Daily Announcements

May 30, 2018

 

Make sure you have a seminar assignment for today. All seminars are help labs. You should sign up for seminars where you need help or time to complete work.

If you attend Central Campus, only sign up for the days you are at Lincoln for seminar.

Quiet Study Labs are available in this building. These labs provide a quiet place to study and are located in the Library, the Cafeteria and assorted classrooms. You must sign up for these labs.

If you have questions…see Mrs. Clough in the MTSS office located in Student Services.

This is a reminder that all textbooks and library books need to be returned to the library this week.  If you do not return the textbooks and/or library books, you checked out by Friday, June 1st, the cost of the textbooks and/or library books will be added to your fees in Infinite Campus.  See Mrs. Huisman in the library if you have any questions.

Attention Summer School Students! If you have not turned in your registration form, your opportunity to participate in Lincoln’s summer school is not guaranteed. Please turn in your summer school registration form today to reserve your spot! See Miss Schrup or your counselor with questions.

May 29, 2018

 

Make sure you have a seminar assignment for today. All seminars are help labs. You should sign up for seminars where you need help or time to complete work.

If you attend Central Campus, only sign up for the days you are at Lincoln for seminar.

Quiet Study Labs are available in this building. These labs provide a quiet place to study and are located in the Library, the Cafeteria and assorted classrooms. You must sign up for these labs.

If you have questions…see Mrs. Clough in the MTSS office located in Student Services.

This is a reminder that all textbooks and library books need to be returned to the library this week.  If you do not return the textbooks and/or library books, you checked out by Friday, June 1st, the cost of the textbooks and/or library books will be added to your fees in Infinite Campus.  See Mrs. Huisman in the library if you have any questions.

Attention Summer School Students! If you have not turned in your registration form, your opportunity to participate in Lincoln’s summer school is not guaranteed. Please turn in your summer school registration form today to reserve your spot! See Miss Schrup or your counselor with questions.

 

May 24, 2018

Make sure you have a seminar assignment for today. All seminars are help labs. You should sign up for seminars where you need help or time to complete work.

If you attend Central Campus, only sign up for the days you are at Lincoln for seminar.

Quiet Study Labs are available in this building. These labs provide a quiet place to study and are located in the Library, the Cafeteria and assorted classrooms. You must sign up for these labs.

If you have questions…see Mrs. Clough in the MTSS office located in Student Services.

The boys’ soccer team defeated Urbandale 4-1 yesterday to advance to Saturday’s substate final vs. Ankeny Centennial. Alex Alatorre scored the game-winning goal. Other scorers included Refuge Bargblor, Erika Ahumada, and Kevin Karambizi. The boys have now won 10 consecutive games.

Attention all boys interested in running cross country in the fall. There will be an important meeting Tuesday after school in Coach Hohl’s room.  Coach Hohl’s room is located down the stairs from the student service’s office in Room 100.  Please plan to attend this important meeting.

 

May 23, 2018

May 27th is the last day to order your 2018 yearbook–go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use code: 3735. All yearbooks must be preordered on the web site. You do not order a yearbook at registration.

“Attention seniors who had Mr. Dow’s class…if you wrote a senior letter, your letters are now available for pick-up!  Just stop by room 3380 before or after school to find your own personal time capsule!”

The boys’ soccer team plays its first playoff game vs. Urbandale today at 3:30 at Cownie Soccer Complex. The fan support has been incredible lately. Come out and watch us start our march to State. Dress for the heat!

Make sure you have a seminar assignment for today. All seminars are help labs. You should sign up for seminars where you need help or time to complete work.

If you attend Central Campus, only sign up for the days you are at Lincoln for seminar.

Quiet Study Labs are available in this building. These labs provide a quiet place to study and are located in the Library, the Cafeteria and assorted classrooms. You must sign up for these labs.

If you have questions…see Mrs. Clough in the MTSS office located in Student Services.

If you helped create, draw or paint the 4 panel mural hanging in the hallway, please come to the mural after the announcements for a picture.

May 22, 2018

 

May 27th is the last day to order your 2018 yearbook–go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use code: 3735. All yearbooks must be preordered on the web site. You did not order a yearbook at registration.

“Attention seniors who had Mr. Dow’s class…if you wrote a senior letter, your letters are now available for pick-up!  Just stop by room 3380 before or after school to find your own personal time capsule!”

The boys’ soccer team plays its first playoff game vs. Urbandale Wednesday at 3:30 at Cownie Soccer Complex. The fan support has been incredible lately. Come out and watch us start our march to State. Dress for the heat!

Make sure you have a seminar assignment for today. All seminars are help labs. You should sign up for seminars where you need help or time to complete work.

If you attend Central Campus, only sign up for the days you are at Lincoln for seminar.

Quiet Study Labs are available in this building. These labs provide a quiet place to study and are located in the Library, the Cafeteria and assorted classrooms. You must sign up for these labs.

If you have questions…see Mrs. Clough in the MTSS office located in Student Services.

The last Dream to Teach meeting of the year will be today after school in Ms. Simpson’s room. See you there!

 

May 21, 2018

May 27th is the last day to order your 2018 yearbook–go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use code: 3735. All yearbooks must be preordered on the web site. You did not order a yearbook at registration.

“Attention seniors who had Mr. Dow’s class…if you wrote a senior letter, your letters are now available for pick-up!  Just stop by room 3380 before or after school to find your own personal time capsule!”

All seminars will be help labs and you will be able to select a teacher up to a maximum of 2 times. You should sign up for seminars where you need help completing work.

Quiet Study Labs will be available in this building. These labs will provide quiet places to study and will be located in the Library, the Cafeteria and assorted classrooms. You must sign up for these labs. Students may choose these labs for more than 2 days. Make sure that after you have chosen all 7 days that you click on the SAVE button. If a seminar is full any of the days….you must choose another seminar.

If you have questions…your Rails Time teacher will be able to help you or see Mrs. Clough in the MTSS office on the long roundhouse hallway.

May 17, 2018

 

Students- Are you at least 17 1/2 years old and a US citizen? If so you can register to vote in the commons tomorrow from 10:30 to 1:15. All you need to know is your Social Security number or driver’s license number. Register to vote on Thursday!

Are you a sophomore or junior interested in getting ahead on classes during summer school? Then stop by the counseling center to learn more about summer online classes for Government and Econ. The deadline is May 17th and spots are limited.

All library books are due tomorrow, May 18th.

SENIORS: All library books and textbooks also need to be returned tomorrow, May 18th.  Your sign out sheet will not be signed until ALL books are returned and any outstanding library fees are paid. Please see Mrs. Huisman in the library if anyone has any questions.

May 27th is the last day to order your 2018 yearbook–go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use code: 3735. All yearbooks must be preordered on the web site. You did not order a yearbook at registration.

Juniors and sophomores! It’s never too early to talk about homecoming! We have an early homecoming next year and we have to start the fun now! Kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on September 10th. You must put your team together now! Send a captain to pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280. Collect your money and return it to the journalism room, 2280 by tomorrow,  May 18—-Put a team together and kick off the year and spirit week with this fun event. First teams in get the best color picks for your t-shirt. Homecoming 2018, Let the Memories Begin! Sign your kickball team up now! Don’t miss out!

Future juniors and seniors for next school year! Powder puff sign up is now in the journalism room, 2280. Don’t miss one of the best events on Wednesday of your spirit week next fall! Yes! We have to sign up early since your powder puff game is September 12. Sign up by this tomorrow, May 18!

Stop in to see Mr. White in the choir room – that’s room 2230 – to get information about joining Show Choir! Auditions for Show Choir will be held today after school in room 2230. It’s the last day! Come join the fun in show choir! 3:00 to 5:00 PM after school today!

“Attention seniors who had Mr. Dow’s class…if you wrote a senior letter, your letters are now available for pick-up!  Just stop by room 3380 before or after school to find your own personal time capsule!”

Seminar sign-up is now open for seminars starting next Tuesday. Sign in and find out if you have been assigned to a seminar by a teacher or if you have a CHOICE.

All seminars will be help labs and you will be able to select a teacher up to a maximum of 2 times. Sign up for seminars where you need help completing work before the end of the school year.

Quiet Study Labs will be available. These labs will provide quiet places to study and will be located in the Library, the Cafeteria and some assorted classrooms. You must sign up for these labs. Students may choose these labs more than 2 days.

Make sure that after you have chosen all 7 days that you click on the SAVE button. If a seminar is full any of the days….you must choose another seminar.

If you have questions or need help see Mrs. Clough in the MTSS office on the long roundhouse hallway.

 

 

 

May 16, 2018

Students- Are you at least 17 1/2 years old and a US citizen? If so you can register to vote in the commons tomorrow from 10:30 to 1:15. All you need to know is your Social Security number or driver’s license number. Register to vote on Thursday!

 

Are you a sophomore or junior interested in getting ahead on classes during summer school? Then stop by the counseling center to learn more about summer online classes for Government and Econ. The deadline is May 17th and spots are limited.

All library books are due on Friday, May 18th.

SENIORS: All your library books and textbooks also need to be returned on Friday, May 18th.  Your sign out sheet will not be signed until ALL books are returned and any outstanding library fees are paid.

Please see Mrs. Huisman in the library if anyone has any questions.

May 27th is the last day to order your 2018 yearbook–go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use code: 3735. All yearbooks must be preordered on the web site. You did not order a yearbook at registration.

Juniors and sophomores! It’s never too early to talk about homecoming! We have an early homecoming next year and we have to start the fun now! Kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on September 10th. You must put your team together now! Send a captain to pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280. Collect your money and return it to the journalism room, 2280 by this Friday,  May 18—-Put a team together and kick off the year and spirit week with this fun event. First teams in get the best color picks for your t-shirt. Homecoming 2018, Let the Memories Begin! Sign your kickball team up now! Don’t miss out!

Future juniors and seniors for next school year! Powder puff sign up is now in the journalism room, 2280. Don’t miss one of the best events on Wednesday of your spirit week next fall! Yes! We have to sign up early since your powder puff game is September 12. Sign up by this Friday, May 18!

 

Show Choir auditions will be tomorrow and Thursday. Stop in to see Mr. White in the choir room – that’s room 2230 – to get information about joining Show Choir!

Last night was senior night for the Lincoln girl’s soccer team where the girls defeated the bobcats of Marshalltown by the score of three to one. Lincoln was led by Jaycee Rombou’s two goals with Ashley Medina adding the third. The girls are back in action Thursday night at Ankeny centennial.

May 15, 2018

 

The boy’s soccer team rolled Perry 4-0 last night for its 8th straight victory. The boys play at Marshalltown tonight and host Norwalk to close the season on senior night Thursday.

Are you a sophomore or junior interested in getting ahead on classes during summer school? Then stop by the counseling center to learn more about summer online classes for Government and Econ. The deadline is May 17th and spots are limited.

 

All library books are due on Friday, May 18th

SENIORS: All your library books and textbooks also need to be returned on Friday, May 18th.  Your sign out sheet will not be signed until ALL books are returned and any outstanding library fees are paid.

Please see Mrs. Huisman in the library if anyone has any questions.

 

May 27th is the last day to order your 2018 yearbook–go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use code: 3735. All yearbooks must be preordered on the web site. You did not order a yearbook at registration.

 

Juniors and sophomores! It’s never too early to talk about homecoming! We have an early homecoming next year and we have to start the fun now! Kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on September 10th. You must put your team together now! Send a captain to pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280. Collect your money and return it to the journalism room, 2280 by this Friday,  May 18—-Put a team together and kick off the year and spirit week with this fun event. First teams in get the best color picks for your t-shirt. Homecoming 2018, Let the Memories Begin! Sign your kickball team up now! Don’t miss out!

 

Future juniors and seniors for next school year! Powder puff sign up is now in the journalism room, 2280. Don’t miss one of the best events on Wednesday of your spirit week next fall! Yes! We have to sign up early since your powder puff game is September 12. Sign up by this Friday, May 18!

 

 

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

 

Show Choir auditions will be tomorrow and Thursday. Stop in to see Mr. White in the choir room – that’s room 2230 – to get information about joining Show Choir!

May 14, 2018

 

 

Are you a sophomore or junior interested in getting ahead on classes during summer school? Then stop by the counseling center to learn more about summer online classes for Government and Econ. The deadline is May 17th and spots are limited.

 

All library books are due on Friday, May 18th

SENIORS: All your library books and textbooks also need to be returned on Friday, May 18th.  Your sign out sheet will not be signed until ALL books are returned and any outstanding library fees are paid.

Please see Mrs. Huisman in the library if anyone has any questions.

 

May 27th is the last day to order your 2018 yearbook–go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use code: 3735. All yearbooks must be preordered on the web site. You did not order a yearbook at registration.

 

Juniors and sophomores! It’s never too early to talk about homecoming! We have an early homecoming next year and we have to start the fun now! Kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on September 10th. You must put your team together now! Send a captain to pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280. Collect your money and return it to the journalism room, 2280 by this Friday,  May 18—-Put a team together and kick off the year and spirit week with this fun event. First teams in get the best color picks for your t-shirt. Homecoming 2018, Let the Memories Begin! Sign your kickball team up now! Don’t miss out!

 

Future juniors and seniors for next school year! Powder puff sign up is now in the journalism room, 2280. Don’t miss one of the best events on Wednesday of your spirit week next fall! Yes! We have to sign up early since your powder puff game is September 12. Sign up by this Friday, May 18!

 

Show Choir auditions will be tomorrow and Thursday. Stop in to see Mr. White in the choir room – that’s room 2230 – to get information about joining Show Choir!

May 10, 2018

 

May 27th is the last day to order your 2018 yearbook–go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use code: 3735. All yearbooks must be preordered on the web site. You did not order a yearbook at registration.

 

Juniors and sophomores! It’s never too early to talk about homecoming! We have an early homecoming next year and we have to start the fun now! Kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on September 10th. You must put your team together now! Send a captain to pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280. Collect your money and return it to the journalism room, 2280 by May 18–that is a week from this Friday–we extended the deadline so put a team together and kick off the year and spirit week with this fun event. First teams in get the best color picks for your t-shirt. Homecoming 2018, Let the Memories Begin! Sign your kickball team up now! Don’t miss out!

 

Future juniors and seniors for next school year! Powder puff sign up is now in the journalism room, 2280. Don’t miss one of the best events on Wednesday of your spirit week next fall! Yes! We have to sign up early since your powder puff game is September 12. Sign up by May 18!

 

It’s springtime, and with that, wouldn’t you like to buy your someone special something to show you care? Maybe you can get your mom something for Mother’s day. Best Buddies Lincoln is having a ‘Spring Flowers for Someone Special’ event in the commons during lunchtime Thursday the 10th through Friday the 11th. Come buy some flowers for someone special while supporting your local chapter here at Lincoln. Please see flyers around campus for details.

 

If you took the ASVAB test last month, an interpretative session will be held this Friday from 7:45-until about 8:15. Come find out what your scores mean

 

May 9, 2018

Seniors! Today is your Senior Banquet. It’s your last time together. This is a dressy event–so put on your business attire and enjoy a wonderful evening. Doors open at 5:30 and dinner is served at 6:00. Don’t be late if you want to sit with your friends. Again–doors open at 5:30–dinner served at 6:00. This is a dressy event–wear appropriate business attire. You will need your ticket and your ID to enter.

May 27th is the last day to order your 2018 yearbook–go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use code: 3735. All yearbooks must be preordered on the web site. You did not order a yearbook at registration.

Juniors and sophomores! It’s never too early to talk about homecoming! We have an early homecoming next year and we have to start the fun now! Kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on September 10th. You must put your team together now! Send a captain to pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280. Collect your money and return it to the journalism room, 2280 by May 18–that is a week from this Friday–we extended the deadline so put a team together and kick off the year and spirit week with this fun event. First teams in get the best color picks for your t-shirt. Homecoming 2018, Let the Memories Begin! Sign your kickball team up now! Don’t miss out!

Future juniors and seniors for next school year! Powder puff sign up is now in the journalism room, 2280. Don’t miss one of the best events on Wednesday of your spirit week next fall! Yes! We have to sign up early since your powder puff game is September 12. Sign up by May 18!

 

Your change can make change! Don’t let cancer win you can help by donating for pennies 4 patients. Lincoln’s Nation Honor Society is hosting a fundraiser to support people with blood cancers. There will be a challenge week to see what class can raise the most money. The winning class will win a prize. Help by making a donation in the mornings and during lunches starting April 30- May 9.

Are you interested in being a part of Lincoln’s Chamber Choir or competitive show choir? Stop in the choir room – that’s room 2230 – to see Mr. White for more information about joining Chamber Choir or Show Choir. These are amazing opportunities!

It’s springtime, and with that, wouldn’t you like to buy your someone special something to show you care? Maybe you can get your mom something for Mother’s day. Best Buddies Lincoln is having a ‘Spring Flowers for Someone Special’ event in the commons during lunchtime Thursday the 10th through Friday the 11th. Come buy some flowers for someone special while supporting your local chapter here at Lincoln. Please see flyers around campus for details.

SENIORS–3 p.m. today is the deadline to turn in your Lincoln based scholarships in. Drop off in Ms. Clinton’s office.  THANK YOU

 

If you took the ASVAB test last month, an interpretative session will be held this Friday from 7:45-until about 8:15. Come find out what your scores mean

 

May 8, 2018

Seniors!  Today is your last day to buy a senior banquet ticket. Tickets are not sold at the door. This is an event like no other. Join your senior class for your last time together and enjoy dinner and  a program full of speeches, music, senior polls and the senior media show. Tickets are on sale now before school and during lunches in the commons today and after school in the journalism room, 2280. Tickets are twenty dollars. This is a dressy event–so put on your business attire and enjoy a wonderful evening. Doors open at 5:30 and dinner is served at 6:00. Don’t be late if you want to sit with your friends. Again–doors open at 5:30–dinner served at 6:00. This is a dressy event–wear appropriate business attire.

May 27th is the last day to order your 2018 yearbook–go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use code: 3735. All yearbooks must be preordered on the web site. You did not order a yearbook at registration.

Juniors and sophomores! It’s never too early to talk about homecoming! We have an early homecoming next year and we have to start the fun now! Kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on September 10th. You must put your team together now! Send a captain to pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280. Collect your money and return it to the journalism room, 2280 by May 11. First teams in get the best color picks for your t-shirt. Homecoming 2018, Let the Memories Begin! Sign your kickball team up now! Don’t miss out!

The Lincoln softball season will begin today, Monday May 7th.  Anyone wishing to join the softball team will need to meet for practice May 7th beginning at 5:00 at the softball field.  Make sure to sign up for softball online and have all of the necessary forms completed and turned in prior to the first practice date.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Your change can make change! Don’t let cancer win you can help by donating for pennies 4 patients. Lincoln’s Nation Honor Society is hosting a fundraiser to support people with blood cancers. There will be a challenge week to see what class can raise the most money. The winning class will win a prize. Help by making a donation in the mornings and during lunches starting April 30- May 9.

Are you interested in being a part of Lincoln’s Chamber Choir or competitive show choir? Stop in the choir room – that’s room 2230 – to see Mr. White for more information about joining Chamber Choir or Show Choir. These are amazing opportunities!

Rails Time Activities:

May 4, 2018

Seniors! It is time for your senior banquet–you need to buy your ticket now. Ticket sales END this Monday–tickets are not sold at the door. This is an event like no other. Join your senior class for your last time together and enjoy dinner and a program full of speeches, music, senior polls and the senior media show. Tickets are on sale now before school and during lunches in the commons–get your ticket by this Friday–Monday at the latest. After school ticket sales are in the journalism room, 2280. Tickets are twenty dollars. This is a dressy event–so put on your business attire and enjoy a wonderful evening.

Juniors and sophomores! It’s never too early to talk about homecoming! We have an early homecoming next year and we have to start the fun now! Kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on September 10th. You must put your team together now! Send a captain to pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280. Collect your money and return it to the journalism room, 2280 by May 11. First teams in get the best color picks for your t-shirt. Homecoming 2018, Let the Memories Begin! Sign your kickball team up now! Don’t miss out!

The Lincoln softball season will begin Monday May 7th.  Anyone wishing to join the softball team will need to meet for practice May 7th beginning at 5:00 at the softball field.  Make sure to sign up for softball online and have all of the necessary forms completed and turned in prior to the first practice date.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Your change can make change! Don’t let cancer win you can help by donating for pennies 4 patients. Lincoln’s Nation Honor Society is hosting a fundraiser to support people with blood cancers. There will be a challenge week to see what class can raise the most money. The winning class will win a prize. Help by making a donation in the mornings and during lunches starting April 30- May 9.

Are you interested in being a part of Lincoln’s Chamber Choir or competitive show choir? Stop in the choir room – that’s room 2230 – to see Mr. White for more information about joining Chamber Choir or Show Choir. These are amazing opportunities!

May 3, 2018

Seniors! It’s time to vote for Senior Poll Awards! Who is most likely to be president? Best dynamic duo?–the list goes on and on. It’s a tradition here at Lincoln, a part of senior banquet and featured in your yearbook– so stop by the ticket table in the commons during lunches today or stop by the journalism room, 2280 and pick up a ballot. Turn it back in today– end of day. Senior polls will be awarded during your senior banquet.

Seniors! It is time for your senior banquet–you need to buy your ticket now. Ticket sales END this Monday–tickets are not sold at the door. This is an event like no other. Join your senior class for your last time together and enjoy dinner and a program full of speeches, music, senior polls and the senior media show. Tickets are on sale now before school and during lunches in the commons–get your ticket by this Friday–Monday at the latest. After school ticket sales are in the journalism room, 2280. Tickets are twenty dollars. This is a dressy event–so put on your business attire and enjoy a wonderful evening.

May 27th is the last day to order your 2018 yearbook–go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use code: 3735. All yearbooks must be preordered on the web site. You did not order a yearbook at registration.

Juniors and sophomores! It’s never too early to talk about homecoming! We have an early homecoming next year and we have to start the fun now! Kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on September 10th. You must put your team together now! Send a captain to pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280. Collect your money and return it to the journalism room, 2280 by May 11. First teams in get the best color picks for your t-shirt. Homecoming 2018, Let the Memories Begin! Sign your kickball team up now! Don’t miss out!

The Lincoln softball season will begin Monday May 7th.  Anyone wishing to join the softball team will need to meet for practice May 7th beginning at 5:00 at the softball field.  Make sure to sign up for softball online and have all of the necessary forms completed and turned in prior to the first practice date.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Your change can make change! Don’t let cancer win you can help by donating for pennies 4 patients. Lincoln’s Nation Honor Society is hosting a fundraiser to support people with blood cancers. There will be a challenge week to see what class can raise the most money. The winning class will win a prize. Help by making a donation in the mornings and during lunches starting April 30- May 9.

Are you interested in being a part of Lincoln’s Chamber Choir or competitive show choir? Stop in the choir room – that’s room 2230 – to see Mr. White for more information about joining Chamber Choir or Show Choir. These are amazing opportunities!

May 2, 2018

#Ruckerball 4v4 tournament is today, 4:30 in the Roundhouse. It’s a two dollar admission to some fast and furious 4v4 basketball games and a good time with your friends–don’t miss this fun event–bring money for concessions as well. And–you will need money to sign 2 banners and buy a Rucker t-shirt. All proceeds go to the Rucker family.

Seniors! It’s time to vote for Senior Poll Awards! Who is most likely to be president? Best dynamic duo?–the list goes on and on. It’s a tradition here at Lincoln, a part of senior banquet and featured in your yearbook– so stop by the ticket table in the commons during lunches today or stop by the journalism room, 2280 and pick up a ballot. Turn it back in today– end of day. Senior polls will be awarded during your senior banquet.

Seniors! It is time for your senior banquet–you need to buy your ticket now. Ticket sales END this Monday–tickets are not sold at the door. This is an event like no other. Join your senior class for your last time together and enjoy dinner and  a program full of speeches, music, senior polls and the senior media show. Tickets are on sale now before school and during lunches in the commons–get your ticket by this Friday–Monday at the latest. After school ticket sales are in the journalism room, 2280. Tickets are twenty dollars. This is a dressy event–so put on your business attire and enjoy a wonderful evening.

May 27th is the last day to order your 2018 yearbook–go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use code: 3735. All yearbooks must be preordered on the web site. You did not order a yearbook at registration.

Juniors and sophomores! It’s never too early to talk about homecoming! We have an early homecoming next year and we have to start the fun now! Kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on September 10th. You must put your team together now! Send a captain to pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280. Collect your money and return it to the journalism room, 2280 by May 11. First teams in get the best color picks for your t-shirt. Homecoming 2018, Let the Memories Begin! Sign your kickball team up now! Don’t miss out!

 

The Lincoln softball season will begin Monday May 7th.  Anyone wishing to join the softball team will need to meet for practice May 7th beginning at 5:00 at the softball field.  Make sure to sign up for softball online and have all of the necessary forms completed and turned in prior to the first practice date.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Your change can make change! Don’t let cancer win you can help by donating for pennies 4 patients. Lincoln’s Nation Honor Society is hosting a fundraiser to support people with blood cancers. There will be a challenge week to see what class can raise the most money. The winning class will win a prize. Help by making a donation in the mornings and during lunches starting April 30- May 9.

Last night, the girls soccer team netted their second conference win against the Hoover Huskies. The girls were led by Sydney Wright who had two goals. Additional goals were scored by Melina Rodriguez, Ashley Medina and Jocelyn Luangdetmalay. Joselynn Ortiz earned her second shutout of the season. The girls are at Fort Dodge Friday night.

May 1, 2018

#Ruckerball 4v4 tournament is now May 2nd, 4:30 in the Roundhouse. It’s a two dollar admission to some fast and furious 4v4 basketball games and a good time with your friends. All proceeds go to the Rucker family.

Roster packages are available in the journalism room, 2280 or Mr. Lee’s room. They are due complete with money tomorrow. All players get a special orange t-shirt with the Rucker silhouette. Captains! collect ten dollars from each player and turn in your roster to the journalism room, 2280 by tomorrow.

Seniors! It is time for your senior banquet. This is an event like no other. Join your senior class for your last time together and enjoy dinner and  a program full of speeches, music, senior polls and the senior media show. Tickets go back on sale for the senior banquet tomorrow. Tickets are twenty dollars. This is a dressy event–so put on your business attire and enjoy a wonderful evening.

 

The library will be closed all day to individual student use today Wednesday, April 25th for the Senior Art Show and Sewing Show.  Please see Mrs. Huisman in the library if you have any questions.

