at 3:30. As a reminder this is a full ride scholarship for all 4 years of college.

Attention all baseball players………Coaches will hold two meetings for those interested in playing baseball for Lincoln.

Tuesday, January 15th will be at RAILS in the commons at 3:45pm

Thursday, January 17th will be @ Main in the commons @ 4pm.

These will be very informative as well as signup information.

If you want to play baseball for Lincoln, please plan to attend at least one of them.

Seniors graduating early listen up.  If you are graduating next week and haven’t completed your CPR certification don’t worry.  Ms. Trogdon will be hosting a CPR training Monday the 14th and Tuesday the 15th directly after school in the roundhouse.   Please just report to Ms. Trogdon when you arrive in the roundhouse.  Remember you can’t graduate without your CPR certification.

Winter workout has started for track. Workout times are Sundays at 4 pm and Wednesdays at 6:30. Meet in the roundhouse.

 

January 11, 2019

Congratulations to the Lincoln Boys Swim team for beating East last night 103 to 78. First place swims by Javier Santiago, Konnor Klocke and Gabe McCollough all helped in the cross town win. The Rails remain undefeated in the conference as they prepare for Roosevelt and the conference title next week. Nice work guys!

The Lois Dale Scholarship deadline has been extended to January 14th at 3:30. As a reminder this is a full ride scholarship for all 4 years of college.

Attention all baseball players………Coaches will hold two meetings for those interested in playing baseball for Lincoln.

Tuesday, January 15th will be at RAILS in the commons at 3:45pm

Thursday, January 17th will be @ Main in the commons @ 4pm.

These will be very informative as well as signup information.

If you want to play baseball for Lincoln, please plan to attend at least one of them.

Seniors graduating early listen up.  If you are graduating next week and haven’t completed your CPR certification don’t worry.  Ms. Trogdon will be hosting a CPR training Monday the 14th and Tuesday the 15th directly after school in the roundhouse.   Please just report to Ms. Trogdon when you arrive in the roundhouse.  Remember you can’t graduate without your CPR certification.

Winter workout has started for track. Workout times are Sundays at 4 pm and Wednesdays at 6:30. Meet in the roundhouse.

 

 

December 19, 2018
Attention all NHS members you have a mandatory meeting afterschool today in the library.

Today, Sisters 4 Success will be selling Christmas grams in the commons. Stop by and buy 1 or 2 to wish someone a Happy Holidays!

This Friday is Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Check out our contest categories in the commons this week and on Friday, take your selfie, just you or with your friends, and post to @therailsonline twitter  #LHS ugly Sweater to enter–Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Have some fun before winter break!

 

December 18, 2018

Today, Sisters 4 Success will be selling Christmas grams in the commons. Stop by and buy 1 or 2 to wish someone a Happy Holidays!

This Friday is Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Check out our contest categories in the commons this week and on Friday, take your selfie, just you or with your friends, and post to @therailsonline twitter  #LHS ugly Sweater to enter–Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Have some fun before winter break!

 

December 17, 2018

 

The International Baccalaureate (IB) is an internationally recognized program that encourages critical thinking, global citizenship, and academic rigor. There will be an informational meeting about the IB program on Tuesday December 18th. 10th grade students who are interested in learning more about the program, please see Mrs. Blumberg in the Counseling Center to sign up.

Today, Sisters 4 Success will be selling Christmas grams in the commons. Stop by and buy 1 or 2 to wish someone a Happy Holidays!

This Friday is Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Check out our contest categories in the commons this week and on Friday, take your selfie, just you or with your friends, and post to @therailsonline twitter  #LHS ugly Sweater to enter–Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Have some fun before winter break!

 

December 14, 2018

Seniors! Today is your last day to submit a studio senior picture.  Your senior picture must be e mailed. Must be 400 dpi–meaning absolutely not from social media or a screen shot. Your picture MUST BE vertical.  Senior pictures will not be accepted after today–this is a real world deadline.

If you choose not to submit a studio picture, your school picture taken this fall will be your senior picture.

Lincoln! You have one week left to get your ugly holiday sweater! Check out our display of contests for all the different categories to enter for a prize on December 21–Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Have some fun before winter break!

The International Baccalaureate (IB) is an internationally recognized program that encourages critical thinking, global citizenship, and academic rigor. There will be an informational meeting about the IB program on Tuesday December 18th. 10th grade students who are interested in learning more about the program, please see Mrs. Blumberg in the Counseling Center to sign up.

Academic Decathlon practice is canceled for today. We will meet again next Friday.

Today, Sisters 4 Success will be selling Christmas grams in the commons. Stop by and by 1 or 2 to wish someone a Happy Holidays!

December 11, 2018
Seniors! Your senior studio picture is due this Thursday! December 14th e mailed. Pick up the form with rules and instructions concerning your senior picture in the journalism room, 2280–the same paper you received at your senior meeting–this form is also available in student services. Your senior picture must be e mailed. Must be 400 dpi–meaning absolutely not from social media or a screen shot. Your picture MUST BE vertical. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 with questions. Senior pictures will not be accepted after this Thursday–this is a real world deadline.
If you choose not to submit a studio picture, your school picture taken this fall will be your senior picture.

Get shopping for that ugly holiday sweater! Check out our display of contests for all the different categories to enter for a prize on December 21–Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Have some fun before winter break!

Come in and join the Writing Club in the library at Main after school every Thursday until 4:15! Questions? See Mrs. Sissel in the library.

The International Baccalaureate (IB) is an internationally recognized program that encourages critical thinking, global citizenship, and academic rigor. There will be an informational meeting about the IB program on Tuesday December 18th. 10th grade students who are interested in learning more about the program, please see Mrs. Blumberg in the Counseling Center.

December 10, 2018
Seniors! Your senior studio picture is due this Thursday! December 14th e mailed. Pick up the form with rules and instructions concerning your senior picture in the journalism room, 2280–the same paper you received at your senior meeting–this form is also available in student services. Your senior picture must be e mailed. Must be 400 dpi–meaning absolutely not from social media or a screen shot. Your picture MUST BE vertical. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 with questions. Senior pictures will not be accepted after this Thursday–this is a real world deadline.
If you choose not to submit a studio picture, your school picture taken this fall will be your senior picture.

Get shopping for that ugly holiday sweater! Check out our display of contests for all the different categories to enter for a prize on December 21–Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Have some fun before winter break!

The Writing Club meets every week on Thursdays in the library at Main until 4:15 Come in and be creative!

December 7, 2018
Seniors! Your senior studio picture is due December 14th e mailed. Pick up the form with rules and instructions concerning your senior picture in the journalism room, 2280–the same paper you received at your senior meeting–this form is also available in student services. Your senior picture must be e mailed. Must be 400 dpi–meaning absolutely not from social media or a screen shot. Your picture MUST BE vertical. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 with questions. Senior pictures will not be accepted after December 14th–this is a real world deadline.
If you choose not to submit a studio picture, your school picture taken this fall will be your senior picture.

Get shopping for that ugly holiday sweater! Check out our display of contests for all the different categories to enter for a prize on December 21–Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Have some fun before winter break!

The National ACT test is tomorrow Saturday, Dec. 8 at 8 a.m. at Rails Academy. Please bring the following items with you: a photo ID, the printed receipt from ACT, No. 2 pencils and an approved calculator. Please arrive no later than 7:50, you will not be admitted if you come after the test has started. Remember the test is at RAILS not MAIN.

Congratulations to the Lincoln Boys Swim Team for beating Carroll last night 88 to 82. The contest was tied going in to the final event where the Rails won the final relay and secured the victory. First place swims by Javier Santiago and Gabe McCollough helped the team to the win. Nice work guys!

Come join the LHS Writing Club! They meet every Thursday after school in the library until 4:15. Come in and be creative. See Mrs. Sissel in the library if you have questions.

December 5, 2018
Seniors! Your senior studio picture is due December 14th e mailed. Pick up the form with rules and instructions concerning your senior picture in the journalism room, 2280–the same paper you received at your senior meeting–this form is also available in student services. Your senior picture must be e mailed. Must be 400 dpi–meaning absolutely not from social media or a screen shot. Your picture MUST BE vertical. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 with questions. Senior pictures will not be accepted after December 14th–this is a real world deadline.
If you choose not to submit a studio picture, your school picture taken this fall will be your senior picture.

Get shopping for that ugly holiday sweater! Check out our display of contests for all the different categories to enter for a prize on December 21–Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Have some fun before winter break!

The National ACT test is this Saturday, Dec. 8 at 8 a.m. at Rails Academy. Please bring the following items with you: a photo ID, the printed receipt from ACT, No. 2 pencils and an approved calculator. Please arrive no later than 7:50, you will not be admitted if you come after the test has started. Remember the test is at RAILS not MAIN.
All members of NHS old and new we will have a meeting today after-school in the library. Please be there. Thank you

December 4, 2018
Seniors! Your senior studio picture is due December 14th e mailed. Pick up the form with rules and instructions concerning your senior picture in the journalism room, 2280–the same paper you received at your senior meeting–this form is also available in student services. Your senior picture must be e mailed. Must be 400 dpi–meaning absolutely not from social media or a screen shot. Your picture MUST BE vertical. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 with questions. Senior pictures will not be accepted after December 14th–this is a real world deadline.
If you choose not to submit a studio picture, your school picture taken this fall will be your senior picture.

Get shopping for that ugly holiday sweater! Check out our display of contests for all the different categories to enter for a prize on December 21–Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Have some fun before winter break!

The National ACT test is this Saturday, Dec. 8 at 8 a.m. at Rails Academy. Please bring the following items with you: a photo ID, the printed receipt from ACT, No. 2 pencils and an approved calculator. Please arrive no later than 7:50, you will not be admitted if you come after the test has started. Remember the test is at RAILS not MAIN.

