September 22, 2011
There will be lots of ways for your student to get involved in Homecoming Week….from Spirit Week activities, to a Middle School Dance, Homecoming Game tailgate and football game and high school dance. Here is the information you need:
Spirit Week leading up to Homecoming is October 3-7 with lots of activity for students and opportunities for parent volunteers:
Monday = Snap Back (Hat) Day
Tuesday = College Gear/Sports Gear Day
Wednesday = Preppy Day
Thursday = Throwback Thursday
Friday = Blue & Gold Tiger Pride Day
Homecoming Football Game
Friday: Oct. 7 at 7 p.m., Central High School vs. Lincoln at Southeast Field; tailgate before game starting at 5:30 p.m. in Southeast Parking lot. The tailgate is FREE to students and families, but to make it successful for everyone we could use your help. Cohntact Ms. Doyle, email@example.com to donate soda/water, hamburger or hotdog buns, condiments, or to volunteer to help.
Homecoming Dance for High School
Dance Saturday, October 8, 8:00pm – 11:30 pm in the Gym. Advance tickets are $8; $10 at the door. Non-Lincoln students MUST be registered in the office to attend. Last date to register non-Lincoln student is Sept. 23. Last day to register for Homecoming Royalty is Friday, Sept. 23, in Room 302.
Lots of Ways to Help
There are a number of ways that you can either volunteer or donate or be involved in the fun.
#1 Make plans to come to the tailgate and to the football game — and cheer for Lincoln!
#2 Volunteer to help with either the middle school or high school dances.
#3 Make a donation or sign up to help for the tailgate. There are various things we need …
A truck(s) to transport food items and BBQs to the Southeast Field and back to Lincoln.
Hotdogs, hamburgers and buns
Condiments — Mustard, Relish and Catsup
Soda and water, coolers with ice
2-3 big folding tables
Help with grilling, serving, setup and cleanup;
If you can help, please email Ms. Doyle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 22, 2011
Tutoring begins next week. All students should have received with their PROGRESS REPORTS a permission form to participate in tutoring. Forms just be turned in, and tutoring slots will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. If you have particular needs or concerns regarding your student’s academic performance, contact the teacher or a principal/administrator.
September 15, 2011
Please see the links below to review the full school improvement plan for Lincoln and a SIP summary with a summary of the school’s Title I budget for 2011-2012.
2011-2012 School Improvement Plan
School Improvement Goals and Title I Budget
September 12, 2011
Gentle nudge: Parents, please review the school’s attendance and absences policy that provides guidance on what to do if your child is absent. Lincoln’s Attendance Office works very hard to be sure your student is in school and engaged in learning. Click here to read full policy.
September 8, 2011
Please help support our school through a voluntary contribution to the SAC Activity Fund. Information available by clicking form below:
SAC Activity Fund
September 8, 2011
Check out the list of Lincoln clubs and after-school activities. Lincoln offers a wide variety of enrichment and leadership activities for your student — including Earth Club, Robotics, LEGO Robotics, Solar Car, Knowledge Bowl and more. Click here for Clubs-Activities list.
September 6, 2011
Over the next several weeks, at least 30 public and private colleges and universities will make a personal visit to check out our Lincoln students. You can find the list of schools that will be coming to Lincoln by clicking on the link below. Students must sign up in the Counseling Department and be up to date in their classes. If you have questions about these visits, contact David Cantwell in the Counseling Department, email@example.com.
Fall 2011 College Visits
College 101 Workshop Thursday, Sept. 8