 

SENIORS

The Southgate Masonic scholarship is open to all LHS seniors and it is due in Ms. Clinton’s office by 3:30 p.m. on today, May 1. Late scholarships will not be accepted.  You can still pick up an application on Ms. Clinton’s door in the counseling office. While you’re there pick up an application for LHS-Based scholarships.

 

 

The Lincoln softball season will begin Monday May 7th.  Anyone wishing to join the softball team will need to meet for practice May 7th beginning at 5:00 at the softball field.  Make sure to sign up for softball online and have all of the necessary forms completed and turned in prior to the first practice date.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Your change can make change! Don’t let cancer win you can help by donating for pennies 4 patients. Lincoln’s Nation Honor Society is hosting a fundraiser to support people with blood cancers. There will be a challenge week to see what class can raise the most money. The winning class will win a prize. Help by making a donation in the mornings and during lunches starting April 30- may 9.

April 30, 2018

#Ruckerball 4v4 tournament is this Wednesday, May 2nd, 4:30 in the Roundhouse. It’s a two dollar admission to some fast and furious 4v4 basketball games and a good time with your friends–don’t miss this fun event–bring money for concessions as well. All proceeds go to the Rucker family.

Seniors! It’s time to vote for Senior Poll Awards! Who is most likely to be president? Best dynamic duo?–the list goes on and on. It’s a tradition here at Lincoln, a part of senior banquet and featured in your yearbook– so stop by the ticket table in the commons during lunches today or stop by the journalism room, 2280 and pick up a ballot. Turn it back in by this Wednesday, end of day. Senior polls will be awarded during your senior banquet.

Seniors! It is time for your senior banquet–you need to buy your ticket now. This is an event like no other. Join your senior class for your last time together and enjoy dinner and  a program full of speeches, music, senior polls and the senior media show. Tickets are on sale now before school and during lunches in the commons–get your ticket by this Friday. After school ticket sales are in the journalism room, 2280. Tickets are twenty dollars. This is a dressy event–so put on your business attire and enjoy a wonderful evening.

May 27th is the last day to order your 2018 yearbook–go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use code: 3735. All yearbooks must be preordered on the web site. You did not order a yearbook at registration.

Juniors and sophomores! It’s never too early to talk about homecoming! We have an early homecoming next year and we have to start the fun now! Kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on September 10th. You must put your team together now! Send a captain to pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280. Collect your money and return it to the journalism room, 2280 by May 11. First teams in get the best color picks for your t-shirt. Homecoming 2018, Let the Memories Begin! Sign your kickball team up now! Don’t miss out!

SENIORS- The Southgate Masonic scholarship is open to all LHS seniors and it is due in Ms. Clinton’s office by 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 1. Late scholarships will not be accepted.  You can still pick up an application on Ms. Clinton’s door in the counseling office. While you’re there pick up an application for LHS-Based scholarships

The girls track team participated in two meets Friday night, the Drake relays and the Ballard Invitational.

The 4×100 team of Jolynn Harris, Jalyiah Miller, Brooke Maxwell, and Erika Canada took 1st in their heat, placed 40th overall and set a new season best.

With a team mostly of JV runners, the girls placed 6th at the Ballard Invitational.

Individual highlights were:

Taylor Klinge and Kelly Klinge placed 1st and 2nd in the discus.

Mya Winters finished 4th in the 400 meter dash.

Peyton Saunders was 5th in the 400 meter dash.

Caitlyn Lucht placed 6th in the 400 meter hurdles.

In the relays the 4×800 team of Stephanie Jaimes, Olivia Corey, Theresa Wilkinson, and Riko Ohmura finished 4th.

The distance medley team of Caitlyn Lucht, Lilly Whiteside, Theresa Wilkinson, and Katelynn Vasey placed 5th.

Leronda Turner, RaJhae Hamilton, Stephanie Jaimes, and Riko Ohmura finished 5th in the 4×200 meter relay.

The next meets for the girls will be a JV meet Tuesday May 1st at Hoover and the CIML Conference meet for the Varsity on Thursday May 3rd.

Your change can make change! Don’t let cancer win, you can help by donating for pennies 4 patients. Lincoln’s Nation Honor Society is hosting a fundraiser to support people with blood cancers. There will be a challenge week to see what class can raise the most money. The winning class will win a prize. Help by making a donation in the mornings and during lunches starting April 30- May 9.

Are you interested in being a part of Lincoln’s Chamber Choir or competitive Show Choir? See Mr. White in the choir room – that’s room 2230 – for more information!

Rails Time Activities:   9th-11th Grade Activities       12th Grade Activity

April 26, 2018

#Ruckerball 4v4 tournament is now May 2nd, 4:30 in the Roundhouse. It’s a two dollar admission to some fast and furious 4v4 basketball games and a good time with your friends–don’t miss this fun event–bring money for concessions as well. All proceeds go to the Rucker family.

Seniors! It’s time to vote for Senior Poll Awards! Who is most likely to be president? Best dynamic duo?–the list goes on. It’s a tradition here at Lincoln so stop by the ticket table in the commons during lunches today or stop by the journalism room, 2280 and pick up a ballot. Turn it back in by next Wednesday, end of day. Senior polls will be awarded during your senior banquet.

Seniors! It is time for your senior banquet. This is an event like no other. Join your senior class for your last time together and enjoy dinner and  a program full of speeches, music, senior polls and the senior media show. Tickets are on sale now before school and during lunches in the commons. After school ticket sales are in the journalism room, 2280. Tickets are twenty dollars. This is a dressy event–so put on your business attire and enjoy a wonderful evening.

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 to Florida next year during spring break and march at Disney World? No problem, join the Lincoln color guard. No experience necessary!!

Color guard clinics will be held today the 26th and tomorrow April 26th from 3:30-5:00. 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 1st from 3:30-5:00. Auditions will be held in the Lincoln Roundhouse. Come out and join a great organization!! Auditions are open to everyone!!

 

April 25, 2018

#Ruckerball 4v4 tournament is now May 2nd, 4:30 in the Roundhouse. It’s a two dollar admission to some fast and furious 4v4 basketball games and a good time with your friends. All proceeds go to the Rucker family.

Roster packages are available in the journalism room, 2280 or Mr. Lee’s room. They are due complete with money today. All players get a special orange t-shirt with the Rucker silhouette. Captains! collect ten dollars from each player and turn in your roster to the journalism room, 2280 by tomorrow.

Seniors! It is time for your senior banquet. This is an event like no other. Join your senior class for your last time together and enjoy dinner and  a program full of speeches, music, senior polls and the senior media show. Tickets go back on sale for the senior banquet tomorrow. Tickets are twenty dollars. This is a dressy event–so put on your business attire and enjoy a wonderful evening.

 

The library will be closed all day to individual student use today Wednesday, April 25th for the Senior Art Show and Sewing Show.  Please see Mrs. Huisman in the library if you have any questions.

 

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 to Florida next year during spring break and march at Disney World? No problem, join the Lincoln color guard. No experience necessary!!

Color guard clinics will be held next Thursday and Friday April 26th and 27th from 3:30-5:00. 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 1st from 3:30-5:00. Auditions will be held in the Lincoln Roundhouse. Come out and join a great organization!! Auditions are open to everyone!!

 

The boys soccer team defeated East 4-1 last night. Goals were scored by Juan Sandoval, Alex Alatorre, Roderick Orellana, and Domnick Miyeng.

 

Students if you are taking the ASVAB test please report to the counseling office right now, attendance will be taken there.

Last night, the Girls soccer team started off their conference season with a 1-0 victory over rival East High.  The goal was scored by Ashley Media in the final minute of play.  Joselynn Ortiz recorded the clean sheet in goal.  Next up is North High school on Friday at 6:15 at North.

 

April 23, 2018

#Ruckerball 4v4 tournament is now May 2nd, 4:30 in the Roundhouse. It’s a two dollar admission to some fast and furious 4v4 basketball games and a good time with your friends. All proceeds go to the Rucker family.

Roster packages are available in the journalism room, 2280 or Mr. Lee’s room. They are due complete with money this Wednesday. All players get a special orange t-shirt with the Rucker silhouette. Captains! Collect ten dollars from each player and turn in your roster to the journalism room, 2280 by this Wednesday.

Seniors! It is time for your senior banquet. This is an event like no other. Join your senior class for your last time together and enjoy dinner and  a program full of speeches, music, senior polls and the senior media show. Tickets go back on sale for the senior banquet this Wednesday. They are twenty dollars. This is a dressy event–so put on your business attire and enjoy a wonderful evening.

Any students interested in finding how your interests translate into careers should sign up for the final ASVAB test, on Wednesday, April 25, from 8-9:30 a.m. You do not have to be interested in the military in order to take it. Learn more about yourself and careers that fit your interests.    Sign up ASAP in the counseling center.

Sophomores! Want to spend an afternoon at Principal Park? The I-Cubs and Drake University have set up a STEM Day at the ballpark April 26. Stop in to see Ms. Fechner in the counseling office to sign up!

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 to Florida next year during spring break and march at Disney World? No problem, join the Lincoln color guard. No experience necessary!!

Color guard clinics will be held next Thursday and Friday April 26th and 27th from 3:30-5:00. 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 1st from 3:30-5:00. Auditions will be held in the Lincoln Roundhouse. Come out and join a great organization!! Auditions are open to everyone!!

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.

Questions? Please stop by the MTSS office room 1420, located on long Roundhouse hallway and see Mrs. Clough.

 

April 20, 2018

Seniors! You and your guest must have ID’s to enter prom on Saturday and your ID must match your ticket number. Doors open at eight o’clock and prom ends at eleven o’clock. It is a night to remember!

 

Prom court will be announced at the end of today. Seniors–you will vote for Queen and King as you enter prom. Your Queen and King will be announced at ten o’clock.

 

Put a team together for our #Ruckerball 4v4 basketball tournament next Wendesday, starting at 1:30 in the Roundhouse. Choose a captain to come pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280–captains and captains only, turn in your roster packet and ALL money with your roster–you must have your entire team money by today before 3:00–that is today!–it’s ten dollars per player which includes a special orange tournament t-shirt–This is a hard deadline to get our t-shirts back for the tournament and set the roster. All proceeds go to the Rucker family

 

Next Wednesday, join us in the Roundhouse for #RUCKERBALL! Attend this event beginning at 1:30 in the Roundhouse for a two dollar donation. Lots of 4v4 basketball, and food for sale. All proceeds go to the Rucker family.

 

Any students interested in finding how your interests translate into careers should sign up for the final ASVAB test, on Wednesday, April 25, from 8-9:30 a.m. You do not have to be interested in the military in order to take it. Learn more about yourself and careers that fit your interests.    Sign up ASAP in the counseling center.

 

Sophomores! Want to spend an afternoon at Principal Park? The I-Cubs and Drake University have set up a STEM Day at the ballpark April 26. Stop in to see Ms. Fechner in the counseling office to sign up!

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 to Florida next year during spring break and march at Disney World? No problem, join the Lincoln color guard. No experience necessary!!

Color guard clinics will be held next Thursday and Friday April 26th and 27th from 3:30-5:00. 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 1st from 3:30-5:00. Auditions will be held in the Lincoln Roundhouse. Come out and join a great organization!! Auditions are open to everyone!!

Last night the boys track team ran to a 5th place finish in Urbandale’s Chuck Silvey Invitational.  The team was led by TJ Mahoney’s 2nd place finish in the long jump and the 800 meter sprint relay team of Eddie Suong, Cayden Storm, Zach Hollingsworth and Malachi Thogvanh.  The team now looks forward to sending the 4×100 meter relay squad to next week’s Drake Relays with hopes of also sending Kahlil Summerville in the 100 meter dash.

April 19, 2018

Seniors! You and your guest must have ID’s to enter prom on Saturday and your ID must match your ticket number. Doors open at eight o’clock and prom end at eleven o’clock. It is a night to remember!

 

Prom court will be announced at the end of today. Seniors–you will vote for Queen and King as you enter prom. Your Queen and King will be announced at ten o’clock.

 

Put a team together for our #Ruckerball 4v4 basketball tournament next Wendesday, starting at 1:30 in the Roundhouse. Choose a captain to come pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280–captains, turn in your roster packet and ALL money by tomorrow 3:00!–it’s ten dollars per player which includes a special orange tournament t-shirt–This is a hard deadline to get our t-shirts back for the tournament and set the roster. All proceeds go to the Rucker family

 

Any students interested in finding how your interests translate into careers should sign up for the final ASVAB test, on Wednesday, April 25, from 8-9:30 a.m. You do not have to be interested in the military in order to take it. Learn more about yourself and careers that fit your interests.    Sign up ASAP in the counseling center.

 

Sophomores! Want to spend an afternoon at Principal Park? The I-Cubs and Drake University have set up a STEM Day at the ballpark April 26. Stop in to see Ms. Fechner in the counseling office to sign up!

 

April 18, 2018

Last day to purchase your prom tickets seniors! They will be available immediately after school in the journalism room, 2280.

Everyone must keep eligible through Friday ALL DAY.

Seniors- you still have time to fill out the packet for after prom! See Heather in student services for a packet

Get your team together for the  #RUCKERBALL 4v4 tournament! Choose a captain who will pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280.  Roster packets and money MUST BE TURNED IN THIS FRIDAY, 4-20. The tournament is next Wednesday, 1:00, April 25 in the Roundhouse. The tournament costs ten dollars per player and all proceeds go to the Rucker family. Players get an orange t-shirt with the Rucker silhouette.

Juniors- stop by the journalism room 2280 to nominate your best girl and boy for homecoming court. Today is your last day to do it.

Seniors! Nominate your favorite senior girl and boy for Prom Queen and King during lunches in the commons or in the journalism room, 2280 through Thursday.

Any students interested in finding how your interests translate into careers should sign up for the final ASVAB test, on Wednesday, April 25, from 8-9:30 a.m. You do not have to be interested in the military in order to take it. Learn more about yourself and careers that fit your interests.    Sign up ASAP in the counseling center.

 

Sophomores! Want to spend an afternoon at Principal Park? The I-Cubs and Drake University have set up a STEM Day at the ballpark April 26. Stop in to see Ms. Fechner in the counseling office to sign up!

 

April 17, 2018

Only two days left!!! Seniors! You have until tomorrow to buy your prom tickets or prom package. You must be eligible and if your guest is not a Lincoln student, it is too late for a guest form–they were due last Friday.

Tickets are on sale in the commons before school and during both lunches. Head to the journalism room, 2280 after school.

Don’t miss this night to remember. Prom 2018.

 

Seniors- you still have time to fill out the packet for after prom. You won’t want to miss this! See Heather in student services for a packet.

 

Seniors! Nominate your favorite senior girl and boy for Prom Queen and King during lunches in the commons or in the journalism room, 2280 through Thursday.

 

Your 12th-ranked boy’s soccer team takes on Dowling tonight at 7:30 at Cownie Soccer Complex.

 

April 16, 2018

Only three days left!!! Seniors! You have until Wednesday to buy your prom tickets or prom package. You must be eligible and if your guest is not a Lincoln student, it is too late for a guest form–they were due last Friday.

Tickets are on sale in the commons before school and during both lunches. Head to the journalism room, 2280 after school.

Don’t miss this night to remember. Prom 2018.

Seniors- Your wait is over Lincoln based scholarships are available as well as the Southgate masonic scholarship all information be picked up in the counseling center on Ms. Clintons door. Pick up today and watch for deadlines.

Congratulations to all of the Lincoln band students on their outstanding performances Saturday in the Iowa State Solo/Ensemble Contest at Roosevelt.

The Lincoln band took 70 entries to the state contest. 36 events earned Division 1 (superior) ratings, 32 events received Division 2 (Excellent) ratings and 3 events received Division 3 (good) ratings. Ashley Sackpraseuth also received the “Best of Center” award for her alto saxophone solo in center 3. Congratulations to all of our band students on an outstanding day!!

 

April 13, 2018

Seniors! Five days left to buy your prom tickets or prom packages!

4 days left seniors to buy your prom tickets and prom packages! See us before school and during both lunches in the commons and after school in the journalism room, 2280. Your guest form is due to student services today to be processed. It is too late after today to turn in your guest form. It’s a night to remember! Don’t miss your 2018 prom!

 

Seniors only–please stop by the prom table in the commons and nominate your choice for prom king and queen. You will vote as you walk into prom, Saturday, April 21st from 8 to 11. You may also stop by the journalism room, 2280 between classes to nominate for prom king and queen.

 

Rugby! Yes! Come out and support the Lincoln Rugby team tonight, 5:00 at the stadium. Get you friends and have a fun evening watching our guys battle it out!

 

Do you like soccer?  Do you enjoy making friends through new experiences?  Join LHS’s free first annual Rails Cup soccer tournament on Saturday, April 28th from 1-4pm in the roundhouse.  This event is brought to you by Al Exito Lincoln.  We are accepting 12 teams of 6-10 players for an elimination-style tournament.  Get your team together, make a team name, and sign up with Ms. Ellis after school in room 2340 or at lunch the week of April 9th.  The winning teams will qualify for prizes!

 

Seniors- Your wait is over Lincoln based scholarships are available as well as the Southgate masonic scholarship all information be picked up in the counseling center on Ms. Clintons door. Pick up today and watch for deadlines.

National ACT Test

This Saturday, April 14 at RAILS Academy Please BRING WITH YOU:

a photo ID, #2 pencils, no mechanical pencils, an APPROVED calculator , and your printed out Receipt from ACT (you must have this with you or you will not be admitted) . you may bring a snack for your break if you want–it helps Be there by 7:50a.m. Test starts at 8 a.m. Room assignments in the RAILS lobby

 

Come join Lincoln Theatre Arts as they present their spring production of Spring by Tanya Palmer. Set in a modern day high school, Spring tackles issues that face students in today’s society. Join us this Thursday, Friday, or Saturday at 7pm in the Lincoln Auditorium. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students. Spring is intended for an audience that is 13 years of age and above due to strong language and mature content!

 

What’s on your resume!? Key Club provides amazing opportunities to get volunteer hours in and meet new people! We do fun things such as decorate the football field, sort food at the food pantry, decorate and send cards to send to kids at the hospital, and it looks amazing on college applications! We are looking for new members for the next school year. There is an informational meeting TODAY after school at 2:50 in room 3470 in the tower! Hope to see you there!

Last night the boys track team took 2nd place in its home meet, the Vander Linden Invitational.  The team was led by 1st place finishes from Kahlil Summerville in the 100 meter dash, Andrew Klein in the 3200 meter run, the 4×100 team of Eddie Suong, Zach Hollingsworth, Cayden Storm and Kahlil Summerville, the 800 meter sprint medley team of Eddie Suong, Cayden Storm, Kahlil Summerville and Malachai Thongvanh, and the Distance Medley team of Jackson Harrison, Julian VanLo, Jordan Foster and Cole Rand.  The team will compete on Saturday in the Jim Duncan Invitational at Drake Stadium.

 

Students in Mr. Patterson’s Transition Program, please report to his room, 3320, at 1 pm today for a special guest presentation from “Please Pass the Love”. The presentation will happen from 1-2:40 pm.

 

April 12, 2018

 

Seniors! Five days left to buy your prom tickets or prom packages!

It is a night to remember! You have 5 days to buy your tickets before school and during both lunches in the commons. Please check your eligibility and if your guest is an LHS student, their eligibility as well before you buy a ticket. You both need to remain eligible through April 20th. If you guest does not attend Lincoln–you must have a processed guest form before you may buy tickets.–last day for guest forms is April 13th–that is tomorrow–  Forms are available in student services and the journalism room, 2280.

Prom tickets are sold after school until 3:00 so get to the journalism room immediately after school or it will be too late. Please don’t stop in during classes. Selling prom tickets begins with checking your eligibility and fees and if you are bringing a guest, a guest form or if your guest is a student here–their eligibility as well so it takes time.

Prom packages are one hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a picture package from Dan’s Portrait Studio–this is your best deal, single tickets are thirty five and senior banquet tickets are twenty dollars. Ticket sales end next Wednesday, April nineteenth. No exceptions.

 

Seniors! Senior Celebration packets are due to student services this Friday. Don’t miss this fun all night event after prom! Get your packets in by tomorrow!

 

Do you like soccer?  Do you enjoy making friends through new experiences?  Join LHS’s free first annual Rails Cup soccer tournament on Saturday, April 28th from 1-4pm in the roundhouse.  This event is brought to you by Al Exito Lincoln.  We are accepting 12 teams of 6-10 players for an elimination-style tournament.  Get your team together, make a team name, and sign up with Ms. Ellis after school in room 2340 or at lunch the week of April 9th.  The winning teams will qualify for prizes!

 

Seniors- Your wait is over Lincoln based scholarships are available as well as the Southgate masonic scholarship all information be picked up in the counseling center on Ms. Clintons door. Pick up today and watch for deadlines.

National ACT Test

This Saturday, April 14 at RAILS Academy Please BRING WITH YOU:

a photo ID, #2 pencils, no mechanical pencils, an APPROVED calculator , and your printed out Receipt from ACT (you must have this with you or you will not be admitted) . you may bring a snack for your break if you want–it helps Be there by 7:50a.m. Test starts at 8 a.m. Room assignments in the RAILS lobby

 

Come join Lincoln Theatre Arts as they present their spring production of Spring by Tanya Palmer. Set in a modern day high school, Spring tackles issues that face students in today’s society. Join us this Thursday, Friday, or Saturday at 7pm in the Lincoln Auditorium. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for students. Spring is intended for an audience that is 13 years of age and above due to strong language and mature content!

 

What’s on your resume!? Key Club provides amazing opportunities to get volunteer hours in and meet new people! We do fun things such as decorate the football field, sort food at the food pantry, decorate and send cards to send to kids at the hospital, and it looks amazing on college applications! We are looking for new members for the next school year. There is an informational meeting TODAY after school at 2:50 in room 3470 in the tower! Hope to see you there!

April 11, 2018

Seniors! It is a night to remember! We are selling prom tickets this week before school and during both lunches in the commons. Please check your eligibility and if your guest is an LHS student, their eligibility as well before you buy a ticket–last day for guest forms is April 13th–and you both need to remain eligible through April 20th. If you guest does not attend Lincoln–you must have a processed guest form before you may buy tickets. Forms are available in student services and the journalism room, 2280.

Prom tickets are sold after school until 3:00 so get to the journalism room immediately after school or it will be too late. Please don’t stop in during classes. Selling prom tickets begins with checking your eligibility and fees and if you are bringing a guest, a guest form or if your guest is a student here–their eligibility as well so it takes time.

Prom packages are one hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a picture package from Dan’s Portrait Studio–this is your best deal, single tickets are thirty five and senior banquet tickets are twenty dollars. Ticket sales end on April nineteenth. No exceptions.

Do you like soccer?  Do you enjoy making friends through new experiences?  Join LHS’s free first annual Rails Cup soccer tournament on Saturday, April 28th from 1-4pm in the roundhouse.  This event is brought to you by Al Exito Lincoln.  We are accepting 12 teams of 6-10 players for an elimination-style tournament.  Get your team together, make a team name, and sign up with Ms. Ellis after school in room 2340 or at lunch the week of April 9th.  The winning teams will qualify for prizes!

Seniors- Your wait is over Lincoln based scholarships are available as well as the Southgate masonic scholarship all information be picked up in the counseling center on Ms. Clintons door. Pick up today and watch for deadlines.

Individual highlights were:

Jolynn Harris was 4th in the 100 meter hurdles.

Erika Canada was 5th in the 200 meter dash and 8th in the 100 meter hurdles.

Jalyiah Miller placed 5th in both the high jump and long jump.

Mya Winters finshed 5th in the 400 meter dash.

Peyton Saunders placed 6th in the 400 meter dash.

Brooke Maxwell was 7th in the 200 meter dash. In the relays: The relay team of Brandie Paye, Erika Canada, Brooke Maxwell, and Jolynn Harris placed 3rd in both the distance medley and 4×100.  The next meet for the girls will be this Saturday at the Jim Duncan Invitational held at Drake Stadium.

April 10, 2018

 

Seniors! It is a night to remember! We are selling prom tickets this week before school and during both lunches in the commons. Please check your eligibility and if your guest is an LHS student, their eligibility as well before you buy a ticket–last day for guest forms is April 13th–and you both need to remain eligible through April 20th. If you guest does not attend Lincoln–you must have a processed guest form before you may buy tickets. Forms are available in student services and the journalism room, 2280.

 

Prom tickets are sold after school until 3:00 so get to the journalism room immediately after school or it will be too late. Please don’t stop in during classes. Selling prom tickets begins with checking your eligibility and fees and if you are bringing a guest, a guest form or if your guest is a student here–their eligibility as well so it takes time.

Prom packages are one hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a picture package from Dan’s Portrait Studio–this is your best deal, single tickets are thirty five and senior banquet tickets are twenty dollars. Ticket sales end on April nineteenth. No exceptions.

 

Do you like soccer?  Do you enjoy making friends through new experiences?  Join LHS’s free first annual Rails Cup soccer tournament on Saturday, April 28th from 1-4pm in the roundhouse.  This event is brought to you by Al Exito Lincoln.  We are accepting 12 teams of 6-10 players for an elimination-style tournament.  Get your team together, make a team name, and sign up with Ms. Ellis after school in room 2340 or at lunch the week of April 9th.  The winning teams will qualify for prizes!

 

Seniors- Your wait is over Lincoln based scholarships are available as well as the Southgate masonic scholarship all information be picked up in the counseling center on Ms. Clintons door. Pick up today and watch for deadlines.

Your 13th ranked boy’s soccer team takes on #3 Ankeny Centennial tonight at 7:30 at Cownie Soccer Complex.

April 9, 2018

Seniors! It is a night to remember! We are selling prom tickets this week before school and during both lunches in the commons. Please check your eligibility and if your guest is an LHS student, their eligibility as well before you buy a ticket–last day for guest forms is April 13th–and you both need to remain eligible through April 20th. If you guest does not attend Lincoln–you must have a processed guest form before you may buy tickets. Forms are available in student services and the journalism room, 2280.

Prom tickets are sold after school until 3:00 so get to the journalism room immediately after school or it will be too late. Please don’t stop in during classes. Selling prom tickets begins with checking your eligibility and fees and if you are bringing a guest, a guest form or if your guest is a student here–their eligibility as well so it takes time.

