Daily Announcements

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!