Check out the link for key dates for senior activities. If you have questions, contact the senior class sponsor, Lee Allen, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are working to compile a list of summer educational and learning opportunities that are local, across the state and beyond. Here is a starting list of programs for you to consider. If you have suggestions or know of a program we should highlight, please send us information.
Missouri 4-H Youth Development Camps: Offering camps and programs for young people in grades 6-12.http://mo4h.missouri.edu/programs/summers/#plants
Missouri Science and Technology at Rolla Summer Camps: A variety of summer residential camps for middle and high school students, including engineering, Robotics, explosives, solar car, aerospace and more. http://precollege.mst.edu/mets/index.html
Adventures In Medicine & Science (AIMS) Program: An outreach program of the Saint Louis University School of Medicine. https://sites.google.com/a/slu.edu/aims-workshop/home
University of Kansas Medical Center Nurse Academy: Exploration of nursing field for interested high school students. http://www.kumc.edu/nurseacademy/
Health Science Institute at UMKC: Residential program to introduce high school students to fields of dentistry, nursing and pharmacy http://nursing.umkc.edu/documents/high-school/health-science-camp-app.pdf
Summer Media Workshop at the Missouri School of Journalism:Graphic design, sports writing, photography, yearbook leadership and more. http://muconf.missouri.edu/smw/SMWBrochure2011.pdf
Missouri Urban Journalism Workshop: Summer journalism program for students from urban high schools.http://mipanews.org/workshops/mo-urban-journalism-workshop/
UMKC School of Medicine: Four-week non-residential introduction to medical sciences. http://www.med.umkc.edu/oced/summer_scholars.shtml
Lincoln parents will elect SAC officers for the 2011-2012 school year on Thursday, May 5. Nominations for SAC office are being accepted now. Parents may self-nominate or may nominate another parent for office. At the May SAC meeting, we will elect a SAC Chair, SAC Vice Chair, SAC Secretary, SAC Treasurer. We also will elect two representatives to the District Advisory Committee and two representatives to the Title I Parent Advisory Committee. The District Advisory Committee recently revised DAC bylaws and will be working with each of the SACs this year to revise bylaws so that they conform with the DAC framework but also represent the interests and needs of individual schools. While the bylaws spell out rules regarding voting rights, the practice at Lincoln has not been to limit Lincoln parents’ rights to vote in a SAC election. If you have questions about the elections, please contact Laura Loyacono, email@example.com, SAC Secretary, or Fred Hudgins, Lincoln DAC Representative and the DAC Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org.
See the updated Lincoln Activities Calendar for information on what’s happening at our school. LCPA Activities Calendar