Let your friends and family with young students know about upcoming opportunities to visit Lincoln College Prep. Please share the attached flyer. Shadow Days for middle and high school students begin the first week of November!
Here’s the Lincoln Girls Basketball schedule. Get out and cheer on our Lady Tigers!
Lincoln will hold its fall admissions test for students entering grades 6 through 9 on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 7:30-11:30 a.m. at the school. Students MUST be pre-registered to attend. This test is for students who don’t have a qualifying MAP score for admission or a qualifying test score from another nationally normed standardized test. See the flyer for more information. Call Ms. Hill at 816-418-3000 to register.
Just released: Check out the schedule for the Interscholastic Basketball season. Lots of games, lots of action!
Women in Design – Kansas City, an association of women involved in architecture and design professions, will hold its fifth annual Day of Shadowing on October 21, 2011. This event is an opportunity to visit an architecture, interior design, graphic design or other host firm to see the design workplace environment firsthand. Group size will be limited to ten students per firm and each group will take part in a half day of shadowing from 9 am-1 pm with lunch included. See the attached flyer for more information.
Missouri state Education Commissioner Chris L. Nicastro held a town hall meeting in Kansas City on Tuesday, Oct. 11, to discuss the KCMSD’s loss of accreditation and next steps for the district. A goal of the town hall meeting was to solicit community feedback about the possible formation of a State Monitoring and Assistance Team. Nicastro asked attendees to weigh in on what the team’s role and responsibilities should be and to help identify the characteristics of the individuals who should be selected to serve on the team. Nominations will be collected Oct. 25 to Nov. 15. See below for information on acceditation.
Press release announcing loss of accreditation (click here)
FAQ: What Happens When a School District Becomes Unaccredited (click here)