Prom packages are one hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a picture package from Dan’s Portrait Studio–this is your best deal, single tickets are thirty five and senior banquet tickets are twenty dollars. Ticket sales end on April nineteenth. No exceptions.

Do you like soccer?  Do you enjoy making friends through new experiences?  Join LHS’s free first annual Rails Cup soccer tournament on Saturday, April 28th from 1-4pm in the roundhouse.  This event is brought to you by Al Exito Lincoln.  We are accepting 12 teams of 6-10 players for an elimination-style tournament.  Get your team together, make a team name, and sign up with Ms. Ellis after school in room 2340 or at lunch the week of April 9th.  The winning teams will qualify for prizes!

Rails time activity: https://mix.office.com/watch/1hiuu2etu31en 

April 5, 2018

 

Seniors! It is a night to remember! We are selling prom tickets this week before school and during both lunches in the commons. Please check your eligibility and if your guest is an LHS student, their eligibility as well before you buy a ticket–last day for guest forms is April 13th–and you both need to remain eligible through April 20th. If you guest does not attend Lincoln–you must have a processed guest form before you may buy tickets. Forms are available in student services and the journalism room, 2280.

 

Prom tickets are sold after school until 3:00 so get to the journalism room immediately after school or it will be too late. Please don’t stop in during classes. Selling prom tickets begins with checking your eligibility and fees and if you are bringing a guest, a guest form or if your guest is a student here–their eligibility as well so it takes time.

Prom packages are one hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a picture package from Dan’s Portrait Studio–this is your best deal, single tickets are thirty five and senior banquet tickets are twenty dollars. Ticket sales end on April nineteenth. No exceptions.

 

Do you like soccer?  Do you enjoy making friends through new experiences?  Join LHS’s free first annual Rails Cup soccer tournament on Saturday, April 28th from 1-4pm in the roundhouse.  This event is brought to you by Al Exito Lincoln.  We are accepting 12 teams of 6-10 players for an elimination-style tournament.  Get your team together, make a team name, and sign up with Ms. Ellis after school in room 2340 or at lunch the week of April 9th.  The winning teams will qualify for prizes!

 

The Lincoln girls track team took 2nd place at the I-35 Invitational last night in Truro, IA.

Individual highlights were:

Brandie Paye won the 200 meter dash and took 4th in the 100 meter dash.

Erika Canada won the 100 meter dash and placed 3rd in the 100 meter hurdles.

Brooke Maxwell finished 2nd in the 400 meter dash.

Jolynn Harris placed 2nd in the 100 meter hurdles.

Taylor Klinge claimed a 3rd place finish in the discus.

Caitlyn Lucht was 4th in the 400 meter dash.

Brittney Miller placed 5th in the 1500 meter run.

In the Relays:

The 4×800 team of Caitlyn Lucht, Brittney Miller, Jolynn Harris, and Stephanie Jaimes placed first.

The team of Jolynn Harris, Jalyiah Miller, Erika Canada, and Brooke Maxwell won the 4×100 and took 2nd in the Sprint Medley.

The relay team of Caitlyn Lucht, Tiffani Nguyen, Mya Massaquoi, and Peyton Saunders finished 3rd in the 4×400.

The next meet for the girls is Tuesday April 10th at Urbandale.

Last night the boy’s varsity and JV track teams both ran to 1st place team finishes in Marshalltown Kenny Dean Bobcat Invite.  The varsity team was led by 1st place finishes from TJ Mahoney in the high jump, Sam Stevens in the Shot Put, Zach Hollingsworth in the 200 meter dash and Andrew Klein in the 1600 meter run.  Runner-Up finishes were had by TJ Mahoney in the long jump, John Harris in the 400 meter hurdles, Nate Cox in the Discus and the 4×100 meter relay team of Eddie Suong, Zach Hollingsworth, Cayden Storm and Khalil Summerville.  The team will next compete on Thursday at its only home meet of the year.  Hope to see you there.

 

 

April 5, 2018

 

Seniors! It is a night to remember! We are selling prom tickets this week before school and during both lunches in the commons. Please check your eligibility and if your guest is an LHS student, their eligibility as well before you buy a ticket–last day for guest forms is April 13th–and you both need to remain eligible through April 20th. If you guest does not attend Lincoln–you must have a processed guest form before you may buy tickets. Forms are available in student services and the journalism room, 2280.

 

Prom tickets are sold after school until 3:00 so get to the journalism room immediately after school or it will be too late. Please don’t stop in during classes. Selling prom tickets begins with checking your eligibility and fees and if your are bringing a guest, a guest form or if your guest is a student here–their eligibility as well so it takes time.

Prom packages are one hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a picture package from Dan’s Portrait Studio–this is your best deal, single tickets are thirty five and senior banquet tickets are twenty dollars. Ticket sales end on April nineteenth. No exceptions.

 

Do you like soccer?  Do you enjoy making friends through new experiences?  Join LHS’s free first annual Rails Cup soccer tournament on Saturday, April 28th from 1-4pm in the roundhouse.  This event is brought to you by Al Exito Lincoln.  We are accepting 12 teams of 6-10 players for an elimination-style tournament.  Get your team together, make a team name, and sign up with Ms. Ellis after school in room 2340 or at lunch the week of April 9th.  The winning teams will qualify for prizes!

 

The boy’s soccer team kicks off the 2018 season tonight vs. North at Cownie Soccer Complex at 7:30. Night game. It’s time to get live.

April 3, 2018

Seniors! It is a night to remember! We are selling prom tickets this week before school and during both lunches in the commons. Please check your eligibility and if your guest is an LHS student, their eligibility as well before you buy a ticket–last day for guest forms is April 13th–and you both need to remain eligible through April 20th. If you guest does not attend Lincoln–you must have a processed guest form before you may buy tickets. Forms are available in student services and the journalism room, 2280.

 

Prom tickets are sold after school until 3:00 so get to the journalism room immediately after school or it will be too late. Please don’t stop in during classes. Selling prom tickets begins with checking your eligibility and fees and if you are bringing a guest, a guest form or if your guest is a student here–their eligibility as well so it takes time.

Prom packages are one hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a picture package from Dan’s Portrait Studio–this is your best deal, single tickets are thirty five and senior banquet tickets are twenty dollars. Ticket sales end on April nineteenth. No exceptions.

 

Do you like soccer?  Do you enjoy making friends through new experiences?  Join LHS’s free first annual Rails Cup soccer tournament on Saturday, April 28th from 1-4pm in the roundhouse.  This event is brought to you by Al Exito Lincoln.  We are accepting 12 teams of 6-10 players for an elimination-style tournament.  Get your team together, make a team name, and sign up with Ms. Ellis after school in room 2340 or at lunch the week of April 9th.  The winning teams will qualify for prizes!

 

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

There will be a Dream to Teach meeting after school today in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. New members are welcome!

To students that are taking the Iowa assessments tomorrow, this is all 9th, 10th and 11th graders please remember that no electronics will be allowed during testing. Calculators will be provided for you to use during the test.

 

April 2, 2018

Seniors! It is a night to remember! We are selling prom tickets this week before school and during both lunches in the commons. Please check your eligibility and if your guest is an LHS student, their eligibility as well before you buy a ticket–last day for guest forms is April 13th–and you both need to remain eligible through April 20th. If you guest does not attend Lincoln–you must have a processed guest form before you may buy tickets. Forms are available in student services and the journalism room, 2280.

Prom packages are one hundred dollars and include two prom tickets, one senior banquet ticket and a picture package from Dan’s Portrait Studio–this is your best deal, single tickets are thirty five and senior banquet tickets are twenty dollars. Ticket sales end on April nineteenth. No exceptions.

Rails Time Activities:       9th-11th grade (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

12th Grade (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

 

March 29, 2018

 

Seniors! Prom packages and tickets go on sale at the end of this week. Packages are one hundred dollars and single prom tickets are thirty five dollars. Plan ahead! Make sure you are eligible and continue to be eligible to buy and keep your tickets through to the day of prom, April 21. If your guest attends Lincoln, they must be eligible and remain eligible as well. Get to class on time–just show up–it’s that simple. Guest forms for non LHS students are available now in the journalism room, 2280 or student services.

A year full of memories! The 2018 yearbook is on sale now! Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and order yours today. Use code 3735. Last day to order yearbooks is in May. We do not order extra books. You did not buy your yearbook at registration–you can only purchase the book on our web site. All books must be pre ordered. Do it today!

 

March 28, 2018

 

This is a reminder that if you have not signed up for an AP test and wish to do so, today is the last day! Please see Katie Bales in the main office to sign up.

Seniors! Prom packages and tickets go on sale at the end of this week. Packages are one hundred dollars and single prom tickets are thirty five dollars. Plan ahead! Make sure you are eligible and continue to be eligible to buy and keep your tickets through to the day of prom, April 21. If your guest attends Lincoln, they must be eligible and remain eligible as well. Get to class on time–just show up–it’s that simple. Guest forms for non LHS students are available now in the journalism room, 2280 or student services.

A year full of memories! The 2018 yearbook is on sale now! Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and order yours today. Use code 3735. Last day to order yearbooks is in May. We do not order extra books. You did not buy your yearbook at registration–you can only purchase the book on our web site. All books must be pre ordered. Do it today!

Hey Lincoln High students- Have you ever ran from the police? Well here is your chance to run with the police! The Des Moines Police Department will be hosting a 5k run that benefits Special Olympics May 19th at 9am. If you would like to represent Lincoln High with running WITH the police, see Officer Deb to sign up! And yes, Officer Deb will be running.

Last night the Lincoln Southside Singers, Lincoln’s jazz choir, competed in the state vocal jazz competition for the first time in school history. Lincoln placed 6th, beating out strong programs from Waukee and CR Washington! Senior Lorena Eclatt and Sophomore Caitlyn Porter were also recognized for Outstanding Musicianship in class 4A. Congratulations guys!

 

March 27, 2018

 

Seniors! Prom packages and tickets go on sale at the end of this week. Packages are one hundred dollars and single prom tickets are thirty five dollars. Plan ahead! Make sure you are eligible and continue to be eligible to buy and keep your tickets through to the day of prom, April 21. If your guest attends Lincoln, they must be eligible and remain eligible as well. Get to class on time–just show up–it’s that simple. Guest forms for non LHS students are available now in the journalism room, 2280 or student services.

A year full of memories! The 2018 yearbook is on sale now! Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and order yours today. Use code 3735. Last day to order yearbooks is in May. We do not order extra books. You did not buy your yearbook at registration–you can only purchase the book on our web site. All books must be pre ordered. Do it today!

 

JV boys soccer will meet today for practice at 3:15 in the commons. This is mandatory for all JV soccer players.

 

Hey Lincoln High students- Have you ever ran from the police? Well here is your chance to run with the police! The Des Moines Police Department will be hosting a 5k run that benefits Special Olympics May 19th at 9am. If you would like to represent Lincoln High with running WITH the police, see Officer Deb to sign up! And yes, Officer Deb will be running.

Seniors, if you’ve made your final decision of where you’re going to college, come to the counseling office to get a college accepted shirt and to get your picture taken. We will also be posting your college choice on Lincoln’s senior College Board on the 2nd floor. Make sure you bring in a letter or email showing that you’re accepted in order to get your shirt.

 

There will be a Dream to Teach meeting after school today in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. New members are welcomed!

 

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

March 26, 2018

Seniors! Prom packages and tickets go on sale next week. Packages are one hundred dollars and single prom tickets are thirty five dollars. Plan ahead! Make sure you are eligible and continue to be eligible to buy and keep your tickets through to the day of prom, April 21. If your guest attends Lincoln, they must be eligible and remain eligible as well. Get to class on time–just show up–it’s that simple. Guest forms for non LHS students are available now in the journalism room, 2280 or student services.

A year full of memories! The 2018 yearbook is on sale now! Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and order yours today. Use code 3735. Last day to order yearbooks is in May. We do not order extra books. You did not buy your yearbook at registration–you can only purchase the book on our web site. All books must be pre ordered. Do it today!

Hey Lincoln High students- Have you ever ran from the police? Well here is your chance to run with the police! The Des Moines Police Department will be hosting a 5k run that benefits Special Olympics May 19th at 9am. If you would like to represent Lincoln High with running WITH the police, see Officer Deb to sign up! And yes, Officer Deb will be running.

Seniors, if you’ve made your final decision of where you’re going to college, come to the counseling office to get a college accepted shirt and to get your picture taken. We will also be posting your college choice on Lincoln’s senior College Board on the 2nd floor. Make sure you bring in a letter or email showing that you’re accepted in order to get your shirt.

There will be a Dream to Teach meeting after school tomorrow in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. New members are welcomed!

The girls track team traveled to Graceland University last Friday to run at the Jenner Invitational.  As a team the girls finished in 2nd place, narrowly missing 1st by 2 points.Individual highlights were: Jolynn Harris and Erika Canada placing 1st and 2nd in the 55 meter hurdles. Caitlyn Lucht won the 800 meter run and Brittney Miller was 7th.Brooke Maxwell and Brandie Paye finished 3rd and 4th in the 200 meter dash. Jalyiah Miller finished in 6th in the long jump. Olivia Jellue placed 8th in the 400 meter dash. In the relays the quartet of Jolynn Harris, Erika Canada, Brooke Maxwell, and Caitlyn Lucht won both the Distance Medley and the 4×400 Relays. The 4×200 team of Brandie Paye, Lily Christenson, Riko Ohmura, and Tiffani Nguyen finished 6th.The next meet for the girls will be Thursday March 29th at Lincoln.  This is our only home meet of the season so make plans to attend.

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.

Questions? Please stop by the MTSS office room 1420, located on long Roundhouse hallway and see Mrs. Clough.

March 22, 2018

Seniors! This is your last chance to check your senior picture and name! Stop by the journalism room, 2280 by this Friday and make sure everything is correct with your senior picture and name for the yearbook. You must order your book on line and the deadline is coming up fast!

Seniors! Prom packages and tickets go on sale next week. Packages are one hundred dollars and single prom tickets are thirty five dollars. Plan ahead! Make sure you are eligible and continue to be eligible to buy and keep your tickets through to the day of prom, April 21. If your guest attends Lincoln, they must be eligible and remain eligible as well. Get to class on time–just show up–it’s that simple. Guest forms for non LHS students are available now in the journalism room, 2280 or student services.

A year full of memories! The 2018 yearbook is on sale now! Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and order yours today. Use code 3735. Last day to order yearbooks is in May. We do not order extra books. You did not buy your yearbook at registration–you can only purchase the book on our web site. All books must be pre ordered. Do it today!

Let’s bring Hope into the community. NHS will be hosting a toiletry drive at Fleur Drive from 11am to 2pm this Saturday March 24th. All the donations will be going to Bidwell Riverside Pantry to help support families with small incomes to have appropriate an amount of food and toiletries in their household to provide for their loved ones. Bring your family and friends down to Fleur Drive Hy-Vee to make donation of food or toiletries as they shop. The stronger we make each family, the stronger our community becomes.

Attention Juniors. If you’re interested in visiting the University of Iowa please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The deadline to sign up will be March 28th.

Seniors, if you’ve made your final decision of where you’re going to college, come to the counseling office to get a college accepted shirt and to get your picture taken. We will also be posting your college choice on Lincoln’s senior College Board on the 2nd floor. Make sure you bring in a letter or email showing that you’re accepted in order to get your shirt.

Announcement for Thursday and Friday (3/23) morning: JV boy’s soccer will have a meeting in Coach Simon’s room 3160 this Friday from 3:00 to 3:45. If you are interesting in playing, this is a mandatory meeting.

The Rails Time activity for all grades this week is: https://mix.office.com/watch/gj7j1z1sfh5b (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

March 21, 2018

Seniors! This is your last chance to check your senior picture and name! Stop by the journalism room, 2280 by this Friday and make sure everything is correct with your senior picture and name for the yearbook. You must order your book on line and the deadline is coming up fast!

Seniors! Prom packages and tickets go on sale next week. Packages are one hundred dollars and single prom tickets are thirty five dollars. Plan ahead! Make sure you are eligible and continue to be eligible to buy and keep your tickets through to the day of prom, April 21. If your guest attends Lincoln, they must be eligible and remain eligible as well. Get to class on time–just show up–it’s that simple. Guest forms for non LHS students are available now in the journalism room, 2280 or student services.

 

A year full of memories! The 2018 yearbook is on sale now! Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and order yours today. Use code 3735. Last day to order yearbooks is in May. We do not order extra books. You did not buy your yearbook at registration–you can only purchase the book on our web site. All books must be pre ordered. Do it today!

 

Let’s bring Hope into the community. NHS will be hosting a toiletry drive at Fleur Drive from 11am to 2pm this Saturday March 24th. All the donations will be going to Bidwell Riverside Pantry to help support families with small incomes to have appropriate an amount of food and toiletries in their household to provide for their loved ones. Bring your family and friends down to Fleur Drive Hy-Vee to make donation of food or toiletries as they shop. The stronger we make each family, the stronger our community becomes.

Attention Juniors. If you’re interested in visiting the University of Iowa please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The deadline to sign up will be March 28th.

 

Seniors, if you’ve made your final decision of where you’re going to college,  come to the counseling office to get a college accepted shirt and to get your picture taken. We will also be posting your college choice on Lincoln’s senior college board on the 2nd floor. Make sure you bring in a letter or email showing that you’re accepted in order to get your shirt.

 

March 20, 2018

Seniors! This is your last chance to check your senior picture and name! Stop by the journalism room, 2280 by this Friday and make sure everything is correct with your senior picture and name for the yearbook. You must order your book on line and the deadline is coming up fast!

 

Student Council Leadership would like to thank you Lincoln for donating to Color My World! You’ve made a difference in kid’s lives!

 

Seniors! Prom packages and tickets go on sale next week. Packages are one hundred dollars and single prom tickets are thirty five dollars. Plan ahead! Make sure you are eligible and continue to be eligible to buy and keep your tickets through to the day of prom, April 21. If your guest attends Lincoln, they must be eligible and remain eligible as well. Get to class on time–just show up–it’s that simple. Guest forms for non LHS students will be available beginning tomorrow in the journalism room, 2280 or student services.

 

A year full of memories! The 2018 yearbook is on sale now! Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and order yours today. Use code 3735. Last day to order yearbooks is in May. We do not order extra books. You did not buy your yearbook at registration–you can only purchase the book on our web site. All books must be pre ordered. Do it today!

 

 

There will be a Dream to Teach meeting after school today in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. New members are welcomed!

Attention girls soccer athletes: This season has begun.  Anyone who missed yesterday should report to practice today at 3pm in the RAILS gym.  Contact Coach Voogd with any questions.

 

Attention Juniors. If you’re interested in visiting the University of Iowa please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The deadline to sign up will be March 28th.

 

Seniors, if you’ve made your final decision of where you’re going to college,  come to the counseling office to get a college accepted shirt and to get your picture taken. We will also be posting your college choice on Lincoln’s senior college board on the 2nd floor. Make sure you bring in a letter or email showing that you’re accepted in order to get your shirt.

The Rails Time activity for all grades this week is: https://mix.office.com/watch/gj7j1z1sfh5b (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

 

March 19, 2018

Seniors! This is your last chance to check your senior picture and name! Stop by the journalism room, 2280 by this Friday and make sure everything is correct with your senior picture and name for the yearbook. You must order your book on line and the deadline is coming up fast!

Student Council Leadership would like to thank you Lincoln for donating to Color My World! You’ve made a difference in kid’s lives!

Seniors! Prom packages and tickets go on sale next week. Packages are one hundred dollars and single prom tickets are thirty five dollars. Plan ahead! Make sure you are eligible and continue to be eligible to buy and keep your tickets through to the day of prom, April 21. If your guest attends Lincoln, they must be eligible and remain eligible as well. Get to class on time–just show up–it’s that simple. Guest forms for non LHS students will be available beginning tomorrow in the journalism room, 2280 or student services.

A year full of memories! The 2018 yearbook is on sale now! Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and order yours today. Use code 3735. Last day to order yearbooks is in May. We do not order extra books. You did not buy your yearbook at registration–you can only purchase the book on our web site. All books must be pre ordered. Do it today!

Students are you looking for summer employment?  Check out posters on the Counseling Center door for more information. Some of the places looking for employment are: Principal Park for the I-Cubs, Blank Park Zoo and Adventure land and Adventure Bay

There will be a Dream to Teach meeting after school tomorrow in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490. New members are welcomed!

Juniors signed up to take the ACT makeup test tomorrow should report to room 1090 tomorrow morning. Please see Ms. Gonzalez for any additional questions.

The Rails Time activity for all grades this week is: https://mix.office.com/watch/gj7j1z1sfh5b (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

 

March 6, 2018

 

Seniors! Get on your Infinite Campus and vote for your prom colors! It’s a night to remember and you pick the dazzling colors. Last day to vote is Wednesday, end of day.

It is time to buy a years’ worth of memories! Order your yearbook today at www.yearbookordercenter.com. We do not order extra yearbooks. Last day to buy a book is May 27th.

Color My World! Help out the children in Blank Hospital’s Pediatric ward by donating  a box of new crayons or a coloring book. Stop it by our table in the commons. Thank you Lincoln community!

Seniors! Who is most likely to be president?  Your senior polls are due now in the journalism room, 2280. Senior poll awards are announced at the Senior Banquet. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to nominate your friends for the category that best fits them.

Applications for next year’s leadership student council class are due now! Pick you your application in the journalism room, 2280. Juniors! If you want a position on senior board–this is the time to apply.

Boys interested in playing soccer – see Coach Simons at Main (Coach Schipper or Kozlowski at RAILS) for information regarding spring break activities and the first week of practices.

Do you want your voice heard?  Would you like a voice in what is offered in the cafeteria?  Then, skip Taco John’s and Taco Bell and eat in the cafeteria today!  DMPS’s own executive chef, Chad Taylor, will be preparing street tacos.  Then, you can vote on whether you would like to see this as a regular item on the menu!”

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

Best Buddies Lincoln will be in the commons today during lunches to support ‘Spread the Word to End the Word’. This promotes inclusion and getting rid of the “R” word in relation to kids with disabilities. Please come and sign our poster and see what Best Buddies is all about. Thanks to the National Honor Society for helping out in our cause.

Rails Time Activity:

March 5, 2018

It’s time to purchase your 2018 year of memories yearbook. We do not order extra copies to sell in the fall–all books must be pre ordered. Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use the code 3735.

Students who were not here to take the act on the 27th please come see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center to sign up for the make-up day.

Attention all Lincoln students, Our Best Buddies Chapter is celebrating Spread The Word To End The Word and is looking for your help! Spread The Word To End The Word is dedicated to end the use of the r-word. Today and tomorrow, the Best Buddies Chapter will be having a poster signing! See them in the morning or at lunch to sign their poster!

Roosevelt High School is hosting a college fair tonight and you are invited. The college fair goes from 5:30-7pm in the Roosevelt gym.

Rails Time Activity:

  • 10th-12th Grade: https://mix.office.com/watch/bd1r72ds84cbDo 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.Questions? Please stop by the MTSS office room 1420, located on long Roundhouse hallway and see Mrs. Clough.

March 1, 2018

Brighten up a child’s day by donating crayons, coloring books and markers to Lincoln’s community service project, color my world. Blank Children’s Hospital is in need of your donations so let’s pull together and help out! Bring your crayons, markers and coloring books before schools and during both lunches and drop them off at the maroon wall at the StuCo table by the sign. Thank you Lincoln!

Seniors! Hey Baby yearbook ads are due to the journalism room, 2280 this Friday. Yes, we have extended the deadline so you can be a part of this tradition. Pick up the information form in the journalism room, 2280 today. Don’t miss out!

Do you want to be part of Lincoln High School leadership student council team? Ever wondered who plans every dance including prom? Spirit Week, so many of our community service events here? Want to learn social media marketing, building time lines, public speaking, and successful group dynamics? Do you want to be a part of building a positive community climate and culture here at school? Pick up an application today in the journalism room, 2280. Applications and signature forms are due back next Friday. Level up with skills that will pay off in your future!

It’s time to purchase your 2018 year of memories yearbook. We do not order extra copies to sell in the fall–all books must be pre ordered. Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use the code 3735.

Dream to Teach will meet after school today at 2:50 in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490.  if you’ve ever considered being a teacher, stop by to learn more about Dream to Teach!

Will the following students please come to the main office Erika Canada,

Autumn Coe, Taeriah Harper and Makya Miller and see Katie Mattiussi.

SENIORS- the deadline for the $8,000 Rotary Scholarship is Friday, March 2. The entire packet including picture must be turned into Ms. Clinton by the end of the school day Friday.  Don’t miss out!

Attention Lincoln High School! RAILS Drama will be putting on their show A Night at the Theatre this Friday at 7:00PM in the RAILS Auditorium. The all-freshmen show will feature art work, musical theatre, choir, and improv performances. See you there!

Students who were not here to take the act on the 27th please come see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center to sign up for the make-up day.

February 28, 2018

Brighten up a child’s day by donating crayons, coloring books and markers to Lincoln’s community service project, color my world. Blank Children’s Hospital is in need of your donations so let’s pull together and help out! Bring your crayons, markers and coloring books before schools and during both lunches and drop them off at the maroon wall at the StuCo table by the sign. Thank you Lincoln!

Seniors! Hey Baby yearbook ads are due to the journalism room, 2280 this Friday. Yes, we have extended the deadline so you can be a part of this tradition. Pick up the information form in the journalism room, 2280 today. Don’t miss out!

Do you want to be part of Lincoln High School leadership student council team? Ever wondered who plans every dance including prom? Spirit Week, so many of our community service events here? Want to learn social media marketing, building time lines, public speaking, and successful group dynamics? Do you want to be a part of building a positive community climate and culture here at school? Pick up an application today in the journalism room, 2280. Applications and signature forms are due back next Friday. Level up with skills that will pay off in your future!

It’s time to purchase your 2018 year of memories yearbook. We do not order extra copies to sell in the fall–all books must be pre ordered. Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use the code 3735.

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 seminar for all 3 days. If you do not sign up for a seminar, at 9:15 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

Mandatory meeting Thursday March 1st for any boys interested in playing tennis this spring.

Information meetings for girl’s tennis will be March 1st at 3:10 in the Rails cafeteria.

The Lincoln girls track team started their indoor season off last night at Wartburg College.

Jolynn Harris placed 9th and Erika Canada finished 15th in the 55m hurdles.  Erika placed 12th and Jolynn 15th in the 200m dash. Personal Bests were ran by Tiffany Nguyen, Lily Christenson, Riko Ohmura, Theresa Wilkinson, Brooke Maxwell and Morgan Lohrman.  The next meet for the girls will be March 9th at Central College in Pella.