Congratulations to our dance teams who competed in the ISDTA state championships this past Friday. Railettes earned Division I ratings for both contemporary and lyrical, and brought home a 3rd place trophy in contemporary. Your Railmen are STATE CHAMPIONS, taking home 1st place in the large school all-male division. Be sure to congratulate your dancers when you see them!
Congratulation to the Lincoln Color Guard on an outstanding performance at the State Color Competition on Friday at Hy Vee Hall.

The color received a Division I (Superior) rating and also placed 5th in the Class 3 (large guard). Great job color guard!!!!

A new round of seminars will begin today. Between classes this morning, please make sure that you check to see where you should report for the seminar you are assigned. You should be signed up for the same course for all 4 days. If you do not sign up for a seminar, at 10am you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

December 3, 2018
Seniors! Your senior studio picture is due December 14th e mailed. Pick up the form with rules and instructions concerning your senior picture in the journalism room, 2280–the same paper you received at your senior meeting–this form is also available in student services. Your senior picture must be e mailed. Must be 400 dpi–meaning absolutely not from social media or a screen shot. Your picture MUST BE vertical. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 with questions. Senior pictures will not be accepted after December 14th–this is a real world deadline.
If you choose not to submit a studio picture, your school picture taken this fall will be your senior picture.

Get shopping for that ugly holiday sweater! Check out our display of contests for all the different categories to enter for a prize on December 21–Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Have some fun before winter break!

Last week 12 Lincoln band students auditioned for the SCIBA district honor band. Congratulations to Alec Gabel, Sam Berg and Ray Brown for being selected to participate in this event. The concert will be held on Saturday, Jan. 5th at Ankeny High School.
Lincoln Students, show your Southside Pride by participating in our attendance challenge! Students who have perfect attendance from Nov. 26th to Dec. 12th will receive free admission to the home basketball game on Dec. 14th against Hoover. Help us pack the roundhouse by having perfect attendance! That means no tardies or absences during that time. If you have any questions please see Mr. Beckel.

Sophomores and Juniors- The link to sign up for central campus classes is now open until Winter break. If you have not signed up yet you need to do so! If you need help, please see a counselor in the counseling center.

November 30, 2018
This is your final day to purchase your $10 ticket for the DSM Lincoln/DSM East basketball game at Wells Fargo Arena tomorrow. The ticket also includes the Iowa Wolves game. Tickets can be purchased in the Activities Office all day. We also will be selling them during the lunch hour in the cafeteria.

Lincoln Students, show your Southside Pride by participating in our attendance challenge! Students who have perfect attendance from Nov. 26th to Dec. 12th will receive free admission to the home basketball game on Dec. 14th against Hoover. Help us pack the roundhouse by having perfect attendance! That means no tardies or absences during that time. If you have any questions please see Mr. Beckel.

Sophomores and Juniors- The link to sign up for central campus classes is now open until Winter break. If you have not signed up yet you need to do so! If you need help, please see a counselor in the counseling center.
Seniors! Your senior studio picture is due December 14th e mailed. Pick up the form with rules and instructions concerning your senior picture in the journalism room, 2280–the same paper you received at your senior meeting–this form is also available in student services. Your senior picture must be e mailed. Must be 400 dpi–meaning absolutely not from social media or a screen shot. Your picture MUST BE vertical. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 with questions. Senior pictures will not be accepted after December 14th–this is a real world deadline.
If you choose not to submit a studio picture, your school picture taken this fall will be your senior picture.

Get shopping for that ugly holiday sweater! Check out our display of contests for all the different categories to enter for a prize on December 21–Ugly Holiday Sweater Day here at Lincoln. Have some fun before winter break!

November 29, 2018
The Boys Varsity Basketball team opens conference play against East at Wells Fargo Arena on December 1st. The tipoff is scheduled for 3:30pm and the Iowa Wolves play the Suns at 7pm. One ticket gets you in both games but tickets need to be bought in advance! Stop in the activities office to buy your $10 ticket. If you wait until Saturday, tickets are $18.

Lincoln Students, show your Southside Pride by participating in our attendance challenge! Students who have perfect attendance from Nov. 26th to Dec. 12th will receive free admission to the home basketball game on Dec. 14th against Hoover. Help us pack the roundhouse by having perfect attendance! That means no tardies or absences during that time. If you have any questions please see Mr. Beckel.

Sophomores and Juniors- The link to sign up for central campus classes is now open until Winter break. If you have not signed up yet you need to do so! If you need help, please see a counselor in the counseling center.

Best Buddies Lincoln will be having a meeting after school today from 3:30 to 4:30 in room 3160. Connect with your buddy and come together. All members need to attend.

November 28, 2018
The Boys Varsity Basketball team opens conference play against East at Wells Fargo Arena on December 1st. The tipoff is scheduled for 3:30pm and the Iowa Wolves play the Suns at 7pm. One ticket gets you in both games but tickets need to be bought in advance! Stop in the activities office to buy your $10 ticket. If you wait until Saturday, tickets are $18.

Lincoln Students, show your Southside Pride by participating in our attendance challenge! Students who have perfect attendance from Nov. 26th to Dec. 12th will receive free admission to the home basketball game on Dec. 14th against Hoover. Help us pack the roundhouse by having perfect attendance! That means no tardies or absences during that time. If you have any questions please see Mr. Beckel.

Sophomores and Juniors- The link to sign up for central campus classes is now open until Winter break. If you have not signed up yet you need to do so! If you need help, please see a counselor in the counseling center.

November 27, 2018
The Boys Varsity Basketball team opens conference play against East at Wells Fargo Arena on December 1st. The tipoff is scheduled for 3:30pm and the Iowa Wolves play the Suns at 7pm. One ticket gets you in both games but tickets need to be bought in advance! Stop in the activities office to buy your $10 ticket. If you wait until Saturday, tickets are $18.

Lincoln Students, show your Southside Pride by participating in our attendance challenge! Students who have perfect attendance from Nov. 26th to Dec. 12th will receive free admission to the home basketball game on Dec. 14th against Hoover. Help us pack the roundhouse by having perfect attendance! That means no tardies or absences during that time. If you have any questions please see Mr. Beckel.

Sophomores Juniors- The link to sign up for central campus classes is now open until Winter break. If you have not signed up yet you need to do so! If you need help, please see a counselor in the counseling center.

November 26, 2018
The Boys Varsity Basketball team opens conference play against East at Wells Fargo Arena on December 1st. The tipoff is scheduled for 3:30pm and the Iowa Wolves play the Suns at 7pm. One ticket gets you in both games but tickets need to be bought in advance! Stop in the activities office to buy your $10 ticket. If you wait until Saturday, tickets are $18.

Lincoln Students, show your Southside Pride by participating in our attendance challenge! Students who have perfect attendance from Nov. 26th to Dec. 12th will receive free admission to the home basketball game on Dec. 14th against Hoover. Help us pack the roundhouse by having perfect attendance! That means no tardies or absences during that time. If you have any questions please see Mr. Beckel.

Sophomores Juniors- The link to sign up for central campus classes is now open until Winter break. If you have not signed up yet you need to do so! If you need help, please see a counselor in the counseling center.

November 20, 2018
The Boys Varsity Basketball team opens conference play against East at Wells Fargo Arena on December 1st. The tipoff is scheduled for 3:30pm and the Iowa Wolves play the Suns at 7pm. One ticket gets you in both games but tickets need to be bought in advance! Stop in the activities office to buy your $10 ticket. If you wait until Saturday, tickets are $18.

Today through second lunch is your last opportunity to get your ticket button–your pass out of class for the super fun senior v Faculty Volleyball Game, last block of the day. Donate your 2 nonperishable food items to the table in the commons during both lunches and before school and help Combat Hunger and fill the Iowa Food Bank. Show some Southside Pride and help your community. For your generosity, you get a pass out of class (that is your button) during 4th block today at 2:15 to attend the Senior v Faculty Volleyball game! Brought to you by your StuCo Leadership!

Lincoln Students, show your Southside Pride by participating in our attendance challenge! Students who have perfect attendance from Nov. 26th to Dec. 12th will receive free admission to the home basketball game on Dec. 14th against Hoover. Help us pack the roundhouse by having perfect attendance! That means no tardies or absences during that time. If you have any questions please see Mr. Beckel.
The girl’s track and field team will not begin off-season workouts tomorrow. The first day will be Monday the 26th. Be prepared to test out. Thank you!

Sophomores Juniors- The link to sign up for central campus classes is now open until Winter break. If you have not signed up yet you need to do so! If you need help, please see a counselor in the counseling center.

November 19, 2018
Today and tomorrow through second lunch are your last opportunities to get your ticket button–your pass out of class for the super fun Senior v Faculty Volleyball Game, last block of the day. Donate your 2 non perishable food items to the table in the commons during both lunches and before school and help Combat Hunger and fill the Iowa Food Bank. Show some Southside Pride and help your community. For your generosity, you get a pass out of class (that’s your button) during 4th block tomorrow at 2:15 to attend the Senior v Faculty Volleyball game! Brought to you by your StuCo Leadership!

