Daily Announcements

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