 

February 26, 2018

Brighten up a child’s day by donating crayons, coloring books and markers to Lincoln’s community service project, color my world. Blank Children’s Hospital is in need of your donations so let’s pull together and help out! Bring your crayons, markers and coloring books before schools and during both lunches and drop them off at the maroon wall at the StuCo table by the sign. Thank you Lincoln!

Seniors! Hey Baby yearbook ads are due to the journalism room, 2280 this Friday. Yes, we have extended the deadline so you can be a part of this tradition. Pick up the information form in the journalism room, 2280 today. Don’t miss out!

Do you want to be part of Lincoln High School leadership student council team? Ever wondered who plans every dance including prom? Spirit Week, so many of our community service events here? Want to learn social media marketing, building time lines, public speaking, successful group dynamics? Do you want to be a part of building a positive community climate and culture here at school? Pick up an application today in the journalism room, 2280. Applications and signature forms are due back next Friday. Level up with skills that will pay off in your future!

It’s time to purchase your 2018 year of memories yearbook. We do not order extra copies to sell in the fall–all books must be pre ordered. Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com and use the code 3735.

For the first time in school history, the Lincoln jazz choir, the “South Side Singers” was accepted into the state competition for jazz choir. The South Side Singers were 1 of 8 groups in Iowa selected from class 4A, and will compete for the championship at Valley High School on March 27th. Congratulations, guys!

11th graders:

Tuesday is ACT day. Please make sure you are here no later than 7:35. The testing room doors will close at 7:45. Please make sure you bring your student ID with you. If you choose to bring electronics it is the expectation that they be turned in as you enter the testing room and powered off. This includes, smart watches, fit bits, and phones. No food and drink can enter the testing room. Good luck and we will see you Tuesday morning!

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.

Questions? Please stop by the MTSS office room 1420, located on long Roundhouse hallway and see Mrs. Clough.

February 22, 2018

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Academic Decathlon members please attend the mandatory meeting Friday after school. Bring paperwork.

Grab some crayons and a coloring book and help brighten child’s world is our latest service project collecting crayons, markers and coloring books to be donated to Blank Hospital’s pediatric patients. Drop your donations off during both lunches before and after school in the color my world box by the maroon wall. Stu-co leadership members will be there as well. Thank you for brightening a child’s world.

Seniors! Don’t miss out on the tradition of hey baby in your 2018 yearbook Stop by the journalism room 2280 and if it is still under arctic freeze, see Mrs. Bradshaw in the library for information and a hey baby form. Hey babies are due February 23rd. don’t miss out!

It’s time to order a year’s worth of memories Lincoln! Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com today and order your 2018 yearbook. You must pre order your book- we do not have extras to sell next year.

Tomorrow February 22nd, the library will be closed. You may not use the library to cut through during passing.

Boys Soccer Players – Open Gyms will be Wednesdays and Fridays from 3:15-5pm from now till Spring Break.

February 21, 2018

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Academic Decathlon members please attend the mandatory meeting Friday after school. Bring paperwork.

Grab some crayons and a coloring book and help brighten child’s world is our latest service project collecting crayons, markers and coloring books to be donated to Blank Hospital’s pediatric patients. Drop your donations off during both lunches before and after school in the color my world box by the maroon wall. Stu-co leadership members will be there as well. Thank you for brightening a child’s world.

Seniors! Don’t miss out on the tradition of hey baby in your 2018 yearbook Stop by the journalism room 2280 and if it is still under arctic freeze, see Mrs. Bradshaw in the library for information and a hey baby form. Hey babies are due February 23rd. don’t miss out!

It’s time to order a year’s worth of memories Lincoln! Go to www.yearbookordercenter.com today and order your 2018 yearbook. You must pre order your book- we do not have extras to sell next year.

Tomorrow February 22nd, the library will be closed. You may not use the library to cut through during passing.

Boys Soccer Players – Open Gyms will be Wednesdays and Fridays from 3:15-5pm from now till Spring Break.

 

February 16, 2018

Seniors! Don’t miss out on the tradition of Hey Baby in your 2018 yearbook. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 and if it is still under an arctic freeze, see Mrs. Bradshaw in the library for information and a hey baby form. Hey Babies are due February 23rd. Don’t miss out!

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Juniors who did not sign up for the ACT during RAILS time please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center.

Have you finally made up your mind to attend Central Campus next year only to think your chance is gone?  Well, it’s your lucky day, there are spots available next year in almost every program.  Stop by the counseling center, ASAP and get your name on the list.  Don’t delay!

Academic Decathlon members. There is a meeting tonight right after school. Mandatory meeting. Please attend.

If you are one of the lucky 22 students attending Movement 515’s Teen Summit today you will be dismissed from class at 8:45 to meet in the commons. Our bus, #37105, will be leaving promptly at 9:00. Alternates, please also come to the commons to see if there is a spot for you. See Mrs. Brennan with any questions.

 

February 15, 2018

Seniors! Don’t miss out on the tradition of Hey Baby in your 2018 yearbook. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 and if it is still under an arctic freeze, see Mrs. Bradshaw in the library for information and a hey baby form. Hey Babies are due February 23rd. Don’t miss out!

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Juniors: ACT’s will be Tuesday, February 27th. The next three weeks ACT prep seminars will be available!

Juniors who did not sign up for the ACT during RAILS time please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center.

Have you finally made up your mind to attend Central Campus next year only to think your chance is gone?  Well, it’s your lucky day, there are spots available next year in almost every program.  Stop by the counseling center, ASAP and get your name on the list.  Don’t delay!

Come join the fun at Drama Club this Friday! Find out about fun performance opportunities and other great ways to get involved. Everyone is welcome so bring a friend! See you Friday at 3:00 in the Drama Room, room 3010

If you are one of the lucky 22 students attending Movement 515’s Teen Summit this Friday you will be dismissed from class at 8:45 to meet in the commons. Our bus, #37105, will be leaving promptly at 9:00. Alternates, please also come to the commons to see if there is a spot for you. See Mrs. Brennan with any questions.

February 14, 2018

Seniors! Don’t miss out on the tradition of Hey Baby in your 2018 yearbook. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 and if it is still under an arctic freeze, see Mrs. Bradshaw in the library for information and a hey baby form. Hey Babies are due February 23rd. Don’t miss out!

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Juniors: ACT’s will be Tuesday, February 27th. The next three weeks ACT prep seminars will be available!

Juniors who did not sign up for the ACT during RAILS time please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center.

Have you finally made up your mind to attend Central Campus next year only to think your chance is gone?  Well, it’s your lucky day, there are spots available next year in almost every program.  Stop by the counseling center, ASAP and get your name on the list.  Don’t delay!

Come join the fun at Drama Club this Friday! Find out about fun performance opportunities and other great ways to get involved. Everyone is welcome so bring a friend! See you Friday at 3:00 in the Drama Room, room 3010

If you are one of the lucky 22 students attending Movement 515’s Teen Summit this Friday you will be dismissed from class at 8:45 to meet in the commons. Our bus, #37105, will be leaving promptly at 9:00. Alternates, please also come to the commons to see if there is a spot for you. See Mrs. Brennan with any questions.

Boys Soccer Players – Open Gym is cancelled this week due to conferences. See you next Wednesday

February 13, 2018

There will be no Dream to Teach Meeting today. Please see Ms. Simpson in room 3490 if you have any questions!

Seniors! Don’t miss out on the tradition of Hey Baby in your 2018 yearbook. Stop by the journalism room, 2280 and if it is still under an arctic freeze, see Mrs. Bradshaw in the library for information and a hey baby form. Hey Babies are due February 23rd. Don’t miss out!

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Juniors: ACT’s will be Tuesday, February 27th. The next three weeks ACT prep seminars will be available!

Juniors who did not sign up for the ACT during RAILS time please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center.

Have you finally made up your mind to attend Central Campus next year only to think your chance is gone?  Well, it’s your lucky day, there are spots available next year in almost every program.  Stop by the counseling center, ASAP and get your name on the list.  Don’t delay!

Show your friend, loved one, buddy, secret crush, teacher, or significant other that you care by sending them a gift. Today the Brother 2 Brother Lincoln High School Chapter will be holding their annual Valentine’s Day Flower Sale!!! We will have a table set up in the Commons. We will be taking presale orders for roses and a message at both A/B LUNCH and AFTER school. Each flower will be hand delivered with a personal message during Rails Time and 4th block on Friday.  PLEASE SUPPORT!!!!

Students who did not get their report cards in Rails time, please stop by the main office and do so, today is the last day to pick these up!

Come join the fun at Drama Club this Friday! Find out about fun performance opportunities and other great ways to get involved. Everyone is welcome so bring a friend! See you Friday at 3:00 in the Drama Room, room 3010

Students attending the GSA field trip today for the Day at the Capitol need to meet in the commons at 8:30. Teachers, please see your email for a list of students to be excused at that time. See Mrs. Brennan with any questions.

If you are one of the lucky 22 students attending Movement 515’s Teen Summit this Friday you will be dismissed from class at 8:45 to meet in the commons. Our bus, #37105, will be leaving promptly at 9:00. Alternates, please also come to the commons to see if there is a spot for you. See Mrs. Brennan with any questions.

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

February 12, 2018

There will be no Dream to Teach Meeting tomorrow. Please see Ms. Simpson in room 3490 if you have any questions!

Who is 209 years old today? Abraham Lincoln, that’s who! And today is Abe’s Big Birthday Bash! Stop by the StuCo tables in the commons and get a free cupcake! Then head over to the maroon wall and draw your best picture of Abe and we will put it on the wall! Happy Birthday to our namesake–Abraham Lincoln! Join us for Abe’s Big Birthday Bash!

If you didn’t pick up your free top hat in the commons this morning, pick one up at lunch! Just give us an Abe fact and we will give you a hat!

Seniors! Don’t miss out on the tradition of Hey Baby in your 2018 yearbook. Stop  by the journalism room, 2280 and if it is still under an arctic freeze, see Mrs. Bradshaw in the library for information and a hey baby form. Hey Babies are due February 23rd. Don’t miss out!

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Juniors: ACT’s will be Tuesday, February 27th. The next three weeks ACT prep seminars will be available!

Juniors who did not sign up for the ACT during RAILS time please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center.

Have you finally made up your mind to attend Central Campus next year only to think your chance is gone?  Well, it’s your lucky day, there are spots available next year in almost every program.  Stop by the counseling center, ASAP and get your name on the list.  Don’t delay!

Show your friend, loved one, buddy, secret crush, teacher, or significant other that you care by sending them a gift. Today and tomorrow the Brother 2 Brother Lincoln High School Chapter will be holding their annual Valentine’s Day Flower Sale!!! We will have a table set up in the Commons. We will be taking presale orders for roses and a message at both A/B LUNCH and AFTER school. Each flower will be hand delivered with a personal message during Rails Time and 4th block on Friday.  PLEASE SUPPORT!!!!

Students who did not get their report cards in Rails time, please stop by the main office and do so, tomorrow is the last day to pick these up!

February 9, 2018

Congratulations to the boys and girls bowling team for their finish at conference bowling tournament yesterday. The girls finished in second place with 5 girls placing on the all-conference team. The boys finished third with 5 boys placing on the all-tournament team with top honors going to Marcus cross as the individual champ good job teams!

Seniors! Your hey baby ads are due February 23rd in the journalism room. 2280. Stop by for a hey baby form. Hey babies are a tradition in your last yearbook! Don’t miss out.

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Sophomores, want to go to Japan this summer?  If you’re interested in participating in the Kofu Japan trip with Des Moines Public Schools, please see one of the counselors for more information

Juniors: If you are still interested in applying for the National Council on Youth Leadership applications can be picked up in the office. Applications are due today, February 9th!

Juniors: ACT’s will be Tuesday, February 27th. The next three weeks ACT prep seminars will be available!

Juniors who did not sign up for the ACT during RAILS time please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center.

Have you finally made up your mind to attend Central Campus next year only to think your chance is gone?  Well, it’s your lucky day, there are spots available next year in almost every program.  Stop by the counseling center, ASAP and get your name on the list.  Don’t delay

Show your friend, loved one, buddy, secret crush, teacher, or significant other that you care by sending them a gift. Starting Thursday, Friday, Monday and Tuesday the Brother 2 Brother Lincoln High School Chapter will be holding their annual Valentine’s Day Flower Sale!!! We will have a table set up in the Commons. We will be taking presale orders for roses and a message at both A/B LUNCH and AFTER school. Each flower will be hand delivered with a personal message during Rails Time and 4th block on Friday.  PLEASE SUPPORT!!!!

Students who did not get their report cards in Rails time, please stop by the main office and do so.

 

February 8, 2018

 

Seniors! Your hey baby ads are due February 23rd in the journalism room. 2280. Stop by for a hey baby form. Hey babies are a tradition in your last yearbook! Don’t miss out.

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Sophomores, want to go to Japan this summer?  If you’re interested in participating in the Kofu Japan trip with Des Moines Public Schools, please see one of the counselors for more information

Juniors: If you are still interested in applying for the National Council on Youth Leadership applications can be picked up in the office. Applications are due this Friday, February 9th!

Juniors: ACT’s will be Tuesday, February 27th. The next three weeks ACT prep seminars will be available!

Juniors who did not sign up for the ACT during RAILS time please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center.

Have you finally made up your mind to attend Central Campus next year only to think your chance is gone?  Well, it’s your lucky day, there are spots available next year in almost every program.  Stop by the counseling center, ASAP and get your name on the list.  Don’t delay

Show your friend, loved one, buddy, secret crush, teacher, or significant other that you care by sending them a gift. Starting Thursday, Friday, Monday and Tuesday the Brother 2 Brother Lincoln High School Chapter will be holding their annual Valentine’s Day Flower Sale!!! We will have a table set up in the Commons. We will be taking presale orders for roses and a message at both A/B LUNCH and AFTER school. Each flower will be hand delivered with a personal message during Rails Time and 4th block on Friday.  PLEASE SUPPORT!!!!

Students who did not get their report cards in Rails time, please stop by the main office and do so.

February 7, 2018

 

Juniors: If you are still interested in applying for the National Council on Youth Leadership applications can be picked up in the office. Applications are due this Friday, February 9th!

Juniors: ACT’s will be Tuesday, February 27th. The next three weeks ACT prep seminars will be available!

Seniors! Your hey baby ads are due February 23rd in the journalism room. 2280. Stop by for a hey baby form. Hey babies are a tradition in your last yearbook! Don’t miss out.

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Sophomores, want to go to Japan this summer?  If you’re interested in participating in the Kofu Japan trip with Des Moines Public Schools, please see one of the counselors for more information

The next Dream to Teach will be meeting in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490, today after school.  This is for both new and returning members, so if you’ve ever considered becoming a teacher or want more information, stop by!

There is a Boys track meeting Wednesday February 7th in both buildings at 12:45.Main will meet in Coach Skeeters room 1280Rails will meet coach Hohl in the commons. The meeting will be short please take the time to show up.

Have you finally made up your mind to attend Central Campus next year only to think your chance is gone?  Well, it’s your lucky day, there are spots available next year in almost every program.  Stop by the counseling center, ASAP and get your name on the list.  Don’t delay

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

February 6, 2018

Juniors: If you are still interested in applying for the National Council on Youth Leadership applications can be picked up in the office. Applications are due this Friday, February 9th!

Juniors: ACT’s will be Tuesday, February 27th. The next three weeks ACT prep seminars will be available!

Seniors! Your hey baby ads are due February 23rd in the journalism room. 2280. Stop by for a hey baby form. Hey babies are a tradition in your last yearbook! Don’t miss out.

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Sophomores, want to go to Japan this summer?  If you’re interested in participating in the Kofu Japan trip with Des Moines Public Schools, please see one of the counselors for more information

The next Dream to Teach will be meeting in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490, today after school.  This is for both new and returning members, so if you’ve ever considered becoming a teacher or want more information, stop by!

There is a Boys track meeting Wednesday February 7th in both buildings at 12:45 Main will meet in Coach Skeeters room 1280 Rails will meet coach Hohl in the commons. The meeting will be short please take the time to show up.

Have you finally made up your mind to attend Central Campus next year only to think your chance is gone?  Well, it’s your lucky day, there are spots available next year in almost every program.  Stop by the counseling center, ASAP and get your name on the list.  Don’t delay

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

February 5, 2018

Juniors: The ACT will take place on Tuesday, February 27th. All Juniors can take the ACT for free on this day. To better prepare for the ACT, seminars will be offered for the next four weeks on ACT prep. It is encouraged that all juniors consider signing up for this opportunity. More information about the ACT will be coming up in the next few weeks.

Seniors! Your hey baby ads are due February 23rd in the journalism room. 2280. Stop by for a hey baby form. Hey babies are a tradition in your last yearbook! Don’t miss out.

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Sophomores, want to go to Japan this summer?  If you’re interested in participating in the Kofu Japan trip with Des Moines Public Schools, please see one of the counselors for more information

Congratulations to the Lincoln Boys Swim Team for their outstanding performance at the 2018 District meet on Saturday. The boys swimmers qualified 7 guys to the state meet this coming weekend in Iowa city in 5 different events. Congratulations to Javier Santiago for setting a new school record in the 100 butterfly, and Konnor Klocke and Javier for being part of new school records in two other relays. Good luck at state guys!

The next Dream to Teach will be meeting in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490, tomorrow after school.  This is for both new and returning members, so if you’ve ever considered becoming a teacher or want more information, stop by!

There is a Boys track meeting Wednesday February 7th in both buildings at 12:45 Main will meet in Coach Skeeters room 1280. Rails will meet coach Hohl in the commons. The meeting will be short please take the time to show up.

 

 

February 2, 2018

Juniors: The ACT will take place on Tuesday, February 27th. All Juniors can take the ACT for free on this day. To better prepare for the ACT, seminars will be offered for the next four weeks on ACT prep. It is encouraged that all juniors consider signing up for this opportunity. More information about the ACT will be coming up in the next few weeks.

Thank you Lincoln community for reaching out to our Des Moines population by participating in PJ Day and PJ Projects, making blankets, scarves, clean-up bags, snack bags and contributing socks! And…if you have socks to donate, please bring them to the journalism room, 2280 today! We do rise when we help others!

Seniors! Your hey baby ads are due February 23rd in the journalism room. 2280. Stop by for a hey baby form. Hey babies are a tradition in your last yearbook! Don’t miss out.

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Sophomores, want to go to Japan this summer?  If you’re interested in participating in the Kofu Japan trip with Des Moines Public Schools, please see one of the counselors for more information

The next Dream to Teach will be meeting in Ms. Simpson’s room, 3490, Tuesday after school.  This is for both new and returning members, so if you’ve ever considered becoming a teacher or want more information, stop by!

Boys track meeting Wednesday February 7th in both buildings at 12:45 at Main we will meet in Coach Skeeters room 1280. Rails will meet with coach Hohl in the commons. The meeting will be short please take the time to show up. There is no Track winter workout this Sunday. We will resume on Wednesday the 7th

February 1, 2018

Juniors: The ACT will take place on Tuesday, February 27th. All Juniors can take the ACT for free on this day. To better prepare for the ACT, seminars will be offered for the next four weeks on ACT prep. It is encouraged that all juniors consider signing up for this opportunity. More information about the ACT will be coming up in the next few weeks.

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Sophomores, want to go to Japan this summer?  If you’re interested in participating in the Kofu Japan trip with Des Moines Public Schools, please see one of the counselors for more information

January 31, 2018

Juniors: The ACT will take place on Tuesday, February 27th. All Juniors can take the ACT for free on this day. To better prepare for the ACT, seminars will be offered for the next four weeks on ACT prep. It is encouraged that all juniors consider signing up for this opportunity. More information about the ACT will be coming up in the next few weeks.

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

Sophomores, want to go to Japan this summer?  If you’re interested in participating in the Kofu Japan trip with Des Moines Public Schools, please see one of the counselors for more information

January 30, 2018

The Lois Dale Scholarship deadline has been extended to January 31st. This award will cover 4 years of tuition, room and board, and books for a student and we are selecting 2 from Lincoln. Please see Ms. Minnehan for an application. The Rotary Club Scholarship is now active online. Please see Ms. Clinton for more information.

Are you interested in becoming a teacher? Dream to Teach is a program that provides students with opportunities for leadership, field trips, scholarships, and a future job interview with Des Moines Public Schools.  There will be a short meeting Tuesday January 30th after school at 2:45 in Ms. Simpson Room, 3490.  Please see Ms. Simpson if you have any question or for more information if you cannot attend.

Juniors: The ACT will take place on Tuesday, February 27th. All Juniors can take the ACT for free on this day. To better prepare for the ACT, seminars will be offered for the next four weeks on ACT prep. It is encouraged that all juniors consider signing up for this opportunity. More information about the ACT will be coming up in the next few weeks.

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

January 29, 2018

The Lois Dale Scholarship deadline has been extended to January 31st. This award will cover 4 years of tuition, room and board, and books for a student and we are selecting 2 from Lincoln. Please see Ms. Minnehan for an application. The Rotary Club Scholarship is now active online. Please see Ms. Clinton for more information.

Are you interested in becoming a teacher? Dream to Teach is a program that provides students with opportunities for leadership, field trips, scholarships, and a future job interview with Des Moines Public Schools.  There will be a short meeting Tuesday January 30th after school at 2:45 in Ms. Simpson Room, 3490.  Please see Ms. Simpson if you have any question or for more information if you cannot attend.

Juniors: The ACT will take place on Tuesday, February 27th. All Juniors can take the ACT for free on this day. To better prepare for the ACT, seminars will be offered for the next four weeks on ACT prep. It is encouraged that all juniors consider signing up for this opportunity. More information about the ACT will be coming up in the next few weeks.

Congratulations to the Lincoln Robotics program for a great showing at the Nevada League Championship.

Team: Rails Robotic Legion – consisting of team members: Eric Acosta, Austin Rubio, Nate Tostlebe, and Hunter Trogdon- made it to the semi-finals, finished in 5th place and WON! the Rockwell Collins Innovation Award

Team: Not Fast, Just furious finished in 8th place

And Team: Robotic Rails consisting of team members: Sophia Anderson, Clayton Davis, John Goode, Coby Konkol, and Nate McCraine; WON! The tournament and are headed to the Super Regionals hosted by John Deere on Saturday February 3rd.

Sign Up for AP Exams between now and March 26th.  Sign up with the bookkeeper in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall or your AP teacher.  You must register BEFORE March 26. This is the final deadline for signing up!

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. Questions? Please stop by the MTSS office room 1420, located on long Roundhouse hallway and see Mrs. Clough.

Lincoln Gay Straight Alliance will meet today at 2:50 in Brennan’s room 2180. Come join us to make Lincoln a better and safer community for all students.

 

January 26, 2018

Welcome to Havana! Your winter formal dance tickets are on sale this week in the commons before school, during both lunches and after school in the commons. Tickets are ten dollars and you need your ID to purchase your tickets. Tickets are not sold at the door.  Your dance is this Saturday, from 7 to 10 in the commons. Come and have fun!

The Lois Dale Scholarship deadline has been extended to January 31st. This award will cover 4 years of tuition, room and board, and books for a student and we are selecting 2 from Lincoln. Please see Ms. Minnehan for an application. The Rotary Club Scholarship is now active online. Please see Ms. Clinton for more information.

All permission slips for the University of Iowa field trip are due today. Please see Ms. Gonzalez or Ms. Minnehan if you need a form.

Are you interested in becoming a teacher? Dream to Teach is a program that provides students with opportunities for leadership, field trips, scholarships, and a future job interview with Des Moines Public Schools.  There will be a short meeting Tuesday January 30th after school at 2:45 in Ms. Simpson Room, 3490.  Please see Ms. Simpson if you have any question or for more information if you cannot attend.

Juniors: Do you have a 3.0 cumulative grade point and experience with leadership in school, your community, or religious community? If so, you may qualify to be a part of the National Council on Youth Leadership. If your interested in this leadership opportunity stop by the main office and pick up an application starting Friday, January 26th.   Applications are due Friday, February 9th. If you have any question see Mrs. Dunsky in room 3030.

Juniors: The ACT will take place on Tuesday, February 27th. All Juniors can take the ACT for free on this day. To better prepare for the ACT, seminars will be offered for the next four weeks on ACT prep. It is encouraged that all juniors consider signing up for this opportunity. More information about the ACT will be coming up in the next few weeks.

January 25, 2018

Today’s DMACC trip will be departing at 9am. Please wait for an announcement before leaving class. We will still return at 11am.

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

Welcome to Havana! Your winter formal dance tickets are on sale this week in the commons before school, during both lunches and after school in the commons. Tickets are ten dollars and you need your ID to purchase your tickets. Tickets are not sold at the door.  Your dance is this Saturday, from 7 to 10 in the commons. Come and have fun!

Not everyone has the opportunity to put on some comfy PJ’s and sleep in a bed. This Friday is PJ Project Day and you are encouraged to wear your PJ’s to school as a reminder that we need to be aware of and care for our homeless community. If you wear you PJ’s Friday, you will be called down for group pictures during your Rail Times either the commons or auditorium depending–so just listen for instructions. Get your friends, your team, your group together and wear your PJ’s Friday!  The following week, several Rail Times are doing homelessness awareness projects as well. Follow us on @therailsonline for details.

The Lois Dale Scholarship deadline has been extended to January 31st. This award will cover 4 years of tuition, room and board, and books for a student and we are selecting 2 from Lincoln. Please see Ms. Minnehan for an application. The Rotary Club Scholarship is now active online. Please see Ms. Clinton for more information.

All permission slips for the University of Iowa field trip are due this Friday. Please see Ms. Gonzalez or Ms. Minnehan if you need a form.

The library will be closed ALL day on Thursday, Jan. 25th for the NHS Blood Drive.  Only the NHS students and students donating blood will be allowed in the library.  Students, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO CUT THROUGH THE LIBRARY .

The Blood Drive is today and anyone that has signed up please turn in your parent permission forms when you come to your appointment. If you have questions contact Mr. Howett in room 2070 or an executive member of the National Honor Society. Contact info is available of the National Honor Society page on the Lincoln website.

Students interested in attending I’ll Make Me a World on January 26th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez or Mr. Cheatom. This field trip will focus on culture and higher education opportunities.