Lincoln Students, show your Southside Pride by participating in our attendance challenge! Students who have perfect attendance from Nov. 26th to Dec. 12th will receive free admission to the home basketball game on Dec. 14th against Hoover. Help us pack the roundhouse by having perfect attendance! That means no tardies or absences during that time period. If you have any questions please see Mr. Beckel.
The girls track and field team will not begin off season workouts tomorrow. The first day will be Monday the 26th. Be prepared to test out. Thank you!
Congratulations to Lincoln’s six students that performed in the Iowa All State Music Festival this past weekend. Students tried out for a spot in the All State Band, Choir, and Orchestra through a rigorous and competitive audition. Representing the top 2% of Iowa high school musicians, Angela Bruce, Marquis Bundy, Matthew Eclatt, Julela Olson, and Owen Yoder performed with the All State Choir and Ryan Hyslope performed with the All State Band. This was a huge achievement for these students and a great triumph for Lincoln’s music department. Congratulations!
Please take a moment and congratulate the leaders of the Sisters 4 Success Lincoln Chapter
President -Sara Hassan
Vice President- Gift Fulbel
Secretary -Asascia Manderson
Treasurer -Susmita Wagle
Personal Rep. -Fatu Sheriff

November 14, 2018
Hey Lincoln! The senior v Faculty Volleyball game is a week from tomorrow and you do not want to miss it!
How do you get out of class the last block of Tuesday, November 20th? Donate 2 non perishable food items for a button ticket. That button is your pass out of class on November 20th to have a fun time at the Senior v Faculty Volleyball game. Your StuCo will be in the commons during all lunches starting tomorrow–so drop off your donation, get a button ticket and help Combat Hunger fill the Iowa Food Bank.

Seniors! There is still time to put a team together and play some volleyball against the faculty on November 20th! Cost to play is just 1 non perishable food item per player. Check out the theme contests as well and plan to win! We’ve extended the deadline for teams to this Friday! Get your friends! Get your club or any activity you are in and send a captain to the journalism room, 2280 and pick up a roster packet. All your players must be seniors because this is the annual Senior v Faculty Volleyball game as we Combat Hunger and fill the Iowa Food Bank! Don’t miss this fun time a week from tomorrow at 2:25!

For the girls planning to go out for Track and Field, there will be a quick team meeting TODAY at 1:45 in the Roundhouse. Please be there on time. Thank you.
Lincoln students, starting this week there will be random tardy sweeps through out the building each day in an attempt to continue to get students to class on time and keep the halls clear. If you are not on time to class and you don’t have a pass from a teacher, you risk being caught up in these tardy sweeps. Please do your best to get to class on time and don’t walk the halls when you shouldn’t. Phone calls home, detentions, and ineligibility for extra curricular activities will be involved for students that find themselves in the halls when they should be in class. Thank you
Sisters 4 Success will be selling Thank you grams during lunch this week in commons. The thank you grams will be delivered next Tuesday, before break. Please stop by and pick up a thank you gram and thank someone today.

Boys Soccer Players – Open gym is moving to Thursday nights from 7:45-9:15 in the RAILS gym.

November 13, 2018
Hey Lincoln! The senior v Faculty Volleyball game is a week from tomorrow and you do not want to miss it!
How do you get out of class the last block of Tuesday, November 20th? Donate 2 non perishable food items for a button ticket. That button is your pass out of class on November 20th to have a fun time at the Senior v Faculty Volleyball game. Your StuCo will be in the commons during all lunches starting tomorrow–so drop off your donation, get a button ticket and help Combat Hunger fill the Iowa Food Bank.

Seniors! There is still time to put a team together and play some volleyball against the faculty on November 20th! Cost to play is just 1 non perishable food item per player. Check out the theme contests as well and plan to win! We’ve extended the deadline for teams to this Friday! Get your friends! Get your club or any activity you are in and send a captain to the journalism room, 2280 and pick up a roster packet. All your players must be seniors because this is the annual Senior v Faculty Volleyball game as we Combat Hunger and fill the Iowa Food Bank! Don’t miss this fun time a week from tomorrow at 2:25!
For the girls planning to go out for Track and Field, there will be a quick team meeting on Wednesday the 14th at 1:45 in the Roundhouse. Please be there on time. Thank you.”
Lincoln students, starting this week there will be random tardy sweeps through out the building each day in an attempt to continue to get students to class on time and keep the halls clear. If you are not on time to class and you don’t have a pass from a teacher, you risk being caught up in these tardy sweeps. Please do your best to get to class on time and don’t walk the halls when you shouldn’t. Phone calls home, detentions, and ineligibility for extra curricular activities will be involved for students that find themselves in the halls when they should be in class. Thank you
Sisters 4 Success will be selling Thank you grams during lunch this week in commons. The thank you grams will be delivered next Tuesday, before break. Please stop by and pick up a thank you gram and thank someone today.

Boys Soccer Players – Open gym is moving to Thursday nights from 7:45-9:15 in the RAILS gym.
A new round of seminars will begin today. Between classes this morning, please make sure that you check to see where you should report for the seminar you are assigned. You should be signed up for the same course for all 4 days.
If you do not sign up for a seminar, at 10am you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

November 12, 2018

Boys Basketball tryouts are today, November 12.
Freshmen start at 5:30pm at RAILS
Sophomores start at 7:45pm at the Roundhouse
Varsity starts at 5:45am at the Roundhouse

Hey Lincoln! The Senior v Faculty Volleyball game is a week from tomorrow and you do not want to miss it!
How do you get out of class the last block of Tuesday, November 20th? Donate 2 non perishable food items for a button ticket. That button is your pass out of class on November 20th to have a fun time at the Senior v Faculty Volleyball game. Your StuCo will be in the commons during all lunches starting tomorrow–so drop off your donation, get a button ticket and help Combat Hunger fill the Iowa Food Bank.

Senors! There is still time to put a team together and play some volleyball against the faculty on November 20th! Cost to play is just 1 non perishable food item per player. Check out the theme contests as well and plan to win! We’ve extended the deadline for teams to this Friday! Get your friends! Get your club or any activity you are in and send a captain to the journalism room, 2280 and pick up a roster packet. All your players must be seniors because this is the annual Senior v Faculty Volleyball game as we Combat Hunger and fill the Iowa Food Bank! Don’t miss this fun time a week from tomorrow at 2:25!
For the girls planning to go out for Track and Field, there will be a quick team meeting on Wednesday the 14th at 1:45 in the Roundhouse. Please be there on time. Thank you.”
Lincoln students, starting this week there will be random tardy sweeps through out the building each day in an attempt to continue to get students to class on time and keep the halls clear. If you are not on time to class and you don’t have a pass from a teacher, you risk being caught up in these tardy sweeps. Please do your best to get to class on time and don’t walk the halls when you shouldn’t. Phone calls home, detentions, and ineligibility for extra curricular activities will be involved for students that find themselves in the halls when they should be in class. Thank you
Sisters 4 Success will be selling Thank you grams during lunch this week in commons. The thank you grams will be delivered next Tuesday, before break. Please stop by and pick up a thank you gram and thank someone today.

November 5, 2018
Congratulations to the Lincoln Girls Swim Team for their outstanding performances at the 2018 Girls State Swim meet this past weekend. The girl swimmers took 15th overall as a team in the state and broke three school records. Congratulations to Cat Dooley and Aubrey Douds for their lifetime best swims and multiple top 12 finishes this weekend! Great season Lincoln swimmers!
Seniors! Put a team together for the senior v Faculty Volleyball game, last hour of the day, November 20!
Send a captain to pick-up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280 today. The cost to play is one nonperishable food item per player. Theme up your team–there are prizes for a bunch of theme categories!
Stay tuned Lincoln! You will want to attend this event as we team up with Combat Hunger for our annual food drive. Details coming soon!
The Lois Dale Scholarship is now available. Please see Ms. Minnehan to get one. This scholarship is for a full ride to college for 4 years.
Congratulations to the Lincoln Cheerleaders who competed at the State Championships on Saturday. Cheer Dance placed 10th in the state and the timeout received 9th. Congratulations to these hard working ladies.
Do not forget to sign up for seminars that begin tomorrow. Sign in and find out if you have been assigned to a seminar by a teacher or if you have a CHOICE. If you have Choice, make sure that you sign up for a seminar TODAY.
You must sign up for the SAME seminar all 4 days even if you attend Central Campus. Make sure that after you have chosen all 4 days that you click on the SAVE button.

November 2, 2018
Seniors! It’s time to put your team together for the annual Seniors vs Faculty volleyball game taking place on November 20.
Captains–grab a roster packet in the journalism room, 2280, sign up your team. Each team donates as many non perishable food items in order to play.
Theme up your team! Best theme costumes contest! Lots of fun!
Start planning now!
The Lois Dale Scholarship is now available. Please see Ms. Minnehan to get one. This scholarship is for a full ride to college for 4 years.
Trendsettas is hosting tryouts tomorrow at Lincoln Rails at 10am. Please see Mr. Cheatom or Ms. Minnehan if you have any questions.
If you’re interested in taking the ASVAB test on November 7th, please see Ms. Minnehan to get signed up.

Today and tomorrow are the last days you can see this amazing production. Lincoln Theatre Arts is presenting “The Humor Games”! a parody of the popular young adult novel series “The Hunger Games”. Watch as Katskills Wintergreen learns life lessons through comedy and difficult challenges. Today and tomorrow at 7pm in the Lincoln Auditorium. Tickets are ONLY $5! Also, have you ever wanted to pie a teacher in the face? Now is your chance as we are doing our Pies for Patients drive during the show! Bring change to drop into a teacher’s bin and the teacher with the most money will get pied closing night! All proceeds from this drive go towards Blank Children’s Hospital. Give what you can!

November 1, 2018

Seniors! It’s time to put your team together for the annual Seniors vs Faculty volleyball game taking place on November 20.
Captains–grab a roster packet in the journalism room, 2280, sign up your team. Each team donates as many non perishable food items in order to play.
Theme up your team! Best theme costumes contest! Lots of fun!
Start planning now!
The Lois Dale Scholarship is now available. Please see Ms. Minnehan to get one. This scholarship is for a full ride to college for 4 years.
Trendsettas is hosting tryouts this Saturday at Lincoln Rails at 10am. Please see Mr. Cheatom or Ms. Minnehan if you have any questions.
If you’re interested in taking the ASVAB test on November 7th, please see Ms. Minnehan to get signed up.

Today, Friday, and Saturday, Lincoln Theatre Arts is presenting “The Humor Games”! a parody of the popular young adult novel series “The Hunger Games”. Watch as Katskills Wintergreen learns life lessons through comedy and difficult challenges. November 1st, 2nd, and 3rd at 7pm in the Lincoln Auditorium. Tickets are ONLY $5! Also, have you ever wanted to pie a teacher in the face? Now is your chance as we are doing our Pies for Patients drive during the show! Bring change to drop into a teacher’s bin and the teacher with the most money will get pied closing night! All proceeds from this drive go towards Blank Children’s Hospital. Give what you can!

October 29, 2018
For students who are planning on going with Ms. Mobley and Ms. Simpson to the Angie Thomas author visit, you will need to turn in your permission slips on Monday. There will be a short meeting in Ms. Simpson’s room 3490 after school to get organized for the event.
If you have not picked up your Academic Awards night letter please do so with Ms. Reeves in student services.
GIRLS BASKETBALL OPEN GYM CANCELLED FOR TUESDAY NIGHT.
Congratulations to the Lincoln Girls Swim team for their outstanding performance at the regional swim meet on Saturday in Fort Dodge. The rails took 2nd overall at the regional and qualified 11 girls to the state meet this weekend in Marshalltown. Nice work ladies and good luck at state!
Seniors! It’s time to put your team together for the annual Seniors vs Faculty volleyball game taking place on November 20.
Captains–grab a roster packet in the journalism room, 2280, sign up your team. Each team donates as many non perishable food items in order to play.
Theme up your team! Best theme costumes contest! Lots of fun!
Start planning now!

October 22, 2018

Seniors! Start planning ahead and put together your volleyball team for the annual Seniors vs Teachers Volleyball Tournament coming up November 2. Captains–each player will need to donate 2 non perishable food items for Combat Hunger. Roster forms will be available next week in the journalism room, 2280. Get going and put a team together.

Do not forget to sign up for seminars that begin tomorrow. Sign in and find out if you have been assigned to a seminar by a teacher or if you have a CHOICE. If you have Choice, make sure that you sign up for a seminar TODAY.
You must sign up for the SAME seminar all 4 days even if you attend Central Campus. Make sure that after you have chosen all 4 days that you click on the SAVE button.
A HUGE CONGRAULATIONS to our Lincoln students that auditioned for and were selected to be in the Iowa All State Choir and Band!
Ryan Hyslope was selected to be in the All State band for his second year.
Angela Bruce was selected to be in the All State choir for her second year, with first-year-members Marquis Bundy, Matthew Eclatt, Julela Olson, and Owen Yoder.
This is a HUGE accomplishment for our railsplitter students! They will represent Lincoln with the top 15% of high school musicians from across the state in the Iowa All State Music Festival in November.

October 19, 2018
Academic Decathlon practice is canceled for this afternoon. It will resume November 2nd.
We are still accepting new members! See Mrs. Schlagel or Mr. Nizzi.

Congratulations to junior Andrew Kline for advancing to the State XC Meet in Fort Dodge on Saturday, October 27th!!! Andrew placed 12th in last night’s District Meet which was held in Indianola, and overall the team placed 6th. Less than one month after having just competed on the Pickard Park course, 6 of the team’s runners improved their time, several by 30+ seconds or more!!! Great job guys!!!
Reminder that your National Honor Society applications are due today.

October 18, 2018
Seniors! Today is your last chance to vote for your senior class president! Go to your Infinite Campus and vote by the end of the school day.
Angie Thomas, the author of ‘The Hate U Give’ will be visiting Des Moines to speak about her life, the book, and the upcoming movie. If you are interested in going on Nov 2nd, please see Ms. Simpson in Room 3490 or Ms. Mobley in Room 3200 for more information.
ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING BASKETBALL THIS YEAR PLEASE STOP COACH HARRISON’S ROOM, ROOM 3060 FOR INFORMATION SHEET.
AGAIN, GIRLS BASKETBALL INFORMATION — SEE COACH HARRISON – ROOM 3060

October 17, 2018
Seniors! Today is your last chance to vote for your senior class president! Go to your Infinite Campus and vote by the end of the school day.
Angie Thomas, the author of ‘The Hate U Give’ will be visiting Des Moines to speak about her life, the book, and the upcoming movie. If you are interested in going on Nov 2nd, please see Ms. Simpson in Room 3490 or Ms. Mobley in Room 3200 for more information.
ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING BASKETBALL THIS YEAR PLEASE STOP COACH HARRISON’S ROOM, ROOM 3060 FOR INFORMATION SHEET.
AGAIN, GIRLS BASKETBALL INFORMATION — SEE COACH HARRISON – ROOM 3060

October 16, 2018
Students- We will be hosting a picture retake day today for students that missed the initial round of school photos. There will be announcements made throughout the day, reminding students that they have their school picture retaken in the small gym.
Angie Thomas, the author of ‘The Hate U Give’ will be visiting Des Moines to speak about her life, the book, and the upcoming movie. If you are interested in going on Nov 2nd, please see Ms. Simpson in Room 3490 or Ms. Mobley in Room 3200 for more information.
Dream to Teach will meet today after school in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. If you’ve ever thought about teaching as a career stop by and check us out!
A new round of seminars will begin today. Between classes this morning, please make sure that you check to see where you should report for the seminar you are assigned. You should be signed up for the same course for all 4 days.
If you do not sign up for a seminar, at 9:55 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

October 15, 2018
Students- We will be hosting a picture retake day tomorrow for students that missed the initial round of school photos. There will be announcements made throughout the day, reminding students that they have their school picture retaken in the auditorium tomorrow
Angie Thomas, the author of ‘The Hate U Give’ will be visiting Des Moines to speak about her life, the book, and the upcoming movie. If you are interested in going on Nov 2nd, please see Ms. Simpson in Room 3490 or Ms. Mobley in Room 3200 for more information.
Dream to Teach will meet tomorrow after school in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. If you’ve ever thought about teaching as a career stop by and check us out!
Do not forget to sign up for seminars that begin tomorrow. Sign in and find out if you have been assigned to a seminar by a teacher or if you have a CHOICE. If you have Choice, make sure that you sign up for a seminar TODAY.
You must sign up for the SAME seminar all 4 days even if you attend Central Campus. Make sure that after you have chosen all 4 days that you click on the SAVE button.
Seniors! It’s time to vote for your senior class president. Voting begins in your Rail Time after the Power Point. Go to your Infinite Campus to vote today through Thursday, end of day. Infinite Campus allows you to only vote once.

October 10, 2018
Congratulations to the Lincoln Girls swim team for beating East last night 96 to 25. With the win the Rails repeat as back to back regular season conference champions for the first time in school history. The swimmers now aim at the conference championship meet next week in Ottumwa to attempt to win back to back conference meet titles as well. Nice work ladies!
This Friday, October 12th we will be using the tennis court parking lot as part of our military night presentation, which means that students parking in that lot will need to have their cars cleared out not later than 4:00 pm. Any car that is left in the lot after 4:00 pm will be towed at the owners expense. If questions, please see Mr. Beckel or Mr. Chia.
Seniors! Your senior class President candidates are campaigning now. Look for their posters and follow us on Twitter at therailsonline for more information and videos. Voting will take place next Monday in your Rail Time on Infinite Campus and continue through Thursday, end of day. The job of senior class president is one of responsibility and accountability for all senior events—choose wisely.
Angie Thomas, the author of ‘The Hate U Give’ will be visiting Des Moines to speak about her life, the book, and the upcoming movie. If you are interested in going on Nov 2nd, please see Ms. Simpson in Room 3490 for more information

October 4, 2018

 

Imagine designing a state-of-the-art stadium, planning the construction of a suspension bridge, or transforming the vision for an urban center into a reality while you’re still in high school. If this interest you then consider joining the ACE mentor program where you get to work with local Architects, Contractors and Engineering to design real-life projects. For more information please see Mr. Mack in room 1290.  The dead line to sign-up is Oct. 23. 

Have you ever wanted to design your own Lincoln T-shirt? Here is your chance!

In partnership with BLH, the Lincoln Activities office is running a T-shirt design contest.Shirts with the winning design will be available for purchase at the final football game of the season and for the entirety of this school year at home athletic events. The winner of the contest will be given a free t-shirt with their design on it and a piece of Lincoln Under Armour gear. Entries are due by Today October 4th.

Questions about the contest can be handled by Mr. Navin in room 1410.

Juniors and Seniors, are you interested in going to UNI? On October 25th we will be traveling to UNI for their multicultural access day. If you’re interested in attending please come get a permission slip from Ms. Minnehan in the counseling office. It’s first come first serve and we have limited spots!

 

 

October 3, 2018

 

Imagine designing a state-of-the-art stadium, planning the construction of a suspension bridge, or transforming the vision for an urban center into a reality while you’re still in high school. If this interest you then consider joining the ACE mentor program where you get to work with local Architects, Contractors and Engineering to design real-life projects. For more information please see Mr. Mack in room 1290.  The dead line to sign-up is Oct. 23. 

Have you ever wanted to design your own Lincoln T-shirt? Here is your chance!

In partnership with BLH, the Lincoln Activities office is running a T-shirt design contest.Shirts with the winning design will be available for purchase at the final football game of the season and for the entirety of this school year at home athletic events. The winner of the contest will be given a free t-shirt with their design on it and a piece of Lincoln Under Armour gear. Entries are due by October 4th.