Are you interested in becoming a teacher? Dream to Teach is a program that provides students with opportunities for leadership, field trips, scholarships, and a future job interview with Des Moines Public Schools.  There will be a short meeting Tuesday January 30th after school at 2:45 in Ms. Simpson Room, 3490.  Please see Ms. Simpson if you have any question or for more information if you cannot attend.

Juniors: Do you have a 3.0 cumulative grade point and experience with leadership in school, your community, or religious community? If so, you may qualify to be a part of the National Council on Youth Leadership. If your interested in this leadership opportunity stop by the main office and pick up an application starting Friday, January 26th.   Applications are due Friday, February 9th. If you have any question see Mrs. Dunsky in room 3030.

Juniors: The ACT will take place on Tuesday, February 27th. All Juniors can take the ACT for free on this day. To better prepare for the ACT, seminars will be offered for the next four weeks on ACT prep. It is encouraged that all juniors consider signing up for this opportunity. More information about the ACT will be coming up in the next few weeks.

 

January 24, 2018

Today’s DMACC trip will be departing at 9am. Please wait for an announcement before leaving class. We will still return at 11am.

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

Welcome to Havana! Your winter formal dance tickets are on sale this week in the commons before school, during both lunches and after school in the commons. Tickets are ten dollars and you need your ID to purchase your tickets. Tickets are not sold at the door.  Your dance is this Saturday, from 7 to 10 in the commons. Come and have fun!

Not everyone has the opportunity to put on some comfy PJ’s and sleep in a bed. This Friday is PJ Project Day and you are encouraged to wear your PJ’s to school as a reminder that we need to be aware of and care for our homeless community. If you wear you PJ’s Friday, you will be called down for group pictures during your Rail Times either the commons or auditorium depending–so just listen for instructions. Get your friends, your team, your group together and wear your PJ’s Friday!  The following week, several Rail Times are doing homelessness awareness projects as well. Follow us on @therailsonline for details.

The Lois Dale Scholarship deadline has been extended to January 31st. This award will cover 4 years of tuition, room and board, and books for a student and we are selecting 2 from Lincoln. Please see Ms. Minnehan for an application. The Rotary Club Scholarship is now active online. Please see Ms. Clinton for more information.

All permission slips for the University of Iowa field trip are due this Friday. Please see Ms. Gonzalez or Ms. Minnehan if you need a form.

Students interested in attending I’ll Make Me a World on January 26th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez or Mr. Cheatom. This field trip will focus on culture and higher education opportunities.

Are you interested in becoming a teacher? Dream to Teach is a program that provides students with opportunities for leadership, field trips, scholarships, and a future job interview with Des Moines Public Schools.  There will be a short meeting Tuesday January 30th after school at 2:45 in Ms. Simpson Room, 3490.  Please see Ms. Simpson if you have any question or for more information if you cannot attend.

Hello seniors! Are you interested in giving the graduation speech for the class of 2018? If so please read  the following information:

  • Student speakers will deliver the Commencement Address Saturday, May 26th at 3:30 PM.
  • Speaker auditions will be held Friday, February 16th at 3:00 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 9th.
  • 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 2018, parents, friends and relatives.”  Auditions will be held on Friday, February 16th.
  • The panel of judges will consist of Senior Officers (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 26th, a total of 5 to 7 minutes will be allotted for the Commencement Address.

January 19, 2018

Winter Formal is Saturday, January 27 from 7 to 10 pm in the commons. You will think you are in Havana! Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale today. Guest forms for guests who are not Lincoln students are due in student services on Friday, January 19th–that means THIS FRIDAY. This is a strict deadline and guest forms will not be accepted after this date. Guest forms are available in student services or in the journalism room, 2280 right now. Get ready to salsa dance and have a great time!

Get your friends, get your team, get your groups to show up ready for the PJ Project day, Friday, January 26th by wearing your pajamas to school to create awareness for homelessness in Des Moines. Group pictures will happen during Rail Times that day. Make sure to check out a variety of homelessness project building seminars as well for the following week. Let’s help our community by showing up Friday, January 26th in pajamas to support the PJ Project.

Academic Decathlon team has a mandatory meeting today after school.

All Semester 1 Anatomy students please turn in your textbooks in the library as soon as possible.

The National Honor Society wants your blood! Lincoln High School is hosting its annual blood drive Thursday January 25th from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Lincoln Main Library. Up to 5 donations can help a premature infant survive past their birthday and up to five donations a week to help a cancer patient undergo chemo. To schedule an appointment to donate, sign up during in the Commons during lunch or in the morning before school. If you have any questions about the blood drive you can contact Mr. Howett in room 2070 or an executive member of the National Honor Society. You must be at least 16 years old and way a minimum of 120 pounds to be eligible.

Students interested in attending I’ll Make Me a World on January 26th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez or Mr. Cheatom. This field trip will focus on culture and higher education opportunities.

SENIORS– please log into the LHS Scholarship database and check out the new scholarships listed there. Please watch your deadlines. Don’t have an empty scholarship wallet, apply today. The more scholarships you are awarded, the less you have to pay.

January 17, 2018

Winter Formal is Saturday, January 27 from 7 to 10 pm in the commons. You will think you are in Havana! Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale today. Guest forms for guests who are not Lincoln students are due in student services on Friday, January 19th–that means THIS FRIDAY. This is a strict deadline and guest forms will not be accepted after this date. Guest forms are available in student services or in the journalism room, 2280 right now. Get ready to salsa dance and have a great time!

Get your friends, get your team, get your groups to show up ready for the PJ Project day, Friday, January 26th by wearing your pajamas to school to create awareness for homelessness in Des Moines. Group pictures will happen during Rail Times that day. Make sure to check out a variety of homelessness project building seminars as well for the following week. Let’s help our community by showing up Friday, January 26th in pajamas to support the PJ Project.

The National Honor Society wants your blood! Lincoln High School is hosting its annual blood drive Thursday January 25th from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Lincoln Main Library. Up to 5 donations can help a premature infant survive past their birthday and up to five donations a week to help a cancer patient undergo chemo. To schedule an appointment to donate, sign up during in the Commons during lunch or in the morning before school. If you have any questions about the blood drive you can contact Mr. Howett in room 2070 or an executive member of the National Honor Society. You must be at least 16 years old and way a minimum of 120 pounds to be eligible.

Students interested in attending I’ll Make Me a World on January 26th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez or Mr. Cheatom. This field trip will focus on culture and higher education opportunities.

SENIORSplease log into the LHS Scholarship database and check out the new scholarships listed there. Please watch your deadlines. Don’t have an empty scholarship wallet, apply today. The more scholarships you are awarded, the less you have to pay.

January 16, 2018

Today you will attend your Rails Time class. We will have seminars 3 days this week. New seminars will begin tomorrow. Sign in and find out if you have been assigned to a seminar by a teacher or if you have a CHOICE. You must sign up for the SAME seminar all 3 days even if you attend Central Campus. Make sure that after you have chosen all 3 days that you click on the SAVE button. If a seminar is full any of the days….you must choose another seminar. If you have Choice, make sure that you sign up soon ….before the one YOU want is full. Do NOT wait to do this!! If you have questions or need help …..ask a teacher.

Tomorrow is the first day of second semester. We will be distributing schedules in the roundhouse before school tomorrow starting at 7AM. If you have a class at central, there will be a separate table where you will collect that schedule. You may also view your schedule on Infinite Campus. Please be aware that changes may be made due to course failures or other circumstances. Thank you and GO RAILS!

Winter Formal is Saturday, January 27 from 7 to 10 pm in the commons. You will think you are in Havana! Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale the week of January 22nd. Guest forms for guests who are not Lincoln students are due in student services on Friday, January 19th–that means THIS FRIDAY. This is a strict deadline and guest forms will not be accepted after this date. Guest forms are available in student services or in the journalism room, 2280 right now. Get ready to salsa dance and have a great time!

Get your friends, get your team, and get your groups to show up ready for the PJ Project day, Friday, January 26th by wearing your pajamas to school to create awareness for homelessness in Des Moines. Group pictures will happen during Rail Times that day. Make sure to check out a variety of homelessness project building seminars as well for the following week. Let’s help our community by showing up Friday, January 26th in pajamas to support the PJ Project.

Students interested in attending I’ll Make Me a World on January 26th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez or Mr. Cheatom. This field trip will focus on culture and higher education opportunities.

This week we will be hosting a seminar for any student interested in learning about obtaining United States Citizenship. You’ll be able to sign up for this seminar through RAILS time. Any student is welcome who would like to learn more about the process. Please see Ms. Minnehan in the counseling office if you have any questions or would like more information.

Congratulations to the Lincoln Robotics club for running the table with a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finished at the league championship. The Robotic Rails team is seated 2nd going into our district tournament that will be held on January 27th in Nevada.

January 10, 2018

Seminars today through Friday Jan. 12th, will be Help labs in preparation for the end of the semester. You may sign up for a different Help Lab each day. You may select a teacher up to a maximum of 2 times. You should sign up for seminars where you need help completing course requirements to complete semester 1 successfully. If you are a Central Campus student, sign up only for seminars on the days you are here in the building. Quiet Study Labs are available for sign-up in both buildings.

If you are interested in attending a college visit at the end of January to either DMACC, Simpson, or University of Iowa, please see Ms. Minnehan or Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling office for a permission slip.

Attention Academic Decathlon Members: There is a mandatory meeting on Friday please turn in your paperwork ASAP.

Winter Formal is Saturday, January 27 from 7 to 10 pm in the commons. You will think you are in Havana! Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale the week of January 22nd. Guest forms for guests who are not Lincoln students are due in student services on Friday, January 19th. This is a strict deadline and guest forms will not be accepted after this date. Guest forms are available in student services or in the journalism room, 2280 right now. Get ready to salsa dance and have a great time!

Get your friends, get your team, get your groups to show up ready for the PJ Project day, Friday, January 26th by wearing your pajamas to school to create awareness for homelessness in Des Moines. Group pictures will happen during Rail Times that day. Make sure to check out a variety of homelessness project building seminars as well for the following week. Let’s help our community by showing up Friday, January 26th in pajamas to support the PJ Project.

January 9, 2018

Seminars today through Friday Jan. 12th, will be Help labs in preparation for the end of the semester. You may sign up for a different Help Lab each day. You may select a teacher up to a maximum of 2 times. You should sign up for seminars where you need help completing course requirements to complete semester 1 successfully. If you are a Central Campus student, sign up only for seminars on the days you are here in the building. Quiet Study Labs are available for sign-up in both buildings.

If you are interested in attending a college visit at the end of January to either DMACC, Simpson, or University of Iowa, please see Ms. Minnehan or Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling office for a permission slip.

Attention Academic Decathlon Members: There is a mandatory meeting on Friday and you have to bring your paperwork to compete!

Winter Formal is Saturday, January 27 from 7 to 10 pm in the commons. You will think you are in Havana! Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale the week of January 22nd. Guest forms for guests who are not Lincoln students are due in student services on Friday, January 19th. This is a strict deadline and guest forms will not be accepted after this date. Guest forms are available in student services or in the journalism room, 2280 right now. Get ready to salsa dance and have a great time!

Get your friends, get your team, get your groups to show up ready for the PJ Project day, Friday, January 26th by wearing your pajamas to school to create awareness for homelessness in Des Moines. Group pictures will happen during Rail Times that day. Make sure to check out a variety of homelessness project building seminars as well for the following week. Let’s help our community by showing up Friday, January 26th in pajamas to support the PJ Project.

 

January 8, 2018

Seminars today through next Friday Jan. 12th, will be Help labs in preparation for the end of the semester. You may sign up for a different Help Lab each day. You may select a teacher up to a maximum of 2 times. You should sign up for seminars where you need help completing course requirements to complete semester 1 successfully. If you are a Central Campus student, sign up only for seminars on the days you are here in the building. Quiet Study Labs are available for sign-up in both buildings.

Are you interested in becoming lawyer? Do you like to perform? Are you interested in joining a fun activity that looks great on college applications? If so, come join the Lincoln Mock Trial team. We will be having our first meeting of the season today, January 8th at Lincoln Main in the Counseling Center after school. If you can’t make it to the meeting but want to join, please stop by the counseling center and see Kaitlyn Evans for more information.

If you are interested in attending a college visit at the end of January to either DMACC, Simpson, or University of Iowa, please see Ms. Minnehan or Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling office for a permission slip.

Winter Formal is Saturday, January 27 from 7 to 10 pm in the commons. You will think you are in Havana! Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale the week of January 22nd. Guest forms for guests who are not Lincoln students are due in student services on Friday, January 19th. This is a strict deadline and guest forms will not be accepted after this date. Guest forms are available in student services or in the journalism room, 2280 right now. Get ready to salsa dance and have a great time!

Get your friends, get your team, get your groups to show up ready for the PJ Project day, Friday, January 26th by wearing your pajamas to school to create awareness for homelessness in Des Moines. Group pictures will happen during Rail Times that day. Make sure to check out a variety of homelessness project building seminars as well for the following week. Let’s help our community by showing up Friday, January 26th in pajamas to support the PJ Project.

January 5, 2018

Seminars today through next Friday Jan. 12th, will be Help labs in preparation for the end of the semester. You may sign up for a different Help Lab each day. You may select a teacher up to a maximum of 2 times. You should sign up for seminars where you need help completing course requirements to complete semester 1 successfully. If you are a Central Campus student, sign up only for seminars on the days you are here in the building. Quiet Study Labs are available for sign-up in both buildings.

Track winter workouts will start this Sunday at 4 pm in the roundhouse. Wednesday workouts will start at 6:30 pm. These workouts are open to anyone. Workouts are approximately 1 hour. Bring a friend.

Are you interested in becoming lawyer? Do you like to perform? Are you interested in joining a fun activity that looks great on college applications? If so, come join the Lincoln Mock Trial team. We will be having our first meeting of the season on Monday, January 8th at Lincoln Main in the Counseling Center after school. If you can’t make it to the meeting but want to join, please stop by the counseling center and see Kaitlyn Evans for more information.

Attention all girls interested in track.  There will be a mandatory short meeting held on today, January 5th for students at MAIN in the cafeteria.  The meeting at RAILS will be on Tuesday January 9th in the cafeteria.  Both meetings will be right after school so be on time and make plans to attend one of those meetings.  If you cannot attend please contact Coach Dowling at McCombs or Coach Leib at MAIN for more information.

If you are interested in attending a college visit at the end of January to either DMACC, Simpson, or University of Iowa, please see Ms. Minnehan or Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling office for a permission slip.

Congratulations to the girls bowling team for their victory over East last night. The boys lost a close battle. The next meet is home next Tuesday at Bowlerama.

Congratulations to the Lincoln Boys Swim Team for beating Ottumwa last night 91 to 79. First place swims by Javier Santiago, Konnor Klocke, and Miguel Espinoza all assisted in the conference victory. The boys swim team remains undefeated in conference meets, nice work guys!

January 4, 2018

Seminars today through next Friday Jan. 12th, will be Help labs in preparation for the end of the semester. You may sign up for a different Help Lab each day. You may select a teacher up to a maximum of 2 times. You should sign up for seminars where you need help completing course requirements to complete semester 1 successfully. If you are a Central Campus student, sign up only for seminars on the days you are here in the building. Quiet Study Labs are available for sign-up in both buildings.

Boys Soccer Players: Weightlifting and Open Gyms are postponed until the start of second semester. Repeat: Weightlifting and Open Gyms are postponed until the start of second semester.

Track winter workouts will start this Sunday at 4 pm in the roundhouse. Wednesday workouts will start at 6:30 pm. These workouts are open to anyone. Workouts are approximately 1 hour. Bring a friend.

Are you interested in becoming lawyer? Do you like to perform? Are you interested in joining a fun activity that looks great on college applications? If so, come join the Lincoln Mock Trial team. We will be having our first meeting of the season on Monday, January 8th at Lincoln Main in the Counseling Center after school. If you can’t make it to the meeting but want to join, please stop by the counseling center and see Kaitlyn Evans for more information.

Attention all girls interested in track.  There will be a mandatory short meeting held on Friday January 5th for students at MAIN in the cafeteria.  The meeting at RAILS will be on Tuesday January 9th in the cafeteria.  Both meetings will be right after school so be on time and make plans to attend one of those meetings.  If you cannot attend please contact Coach Dowling at McCombs or Coach Leib at MAIN for more information.

If you are interested in attending a college visit at the end of January to either DMACC, Simpson, or University of Iowa, please see Ms. Minnehan or Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling office for a permission slip.

 

December 21, 2017

Seniors planning to graduate in January, please make sure you turn in your petition for January graduation to the counseling office. If you need another copy please see Ms. Minnehan in the counseling office.

When you return from Break on January 3rd you will attend your Rails Time class. Seminars after break, January 4th through the 12th, will be Help labs in preparation for the end of the semester. You will be able to sign up for a different Help Lab each day depending on where you have a need. You may select a teacher up to a maximum of 2 times. You should sign up for seminars where you need help completing course requirements. If you are a Central Campus student, sign up only for Help Labs on the days you are here in the Main building. Quiet Study Labs will be available. These labs will provide quiet places to study and will be located in the Library and Cafeteria. You must sign up for these labs. You will be able to sign onto the program anytime during break. Take a moment and sign up for the Help Labs you need.

Have a safe and wonderful break!

December 20, 2017

Seniors planning to graduate in January, please make sure you turn in your petition for January graduation to the counseling office. If you need another copy please see Ms. Minnehan in the counseling office.

Wear your best ugly holiday sweater tomorrow! Prizes for lots of categories–check it out in the commons on the maroon wall–take a picture in front of the sign that best describes your sweater and tweet it to @therailsonline. Most number of likes by 2:00 wins a special holiday treat delivered at the end of 8th block. Student Council Leadership will also be taking your picture and handing out prizes in the commons during both lunches! Don’t miss out! Have a holly jolly day tomorrow!

Students- Just a reminder that you need to have a parking permit to park on school property.  Violators are subject to a $40 city fine.  Also, students are not allowed to park in the designated staff lot.  Parking in the staff lot could result in a school or city fine.  Habitual offenders may lose their parking privileges and/or have their car towed.

The best way to spread holiday cheer is to buy candy canes for your peers. NHS will be selling holiday cards and candy canes that will be delivered to students and teachers during 8th block on the last day before break. NHS will be selling in the commons in the morning and also during both lunches today for only $1 per card and candy cane. So stop by and purchase a holiday card for all your friends and teachers to wish them a happy holidays.

 

December 19, 2017

Seniors planning to graduate in January, please make sure you turn in your petition for January graduation to the counseling office. If you need another copy please see Ms. Minnehan in the counseling office.

Get your ugly holiday sweater on this Thursday! Prizes for lots of categories–go to the maroon wall in the commons and take a selfie or have someone take your picture in front of the category that best fits your sweater–then dm to @therailsonline twitter–most likes by 2:00 wins a special button, candy and for first place in each category–free ticket to snowcoming winter dance! Student Council will be in the coming during lunches to take your pictures as well. Don’t miss out! Make sure you follow us @therailsonline and join in the fun!

Sophomores who are interested in applying to Central Upward Bound, please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The deadline is Today.

Students- Just a reminder that you need to have a parking permit to park on school property.  Violators are subject to a $40 city fine.  Also, students are not allowed to park in the designated staff lot.  Parking in the staff lot could result in a school or city fine.  Habitual offenders may lose their parking privileges and/or have their car towed.

Are you interested in becoming a teacher? Dream to teach is a program that provides students with opportunities for leadership, scholarships, and a future job interview with Des Moines Public Schools.  There will be a short informational meeting for both new members and returning members today, Dec. 19th after school in Ms. Simpson Room, 3490.  Please see Ms. Simpson if you have any question or for more information if you cannot attend.

The best way to spread holiday cheer is to buy candy canes for your peers. NHS will be selling holiday cards and candy canes that will be delivered to students and teachers during 8th block on the last day before break. NHS will be selling in the commons in the morning and also during both lunches from December 15th to December 20th for only $1 per card and candy cane. So stop by and purchase a holiday card for all your friends and teachers to wish them a happy holidays.

December 18, 2017

Seniors planning to graduate in January, please make sure you turn in your petition for January graduation to the counseling office. If you need another copy please see Ms. Minnehan in the counseling office.

Get your ugly holiday sweater on this Thursday! Prizes for lots of categories–check it out in the commons on the maroon wall. Student Council Leadership will be taking your picture and handing out prizes in the commons during both lunches! Don’t miss out!

Sophomores who are interested in applying to Central Upward Bound, please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The deadline is next Tuesday, December 19th.

Students- Just a reminder that you need to have a parking permit to park on school property.  Violators are subject to a $40 city fine.  Also, students are not allowed to park in the designated staff lot.  Parking in the staff lot could result in a school or city fine.  Habitual offenders may lose their parking privileges and/or have their car towed.

Are you interested in becoming a teacher? Dream to teach is a program that provides students with opportunities for leadership, scholarships, and a future job interview with Des Moines Public Schools.  There will be a short informational meeting for both new members and returning members Tuesday, Dec. 19th after school in Ms. Simpson Room, 3490.  Please see Ms. Simpson if you have any question or for more information if you cannot attend.

The best way to spread holiday cheer is to buy candy canes for your peers. NHS will be selling holiday cards and candy canes that will be delivered to students and teachers during 8th block on the last day before break. NHS will be selling in the commons in the morning and also during both lunches from December 15th to December 20th for only $1 per card and candy cane. So stop by and purchase a holiday card for all your friends and teachers to wish them a happy holidays.

December 15, 2017

Congratulations to the Lincoln Boys Swim team for beating East High School last night 86 to 84. First place swims by Miguel Espinoza, Javier Santiago and Konner Klocke all helped in the big victory. The rails swimmers continue to be undefeated in conference swim meets this season, nice work RAILS swimmers!!

Seniors planning to graduate in January, please make sure you turn in your petition for January graduation to the counseling office. If you need another copy please see Ms. Minnehan in the counseling office.

Lincoln! You know what next Thursday is??? Have you looked at the maroon wall in the commons? Then you know! Next Thursday is Ugly Holiday Sweater! There are contests and fun for all sorts of ugly sweaters!  Check our display case by the office for details! We have lots of prizes and cool buttons all ready for you!

Sophomores who are interested in applying to Central Upward Bound, please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The deadline is next Tuesday, December 19th.

Students- Just a reminder that you need to have a parking permit to park on school property.  Violators are subject to a $40 city fine.  Also, students are not allowed to park in the designated staff lot.  Parking in the staff lot could result in a school or city fine.  Habitual offenders may lose their parking privileges and/or have their car towed.

Are you interested in becoming a teacher? Dream to teach is a program that provides students with opportunities for leadership, scholarships, and a future job interview with Des Moines Public Schools.  There will be a short informational meeting for both new members and returning members Tuesday, Dec. 19th after school in Ms. Simpson Room, 3490.  Please see Ms. Simpson if you have any question or for more information if you cannot attend.

The best way to spread holiday cheer is to buy candy canes for your peers. NHS will be selling holiday cards and candy canes that will be delivered to students and teachers during 8th block on the last day before break. NHS will be selling in the commons in the morning and also during both lunches from December 15th to December 19th for only $1 per card and candy cane. So stop by and purchase a holiday card for all your friends and teachers to wish them a happy holidays.

December 14, 2017

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests and fun! Details coming! Get out and get that ugly sweater. Check our display case by the office for details!

Seniors! You senior picture is due TODAY. Your picture must be submitted via e mail. Hard copy pictures are not accepted. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline. If your senior picture does not arrive by December 14th, we will use your school picture in the senior section.

Sophomores who are interested in applying to Central Upward Bound, please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The deadline is next Tuesday, December 19th.

Students- Just a reminder that you need to have a parking permit to park on school property.  Violators are subject to a $40 city fine.  Also, students are not allowed to park in the designated staff lot.  Parking in the staff lot could result in a school or city fine.  Habitual offenders may lose their parking privileges and/or have their car towed.

Are you interested in becoming a teacher? Dream to teach is a program that provides students with opportunities for leadership, scholarships, and a future job interview with Des Moines Public Schools.  There will be a short informational meeting for both new members and returning members Tuesday, Dec. 19th after school in Ms. Simpson Room, 3490.  Please see Ms. Simpson if you have any question or for more information if you cannot attend.

The best way to spread holiday cheer is to buy candy canes for your peers. NHS will be selling holiday cards and candy canes that will be delivered to students and teachers during 8th block on the last day before break. NHS will be selling in the commons in the morning and also during both lunches from December 15th to December 19th for only $1 per card and candy cane. So stop by and purchase a holiday card for all your friends and teachers to wish them a happy holidays.

December 13, 2017

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests and fun! Details coming! Get out and get that ugly sweater. Check our display case by the office for details!

Sophomores who are interested in applying to Central Upward Bound, please see Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The deadline is next Tuesday, December 19th.

Seniors! You senior picture is due tomorrow, Thursday, December 14. Your picture must be submitted via e mail. Hard copy pictures are not accepted. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline. If your senior picture does not arrive by December 14th, we will use your school picture in the senior section.

Boys Soccer Players – The last open gym of 2017 is tonight from 7:30-9pm at RAILS.

Students- Just a reminder that you need to have a parking permit to park on school property.  Violators are subject to a $40 city fine.  Also, students are not allowed to park in the designated staff lot.  Parking in the staff lot could result in a school or city fine.  Habitual offenders may lose their parking privileges and/or have their car towed.

Are you interested in becoming a teacher? Dream to teach is a program that provides students with opportunities for leadership, scholarships, and a future job interview with Des Moines Public Schools.  There will be a short informational meeting for both new members and returning members Tuesday, Dec. 19th after school in Ms. Simpson Room, 3490.  Please see Ms. Simpson if you have any question or for more information if you cannot attend.

The best way to spread holiday cheer is to buy candy canes for your peers. NHS will be selling holiday cards and candy canes that will be delivered to students and teachers during 8th block on the last day before break. NHS will be selling in the commons in the morning and also during both lunches from December 15th to December 19th for only $1 per card and candy cane. So stop by and purchase a holiday card for all your friends and teachers to wish them a happy holidays.

December 12, 2017

Sophomores interested in Central College Upward Bound, please attend their recruitment event on Tuesday December 12th, 5:30 in the commons. Please see Ms. Gonzalez for more information.

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests with prizes! Don’t miss out on the fun!  Get out and get that ugly sweater. Check our display case by the main office for details!