Questions about the contest can be handled by Mr. Navin in room 1410.

Juniors and Seniors, are you interested in going to UNI? On October 25th we will be traveling to UNI for their multicultural access day. If you’re interested in attending please come get a permission slip from Ms. Minnehan in the counseling office. It’s first come first serve and we have limited spots!

 

 

October 2, 2018

Imagine designing a state-of-the-art stadium, planning the construction of a suspension bridge, or transforming the vision for an urban center into a reality while you are still in high school. If this interest you then consider joining the ACE mentor program where you get to work with local Architects, Contractors and Engineering to design real-life projects. For more information, please see Mr. Mack in room 1290.  The dead line to sign-up is Oct. 23. 

Lincoln High School after School Game Club! We will meet on Tuesdays from 3:30-5pm

Please see Mr. Bellegante in room 110 or Mr. Navin in room 1410 for questions!

Have you ever wanted to design your own Lincoln T-shirt? Here is your chance!

In partnership with BLH, the Lincoln Activities office will be running a T-shirt design contest for the next several weeks. Shirts with the winning design will be available for purchase at the final football game of the season and for the entirety of this school year at home athletic events. The winner of the contest will be given a free t-shirt with their design on it and a piece of Lincoln Under Armour gear. Entries are due by Thursday October 4th.

Questions about the contest can be handled by Mr. Navin in room 1410.

Staff and students: The parking lot that is to the West of the roundhouse will be blocked off and reserved for college representatives on Wednesday, October 3rd for the college fair that will be taking place that day. No staff or students will be allowed to park in the roundhouse lot that day. Please be reminded that students may not park in the staff lot, and may need to park on the streets around Lincoln High School that day. If you have questions or concerns, please see Mr. Beckel in Student Services.

Do you receive free or reduced meals?  If you have not filled out an application for this year, your application expires after tomorrow.  Please have your parents apply online at the Des Moines Public School website.  The $15.00 loan policy will be in place so please fill out the application today.

October 1, 2018

Imagine designing a state-of-the-art stadium, planning the construction of a suspension bridge, or transforming the vision for an urban center into a reality while you are still in high school. If this interest you then consider joining the ACE mentor program where you get to work with local Architects, Contractors and Engineering to design real-life projects. For more information, please see Mr. Mack in room 1290.  The dead line to sign-up is Oct. 23. 

Lincoln High School After School Game Club! We will meet on Tuesdays from 3:30-5pm

Please see Mr. Bellegante in room 110 or Mr. Navin in room 1410 for questions!

Have you ever wanted to design your own Lincoln T-shirt? Here is your chance!

In partnership with BLH, the Lincoln Activities office will be running a T-shirt design contest for the next several weeks. Shirts with the winning design will be available for purchase at the final football game of the season and for the entirety of this school year at home athletic events. The winner of the contest will be given a free t-shirt with their design on it and a piece of Lincoln Under Armour gear. Entries are due by Thursday October 4th.

Questions about the contest can be handled by Mr. Navin in room 1410.

Staff and students: The parking lot that is to the West of the roundhouse will be blocked off and reserved for college representatives on Wednesday, October 3rd for the college fair that will be taking place that day. No staff or students will be allowed to park in the roundhouse lot that day. Please be reminded that students may not park in the staff lot, and may need to park on the streets around Lincoln High School that day. If you have questions or concerns, please see Mr. Beckel in Student Services.

Congratulations to the Lincoln Marching Band on their outstanding performances Saturday at the SW Iowa Band Jamboree. The marching band placed 2nd in class 4A parade competition and 2nd in class 4A field competition. Congratulations to all of the band students for all of their hard work!!

On Saturday, the boys cross country team traveled to Minneapolis, Minnesota to compete in the 2018 Roy Griak Invitational.  Seven runners set personal best times, including senior Miles Curtis, juniors Ben Alvarado and Josh Artero and sophomores Nate Bell and Coby Sanchez.  Juniors Alex Crimmins and Dominic Caligiuri set individual season best times.  The team will next travel on Thursday to Fort Dodge.

 

September 28, 2018

 

Imagine designing a state-of-the-art stadium, planning the construction of a suspension bridge, or transforming the vision for an urban center into a reality while you’re still in high school. If this interest you then consider joining the ACE mentor program where you get to work with local Architects, Contractors and Engineering to design real-life projects. For more information please see Mr. Mack in room 1290.  The dead line to sign-up is Oct. 23.

 

The parking lot that is to the West of the roundhouse will be blocked off and reserved for college representatives on Wednesday, October 3rd for the college fair that will be taking place that day. No staff or students will be allowed to park in the roundhouse lot that day. Please be reminded that students may not park in the staff lot, and may need to park on the streets around Lincoln High School that day. If  you have questions or concerns, please see Mr. Beckel in Student Services.

Have you ever wanted to design your own Lincoln T-shirt? Here is your chance!

In partnership with BLH, the Lincoln Activities office will be running a T-shirt design contest for the next week. Shirts with the winning design will be available for purchase at the final football game of the season and for the entirety of this school year at home athletic events. The winner of the contest will be given a free t-shirt with their design on it and a piece of Lincoln Under armour gear. Entries are due by Thursday October 4th!

September 25, 2018

 

Any ladies interested in participating in Sisters 4 Success needs to stop by Mrs. Noring’s room to pick up an application, in room 3480, anytime today. These must be turned in by Wednesday, September 26th.

Dream to teach will meet today after  school in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. If you’ve ever considered being a teacher in the future, stop by and check us out!

Let your voice be heard! If you are a US citizen, an Iowa resident and 18 by this November 6th, stop by the StuCo table in the commons today and register to vote! It just takes a minute and you will be ready to be the change and make your voice heard at election time.

 

September 21, 2018

All Academic Decathlon members and those interested to find out about this team, please go to room 3270 today after school.

Last night the boys cross country team traveled to Indinaola to compete in one of their biggest meets of the year.  The team was led by junior Andrew Klein’s 5th place finish.  Personal best times were run by senior Keylan Irvin and sophomore Nate Bell.  Next Thursday the Junior Varsity will travel to SE Polk to run and a week from Saturday the Varsity team travels to Minneapolis, Minnesota to compete in the Griak Invitational.

 

Any ladies interested in participating in Sisters 4 Success needs to stop by Mrs. Noring’s room to pick up an application, in room 3480, anytime today.

 

September 18, 2018

 

Dream to Teach will meet after school today in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. If you’ve ever considered teaching as a profession and would like to learn more about the program, stop by tomorrow or see Ms. Simpson if you are unable to attend.

 

A new round of seminars will begin today. Between classes this morning, please make sure that you check to see where you should report for the seminar you are assigned. You should be signed up for the same course for all 4 days.

If you do not sign up for a seminar, at 9:55 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

 

All juniors interested in taking the PSAT test please listen to the following announcement:

The test will be administered on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 here at Lincoln High School.

Students will need to sign up in the main office with the bookkeeper. Students will need to sign up by September 20th there is a limited number of tests ordered so seats will be first come first serve. Students that sign up late are not guaranteed a seat and may be added to a wait list.

The PSAT exam is OPTIONAL and costs $20

Why Take the exam?

  • It helps students prepare for the SAT
  • To enter National Merit Scholarship competitions for recognition and scholarships
  • Access to college and career planning materials
  • It assesses your critical reading, mathematical, reasoning, and writing skills
  • Receive guidance on how to improve your academic skills

Again, this exam is optional and is available to all juniors interested. The test is 20 dollars and sign up through the main office with the bookkeeper.

 

 

September 17, 2018

 

Congratulations to the Lincoln Girls Swim Team for winning the 2018 Marshalltown Invitational on Saturday. The Rails had to beat swimming powerhouse Johnston in order to claim the title, and did so by winning the meet by 34 points. First place swims by Lauren Benson, Cat Dooley, Aubrey Douds, and a top three finish by diver Chloe Pearson all helped the Rails to the victory. The swim team remains undefeated in the conference, and a top ten rated team in the state. Nice work ladies!

 

All juniors interested in taking the PSAT test please listen to the following announcement:

The test will be administered on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 here at Lincoln High School.

Students will need to sign up in the main office with the bookkeeper. Students will need to sign up by September 20th there is a limited number of tests ordered so seats will be first come first serve. Students that sign up late are not guaranteed a seat and may be added to a wait list.

The PSAT exam is OPTIONAL and costs $20

Why Take the exam?

  • It helps students prepare for the SAT
  • To enter National Merit Scholarship competitions for recognition and scholarships
  • Access to college and career planning materials
  • It assesses your critical reading, mathematical, reasoning, and writing skills
  • Receive guidance on how to improve your academic skills

Again, this exam is optional and is available to all juniors interested. The test is 20 dollars and sign up through the main office with the bookkeeper.

 

September 14, 2018

Homecoming tickets are ten dollars and are on sale in the commons before school and during all lunches. You must have your ID to purchase a ticket. Check out our posters and follow us on @therailsonline for spirit week fun activities. Get ready for Homecoming 2018!

 

All juniors interested in taking the PSAT test please listen to the following announcement:

The test will be administered on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 here at Lincoln High School.

Students will need to sign up in the main office with the bookkeeper. Students will need to sign up by September 20th there is a limited number of tests ordered so seats will be first come first serve. Students that sign up late are not guaranteed a seat and may be added to a wait list.

The PSAT exam is OPTIONAL and costs $20

Why Take the exam?

  • It helps students prepare for the SAT
  • To enter National Merit Scholarship competitions for recognition and scholarships
  • Access to college and career planning materials
  • It assesses your critical reading, mathematical, reasoning, and writing skills
  • Receive guidance on how to improve your academic skills

Again, this exam is optional and is available to all juniors interested. The test is 20 dollars and sign up through the main office with the bookkeeper.

Happy spirit day Lincoln! South side Pride! Yearbook photographers are around to take your picture for the yearbook! Look for them or post your photo on our twitter #Lhshomecoming.

This is your last chance to buy a homecoming ticket! We are selling during first and second lunch and that is it! Tickets are not sold at the door!

You will need your ticket and ID to enter the dance tomorrow night. Doors open at 7 pm. You will be directed to an alphabet line according to your last name. If you have a non LHS student guest, enter the alpha line according to your last name. We will be there to help everyone get in the correct line. This new process will get you into the dance super fast.

September 13, 2018

Homecoming tickets are ten dollars and are on sale in the commons before school and during all lunches. You must have your ID to purchase a ticket. Check out our posters and follow us on @therailsonline for spirit week fun activities. Get ready for Homecoming 2018!

All juniors interested in taking the PSAT test please listen to the following announcement:

The test will be administered on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 here at Lincoln High School.

Students will need to sign up in the main office with the bookkeeper. Students will need to sign up by September 20th there is a limited number of tests ordered so seats will be first come first serve. Students that sign up late are not guaranteed a seat and may be added to a wait list.

The PSAT exam is OPTIONAL and costs $20

Why Take the exam?

  • It helps students prepare for the SAT
  • To enter National Merit Scholarship competitions for recognition and scholarships
  • Access to college and career planning materials
  • It assesses your critical reading, mathematical, reasoning, and writing skills
  • Receive guidance on how to improve your academic skills

Again, this exam is optional and is available to all juniors interested. The test is 20 dollars and sign up through the main office with the bookkeeper.

September 12, 2018

Last night the boys cross country team competed at Valley High School against 14 other teams from around the state. The team was led by a 6th place finish from junior Andrew Klein.  Many runners set personal best times, including seniors Miles Curtis and Keylan Irvin, junior Ben Alvarado and sophomores Coby Sanchez and Brian Martinez-Flores.  The team will next compete on Saturday at Central College.

 

The Parade and the epic Powder puff game is tonight with kick off at 6:30 at Hutchins Stadium. This is a Southside tradition! Join us–two dollars at the gate–no SAT’s. If you are a participant in the parade tonight please be at your spot no later than 5pm. See your group sponsor for your spot number.  Homecoming Dance is Saturday, the 15th. Are you planning to bring a non LHS student to the dance?  If so, you need a guest form now! Pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or Student Services and notice the hard deadline is today to submit your guest form to Student Services for processing. You may not buy your guest ticket until your guest form is processed. Deadline is Wednesday, that is today–no exceptions. Tickets are ten dollars are on sale in the commons before school and during all lunches. You must have your ID to purchase a ticket. Check out our posters and follow us on @therailsonline for spirit week fun activities. Get ready for Homecoming 2018!

 

All juniors interested in taking the PSAT test please listen to the following announcement:

The test will be administered on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 here at Lincoln High School.

Students will need to sign up in the main office with the bookkeeper. Students will need to sign up by September 20th there is a limited number of tests ordered so seats will be first come first serve. Students that sign up late are not guaranteed a seat and may be added to a wait list.

The PSAT exam is OPTIONAL and costs $20

Why Take the exam?

  • It helps students prepare for the SAT
  • To enter National Merit Scholarship competitions for recognition and scholarships
  • Access to college and career planning materials
  • It assesses your critical reading, mathematical, reasoning, and writing skills
  • Receive guidance on how to improve your academic skills

Again, this exam is optional and is available to all juniors interested. The test is 20 dollars and sign up through the main office with the bookkeeper.

 

This announcement is for all interested males as well as any current and former B2B male students. You are invited to the Brother 2 Brother Lincoln High School Chapter, Meeting, today Sept. 12th, 2018 immediately after school. It will be our first official meeting as we get the year started. Please stop at my room 2380, next to the elevator on the 2nd floor, by the library. AGAIN, anyone interested in obtaining information and/or attending the meeting about Brother 2 Brother can see Mr. Lee, Room in 2380 after school, for more information.

September 11, 2018

Lincoln’s Dream to Teach will have its first meeting of the year in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490, after school today.  If you have ever thought of becoming a teacher, come check us out!

 

Let the memories begin Lincoln! Spirit Week is here! Today is Dynamic Duo! Find a yearbook staffer to take your picture or come to the journalism room, 2280 to have your picture taken for the yearbook. The  Parade and the epic Powder puff game is tomorrow with kick off at 6:30 at Hutchins Stadium. This is a Southside tradition! Join us–two dollars at the the gate–no SAT’s.  Homecoming Dance is Saturday, the 15th. Are you planning to bring a non LHS student to the dance?  If so, you need a guest form now! Pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or Student Services and notice the hard deadline is this Wednesday to submit your guest form to Student Services for processing. You may not buy your guest ticket until your guest form is processed. Deadline is Wednesday, that is tomorrow–no exceptions. Tickets are ten dollars are on sale in the commons before school and during all lunches. You must have your ID to purchase a ticket. Check out our posters and follow us on @therailsonline for spirit week fun activities. Get ready for Homecoming 2018!

 

Lincoln–you are voting for your Homecoming King and Queen today. Voting happens in Infinite Campus. Last chance to vote is Wednesday, end of day. Pay attention to our Power point and learn all about Spirit Week.

 

You’ve been waiting for this…your 2018 yearbook, if you ordered one last year, will be ready for pick-up immediately after school this Today. Please come to the journalism room, 2280. this coming Tuesday and not before. Check the list outside the door–if your name is not on the list, you did not order a book. We do not order extras.

 

 

All juniors interested in taking the PSAT test please listen to the following announcement:

The test will be administered on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 here at Lincoln High School.

Students will need to sign up in the main office with the bookkeeper. Students will need to sign up by September 12th there is a limited number of tests ordered so seats will be first come first serve. Students that sign up late are not guaranteed a seat and may be added to a wait list.

The PSAT exam is OPTIONAL and costs $20

Why Take the exam?

  • It helps students prepare for the SAT
  • To enter National Merit Scholarship competitions for recognition and scholarships
  • Access to college and career planning materials
  • It assesses your critical reading, mathematical, reasoning, and writing skills
  • Receive guidance on how to improve your academic skills

Again, this exam is optional and is available to all juniors interested. The test is 20 dollars and sign up through the main office with the bookkeeper.

 

This announcement is for all interested males as well as any current and former B2B male students. You are invited to the Brother 2 Brother Lincoln High School Chapter, Meeting, this Wednesday Sept. 12th, 2018 immediately after school. It will be our first official meeting as we get the year started. Please stop at my room 2380, next to the elevator on the 2nd floor, by the library. AGAIN, anyone interested in obtaining information and/or attending the meeting about Brother 2 Brother can see Mr. Lee, Room in 2380 after school, for more information.

 

September 10, 2018

Lincoln’s Dream to Teach will have its first meeting of the year in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490, after school today.  If you have ever thought of becoming a teacher, come check us out!

Let the memories begin Lincoln! Spirit Week is here! Today is Tropical Monday! Find a yearbook staffer to take your picture or come to the journalism room, 2280 to have your picture taken for the yearbook. The Kick off Spirit week kickball tournament begin today at 4:15 at the LHS softball and baseball fields at Rails. It is a dollar to get in and bring some extra money for the NHS concession stand. It is a perfect night to have lots of fun and cheer on 18 teams as they kick their way to the championship game.  Parade and Powder puff is Wednesday with kick off at 6:30 at Hutchins Stadium. This is a Southside tradition! Join us–two dollars at the gate–no SAT’s.  Homecoming Dance is Saturday, the 15th. Are you planning to bring a non LHS student to the dance?  If so, you need a guest form now! Pick up your guest form in the the journalism room, 2280 or Student Services and notice the hard deadline is this Wednesday to submit your guest form to Student Services for processing. You may not buy your guest ticket until your guest form is processed. Deadline is Wednesday–no exceptions. Tickets are ten dollars are on sale in the commons before school and during all lunches. You must have your ID to purchase a ticket. Check out our posters and follow us on @therailsonline for spirit week fun activities. Get ready for Homecoming 2018!

Lincoln–you are voting for your Homecoming King and Queen in your Rails Time today. Voting opens in Infinite Campus. Last chance to vote is Wednesday, end of day. Pay attention to our Power point and learn all about Spirit Week.

You’ve been waiting for this…your 2018 yearbook, if you ordered one last year, will be ready for pick-up immediately after school this Tuesday. Please come to the journalism room, 2280. This coming Tuesday and not before. Check the list outside the door–if your name is not on the list, you did not order a book. We do not order extras.

Two teams have not picked up your kickball team t-shirts in the journalism room. Do so immediately.

All Juniors interested in taking the PSAT test please listen to the following announcement:

The test will be administered on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 here at Lincoln High School.

Students will need to sign up in the main office with the bookkeeper. Students will need to sign up by September 12th there is a limited number of tests ordered so seats will be first come first serve. Students that sign up late are not guaranteed a seat and may be added to a wait list.

The PSAT exam is OPTIONAL and costs $20

Why Take the exam?

  • It helps students prepare for the SAT
  • To enter National Merit Scholarship competitions for recognition and scholarships
  • Access to college and career planning materials
  • It assesses your critical reading, mathematical, reasoning, and writing skills
  • Receive guidance on how to improve your academic skills

Again, this exam is optional and is available to all juniors interested. The test is 20 dollars and sign up through the main office with the bookkeeper.

The fist Gay Straight Alliance meeting of the year is today at 3:30 in room 2200. Join us to make Lincoln safe and accepting for all students.

September 7, 2018

Lincoln’s Dream to Teach will have its first meeting of the year in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490, after school on Tuesday, September 10th.  If you have ever thought of becoming a teacher, come check us out!