Seniors! You senior picture is due Thursday, December 14. Come by and pick up information about the requirements for resolution and sending your picture via e mail. Hard copy pictures are not accepted. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline. If your senior picture does not arrive by December 14th, we will use your school picture in the senior section.

Boys Soccer Players – The last open gym of 2017 is Wednesday night from 7:30-9pm at RAILS.

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

Students- Just a reminder that you need to have a parking permit to park on school property.  Violators are subject to a $40 city fine.  Also, students are not allowed to park in the designated staff lot.  Parking in the staff lot could result in a school or city fine.  Habitual offenders may lose their parking privileges and/or have their car towed.

Congratulations to Preston Pettit for being crowned the champion at the Urbandale JV bowling tournament. Jasper Wilson finished second and Ben Peterson finished 5th and Colton Sherman finished in the top 10. Great Job!

December 11, 2017

Sophomores interested in Central College Upward Bound, please attend their recruitment event on Tuesday December 12th, 5:30 in the commons. Please see Ms. Gonzalez for more information.

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests with prizes! Don’t miss out on the fun!  Get out and get that ugly sweater. Check our display case by the main office for details!

Seniors! You senior picture is due Thursday, December 14. Come by and pick up information about the requirements for resolution and sending your picture via e mail. Hard copy pictures are not accepted. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline. If your senior picture does not arrive by December 14th, we will use your school picture in the senior section.

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.

Questions? Please stop by the MTSS office room 1420, located on long Roundhouse hallway and see Mrs. Clough.

Congrats to the wrestling team for winning the Saydel invitational this weekend. Jr. Nate Kahoe and freshman Logan won individual tournament titles. Chad Bohrer was also a champion at the Knoxville Varsity invitational this weekend. Please come out to East Thursday night to support us!

December 8, 2017

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests with prizes! Don’t miss out on the fun!  Get out and get that ugly sweater. Check our display case by the office for details!

Seniors! You senior picture is due next Thursday, December 14. Come  by and pick up information about the requirements for resolution and sending your picture via e mail. Hard copy pictures are not accepted. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline. If your senior picture does not arrive by December 14th, we will use your school picture in the senior section.

The National ACT test, this Saturday, December 9 at RAILS Academy. Be there by 7:50a.m. Test starts at 8 and your Room assignment will be listed in the lobby.

Please BRING WITH YOU:

  • a photo ID, #2 pencils, not mechanical
  • an approved calculator
  • your printed out Receipt  (you must have this with or you will not be admitted)

December 7, 2017

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests and fun! Details coming! Get out and get that ugly sweater. Check our display case by the office for details!

Seniors! You senior picture is due a week from today, Thursday, December 14. Come  by and pick up information about the requirements for resolution and sending your picture via e mail. Hard copy pictures are not accepted. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline. If your senior picture does not arrive by December 14th, we will use your school picture in the senior section.

December 6, 2017

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests and fun! Details coming! Get out and get that ugly sweater.

Seniors! You senior picture is due to the journalism room, 2280, December 14. Come  by and pick up information about the requirements for resolution and sending your picture. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline.

The Lincoln Speech and Debate Team has been busy. Students traveled to Chicago, IL to compete in the Glenbrooks Debate Tournament, the premiere invitational speech and debate tournament for high school students in the country. Competing in the novice public forum event, sophomores Nathan Gordon and Spencer Johnson went 5-1 in preliminary rounds, qualifying elimination rounds. They finished in octo-finals where they were defeated by the tournament champion. Sophomore Anna Nichols and freshman Cole Flaherty went 4-2 in preliminary rounds, also qualifying for elimination rounds. They were victorious in their first elimination round, making it to quarter finals before being eliminated.

Students also participated in the Johnston HS Dragon Invitational Speech and Debate Tournament. In speech events, junior Jharna Adhikari earned a 3rd place finish in original oratory, Sophomore Spencer Johnson earned a 3rd place finish in spontaneous speaking, freshman Cole Flaherty earned a third place finish in Humorous Interp, and the team of sophomore Nathan Gordon and freshman Cole Flaherty earned a 2nd place finish in Dup Interp. In congressional debate, freshman Cole Flaherty and sophomore Anna Nichols finished in 4th and 6th place.

Next up is the Dowling Catholic HS Paradigm Speech and Debate Tournament December 9th and 10th and our tournament, the Lincoln Railsplitter Speech & Debate Tournament on December 15th and 16th.

December 4, 2017

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests and fun! Details coming! Get out and get that ugly sweater.

Seniors! You senior picture is due to the journalism room, 2280, December 14. Come  by and pick up information about the requirements for resolution and sending your picture. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline.

If you are going to Graduate in January 2018, please see the Secretaries in the Main Office.

 

December 1, 2017

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests and fun! Details coming! Get out and get that ugly sweater.

Seniors! You senior picture is due to the journalism room, 2280, December 14. Come by and pick up information about the requirements for resolution and sending your picture. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline.

If you are going to Graduate in January 2018, please see the Secretaries in the Main Office.

 

November 30, 2017

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests and fun! Details coming! Get out and get that ugly sweater.

Seniors! You senior picture is due to the journalism room, 2280, December 14. Come by and pick up information about the requirements for resolution and sending your picture. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline.

November 29, 2017

Attention members of the National Honor Society there will be a mandatory meeting in room 2070 after school today at 12:50. This meeting is only for members that were recently inducted in November. If you have questions regarding the meeting please contact Reya Mathew or Mr. Howett.

The library will be closed all day today and will reopen tomorrow. You will not be able to cut through the library to get to your classes.

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests and fun! Details coming! Get out and get that ugly sweater.

Seniors! You senior picture is due to the journalism room, 2280, December 14. Come by and pick up information about the requirements for resolution and sending your picture. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline.

Congratulations to the boys bowling team for their win over Waukee last night.  The girl’s team lost a hard fought battle. Next bowling meet is next Tuesday against SE Polk.

Boys Soccer Players – Open gym tonight, Wednesday, 7:30-9pm at RAILS.

November 28, 2017

Attention members of the National Honor Society there will be a mandatory meeting in room after school November 29th at 12:50. This meeting is only for members that were recently inducted in November. If you have questions regarding the meeting please contact Reya Mathew or Mr. Howett.

The library will be closed all day on Wednesday. It will reopen on Thursday.  STUDENTS: On Wednesday, you will not be able to cut through the library to get to your classes.

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests and fun! Details coming! Get out and get that ugly sweater.

Seniors! You senior picture is due to the journalism room, 2280, December 14. Come  by and pick up information about the requirements for resolution and sending your picture. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline.

Boys Soccer Players – Open gym is tomorrow night, Wednesday, 7:30-9pm at RAILS.

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

November 27, 2017

Attention members of the National Honor Society there will be a mandatory meeting in room 2070 after school November 29th at 12:50. This meeting is only for members that were recently inducted in November. If you have questions regarding the meeting please contact Reya Mathew or Mr. Howett.

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests and fun! Details coming! Get out and get that ugly sweater.

Seniors! You senior picture is due to the journalism room, 2280, December 14. Come  by and pick up information about the requirements for resolution and sending your picture. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline.

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.

Questions? Please stop by the MTSS office room 1420, located on long Roundhouse hallway and see Mrs. Clough.

November 20, 2017

Get your ticket button for the senior v faculty volleyball spike out hunger game played during the last block tomorrow. Bring a non-perishable food item to the commons before school and during either lunches or write your act of kindness and put a leaf on the kindness tree on the maroon wall. Help spike out hunger and make this a kinder place. All non-perishable food items go to the Iowa Food bank to help Combat Hunger.

You button ticket is your pass out of class tomorrow, November 21. Lots of music, volleyball and fun! Don’t miss out!

Lincoln! Get ready for Ugly Holiday Sweater day on December 21! Contests and fun! Details coming! Get out and get that ugly sweater.

Seniors! You senior picture is due to the journalism room, 2280, December 14. Come  by and pick up information about the requirements for resolution and sending your picture. Late senior pictures are not accepted. This is a deadline.

Attention all boys soccer players- no weightlifting on Tuesday the 21st.

 

November 17, 2017

Seniors! It’s time to put an all senior team together to play in the annual Seniors vs Faculty Volleyball game at 1:30 on November 21! Put a team together and send a captain to pick up your roster packet. Entering a team costs 12 non-perishable food items. Lots of fun and prizes this year! Check out our posters by your senior classrooms. Help Combat Hunger and take on the teachers in a fun volleyball game! Pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280 today–it is due back on this Friday.

Get your ticket button for the senior v faculty volleyball spike out hunger game played during the last block on Tuesday, the 21st. Bring a non-perishable food item to the commons before school and during both lunches or write your act of kindness and put a leaf on the kindness tree on the maroon wall. Help spike out hunger and make this a kinder place. All non-perishable food items go to the Iowa Food bank to help Combat Hunger.

Your button ticket is your pass out of class on Tuesday, November 21. Lots of music, volleyball and fun! Don’t miss out!

Attention any girls interested in playing soccer this year for Lincoln.  There will be a short meeting this Friday after school in room 3230, Coach Voogd’s Room, at Lincoln main to discuss the upcoming season and indoor.  See Coach Voogd if you cannot attend.

There will not be a seminar session to sign up for next week due to the Thanksgiving Break. All students will attend their Rails Time class on both Monday and Tuesday of next week.

November 16, 2017

Seniors! It’s time to put an all senior team together to play in the annual Seniors vs Faculty Volleyball game at 1:30 on November 21! Put a team together and send a captain to pick up your roster packet. Entering a team costs 12 non-perishable food items. Lots of fun and prizes this year! Check out our posters by your senior classrooms. Help Combat Hunger and take on the teachers in a fun volleyball game! Pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280 today–it is due back on this Friday.

Get your ticket button for the senior v faculty volleyball spike out hunger game played during the last block on Tuesday, the 21st. Bring a non-perishable food item to the commons before school and during both lunches or write your act of kindness and put a leaf on the kindness tree on the maroon wall. Help spike out hunger and make this a kinder place. All non-perishable food items go to the Iowa Food bank to help Combat Hunger.

Your button ticket is your pass out of class on Tuesday, November 21. Lots of music, volleyball and fun! Don’t miss out!

Attention any girls interested in playing soccer this year for Lincoln.  There will be a short meeting this Friday after school in room 3230, Coach Voogd’s Room, at Lincoln main to discuss the upcoming season and indoor.  See Coach Voogd if you cannot attend.

There will not be a seminar session to sign up for next week due to the Thanksgiving Break. All students will attend their Rails Time class on both Monday and Tuesday of next week.

November 15, 2017

Boys Soccer Players – our first open gym is today from 7:30-9pm in the RAILS gym. IDs are required for entry.

Seniors! It’s time to put an all senior team together to play in the annual Seniors vs Faculty Volleyball game at 1:30 on November 21! Put a team together and send a captain to pick up your roster packet. Entering a team costs 12 non-perishable food items. Lots of fun and prizes this year! Check out our posters by your senior classrooms. Help Combat Hunger and take on the teachers in a fun volleyball game! Pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280 today–it is due back on this Friday.

Seniors! Today is the last chance you have to vote for senior class president on Infinite Campus beginning. Voting will end today.

Get your ticket button for the senior v faculty volleyball spike out hunger game played during the last block on Tuesday, the 21st. Bring a non-perishable food item to the commons before school and during both lunches or write your act of kindness and put a leaf on the kindness tree on the maroon wall. Help spike out hunger and make this a kinder place. All non-perishable food items go to the Iowa Food bank to help Combat Hunger.

You button ticket is your pass out of class on Tuesday, November 21. Lots of music, volleyball and fun! Don’t miss out!

November 14, 2017

If you have not picked up your homecoming or your school pictures, please stop in the main office today to do so.

Seniors! It’s time to put an all senior team together to play in the annual Seniors vs Faculty Volleyball game at 1:30 on November 21! Put a team together and send a captain to pick up your roster packet. Entering a team costs 12 non perishable food items. Lots of fun and prizes this year! Check out our posters by your senior classrooms. Help Combat Hunger and take on the teachers in a fun volleyball game! Pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280 today–it is due back on this Friday.

Seniors! Vote for your senior class president on Infinite Campus beginning today after you view your Power point information. Voting will extend through Wednesday.

Get your ticket button for the senior v faculty volleyball spike out hunger game played during the last block on Tuesday, the 21st. Bring a non perishable food item to the commons before school and during both lunches or write your act of kindness and put a leaf on the kindness tree on the maroon wall. Help spike out hunger and make this a kinder place. All non perishable food items go to the Iowa Food bank to help Combat Hunger.

You button ticket is your pass out of class on Tuesday, November 21. Lots of music, volleyball and fun! Don’t miss out!

Boys Soccer Players – our first open gym is this Wednesday from 7:30-9pm in the RAILS gym. IDs are required for entry.

It’s that time again Lincoln!! Join us Tonight to see Lincoln students as they display their amazing talents for the Lincoln Talent Show! That’s right, join us at 7pm tonight in the auditorium! For ONLY $3 you can help determine who walks away with the crown of Lincoln’s Top Talent!

All talent show participants need to see Mr. Williams today after school for a very short meeting!

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

November 13, 2017

If you have not picked up your homecoming or your school pictures, please stop in the main office today to do so.

Seniors! It’s time to put an all senior team together to play in the annual Seniors vs Faculty Volleyball game at 1:30 on November 21! Put a team together and send a captain to pick up your roster packet. Entering a team costs 12 non perishable food items. Lots of fun and prizes this year! Help Combat Hunger and take on the teachers in a fun volleyball game! Pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280 today–it is due back on this Friday.

Seniors! You will vote for your senior class president in your Rails Time on Infinite Campus beginning today after you view your Power point information. Voting will extend through Wednesday.

Get your ticket button for the senior vs faculty volleyball spike out hunger game played during the last block on Tuesday, the 21st. Bring a non perishable food item to the commons before school and during both lunches or write your act of kindness and put a leaf on the kindness tree on the maroon wall. Help spike out hunger and make this a kinder place. All non perishable food items go to the Iowa Food bank to help Combat Hunger.

You button ticket is your pass out of class on Tuesday, November 21. Lots of music, volleyball and fun! Don’t miss out!

Boys Soccer Players – our first open gym is this Wednesday from 7:30-9pm in the RAILS gym. IDs are required for entry.

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. Questions? Please stop by the MTSS office room 1420, located on long Roundhouse hallway and see Mrs. Clough.

It’s that time again Lincoln!! Join us Tuesday, November 14th to see Lincoln students as they display their amazing talents for the Lincoln Talent Show! That’s right, join us at 7pm tomorrow night in the auditorium! For ONLY $3 you can help determine who walks away with the crown of Lincoln’s Top Talent!

All talent show participants need to see Mr. Williams today after school for a very short meeting!

RAILS ACADEMY ONLY– Attention all students who were unable to attend the Theatre competition and Spring Show meeting on Friday: Please see Ms. McTaggart or Mr. Kozlowski before the end of the day tomorrow, Tuesday.

This is a reminder that improv rehearsals will start today and Tuesday after school, and go until 4:30pm.  All of those who attended the meeting on Friday, please check the hallway outside Ms. McTaggart and Mr. Kozlowski’s rooms for an event cast, starting at noon today.

November 8, 2017

Tryouts for the Trendsettas dance team will be today November, 8th at 1:30 in the Roundhouse! If you would like more information please see Ms. Gonzalez or Mr. Cheatom.

Seniors! It’s time to put an all senior team together to play in the annual Seniors vs Faculty Volleyball game at 1:30 on November 21! Put a team together and send a captain to pick up your roster packet. Entering a team costs 12 non perishable food items. Lots of fun and prizes this year! Help Combat Hunger and take on the teachers in a fun volleyball game! Pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280 after school today!

There will be a meeting for any BOY or GIRL interested in wrestling Thursday, November 9th after school in the library. 2:45

Any student that is going on the Grandview College visit needs to be in the commons by 8:25 this morning.

Any student who has not received their homecoming or school pictures please stop in the main office to do so.

 

November 7, 2017

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

Tryouts for the Trendsettas dance team will be on Wednesday November, 8th at 1:30 in the Roundhouse! If you would like more information please see Ms. Gonzalez or Mr. Cheatom.

“Founding father, Benjamin Franklin once said, ‘Hide not your talents, they for use were made, what’s a sundial in the shade?’ That’s right Lincoln, it’s time to let your talents shine! Auditions for the 2017 Lincoln Talent Show will take place TODAY, November 7th in the Auditorium. We will only take a limited number of acts, so come prepared to wow the judges with a song, dance, or other talent! If you are interested or would like more information please sign up for a time in the Drama Room!”

Seniors! It’s time to put an all senior team together to play in the annual Seniors vs Faculty Volleyball game at 1:30 on November 21! Put a team together and send a captain to pick up your roster packet. Entering a team costs 12 non perishable food items. Lots of fun and prizes this year! Help Combat Hunger and take on the teachers in a fun volleyball game! Pick up your roster packet in the journalism room, 2280 after 3rd block today!

There will be a meeting for any BOY or GIRL interested in wrestling Thursday, November 9th after school in the library. 2:45

Reminder to the students attending the Drake field trip today, you need to be in the commons no later than 8:25 in order to catch the bus there.

November 6, 2017

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. Questions? Please stop by the MTSS office room 1420, located on long Roundhouse hallway and see Mrs. Clough.

Congratulations to the Lincoln Girls Swim Team for their performance at the State Swim Meet in Marshalltown this past Saturday with the Rails Swim Team. Diver Jolynn Harris took the 2nd overall spot in the diving event, while Chloe Pearson took 9th overall in the diving event. Lincoln also had four other top 22 finishes, as Kalani Mangin and Cat Dooley helped the Rails to a 17th place overall finish as a team in the state. Great season Lincoln Girl swimmers!

Tryouts for the Trendsettas dance team will be on Wednesday November, 8th at 1:30 in the Roundhouse! If you would like more information please see Ms. Gonzalez or Mr. Cheatom.

“Founding father, Benjamin Franklin once said, ‘Hide not your talents, they for use were made, what’s a sundial in the shade?’ That’s right Lincoln, it’s time to let your talents shine! Auditions for the 2017 Lincoln Talent Show will take place Tuesday, November 7th in the Auditorium. We will only take a limited number of acts, so come prepared to wow the judges with a song, dance, or other talent! If you are interested or would like more information please sign up for a time in the Drama Room!”

The ASVAB scores are in–pick yours up off the wall in the counseling center. Please only take your own. An interpretative session will be Tuesday, Nov. 7 at 11:15 a.m. in the counseling center. Please attend and find out what your scores mean.

Attention all girl basketball players: official practice begins today afterschool in the Roundhouse. You must be registered in order to practice and play. Please contact Coach Harrison if you have any questions.

November 2, 2017

Attention juniors and seniors. If you are interested in attending Iowa State’s Multicultural visit on Saturday November 4th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The sign-up sheet will be on her door.

Please stop in to the activities office to sign up for basketball and to make sure your physical is up to date. You need to be signed up with a completed up-to-date physical to try out on November 13.

Tryouts for the Trendsettas dance team will be on Wednesday November, 8th at 1:30 in the Roundhouse! If you would like more information please see Ms. Gonzalez or Mr. Cheatom.

Come see the AMAZING new Audrey Two at Mushnik’s Skid Row Florist. This is the largest recorded Venus fly trap in human history and it’s here at Lincoln! You can see it November 2nd, 3rd, and 4th at 7pm in the Lincoln Auditorium. The cost is $8 for adults, $5 for students and $3 with a SAT, make sure to bring your ID! Little Shop of Horrors is presented by the Lincoln Drama Department, so come support the arts and see the INCREDIBLE man eating AUDREY TWO in Lincoln’s “Little Shop of Horror.”

“Founding father, Benjamin Franklin once said, ‘Hide not your talents, they for use were made, what’s a sundial in the shade?’ That’s right Lincoln, it’s time to let your talents shine! Auditions for the 2017 Lincoln Talent Show will take place Tuesday, November 7th in the Auditorium. We will only take a limited number of acts, so come prepared to wow the judges with a song, dance, or other talent! If you are interested or would like more information please sign up for a time in the Drama Room!”

November 1, 2017

Attention juniors and seniors. If you are interested in attending Iowa State’s Multicultural visit on Saturday November 4th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The sign-up sheet will be on her door.

Please stop in to the activities office to sign up for basketball and to make sure your physical is up to date. You need to be signed up with a completed up-to-date physical to try out on November 13.

Tryouts for the Trendsettas dance team will be on Wednesday November, 8th at 1:30 in the Roundhouse! If you would like more information please see Ms. Gonzalez or Mr. Cheatom.

Come see the AMAZING new Audrey Two at Mushnik’s Skid Row Florist. This is the largest recorded Venus fly trap in human history and it’s here at Lincoln! You can see it November 2nd, 3rd, and 4th at 7pm in the Lincoln Auditorium. The cost is $8 for adults, $5 for students and $3 with a SAT, make sure to bring your ID! Little Shop of Horrors is presented by the Lincoln Drama Department, so come support the arts and see the INCREDIBLE man eating AUDREY TWO in Lincoln’s “Little Shop of Horror.”

“Founding father, Benjamin Franklin once said, ‘Hide not your talents, they for use were made, what’s a sundial in the shade?’ That’s right Lincoln, it’s time to let your talents shine! Auditions for the 2017 Lincoln Talent Show will take place Tuesday, November 7th in the Auditorium. We will only take a limited number of acts, so come prepared to wow the judges with a song, dance, or other talent! If you are interested or would like more information please sign up for a time in the Drama Room!”

October 31, 2017             

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

Attention juniors and seniors. If you are interested in attending Iowa State’s Multicultural visit on Saturday November 4th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The sign-up sheet will be on her door.

Please stop in to the activities office to sign up for basketball and to make sure your physical is up to date. You need to be signed up with a completed up-to-date physical to try out on November 13.

Tryouts for the Trendsettas dance team will be on Wednesday November, 8th at 1:30 in the Roundhouse! If you would like more information please see Ms. Gonzalez or Mr. Cheatom.

Come see the AMAZING new Audrey Two at Mushnik’s Skid Row Florist. This is the largest recorded Venus fly trap in human history and it’s here at Lincoln! You can see it November 2nd, 3rd, and 4th at 7pm in the Lincoln Auditorium. The cost is $8 for adults, $5 for students and $3 with a SAT, make sure to bring your ID! Little Shop of Horrors is presented by the Lincoln Drama Department, so come support the arts and see the INCREDIBLE man eating AUDREY TWO in Lincoln’s “Little Shop of Horror.”

October 30, 2017 

Attention juniors and seniors. If you are interested in attending Iowa State’s Multicultural visit on Saturday November 4th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The sign-up sheet will be on her door.

Please stop in to the activities office to sign up for basketball and to make sure your physical is up to date. You need to be signed up with a completed up-to-date physical to try out on November 13.

Congratulations to the Lincoln girls swim team for their 3rd place finish at Saturday’s regional swim meet in Marshalltown. The rails swimmers are taking NINE girls to the state swim and dive meet this week, including two divers at the state dive meet on Thursday. The swim team set six new school records and finished with eleven top five all time swims this past weekend in Lincoln history. Outstanding work swim team, good luck at state!

Tryouts for the Trendsettas dance team will be on Wednesday November, 8th at 1:30 in the Roundhouse! If you would like more information please see Ms. Gonzalez or Mr. Cheatom.

Come see the AMAZING new Audrey Two at Mushnik’s Skid Row Florist. This is the largest recorded Venus fly trap in human history and it’s here at Lincoln! You can see it November 2nd, 3rd, and 4th at 7pm in the Lincoln Auditorium. The cost is $8 for adults, $5 for students and $3 with a SAT, make sure to bring your ID! Little Shop of Horrors is presented by the Lincoln Drama Department, so come support the arts and see the INCREDIBLE man eating AUDREY TWO in Lincoln’s “Little Shop of HorrorsCome see the AMAZING new Audrey Two at Mushnik’s Skid Row Florist. This is the largest recorded Venus fly trap in human history and it’s here at Lincoln! You can see it November 2nd, 3rd, and 4th at 7pm in the Lincoln Auditorium. The cost is $8 for adults, $5 for students and $3 with a SAT, make sure to bring your ID! Little Shop of Horrors is presented by the Lincoln Drama Department, so come support the arts and see the INCREDIBLE man eating AUDREY TWO in Lincoln’s “Little Shop of Horrors

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.

Questions? Please stop by the MTSS office room 1420, located on long Roundhouse hallway and see Mrs. Clough.

 

October 26, 2017             

Attention juniors and seniors. If you are interested in attending Iowa State’s Multicultural visit on Saturday November 4th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The sign-up sheet will be on her door.

National Act   This Saturday, October 28 at RAILS Academy

Please BRING WITH YOU: a photo ID, #2 pencils, not mechanical, a calculator,  your printed out Receipt  (you must have this with or you will not be admitted

Be there by 7:50a.m. Test starts at 8 a.m. Room assignments in the lobby

Please stop in to the activities office to sign up for basketball and to make sure your physical is up to date. You need to be signed up with a completed up-to-date physical to try out on November 13.

Soccer Players – no weightlifting Friday morning.

October 24, 2017

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

Attention juniors and seniors. If you are interested in attending Iowa State’s Multicultural visit on Saturday November 4th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The sign up sheet will be on her door.

There will be a bowling meeting for any boy or girl interested trying out for the Lincoln bowling team Wednesday October 25th in room 1280 at 12:45. The meeting will last approx 5 minutes.

Railsplitters please don’t forget to come to our College Fair tonight in the Roundhouse between 5:30 and 7 p.m. We have college, military, skilled trades and finance representatives just waiting to visit with you. See you there

National Act   This Saturday, October 28 at RAILS Academy

Please BRING WITH YOU:

a photo ID, #2 pencils, not mechanical, a calculator your printed out Receipt (you must have this with or you will not be admitted

Be there by 7:50a.m. Test starts at 8 a.m. Room assignments in the lobby

The ASVAB scores are in–pick up off the wall in the counseling center. Please only pick up your own. A interpretative session is being planned.

Please stop in to the activities office to sign up for basketball and to make sure your physical is up to date. You need to be signed up with a completed up-to-date physical to try out on November 13.

 

The library will be closed to students and classes this Wednesday, Oct. 25th starting before school through Seminar.  The library will reopen at the start of 3rd block at 10:30.   STUDENTS: WHILE THE LIBRARY IS CLOSED,  YOU CAN NOT CUT TROUGH TO GET TO YOUR CLASSES. 