Let the memories begin! Spirit week begins with tropical Monday. Dress in your best Hawaiian—we have something special for you to complete your look—see us in the commons Monday morning. Check out every spirit day on posters around the building.

Voting for homecoming king and queen is this Monday in Rail times. Check out the court in the office display case. Voting will be open on Infinite Campus through Wednesday, end of day.

Don’t miss the best event all year when we kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament Monday. The fun begins 4:30 when 18 teams battle it out at the softball and baseball fields at Rails. It is a dollar at the gate—no Concession stand is open! Bring your friends and have a great time.

Homecoming dance Guest forms are due next Wednesday to student services. No exceptions—late Guest forms will not be accepted. Guest forms are available now in student services and the journalism room, 2280. If your guest does not attend Lincoln, you need a processed guest form.

It’s the biggest dance of the year—homecoming Dance is Saturday, September 15th, 7 to 10 in the Roundhouse. You must be eligible to purchase a ticket. You must have less than 14 tardies and less than 10 unexcused absences as of September 14th. All tardy merits served by the 13th. Get to class if you want to join in the fun. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale in the commons before school and during all lunches. You must have an ID to purchase your ticket. If you are buying a ticket for your date, you must have their ID number as well.

Mark your calendars for the epic annual senior’s v junior powder puff game Wednesday following the parade! Kickoff is 6:30 at Hutchins stadium. Its two dollars at the gate. Bring your friends and have a blast at this traditional game—show your south side pride and show up to cheer on the girls!

Kickball Team Captains–your team shirts are in. Please pick them up after school today in the journalism room, 2280. Only team captains may pick up their team shirts. Captains are responsible for getting the correct sizes to your team. You will have a copy of your roster to do so.

All team members for the Kickball team named The Goat must see Mrs. Bradshaw  today in the journalism room, 2280. Please stop in any time during the day or after school.

You’ve been waiting for this…your 2018 yearbook, if you ordered one last year, will be ready for pick-up immediately after school this Tuesday. Please come to the journalism room, 2280. this coming Tuesday and not before. Check the list outside the door–if your name is not on the list, you did not order a book. We do not order extras.

The National ACT test is this Saturday, Sept. 8th at 8 a.m. at Rails Academy. Please bring the following items with you: a photo ID, the printed receipt from ACT, No. 2 pencils and an approved calculator. Please arrive no later than 7:50, you will not be admitted if you come after the test has started. Remember the test is at RAILS not MAIN.

Any girls that are interested in competing in track and field this upcoming Spring that are not out for a Fall and/or Winter sport should contact Coach Woodson (Garrett Woodson) or Coach Voogd (Scott Voogd) about joining cross country to do modified workouts that will prepare you for the track season. Thank you

All Juniors interested in taking the PSAT test please listen to the following announcement:

The test will be administered on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 here at Lincoln High School.

Students will need to sign up in the main office with the bookkeeper. Students will need to sign up by September 12th there is a limited number of tests ordered so seats will be first come first serve. Students that sign up late are not guaranteed a seat and may be added to a wait list.

The PSAT exam is OPTIONAL and costs $20

Why Take the exam?

  • It helps students prepare for the SAT
  • To enter National Merit Scholarship competitions for recognition and scholarships
  • Access to college and career planning materials
  • It assesses your critical reading, mathematical, reasoning, and writing skills
  • Receive guidance on how to improve your academic skills

Again, this exam is optional and is available to all juniors interested. The test is 20 dollars and sign up through the main office with the bookkeeper.

Attention all male students that are either interested in joining brother to brother or are current or past B2B male students. You are invited to the Brother 2 Brother Lincoln High School Chapter, Information/Interest Meeting, today immediately after school. It will be a brief meeting to get information about the program. Please stop at Mr. Lee’s room 2380, next to the elevator on the 2nd floor. AGAIN, anyone interested in obtaining information about Brother 2 Brother see Mr. Lee, Room 2380 after school for more information.

September 6, 2018

Lincoln’s Dream to Teach will have its first meeting of the year in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490, after school on Tuesday, September 10th.  If you have ever thought of becoming a teacher, come check us out!

Let the memories begin! Spirit week begins with tropical Monday. Dress in your best Hawaiian—we have something special for you to complete your look—see us in the commons Monday morning. Check out every spirit day on posters around the building.

Voting for homecoming king and queen is this Monday in Rail times. Check out the court in the office display case. Voting will be open on Infinite Campus through Wednesday, end of day.

Don’t miss the best event all year when we kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament Monday. The fun begins 4:30 when 18 teams battle it out at the softball and baseball fields at Rails. It is a dollar at the gate—no Concession stand is open! Bring your friends and have a great time.

Homecoming dance Guest forms are due next Wednesday to student services. No exceptions—late Guest forms will not be accepted. Guest forms are available now in student services and the journalism room, 2280. If your guest does not attend Lincoln, you need a processed guest form.

It’s the biggest dance of the year—homecoming Dance is Saturday, September 15th, 7 to 10 in the Roundhouse. You must be eligible to purchase a ticket. You must have less than 14 tardies and less than 10 unexcused absences as of September 14th. All tardy merits served by the 13th. Get to class if you want to join in the fun. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale in the commons before school and during all lunches. You must have an ID to purchase your ticket. If you are buying a ticket for your date, you must have their ID number as well.

Mark your calendars for the epic annual senior’s v junior powder puff game Wednesday following the parade! Kickoff is 6:30 at Hutchins stadium. Its two dollars at the gate. Bring your friends and have a blast at this traditional game—show your south side pride and show up to cheer on the girls!

The National ACT test is this Saturday, Sept. 8th at 8 a.m. at Rails Academy. Please bring the following items with you: a photo ID, the printed receipt from ACT, No. 2 pencils and an approved calculator. Please arrive no later than 7:50, you will not be admitted if you come after the test has started. Remember the test is at RAILS not MAIN.

Best Buddies will be meeting in room 3120 today. All current members and those interested in learning more about Best Buddies are welcome. Snacks will be provided.

Any girls that are interested in competing in track and field this upcoming Spring that are not out for a Fall and/or Winter sport should contact Coach Woodson (Garrett Woodson) or Coach Voogd (Scott Voogd) about joining cross country to do modified workouts that will prepare you for the track season. Thank you

RAILS ONLY- “Any boys interested in playing soccer this Spring, there will be a short informational meeting in Mr. Schipper’s room, 2130, this Thursday immediately school from 3:30-4:00.”

September 5, 2018

The last day for schedule changes will be today, September 5th at 2:00pm.

Lincoln’s Dream to Teach will have it’s first meeting of the year in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490, after school on Tuesday, September 10th.  If you’ve ever thought of becoming a teacher, come check us out!

Let the memories begin! Spirit week begins with tropical Monday. Dress in your best Hawaiian—we have something special for you to complete your look—see us in the commons Monday morning. Check out every spirit day on posters around the building.

Voting for homecoming king and queen is this Monday in Rail times. Check out the court in the office display case. Voting will be open on Infinite Campus through Wednesday, end of day.

Don’t miss the best event all year when we kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament Monday. The fun begins 4:30 when 18 teams battle it out at the softball and baseball fields at Rails. It’s a dollar at the gate—no Concession stand is open! Bring your friends and have a great time.

Homecoming dance Guest forms are due next Wednesday to student services. No exceptions—late Guest forms will not be accepted. Guest forms are available now in student services and the journalism room, 2280. If your guest does not attend Lincoln, you need a processed guest form.

It’s the biggest dance of the year—homecoming Dance is Saturday, September 15th, 7 to 10 in the Roundhouse. You must be eligible to purchase a ticket. You must have less than 14 tardies and less than 10 unexcused absences as of September 14th. All tardy merits served by the 13th. Get to class if you want to join in the fun. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale in the commons before school and during all lunches. You must have an ID to purchase your ticket. If you are buying a ticket for your date you must have their ID number as well.

Mark your calendars for the epic annual seniors v junior powder puff game Wednesday following the parade! Kick off is 6:30 at Hutchins stadium. It’s two dollars at the gate. Bring your friends and have a blast at this traditional game—show your south side pride and show up to cheer on the girls!

Attention all National Honor Society members you have a mandatory meeting today, September 5th at 1:55pm in Mr. Howett’s room 2070.

 

The National ACT test is this Saturday, Sept. 8th at 8 a.m. at Rails Academy. Please bring the following items with you: a photo ID, the printed receipt from ACT, No. 2 pencils and an approved calculator. Please arrive no later than 7:50, you will not be admitted if you come after the test has started. Remember the test is at RAILS not MAIN.

September 4, 2018

The last day for schedule changes will be tomorrow, September 5th at 2:00pm.

There will a short meeting after school today for Juniors who signed up for Powder Puff football in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490.  If you signed up but unable to attend on Tuesday, please see Ms. Simpson when you get a chance.

IF you would like to check out a locker, please see Mrs. Reeves in student services.

All boys interested in playing soccer in the spring – stop by Coach Simons’s room, 3210 for important offseason information.

Let the memories begin Lincoln! Homecoming is right around the corner! Spirit Week begins September 10th with Homecoming Dance on Saturday, the 15th. Are you planning to bring a non LHS student to the dance?  If so, you need a guest form now! Pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or Student Services and notice the hard deadline is September 12th submit your guest form to Student Services for processing. You may not buy your guest ticket until your guest form is processed. Deadline September 12th–no exceptions. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale Wednesday, September 6th in the commons before school and during lunches. You must have your ID to purchase a ticket. Check out our posters and follow us on @therailsonline for spirit week fun activities. Get ready for Homecoming 2018!

Spirit Week begins on Monday, September 10th! Check out our posters, display case as you walk out of the commons and follow us on our twitter, @therailsonline for details for every day. Show your southside pride and join in the fun by dressing up every day during Spirit Week. Get ready now! Monday, September 10th is tropical Monday!

Tickets are $10 and go on sale on sale Wednesday, September 10th–must have your ID to buy them in the commons before school and during both lunches.

Attention all National Honor Society members you have a mandatory meeting Wednesday, September 5th at 1:55pm in Mr. Howett’s room 2070.

August 31, 2018

The last day for schedule changes will be Wednesday, September 5th at 2:00pm.

There will a short meeting after school on Tuesday for Juniors who signed up for Powder Puff football in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490.  If you signed up but unable to attend on Tuesday, please see Ms. Simpson when you get a chance.

All people interested in ACADEMIC DECATHLON please see Mrs. Schlagel in room 3270 above the library after school! Room 3270.

Girls Basketball- Open gym will begin Tuesday at Rails from 7pm -8:30. Be there to learn even more. Contact Coach Harrison if you have questions.

IF you would like to check out a locker, please see Mrs. Reeves in student services.

All boys interested in playing soccer in the spring – stop by Coach Simons’s room, 3210 for important offseason information.

Attention, senior girls who signed up for powder puff…practice began last night.  Please make plans to attend as many practices as you can.  The game is less than 2 weeks away.  We go again today after school…5pm at Sayer Park.  For more details & a practice schedule, see Mr. Dow in room 3380.  After tonight, the next practice is Sunday.  Any questions see Mr. Dow.

Let the memories begin Lincoln! Homecoming is right around the corner! Spirit Week begins September 10th with Homecoming Dance on Saturday, the 15th. Are you planning to bring a non LHS student to the dance?  If so, you need a guest form now! Pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or Student Services and notice the hard deadline is September 12th submit your guest form to Student Services for processing. You may not buy your guest ticket until your guest form is processed. Deadline September 12th–no exceptions. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale Wednesday, September 6th in the commons before school and during lunches. You must have your ID to purchase a ticket. Check out our posters and follow us on @therailsonline for spirit week fun activities. Get ready for Homecoming 2018!

Spirit Week begins on Monday, September 10th! Check out our posters, display case as you walk out of the commons and follow us on our twitter, @therailsonline for details for every day. Show your southside pride and join in the fun by dressing up every day during Spirit Week. Get ready now! Monday, September 10th is Moana Monday–get your Hawaiian on and have some fun!

Tickets are $10 and go on sale on sale Wednesday, September 10th–must have your ID to buy them in the commons before school and during both lunches.

August 30, 2018

Students: There will not be any counselors in the building this morning until 10:30AM.

Girls Basketball- Open gym will begin Tuesday at Rails from 7pm -8:30. Be there to learn even more. Contact Coach Harrison if you have questions.

IF you would like to check out a locker, please see Mrs. Reeves in student services.

All boys interested in playing soccer in the spring – stop by Coach Simons’s room, 3210 for important offseason information.

Attention, senior girls who signed up for powder puff…practice began last night.  Please make plans to attend as many practices as you can.  The game is less than 2 weeks away.  We go again today after school…5pm at Sayer Park.  For more details & a practice schedule, see Mr. Dow in room 3380.  After tonight, the next practice is Sunday.  Any questions see Mr. Dow.

 

Let the memories begin Lincoln! Homecoming is right around the corner! Spirit Week begins September 10th with Homecoming Dance on Saturday, the 15th. Are you planning to bring a non LHS student to the dance?  If so, you need a guest form now! Pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or Student Services and notice the hard deadline is September 12th submit your guest form to Student Services for processing. You may not buy your guest ticket until your guest form is processed. Deadline September 12th–no exceptions. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale Wednesday, September 6th in the commons before school and during lunches. You must have your ID to purchase a ticket. Check out our posters and follow us on @therailsonline for spirit week fun activities. Get ready for Homecoming 2018!

 

Spirit Week begins on Monday, September 10th! Check out our posters, display case as you walk out of the commons and follow us on our twitter, @therailsonline for details for every day. Show your southside pride and join in the fun by dressing up everyday during Spirit Week. Get ready now! Monday, September 10th is Moana Monday–get your Hawaiian on and have some fun!

 

Tickets are $10 and go on sale on sale Wednesday, September 10th–must have your ID to buy them in the commons before school and during both lunches.

 

August 29, 2018

 

Attention Seniors who signed up to play powder puff…there will be a short meeting right after school in Mr. Dow’s room.  That’s room #3380.  Practice starts tomorrow so stop by room 3380 for a quick organizational meeting for senior powder puff.

 

We have 8 spots open for 10th grade upward bound. Benefits include free tutoring, paid college application fees, ACT prep, summer programming with a free trip, mentoring, and a stipend for good grades. See Ms. Minnehan in the counseling office for an application.

 

Auditions will be held for Lincoln Theatre Arts production of The Humor Games today, August 28th after school in the Drama room, room 3010. Come join Katskills Wintergreen and Tweeta Mellish in this crazy parody of the popular book series “The Hunger Games” where instead of arrows, humor is the weapon. Hope to see you there!

 

Let the memories begin Lincoln! Homecoming is right around the corner! Spirit Week begins September 10th with Homecoming Dance on Saturday, the 15th. Are you planning to bring a non LHS student to the dance?  If so, you need a guest form now! Pick up your guest form in the the journalism room, 2280 or Student Services and notice the hard deadline is September 12th submit your guest form to Student Services for processing. You may not buy your guest ticket until your guest form is processed. Deadline September 12th–no exceptions. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale Wednesday, September 6th in the commons before school and during lunches. You must have your ID to purchase a ticket. Check out our posters and follow us on @therailsonline for spirit week fun activities. Get ready for Homecoming 2018!

 

Spirit Week begins on Monday, September 10th! Check out our posters, display case as you walk out of the commons and follow us on our twitter, @therailsonline for details for every day. Show your southside pride and join in the fun by dressing up everyday during Spirit Week. Get ready now! Monday, September 10th is Moana Monday–get your Hawaiian on and have some fun!

 

 

August 28, 2018

 

Attention Seniors who signed up to play powder puff…there will be a short meeting right after school in Mr. Dow’s room.  That’s room #3380.  Practice starts tomorrow so stop by room 3380 for a quick organizational meeting for senior powder puff.

We have 8 spots open for 10th grade upward bound. Benefits include free tutoring, paid college application fees, ACT prep, summer programming with a free trip, mentoring, and a stipend for good grades. See Ms. Minnehan in the counseling office for an application.

Auditions will be held for Lincoln Theatre Arts production of The Humor Games today, August 28th after school in the Drama room, room 3010. Come join Katskills Wintergreen and Tweeta Mellish in this crazy parody of the popular book series “The Hunger Games” where instead of arrows, humor is the weapon. Hope to see you there!

Let the memories begin Lincoln! Homecoming is right around the corner! Spirit Week begins September 10th with Homecoming Dance on Saturday, the 15th. Are you planning to bring a non LHS student to the dance?  If so, you need a guest form now! Pick up your guest form in the the journalism room, 2280 or Student Services and notice the hard deadline is September 12th submit your guest form to Student Services for processing. You may not buy your guest ticket until your guest form is processed. Deadline September 12th–no exceptions. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale Wednesday, September 6th in the commons before school and during lunches. You must have your ID to purchase a ticket. Check out our posters and follow us on @therailsonline for spirit week fun activities. Get ready for Homecoming 2018!

Spirit Week begins on Monday, September 10th! Check out our posters, display case as you walk out of the commons and follow us on our twitter, @therailsonline for details for every day. Show your southside pride and join in the fun by dressing up everyday during Spirit Week. Get ready now! Monday, September 10th is Moana Monday–get your Hawaiian on and have some fun!

Tickets go on sale on sale Wednesday, September 10th–must have your ID to buy them in the commons before school and during both lunches.

 

August 24, 2018

Congratulations to the Lincoln girls swim team for defeating Waukee 96 to 90 last night. Waukee has placed top five in state the last three years, and the swimmers open up the season ranked in the top five of the state. Nice work ladies!

Let the memories begin Lincoln! Homecoming is right around the corner! Spirit Week begins September 10th with Homecoming Dance on Saturday, the 15th. Are you planning to bring a non LHS student to the dance?  If so, you need a guest form now! Pick up your guest form in the the journalism room, 2280 or Student Services and notice the hard deadline is September 12th submit your guest form to Student Services for processing. You may not buy your guest ticket until your guest form is processed. Deadline September 12th–no exceptions. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale Wednesday, September 6th in the commons before school and during lunches. You must have your ID to purchase a ticket. Check out our posters and follow us on @therailsonline for spirit week fun activities. Get ready for Homecoming 2018!

Attention former English II students of Mr. Werth: If you would like your journal writing from last year, you can come and retrieve them from room 3460. Please do this  before or after school. I will not give back notebooks October 18, 2018
Seniors! Today is your last chance to vote for your senior class president! Go to your Infinite Campus and vote by the end of the school day.
Angie Thomas, the author of ‘The Hate U Give’ will be visiting Des Moines to speak about her life, the book, and the upcoming movie. If you are interested in going on Nov 2nd, please see Ms. Simpson in Room 3490 or Ms. Mobley in Room 3200 for more information.
ALL GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING BASKETBALL THIS YEAR PLEASE STOP COACH HARRISON’S ROOM, ROOM 3060 FOR INFORMATION SHEET.
AGAIN, GIRLS BASKETBALL INFORMATION — SEE COACH HARRISON – ROOM 3060

You only have until next Friday, August 31st to claim them. Good luck with the school year!