October 23, 2017

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. Questions? Please stop by the MTSS office room 1420, located on long Roundhouse hallway and see Mrs. Clough.

The Lincoln Speech and Debate team has been busy! On October 13th-14th, students competed at the North HS Polar Bear Invitation Speech and Debate Tournament. Sophomores Nathan Gordon, Piper Lansky, and Spencer Johnson earned 6th, 5th, and 4th place finishes in the Spontaneous Speaking event and Junior Daunte Thompson qualified for finals in Congressional Debate. This past weekend, students competed at the Roosevelt HS Tournament Speech and Debate Invitational Tournament. Freshman Cole Flahtery finished in 5th place in the Spontaneous Speaking Event and Freshman Karly Sorensen finished in 8th place, competing in the Original Oratory and Literary Program events. Junior Daunte Thompson and Freshman Gift Fulbel both made it to the finals in Congressional Debate. The team of Spencer Johnson and Nathan Gordon made it to the semifinals in Varsity Public Forum debate and the team of Cole Flaherty and Anna Nichols made it to the semifinals in Novice Public Forum debate. Congrats to these students and all who participated.

On Saturday 9 band students auditioned for the Iowa All-State Band. Congratulations to Ryan Hyslope for being selected to the 2017 All-State Band. This is the highest honor that a high school musician can receive. Congratulations Ryan!!!

Congratulations to Lincoln’s six All Staters! This past weekend, thousands of the state’s best musicians auditioned for a spot in the All State Choir, Band, and Orchestra. Lincoln is so proud to announce that Lorena Eclatt, Michael Bundy, Angela Bruce, Aaron Choir, and Everett Reed will sing in the elite choir and Ryan Hyslope will play trombone in the elite band. On November 18th, these six students will travel to Ames to perform with the top 10% of musicians from across the state of Iowa. Congratulations Lorena, Michael, Angela, Aaron, Everett, and Ryan; Lincoln is proud of you!

Attention juniors and seniors. If you are interested in attending Iowa State’s Multicultural visit on Saturday November 4th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The sign up sheet will be on her door.

There will be a bowling meeting for any boy or girl interested trying out for the Lincoln bowling team Wednesday October 25th in room 1280 at 12:45. The meeting will last approx 5 minutes.

Seniors- if you need help filling out the FAF-SA please see Ms. Minnehan in the counseling office. This is a free application for any student who is considering going to college that gives you an opportunity to obtain loans and grants (money you don’t pay back) for college.

Seniors: this is a reminder that we will be hosting a senior meeting in the LHS auditorium today at 10:10 AM. A representative from Herff Jones will be present and we will be discussing how to order graduation materials and collecting measurements for your cap and gown. There will be a bus that will transport students to central campus.

October 20, 2017

Congratulations to the Lincoln Girls Swim Team for winning the Conference Championship Swim Meet last night for the first time in school history. First place finishes by Cat Dooley, Kalani Mangin, Anika Snow and Jolynn Harris all helped in the big victory. The 15th in the state rails swimmers now look towards the regional swim meet next Saturday to qualify to the state meet, nice work ladies!

Come see the AMAZING new Audrey Two at Mushnik’s Skid Row Florist. This is the largest recorded Venus fly trap in human history and it’s here at Lincoln!

You can see it November 2nd, 3rd and 4th at 7pm. The cost is $8 for adults, $5 for students and $3 with a SAT. Little Shop of Horrors is presented by the Lincoln Drama department, so come support the arts and see the INCREDIBLE man eating AUDREY TWO in Lincoln’s “Little Shop of Horrors”.

Stickers, popsockets, chargers. Oh my!

Lincoln RAILS now has a spirit store. The store is open 7-7:30am on Fridays at RAILS and items can be purchased any time from Ms. Morrow in room 1130.

Stickers are 25 cents each and there will be pink LHS stickers for Friday’s last home football game which is a Pink Out.

Bracelets are $1.

Foam Fingers are $3.

Window Clings are $5.

Pop sockets are $9.

Portable phone chargers are $15.

Email Ms. Morrow if you would like to arrange payment and delivery to the main building.

india.morrow@dmschools.org

Attention juniors and seniors. If you are interested in attending Iowa State’s Multicultural visit on Saturday November 4th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The sign up sheet will be on her door.

There will be a bowling meeting for any boy or girl interested trying out for the Lincoln bowling team Wednesday October 25th in room 1280 at 12:45. The meeting will last approx 5 minutes.

Seniors- if you need help filling out the FAF-SA please see Ms. Minnehan in the counseling office. This is a free application for any student who is considering going to college that gives you an opportunity to obtain loans and grants (money you don’t pay back) for college.

Seniors: this is a reminder that we will be hosting a senior meeting in the LHS auditorium on Monday, October 23rd at 10:10 AM. A representative from Herff Jones will be present and we will be discussing how to order graduation materials and collecting measurements for your cap and gown. There will be a bus that will transport students to central campus.

October 19, 2017

Come see the AMAZING new Audrey Two at Mushnik’s Skid Row Florist. This is the largest recorded Venus fly trap in human history and it’s here at Lincoln! You can see it November 2nd, 3rd and 4th at 7pm. The cost is $8 for adults, $5 for students and $3 with a SAT. Little Shop of Horrors is presented by the Lincoln Drama department, so come support the arts and see the INCREDIBLE man eating AUDREY TWO in Lincoln’s “Little Shop of Horrors”.

Stickers, popsockets, chargers. Oh my!

Lincoln RAILS now has a spirit store. The store is open 7-7:30am on Fridays at RAILS and items can be purchased any time from Ms. Morrow in room 1130.

Stickers are 25 cents each and there will be pink LHS stickers for Friday’s last home football game which is a Pink Out.

Bracelets are $1.

Foam Fingers are $3.

Window Clings are $5.

Pop sockets are $9.

Portable phone chargers are $15.

Email Ms. Morrow if you would like to arrange payment and delivery to the main building.

india.morrow@dmschools.org

Attention juniors and seniors. If you are interested in attending Iowa State’s Multicultural visit on Saturday November 4th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The sign up sheet will be on her door.

There will be a bowling meeting for any boy or girl interested trying out for the Lincoln bowling team Wednesday October 25th in room 1280 at 12:45. The meeting will last approx 5 minutes.

Seniors- if you need help filling out the FAF-SA please see Ms. Minnehan in the counseling office. This is a free application for any student who is considering going to college that gives you an opportunity to obtain loans and grants (money you don’t pay back) for college.

Seniors: this is a reminder that we will be hosting a senior meeting in the LHS auditorium on Monday, October 23rd at 10:10 AM. A representative from Herff Jones will be present and we will be discussing how to order graduation materials and collecting measurements for your cap and gown. There will be a bus that will transport students to central campus.

October 18, 2017

Come see the AMAZING new Audrey Two at Mushnik’s Skid Row Florist. This is the largest recorded Venus fly trap in human history and it’s here at Lincoln!

You can see it November 2nd, 3rd and 4th at 7pm. The cost is $8 for adults, $5 for students and $3 with a SAT. Little Shop of Horrors is presented by the Lincoln Drama department, so come support the arts and see the INCREDIBLE man eating AUDREY TWO in Lincoln’s “Little Shop of Horrors”.

Stickers, popsockets, chargers. Oh my!

 

Lincoln RAILS now has a spirit store. The store is open 7-7:30am on Fridays at RAILS and items can be purchased any time from Ms. Morrow in room 1130.

Stickers are 25 cents each and there will be pink LHS stickers for Friday’s last home football game which is a Pink Out.

Bracelets are $1.

Foam Fingers are $3.

Window Clings are $5.

Pop sockets are $9.

Portable phone chargers are $15.

Email Ms. Morrow if you would like to arrange payment and delivery to the main building.

india.morrow@dmschools.org

 

Attention juniors and seniors. If you are interested in attending Iowa State’s Multicultural visit on Saturday November 4th, please visit Ms. Gonzalez in the counseling center. The sign up sheet will be on her door.

October 17, 2017

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

Come see the AMAZING new Audrey Two at Mushnik’s Skid Row Florist. This is the largest recorded Venus fly trap in human history and it’s here at Lincoln!

You can see it November 2nd, 3rd and 4th at 7pm. The cost is $8 for adults, $5 for students and $3 with a SAT. Little Shop of Horrors is presented by the Lincoln Drama department, so come support the arts and see the INCREDIBLE man eating AUDREY TWO in Lincoln’s “Little Shop of Horrors”.

 

October 16, 2017

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.

Questions? Please stop by the MTSS office room 1420, located on long Roundhouse hallway and see Mrs. Clough.

 

Come see the AMAZING new Audrey Two at Mushnik’s Skid Row Florist. This is the largest recorded Venus fly trap in human history and it’s here at Lincoln!

You can see it November 2nd, 3rd and 4th at 7pm. The cost is $8 for adults, $5 for students and $3 with a SAT. Little Shop of Horrors is presented by the Lincoln Drama department, so come support the arts and see the INCREDIBLE man eating AUDREY TWO in Lincoln’s “Little Shop of Horrors”.

 

October 13, 2017

Sisters for Success has a mandatory meeting during first lunch today! Please bring your permission slips and lunch to room 3200. If you cannot make it, please email Ms. Noring

Last night the boys cross country team ran to a 2nd place finish in the conference meet.  The team was led by a trio of 1st Team All-Conference performers in Dylan Veigulis, 3rd place, Cole Rand, 4th place, and Andrew Klein, 5th place.  The team will next compete on Thursday in its District Meet at SE Polk.

October 12, 2017

Boys and Girls Soccer Players – Weightlifting is cancelled for today due to conferences. See you tomorrow.

October 11, 2017

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

October 10, 2017

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

Students taking the PSAT: 10th and 11th grade students taking the PSAT, the test is Wednesday, Oct.11th.  Report the to the small gym no later than 7:30 day of the test.  Remember to bring an id, pencils and calculator.  If you have questions, please see Mr. Marshall.

Any Students who signed up for the PSAT waiting list please see the bookkeeper in the Main Office.

October 9, 2017

The JV football game has been moved to Ankeny High School tonight @ 6pm. The JV team is to report to the locker room by 4pm.

Students taking the PSAT: 10th and 11th grade students taking the PSAT, the test is Wednesday, Oct.11th.  Report the to the small gym no later than 7:30 day of the test.  Remember to bring an id, pencils and calculator.  If you have questions, please see Mr. Marshall.

Any Students who signed up for the PSAT waiting list please see the bookkeeper in the Main Office.

October 5, 2017

Students taking the PSAT: 10th and 11th grade students taking the PSAT, the test is Oct.11th.  Report the to the small gym no later than 7:30 day of the test.  Remember to bring an id, pencils and calculator.  If you have questions, please see Mr. Marshall.

Any Students who signed up for the PSAT waiting list please see the bookkeeper in the Main Office.

Sisters 4 Success, there will be a quick meeting after school Friday in Ms. Norings’ room, 3200. Please have all your forms completed and bring them with you

Today is Dress up Thursday! Tomorrow is our traditional spirit day with coronation and the Homecoming Pep Assembly!

Friday, second lunch is your last time to buy dance tickets. Period. Tickets are not sold after second lunch on Friday. Tickets are not sold at the door. Guest forms are no longer accepted–the deadline was yesterday.

Again…

You have today, tomorrow and until second lunch on Friday to buy your homecoming dance tickets before school, during both lunches and after school in the journalism room, 2280. Tickets are ten dollars. Homecoming Dance, Under the Stars is Saturday in the Roundhouse from7:00 to 10:00. Dress is semi formal. Everyone needs their ticket and ID to enter the dance.

Best Buddies will be having a meeting today after school from 3:00pm to 4:30pm in room number 3490.  See you there!  Let Ms. Donovan and Ms. Downes know if you have any questions

October 4, 2017

The library will be closed all day on Wednesday to students except during Seminar.  If you are assigned to be in the library for your Seminar, you will go the library for your Seminar.   STUDENTS, You will NOT BE able to cut through the library to get to your classes.

Students taking the PSAT: 10th and 11th grade students taking the PSAT, the test is Oct.11th.  Report the to the small gym no later than 7:30 day of the test.  Remember to bring an id, pencils and calculator.  If you have questions, please see Mr. Marshall.

Any Students who signed up for the PSAT waiting list please see the bookkeeper in the Main Office.

Sisters 4 Success, there will be a quick meeting after school Friday in Ms. Norings’ room, 3200. Please have all your forms completed and bring them with you

Today is My World Wednesday–we are celebrating our diversity! Tomorrow is our traditional spirit day–Dress Up Thursday–get fancy Lincoln!

The BIG game is tonight! It’s powder puff time! The seniors and juniors take the field in our homecoming powder puff game in the stadium! Admission is two dollars, no SAT’s—game time is 6:30! Concessions! Fun and football! Don’t miss out!

All guest forms are due to student services today by 1:00. Guest forms will not be available today–you may just turn them in to student services. You have had a month to do this. Friday, second lunch is your last time to buy dance tickets. Period. Tickets are not sold after second lunch on Friday. Tickets are not sold at the door.

Again…

You have today, tomorrow and until second lunch on Friday to buy your homecoming dance tickets before school, during both lunches and after school in the journalism room, 2280. Tickets are ten dollars. Non Lincoln guest forms are due tomorrow to student services. Homecoming Dance, Under the Stars is Saturday in the Roundhouse from7:00 to 10:00. Dress is semi-formal.

October 3, 2017

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

Last night the boy’s cross country team ran to a 4th place finish at the North Polk Invitational.  The team was led by sophomore Andrew Klein’s runner-up finish and senior Cole Rand’s 4th place finish.  Personal best times were set by Junior Luis Avila and freshmen Anthony Win and Ricky Muniz.  The team will next compete on Thursday at Ewing Park.

October 2, 2017

Spirit Week is here! It’s my jersey Monday! Tomorrow is tie dye Tuesday—join in the fun!

Ready to watch 16 teams battle it out in the annual kicking off spirit week kickball tournament? Games start at 5:15 at the Rails softball and baseball fields! It’s free to get in but bring money for food! Which team will win????? Be there!

Homecoming dance, a night under the stars tickets are on sale now before school and during both lunches in the commons or after school in the journalism room, 2280. Tickets are 10 dollars. Tickets are not sold at the door. Last time to buy tickets is second lunch on Friday. Guest forms for non-Lincoln students must be processed before you can buy a ticket! You must have your ID to buy a ticket.

August 24, 2017

If you are interested in helping out with Lincoln’s fall musical “Little Shop of Horrors” there will be an informational pre audition workshop Q&A Friday, August 25th at 3:00 in the Drama Room, room 3010.

August 25, 2017

Any students interested in joining or learning about the Academic Decathlon team, please see Mrs. Schlagel in room 3270 after school on Friday! ALL students are welcome!

Congratulations to the Lincoln girls swim team for beating Boone High School last night 123 to 59. Jolynn Harris took first with a dive performance that broke a school record and places her number 1 in the state currently, Chloe Marquis broke the 100 fly school record and is currently number 3 in the state, and the Rails were led by other first place finishers Cat Dooley, Ella Worth, and Kalani Mangin. The Rails are currently 1 and 0 on the season, nice work ladies!

If you are interested in helping out with Lincoln’s fall musical “Little Shop of Horrors” there will be an informational pre audition workshop Q&A today at 3:00 pm in room 3010.

There will be a meeting for all students taking contract PE who are NOT in Band Wednesday, August 30th in the round house before school at 7 or after school at 12:45. If you cannot attend you need to see Mr. McGivern in the Round House ASAP.

Sophomore and JV volleyball players, practice will be at the RAILS academy from 3:30-5:30 today.

August 28, 2017

Welcome to a new year Railsplitters! What a great time to get involved in a new organization that embraces the Lincoln spirit of togetherness. If you’re looking to make an impact on others and build one-to-one friendships, please check out our Lincoln Best Buddies Chapter! We are having an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 5th after school in Ms. Donovan’s room from 3-4pm (room 3490 in the tower). This will be a current and prospective members meeting. If you have any questions please see Ms. Donovan, Ms. Downes, or Mr. Patterson.

Hey Lincoln! What’s on your resume? Key club will be having their first meeting of the year on August 31st in room 3470 at 2:50. Key club is an international service organization and we are looking for new members! Come to room 3470 this Thursday to learn more about Key Club. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Davidson before or after school.

Attention members of the National Honor Society, there will be a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, August 30th in the library at 12:45 after school. Contact Reya Mathew or Mr. Howett if you have any questions.

Auditions for LHS Theatre Arts Production of Little Shop of Horrors will take place tonight and tomorrow in the choir room starting at 3pm

Boys Basketball Players- Our first open gyms are tonight at RAILS.  Freshmen and sophomores from 5:30-6:45 and Juniors and seniors from 6:45-8pm.Weights are after school at 2:45. You must lift to play open gym. Fall sport athletes can come to open gym if the time doesn’t conflict with their current sport. Please see Coach Einerson with any questions.

GSA meeting after school today at 2:45 in room 2180

August 31, 2017

Welcome to a new year Railsplitters! What a great time to get involved in a new organization that embraces the Lincoln spirit of togetherness. If you’re looking to make an impact on others and build one-to-one friendships, please check out our Lincoln Best Buddies Chapter! We are having an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 5th after school in Ms. Donovan’s room from 3-4pm (room 3490 in the tower). This will be a current and prospective members meeting. If you have any questions please see Ms. Donovan, Ms. Downes, or Mr. Patterson.

Hey Lincoln! What’s on your resume? Key club will be having their first meeting of the year today in room 3470 at 2:50. Key club is an international service organization and we are looking for new members! Come to room 3470 this Thursday to learn more about Key Club. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Davidson before or after school.

 

September 5, 2017

Welcome to a new year Railsplitters! What a great time to get involved in a new organization that embraces the Lincoln spirit of togetherness. If you’re looking to make an impact on others and build one-to-one friendships, please check out our Lincoln Best Buddies Chapter! We are having an informational meeting on Thursday, September 7th after school in Ms. Donovan’s room from 3-4pm (room 3490 in the tower). This will be a current and prospective members meeting. If you have any questions please see Ms. Donovan, Ms. Downes, or Mr. Patterson.

The National ACT test will be given this Saturday, Sept. 9 at RAILS Academy. Please be there by 7:50 a.m. Bring these items with you: A photo ID, the admission ticket already printed out, a few no. 2 pencils and a calculator. Remember the test is given at RAILS not Main.

Are you unsure of what careers you might be interested in? Is there a test that matches your interests with modern careers? There is such a test-why not consider taking the ASVAB test on Wed., Sept. 27? It only takes 90 minutes on the computer and the results are returned to you in days not weeks. You are under no obligation to the military, but your scores can be used. Sign up today in the counseling center (sign up sheet on Ms. Clinton’s door).

September 6, 2017

Welcome to a new year Railsplitters! What a great time to get involved in a new organization that embraces the Lincoln spirit of togetherness. If you’re looking to make an impact on others and build one-to-one friendships, please check out our Lincoln Best Buddies Chapter! We are having an informational meeting on Thursday, September 7th after school in Ms. Donovan’s room from 3-4pm (room 3490 in the tower). This will be a current and prospective members meeting. If you have any questions please see Ms. Donovan, Ms. Downes, or Mr. Patterson.

The National ACT test will be given this Saturday, Sept. 9 at RAILS Academy. Please be there by 7:50 a.m. Bring these items with you: A photo ID, the admission ticket already printed out, a few no. 2 pencils and a calculator. Remember the test is given at RAILS not Main.

Are you unsure of what careers you might be interested in? Is there a test that matches your interests with modern careers? There is such a test-why not consider taking the ASVAB test on Wed., Sept. 27? It only takes 90 minutes on the computer and the results are returned to you in days not weeks. You are under no obligation to the military, but your scores can be used. Sign up today in the counseling center (sign up sheet on Ms. Clinton’s door).

Last night the boys XC team ran to a 6th place finish in the Grinnell Invitational.  The team was led by sophomore Andrew Klein’s 8th place finish.  Several personal bests were set by runners in both the Varsity and J.V. Divisions, including those by Seniors Cole Rand and Leon Urias, Juniors Dylan Veigulis and Miles Curtis and Sophomore Ryan Jasper.  The team will next compete Thursday in the Johnston Invitational at Camp Dodge.

Last night the volleyball team traveled to Mason City. The freshman, sophomore and varsity teams all won. The varsity team was led by senior Hannah Mckinney who had 16 kills and 8 aces, junior Naomi Williams who had 13 kills, and senior Izzy Marquis who had 30 digs. Their next home match is Tuesday the 12th against East.

Congratulations to the Lincoln swimmers for beating top 20 ranked SE Polk last night 103 to 82. First place swims by Cat Dooley, and top three finishes by Ella Worth, Erica Benson, Kalani Mangin, and Alexis Trucano all assisted in the big victory. The swimmers are now 2 and 1 on the season and ranked 13th in the state with another top 20 team coming to Lincoln on Thursday. Nice work ladies!

Star light, star bright…which team will win tonight? Homecoming is happening! Junior and senior girls, sign up for your homecoming powder puff teams in the journalism room, 2280 beginning tomorrow. You must have ten dollars at sign-up. The powder puff game is in the stadium, 6:30 on Wednesday, October 4th. Sign up ends on  September 15th!

Everyone! Put a kickball team together, send a captain to pick up a roster packet in the journalism room, 2280 starting tomorrow! We kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on Monday, October 2nd.

If you are not playing, be sure to put the date in your phone because it will be a fun night! Deadline for submitting a team is September 15th.

Drama Club will meet this Friday at 3pm in the Drama Room, Room 3010. Drama Club is a great opportunity to have fun with all things theatre while serving the Southside community! Everyone is welcome! So if you want to have some fun, join us this Friday at 3 in the Drama Room

Boys soccer players – See Coach Simons in room 3160 for information about strength and conditioning.

September 7, 2017

Welcome to a new year Railsplitters! What a great time to get involved in a new organization that embraces the Lincoln spirit of togetherness. If you’re looking to make an impact on others and build one-to-one friendships, please check out our Lincoln Best Buddies Chapter! We are having an informational meeting today, after school in Ms. Donovan’s room from 3-4pm (room 3490 in the tower). This will be a current and prospective members meeting. If you have any questions please see Ms. Donovan, Ms. Downes, or Mr. Patterson.

The National ACT test will be given this Saturday, Sept. 9 at RAILS Academy. Please be there by 7:50 a.m. Bring these items with you: A photo ID, the admission ticket already printed out, a few no. 2 pencils and a calculator. Remember the test is given at RAILS not Main.

Are you unsure of what careers you might be interested in? Is there a test that matches your interests with modern careers? There is such a test-why not consider taking the ASVAB test on Wed., Sept. 27? It only takes 90 minutes on the computer and the results are returned to you in days not weeks. You are under no obligation to the military, but your scores can be used. Sign up today in the counseling center (sign up sheet on Ms. Clinton’s door).

Star light, star bright…which team will win tonight? Homecoming is happening! Junior and senior girls, sign up for your homecoming powder puff teams in the journalism room, 2280 today through the 15th. You must have ten dollars at sign-up. The powder puff game is in the stadium, 6:30 on Wednesday, October 4th. Sign up ends on September 15th!

 

Everyone! Put a kickball team together, send a captain to pick up a roster packet in the journalism room, 2280! We kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on Monday, October 2nd. Roster packet deadline is September 15th.

If you are not playing, be sure to put the date in your phone because it will be a fun night! Deadline for submitting a team is September 15th.

Drama Club will meet this Friday at 3pm in the Drama Room, Room 3010. Drama Club is a great opportunity to have fun with all things theatre while serving the Southside community! Everyone is welcome! So if you want to have some fun, join us this Friday at 3 in the Drama Room

Academic Decathlon is looking for you to join! There will be an information meeting Friday after school in Mrs. Schlagel’s classroom #3270 at the Main Building. If you cannot attend and are interested in joining, please contact either Mrs. Schlagel at Main, or Mr. Nizzi at Rails, as soon as possible!

September 8, 2017

The National ACT test will be given this Saturday, Sept. 9 at RAILS Academy. Please be there by 7:50 a.m. Bring these items with you: A photo ID, the admission ticket already printed out, a few no. 2 pencils and a calculator. Remember the test is given at RAILS not Main.

Are you unsure of what careers you might be interested in? Is there a test that matches your interests with modern careers? There is such a test-why not consider taking the ASVAB test on Wed., Sept. 27? It only takes 90 minutes on the computer and the results are returned to you in days not weeks. You are under no obligation to the military, but your scores can be used. Sign up today in the counseling center (sign up sheet on Ms. Clinton’s door).

Star light, star bright…which team will win tonight? Homecoming is happening! Junior and senior girls, sign up for your homecoming powder puff teams in the journalism room, 2280 today through the 15th. You must have ten dollars at sign-up. The powder puff game is in the stadium, 6:30 on Wednesday, October 4th. Sign up ends on September 15th!

Everyone! Put a kickball team together, send a captain to pick up a roster packet in the journalism room, 2280! We kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on Monday, October 2nd. Roster packet deadline is September 15th.

If you are not playing, be sure to put the date in your phone because it will be a fun night! Deadline for submitting a team is September 15th.

Drama Club will meet today at 3pm in the Drama Room, Room 3010. Drama Club is a great opportunity to have fun with all things theatre while serving the Southside community! Everyone is welcome! So if you want to have some fun, join us this Friday at 3 in the Drama Room

Academic Decathlon is looking for you to join! There will be an information meeting today after school in Mrs. Schlagel’s classroom #3270 at the Main Building. If you cannot attend and are interested in joining, please contact either Mrs. Schlagel at Main, or Mr. Nizzi at Rails, as soon as possible!

Interested in taking the PSAT?  The PSAT is an optional exam for juniors who want to qualify for a National Merit Scholarship, or intends to take the SAT in the spring.  The exam date is Oct. 11th but you must be signed up before Sept. 20th.  The exam costs $20.00.  Sign up with Katie Bales in the main office.  If you have questions, please see Mr. Marshall.  Once again, this is an optional exam for juniors who wish to be considered for a National Merit Scholarship.

September 11, 2017

Are you unsure of what careers you might be interested in? Is there a test that matches your interests with modern careers? There is such a test-why not consider taking the ASVAB test on Wed., Sept. 27? It only takes 90 minutes on the computer and the results are returned to you in days not weeks. You are under no obligation to the military, but your scores can be used. Sign up today in the counseling center (sign up sheet on Ms. Clinton’s door).

Interested in taking the PSAT?  The PSAT is an optional exam for juniors who want to qualify for a National Merit Scholarship, or intends to take the SAT in the spring.  The exam date is Oct. 11th but you must be signed up before Sept. 20th.  The exam costs $20.00.  Sign up with Katie Bales in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall.  Once again, this is an optional exam for juniors who wish to be considered for a National Merit Scholarship.

Streetsmarts Driver Education students will meet in Room 1280 today.  Please bring a notebook and something to write with.  If you have questions, come see Mrs. Essy in Room 2160.

Star light, star bright…which team will win tonight? Homecoming is happening! Junior and senior girls, sign up for your homecoming powder puff teams in the journalism room, 2280 today. You must have ten dollars at sign-up. The powder puff game is in the stadium, 6:30 on Wednesday, October 4th. Sign up ends on on September 15th–that’s this Friday! You cannot sign up after this Friday. Don’t miss out on this fun tradition.

Everyone! Put a kickball team together, send a captain to pick up a roster packet in the journalism room, 2280, today! We kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on Monday, October 2nd.

If you are not playing, be sure to put the date in your phone because it will be a fun night! Deadline for submitting a team is September 15th–that’s this Friday. Late packets are not accepted!

There will be a GIRLS BASKETBALL MEETING right afterschool on Tuesday in Coach Harrison’s room, 3060, for all girls interested in playing basketball.

Open Gyms, Fall Leagues and season information will be shared.

Interested in joining Lincoln’s Speech & Debate Team? Come learn about the program on Thursday, September 14th after school at 3:00 pm in the Lincoln Main Counseling Center. See Ms. Evans in the counseling center if you have questions.

Seniors: the first two scholarships of the year have arrived:

The Jean Marie Cardinell chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is pleased to sponsor the DAR Good Citizens program again this year.  This scholarship honors an outstanding young person who demonstrates qualities of a good citizen.

AND

The Pearl Hull Falk Scholarship is also ready for applicants. Please see Ms. Clinton in the Counseling Office for criteria for both scholarships.

September 12, 2017

Are you unsure of what careers you might be interested in? Is there a test that matches your interests with modern careers? There is such a test-why not consider taking the ASVAB test on Wed., Sept. 27? It only takes 90 minutes on the computer and the results are returned to you in days not weeks. You are under no obligation to the military, but your scores can be used. Sign up today in the counseling center (sign up sheet on Ms. Clinton’s door).

Interested in taking the PSAT?  The PSAT is an optional exam for juniors who want to qualify for a National Merit Scholarship, or intends to take the SAT in the spring.  The exam date is Oct. 11th but you must be signed up before Sept. 20th.  The exam costs $20.00.  Sign up with Katie Bales in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall.  Once again, this is an optional exam for juniors who wish to be considered for a National Merit Scholarship.

Streetsmarts Driver Education students will meet in Room 1280 today.  Please bring a notebook and something to write with.  If you have questions, come see Mrs. Essy in Room 2160.

Star light, star bright…which team will win tonight? Homecoming is happening! Junior and senior girls, sign up for your homecoming powder puff teams in the journalism room, 2280 today. You must have ten dollars at sign-up. The powder puff game is in the stadium, 6:30 on Wednesday, October 4th. Sign up ends on on September 15th–that’s this Friday! You cannot sign up after this Friday. Don’t miss out on this fun tradition.

Everyone! Put a kickball team together, send a captain to pick up a roster packet in the journalism room, 2280, today! We kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on Monday, October 2nd.

If you are not playing, be sure to put the date in your phone because it will be a fun night! Deadline for submitting a team is September 15th–that’s this Friday. Late packets are not accepted!

There will be a girl’s basketball meeting right afterschool today in Coach Harrison’s room, 3060, for all girls interested in playing basketball.

Open Gyms, Fall Leagues and season information will be shared.

Interested in joining Lincoln’s Speech & Debate Team? Come learn about the program on Thursday, September 14th after school at 3:00 pm in the Lincoln Main Counseling Center. See Ms. Evans in the counseling center if you have questions.

Seniors: the first two scholarships of the year have arrived:

The Jean Marie Cardinell chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is pleased to sponsor the DAR Good Citizens program again this year.  This scholarship honors an outstanding young person who demonstrates qualities of a good citizen.

AND

The Pearl Hull Falk Scholarship is also ready for applicants.

Please see Ms. Clinton in the Counseling Office for criteria for both scholarships.

There will be a Brother 2 Brother informational meeting on Wednesday September 13th at 12:50 after school in Mr. Lee ‘s room 2280. If you want to learn more about the program and obtain some information, please stop by.

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

September 13, 2017

Are you unsure of what careers you might be interested in? Is there a test that matches your interests with modern careers? There is such a test-why not consider taking the ASVAB test on Wed., Sept. 27? It only takes 90 minutes on the computer and the results are returned to you in days not weeks. You are under no obligation to the military, but your scores can be used. Sign up today in the counseling center (sign up sheet on Ms. Clinton’s door).

Interested in taking the PSAT?  The PSAT is an optional exam for juniors who want to qualify for a National Merit Scholarship, or intends to take the SAT in the spring.  The exam date is Oct. 11th but you must be signed up before Sept. 20th.  The exam costs $20.00.  Sign up with Katie Bales in the main office.  If you have questions please see Mr. Marshall.  Once again, this is an optional exam for juniors who wish to be considered for a National Merit Scholarship.

Star light, star bright…which team will win tonight? Homecoming is happening! Junior and senior girls, sign up for your homecoming powder puff teams in the journalism room, 2280 today. You must have ten dollars at sign-up. The powder puff game is in the stadium, 6:30 on Wednesday, October 4th. Sign up ends on on September 15th–that’s this Friday! You cannot sign up after this Friday. Don’t miss out on this fun tradition.

Everyone! Put a kickball team together, send a captain to pick up a roster packet in the journalism room, 2280, today! We kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on Monday, October 2nd.

If you are not playing, be sure to put the date in your phone because it will be a fun night! Deadline for submitting a team is September 15th–that’s this Friday. Late packets are not accepted!

Interested in joining Lincoln’s Speech & Debate Team? Come learn about the program on Thursday, September 14th after school at 3:00 pm in the Lincoln Main Counseling Center. See Ms. Evans in the counseling center if you have questions.

Seniors: the first two scholarships of the year have arrived:

The Jean Marie Cardinell chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is pleased to sponsor the DAR Good Citizens program again this year.  This scholarship honors an outstanding young person who demonstrates qualities of a good citizen.

AND

The Pearl Hull Falk Scholarship is also ready for applicants.

Please see Ms. Clinton in the Counseling Office for criteria for both scholarships.

There will be a Brother 2 Brother informational meeting today September 13th at 12:50 after school in Mr. Lee ‘s room 2280. If you want to learn more about the program and obtain some information, please stop by.

Last night the boys cross country team ran to a 7th place finish at the Valley meet.  The team was led by sophomore Andrew Klein’s 4th place finish.  Andrew is currently the 24th ranked runner in Class 4A.  Other top performances included personal best times being set by sophomore Alex Crimmins and freshman Anthony Win.  The team will next compete on Saturday at Iowa State University in the Heartland Classic hosted by Roosevelt.

September 14, 2017

Are you unsure of what careers you might be interested in? Is there a test that matches your interests with modern careers? There is such a test-why not consider taking the ASVAB test on Wed., Sept. 27? It only takes 90 minutes on the computer and the results are returned to you in days not weeks. You are under no obligation to the military, but your scores can be used. Sign up today in the counseling center (sign up sheet on Ms. Clinton’s door).

Interested in taking the PSAT?  The PSAT is an optional exam for juniors who want to qualify for a National Merit Scholarship, or intends to take the SAT in the spring.  The exam date is Oct. 11th but you must be signed up before Sept. 20th.  The exam costs $20.00.  Sign up with Katie Bales in the main office.  If you have questions, please see Mr. Marshall.  Once again, this is an optional exam for juniors who wish to be considered for a National Merit Scholarship.

Star light, star bright…which team will win tonight? Homecoming is happening! Junior and senior girls, sign up for your homecoming powder puff teams in the journalism room, 2280 today. You must have ten dollars at sign-up. The powder puff game is in the stadium, 6:30 on Wednesday, October 4th. Sign up ends on on September 15th–that’s this Friday! You cannot sign up after this Friday. Don’t miss out on this fun tradition.

Everyone! Put a kickball team together, send a captain to pick up a roster packet in the journalism room, 2280, today! We kick off spirit week with our annual kickball tournament on Monday, October 2nd.

If you are not playing, be sure to put the date in your phone because it will be a fun night! Deadline for submitting a team is September 15th–that’s this Friday. Late packets are not accepted!

Interested in joining Lincoln’s Speech & Debate Team? Come learn about the program on Thursday, September 14th after school at 3:00 pm in the Lincoln Main Counseling Center. See Ms. Evans in the counseling center if you have questions.

Seniors: the first two scholarships of the year have arrived:

The Jean Marie Cardinell chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is pleased to sponsor the DAR Good Citizens program again this year.  This scholarship honors an outstanding young person who demonstrates qualities of a good citizen.

AND

The Pearl Hull Falk Scholarship is also ready for applicants.

Please see Ms. Clinton in the Counseling Office for criteria for both scholarships.

BOYS AND GIRLS INTERESTED IN PLAYING SOCCER THIS YEAR, STOP BY COACH SIMONS’S ROOM  OR COACH VOOGD’S ROOM FOR INFORMATION ABOUT OFFSEASON STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING.

Reminder to all students attending the football game tonight, you need to bring your ID with you and no backpacks will be allowed inside.

September 18, 2017

Are you unsure of what careers you might be interested in? Is there a test that matches your interests with modern careers? There is such a test-why not consider taking the ASVAB test on Wed., Sept. 27? It only takes 90 minutes on the computer and the results are returned to you in days not weeks. You are under no obligation to the military, but your scores can be used. Sign up today in the counseling center (sign up sheet on Ms. Clinton’s door).

Interested in taking the PSAT?  The PSAT is an optional exam for juniors who want to qualify for a National Merit Scholarship, or intends to take the SAT in the spring.  The exam date is Oct. 11th but you must be signed up before Sept. 20th.  The exam costs $20.00.  Sign up with Katie Bales in the main office.  If you have questions, please see Mr. Marshall.  Once again, this is an optional exam for juniors who wish to be considered for a National Merit Scholarship.

Homecoming dance, Under the Stars is October 7th. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale October 2nd. If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lincoln, pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or student services now. Fill it out and turn it back into student services. Guest forms must be processed before you may purchase tickets. Eligibility will determine whether you may buy a ticket.

Seniors! You will be nominating a boy and a girl for your 2017 homecoming court today in your Senior Rail Times. If you do not have a Rail Times, please come to the journalism room, 2280 to fill out a nomination form sometime during the day, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday end of day.

2017 Yearbooks may be picked up in the journalism room, 2280 immediately after school. Please check the list–if your name is not on the list, you did not pre order and purchase a yearbook. If your name is highlighted in green, it is in the mail.

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.

Questions? Please stop by the MTSS office room 1420, located on long Roundhouse hallway and see Mrs. Clough.

September 20, 2017

Homecoming dance, Under the Stars is October 7th. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale October 2nd. If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lincoln, pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or student services now. Fill it out and turn it back into student services. Guest forms must be processed before you may purchase tickets. Eligibility will determine whether you may buy a ticket.

Seniors! If you did not have a chance to nominate a boy and girl for the 2017 Homecoming Court yesterday in your Rail Times, please stop by the journalism room. 2280 any time today until 12:45. The court will be announced on Thursday.

2017 Yearbooks may be picked up in the journalism room, 2280 immediately after school. Please check the list–if your name is not on the list, you did not pre order and purchase a yearbook. If your name is highlighted in green, it is in the mail.

Students that received an academic award and were unable to attend the academic awards ceremony last night may pick up their award in the main office.

Sisters for Success! Any students who are still interested, Ms. Noring is available to speak to you before or after school. This is a great opportunity to be apart of an exciting, new organization at Lincoln! Stop by room 3200, for further details!

September 21, 2017

Homecoming dance, Under the Stars is October 7th. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale October 2nd. If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lincoln, pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or student services now. Fill it out and turn it back into student services. Guest forms must be processed before you may purchase tickets. Eligibility will determine whether you may buy a ticket. Go to class so you can attend Homecoming Dance!

2017 Yearbooks may be picked up in the journalism room, 2280 immediately after school. Please check the list–if your name is not on the list, you did not pre order and purchase a yearbook. If your name is highlighted in pink, it is in the mail.

Students that received an academic award and were unable to attend the academic awards ceremony last night may pick up their award in the main office.

Sisters for Success! Any students who are still interested, Ms. Noring is available to speak to you before or after school. This is a great opportunity to be apart of an exciting, new organization at Lincoln! Stop by room 3200, for further details!

Best Buddies Lincoln will be having an all members meeting this afternoon from 3 to 4:30 pm in Ms. Donovan’s room (3490). There will be snacks, games, and activities! Any questions see Ms. Donovan, Mr. Patterson or Ms. Downes

September 22, 2017

Get your guest form going now! Homecoming dance, Under the Stars is October 7th. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale October 2nd. If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lincoln, pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or student services now. Fill it out and turn it back into student services. Guest forms must be processed before you may purchase tickets. Eligibility will determine whether you may buy a ticket. Go to class so you can attend Homecoming Dance!

2017 Yearbooks may be picked up in the journalism room, 2280 immediately after school. Please check the list–if your name is not on the list, you did not pre order and purchase a yearbook. If your name is highlighted in pink, it is in the mail.

Homecoming court! You must see Mrs. Bradshaw in the journalism room, 2280 today to pick-up your court packet. You have court pictures scheduled for Monday as well.

Students that received an academic award and were unable to attend the academic awards ceremony last night may pick up their award in the main office.

Sisters for Success! Any students who are still interested, Ms. Noring is available to speak to you before or after school. This is a great opportunity to be a part of an exciting, new organization at Lincoln! Stop by room 3200, for further details!

Imagine designing a new Nolen Plaza or a new café and printing center, a new Principal Riverwalk facility or a stadium- while you are still in high school…In your dreams?… Not anymore thanks to the ACE (Architect, Construction and Engineering) Mentor Program hundreds of high school students are designing real life projects under the direction of the area’s top design, engineering and construction professionals. For more information, please see Mr. Mack in room 1290.  Deadline to sign up is October 24th.

Last night the boys cross country team ran to a 7th place finish in the 15 team Indianola Invitational.  The team was paced by sophomore Andrew Klein’s 2nd place finish and Junior Dylan Veigulus’ 10th place finish.  Freshmen Anthony Win and Nate Bell both set big personal best times on the hilly course.  The team will next compete on Tuesday at Waukee.

This week is National LGBTQ Ally Week, show your support for the LGBTQ community by taking the pledge to be an Ally. Gay Straight Alliance members will have a table before school and during lunch for students to take the pledge and be featured on our twitter and Instagram pages. Members will also be selling “I am an Ally” buttons for $1 and rainbow lanyards for $3. The money will go to support field trips for GSA this school year. This Friday GSA will host Pride Day here at Lincoln. Show your support by wearing your brightest rainbow, tie dye and neon at school and join GSA at the Dowling game Friday Night. You can also stop by room 2180 to pre-order a Tie Dye GSA shirt which will be ready for Tie Dye Tuesday of Spirit Week. See Mrs. Brennan or Ms. Simpson for questions and thank you for supporting ALL Lincoln students to make our school a safe environment for all.

September 25, 2017

Get your guest form going now! Homecoming dance, Under the Stars is October 7th. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale October 2nd. If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lincoln, pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or student services now. Fill it out and turn it back into student services. Guest forms must be processed before you may purchase tickets. Eligibility will determine whether you may buy a ticket. Go to class so you can attend Homecoming Dance!

Pay attention in Rail Times today! Everything you need to know to have fun during Spirit Week is in the Power Point! Put the dates in your phone and get ready to have fun!

Court members! Meet in the journalism room, 2280 at 1:40 for your court pictures! Your court bio forms are due as well.

Sisters for Success! Any students who are still interested, Ms. Noring is available to speak to you before or after school. This is a great opportunity to be a part of an exciting, new organization at Lincoln! Stop by room 3200, for further details!

Imagine designing a new Nolen Plaza or a new café and printing center, a new Principal Riverwalk facility or a stadium- while you are still in high school…In your dreams?… Not anymore thanks to the ACE (Architect, Construction and Engineering) Mentor Program hundreds of high school students are designing real life projects under the direction of the area’s top design, engineering and construction professionals. For more information, please see Mr. Mack in room 1290.  Deadline to sign up is October 24th.

This week is National LGBTQ Ally Week, show your support for the LGBTQ community by taking the pledge to be an Ally. Gay Straight Alliance members will have a table before school and during lunch for students to take the pledge and be featured on our twitter and Instagram pages. Members will also be selling “I am an Ally” buttons for $1 and rainbow lanyards for $3. The money will go to support field trips for GSA this school year. This Friday GSA will host Pride Day here at Lincoln. Show your support by wearing your brightest rainbow, tie dye and neon at school and join GSA at the Dowling game Friday Night. You can also stop by room 2180 to pre-order a Tie Dye GSA shirt which will be ready for Tie Dye Tuesday of Spirit Week. See Mrs. Brennan or Ms. Simpson for questions and thank you for supporting ALL Lincoln students to make our school a safe environment for all.

September 26, 2017

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 9:05 you will be assigned to a Default Study Lab for the week.

Get your guest form going now! Homecoming dance, Under the Stars is October 7th. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale October 2nd. If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lincoln, pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or student services now. Fill it out and turn it back into student services. Guest forms must be processed before you may purchase tickets. Eligibility will determine whether you may buy a ticket. Go to class so you can attend Homecoming Dance!

Get ready for a fun spirit week with lots of events starting with the annual kickball tournament, Monday evening! There’s no admission to watch 16 teams battle it out for the championship!

Wednesday October 4th is Powder Puff! Watch the senior take on the juniors in the stadium beginning at 6:30. Admission is two dollars–no SAT’s!

Sisters for Success! Any students who are still interested, Ms. Noring is available to speak to you before or after school. This is a great opportunity to be a part of an exciting, new organization at Lincoln! Stop by room 3200, for further details!

Imagine designing a new Nolen Plaza or a new café and printing center, a new Principal Riverwalk facility or a stadium- while you are still in high school…In your dreams?… Not anymore thanks to the ACE (Architect, Construction and Engineering) Mentor Program hundreds of high school students are designing real life projects under the direction of the area’s top design, engineering and construction professionals. For more information, please see Mr. Mack in room 1290.  Deadline to sign up is October 24th.

This week is National LGBTQ Ally Week, show your support for the LGBTQ community by taking the pledge to be an Ally. Gay Straight Alliance members will have a table before school and during lunch for students to take the pledge and be featured on our twitter and Instagram pages. Members will also be selling “I am an Ally” buttons for $1 and rainbow lanyards for $3. The money will go to support field trips for GSA this school year. This Friday GSA will host Pride Day here at Lincoln. Show your support by wearing your brightest rainbow, tie dye and neon at school and join GSA at the Dowling game Friday Night. You can also stop by room 2180 to pre-order a Tie Dye GSA shirt which will be ready for Tie Dye Tuesday of Spirit Week. See Mrs. Brennan or Ms. Simpson for questions and thank you for supporting ALL Lincoln students to make our school a safe environment for all.

September 27, 2017

Congratulations to the Lincoln Girls Swim Team for beating the Roosevelt swim team last night 101 to 85. This is only the second time that the Lincoln team has beat Roosevelt in a dual meet in the last 50 years, and ensures Lincoln the 2017 regular season conference title! Nice work ladies!

Last night the boys cross country team finished in 5th place at the Waukee Invitational.  The team was led by sophomore Andrew Klein’s 2nd place finish.  Junior Dylan Veigulis finished 10th and Senior Cole Rand was 20th.  Runners setting personal best times were seniors Leon Urias and Deon Turner, juniors Keylan Irvin, Luis Avila and Daniel Fiefer, and sophomores Dominic Caliguiri, Alex Crimmins, Preston Huberty, and Ryan Jasper.

Students who signed up for the ASVAB test, it’s today starting at 8:30, in the Counseling Center. It will take about 90 min. Watch for your pass during first part of block 1.

GIRLS BASKETBALL OPEN GYM TONIGHT

5:30-7PM at RAILS

Get your guest form going now! Homecoming dance, Under the Stars is October 7th. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale October 2nd. If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lincoln, pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or student services now. Fill it out and turn it back into student services. Guest forms must be processed before you may purchase tickets. Eligibility will determine whether you may buy a ticket. Go to class so you can attend Homecoming Dance!

Get ready for a fun spirit week with lots of events starting with the annual kickball tournament, Monday evening! There’s no admission to watch 16 teams battle it out for the championship!

Wednesday, October 4th is Powder Puff! Watch the senior take on the juniors in the stadium beginning at 6:30. Admission is two dollars–no SAT’s!

Anyone interested in Academic Decathlon, including present members, please meet in Mrs. Schlagel’s room 3270 after school on Friday!

Friday, Sisters 4 Sisters will have their first meeting, in Ms. Norings’ room, 3200. The meeting will be for half an hour after school! Please bring your application and come enjoy some food.

Imagine designing a new Nolen Plaza or a new café and printing center, a new Principal Riverwalk facility or a stadium- while you are still in high school…In your dreams?… Not anymore thanks to the ACE (Architect, Construction and Engineering) Mentor Program hundreds of high school students are designing real life projects under the direction of the area’s top design, engineering and construction professionals. For more information, please see Mr. Mack in room 1290.  Deadline to sign up is October 24th.

This week is National LGBTQ Ally Week, show your support for the LGBTQ community by taking the pledge to be an Ally. Gay Straight Alliance members will have a table before school and during lunch for students to take the pledge and be featured on our twitter and Instagram pages. Members will also be selling “I am an Ally” buttons for $1 and rainbow lanyards for $3. The money will go to support field trips for GSA this school year. This Friday GSA will host Pride Day here at Lincoln. Show your support by wearing your brightest rainbow, tie dye and neon at school and join GSA at the Dowling game Friday Night. You can also stop by room 2180 to pre-order a Tie Dye GSA shirt which will be ready for Tie Dye Tuesday of Spirit Week. See Mrs. Brennan or Ms. Simpson for questions and thank you for supporting ALL Lincoln students to make our school a safe environment for all.

September 28, 2017

Get your guest form going now! Homecoming dance, Under the Stars is October 7th. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale October 2nd. If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lincoln, pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or student services now. Fill it out and turn it back into student services. Guest forms must be processed before you may purchase tickets. Eligibility will determine whether you may buy a ticket. Go to class so you can attend Homecoming Dance!

Kickball captains! Your team shirts will be ready for pick-up tomorrow–that’s Friday, in the journalism room, 2280. Only captains may pick-up the entire team’s shirts.

Get ready for a fun spirit week with lots of events starting with the annual kickball tournament, Monday evening! There’s no admission to watch 16 teams battle it out for the championship!

Wednesday is Powder Puff! Watch the senior take on the juniors in the stadium beginning at 6:30. Admission is two dollars–no SAT’s!

Anyone interested in Academic Decathlon, including present members, please meet in Mrs. Schlagel’s room 3270 after school on Friday!

Friday, Sisters 4 Sisters will have their first meeting, in Ms. Norings’ room, 3200. The meeting will be for half an hour after school! Please bring your application and come enjoy some food.

This week is National LGBTQ Ally Week, show your support for the LGBTQ community by taking the pledge to be an Ally. Gay Straight Alliance members will have a table before school and during lunch for students to take the pledge and be featured on our twitter and Instagram pages. Members will also be selling “I am an Ally” buttons for $1 and rainbow lanyards for $3. The money will go to support field trips for GSA this school year. This Friday GSA will host Pride Day here at Lincoln. Show your support by wearing your brightest rainbow, tie dye and neon at school and join GSA at the Dowling game Friday Night. You can also stop by room 2180 to pre-order a Tie Dye GSA shirt which will be ready for Tie Dye Tuesday of Spirit Week. See Mrs. Brennan or Ms. Simpson for questions and thank you for supporting ALL Lincoln students to make our school a safe environment for all.

September 29, 2017

Today, Sisters 4 Sisters will have their first meeting, in Ms. Norings’ room, 3200. The meeting will be for half an hour after school! Please bring your application and come enjoy some food.

Seniors, please remember that we will be taking the senior panoramic picture on Monday during RAILS time. We will dismiss by announcement.

Get your guest form going now–this must be processed before you buy tickets and it takes a day or two! Homecoming dance, Under the Stars is October 7th. Tickets are ten dollars and go on sale October 2nd. If you are bringing a guest who does not attend Lincoln, pick up your guest form in the journalism room, 2280 or student services now. Fill it out and turn it back into student services. Guest forms must be processed before you may purchase tickets. Eligibility will determine whether you may buy a ticket. Go to class so you can attend Homecoming Dance!

Kickball captains! Your team shirts are available for pick up after 3rd block, in the journalism room, 2280. Only captains may pick-up the entire team’s shirts and only after 3rd block.

Get ready for a fun spirit week with lots of events starting with the annual kickball tournament, Monday evening! There’s no admission to watch 16 teams battle it out for the championship!

Wednesday is Powder Puff! Watch the senior take on the juniors in the stadium beginning at 6:30. Admission is two dollars–no SAT’s!

Go to your student newspaper at www.LHSrailsplitteronline.com for court and voting information. You will find spirit week information there as well. Get informed!

Anyone interested in Academic Decathlon, including present members, please meet in Mrs. Schlagel’s room 3270 after school today!

This week is National LGBTQ Ally Week, show your support for the LGBTQ community by taking the pledge to be an Ally. Gay Straight Alliance members will have a table before school and during lunch for students to take the pledge and be featured on our twitter and Instagram pages. Members will also be selling “I am an Ally” buttons for $1 and rainbow lanyards for $3. The money will go to support field trips for GSA this school year. Today GSA will host Pride Day here at Lincoln. Show your support by wearing your brightest rainbow, tie dye and neon at school and join GSA at the Dowling game tonight. You can also stop by room 2180 to pre-order a Tie Dye GSA shirt which will be ready for Tie Dye Tuesday of Spirit Week. See Mrs. Brennan or Ms. Simpson for questions and thank you for supporting ALL Lincoln students to make our school a safe environment for all.