It is finally time to sign up for Costa Rica!! This is open to all students entering grades 6-11 this fall. Mrs.Robinson has taken students abroad before and is happy to answer any questions you might have. Zero-interest payment plans and scholarships are also available! Only $49 to sign up! https://worldstrides.com/custom/2025-lincoln-hs-cr-eco-211013/
Here is the link for the Class of 2023 graduating class Senior slideshow! https://youtu.be/Zo4J-eVM-rI
You wanted it! You asked for it! Now, by popular demand, we present to you the link to LHS Class of 2023 Graduation!!!! https://youtube.com/live/2JVMnjhoaBo?feature=share
May 2nd - May 3rd Freshmen & Sophomore students will be taking the ACT Aspire exam. Juniors are not required to be on campus and instead will be going on college campus visits or job shadows. For more info contact the LHS front office: 824:7310 option 4.
Happy Principal Appreciation Day to all the amazing school leaders out there! Thank you for your unwavering dedication, tireless efforts, and endless support for our students and staff. Your hard work and leadership inspire us all to strive for excellence. #GoWolves #WeAreTheWolfPack #CustomMade #WriteYourStory
Congratulation Senior winners at Lincoln Scholarship Trivia Night! The Strong Powerful Women team with Val Diaz and NASCAR team with Lexie Warner tied with a score of 37. The tie breaker went to Val Diaz by 1 point ultimately awarding him the $300 table winner prize. Other prize winners included Parrish Raborn $100, Madelyn Campbell $100, Lexie Warner $100, Jadyn Johnson $100, and Val Diaz $30 more.
One Number To Rule Them All! We have consolidated all district phone numbers into one, 824-7310! An automated attendant will then give you options to select to get you to the campus you need, or if you know your party's extension you can just dial it then!
Just a reminder all elementary students will be going to the middle school this afternoon to watch the high school musical. We will leave at 12:30 and return at 2:30. If you need to check your child out for an appointment please pick them up before 12:15. Thank you
Mrs. Arrick's class is working on identifying the evidence that a chemical reaction is happening by observing reactions and looking for bubbling, color changes, temperature changes, and precipitate formation. Many of the reactions they observed did more than one of these things and some of the reactions had changes that were physical instead of chemical. #wolvesleadingthepack #scienceatwork #chasingbetter
CHEER TRYOUTS ARE ON MAY 18TH! You must attend both days of the tryout clinic on May 15th and 16th at 3:30 PM in the High School Gym to be able to try out! If you are interested in trying out for the LHS Varsity Cheer Team please pick up a form in the front office with Mrs. Kidd. #lhscheer #lincolnwolves #wolvesleadingthepack
Parents and students of current 8th graders: Please see the flyer below for the upcoming course selection night. This event is for students and parents to plan out their high school classes for the next school year. This will be a drop-in event in the High School cafeteria. There will be a separate orientation night for students/parents as well at a later date. Please call 479-824-7310, extension 420 with any questions.
Ashley Kersey, High School Counselor, and Sarah Simmons, Career Coach are busy setting up and preparing for Senior English mock interviews. Fourteen different companies will be represented by owners, CEOs, or managers that will be conducting the mock interviews on April 19 and 20 to help prepare our Seniors for life outside of school. #HIRED #seniormockinterview #wolvesleadingthepack
The Lincoln High School ESPA program will be hosting a blood drive in the Lincoln High School Gym on Tuesday, April 18th from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Scan the QR code or go to https://rcblood.org/3o2s5eR to schedule your appointment. #wolvesleadingthepack #LHSespa #espa #blooddrive
Reminder: there is no school tomorrow, Friday, April 7, for Lincoln Schools.
Sawyer Copeland, an Lincoln High School Sophomore, was accepted into the FBI Future Agents in Training Program. Only 25 students in the state are accepted into this program every year. Here's a little information on the program... Our Future Agents in Training and Teen Academy programs allow students an opportunity to get a comprehensive look into today’s FBI. Generally, each course iteration is a minimum of eight hours but can be a week-long program with blocks of instruction and demonstrations at a local field office. Students are provided with several presentations on topics including terrorism, cybercrime, public corruption, polygraph exams, evidence response, SWAT, and the day-to-day operations of a typical FBI office. Students also learn from special agents, intelligence analysts, language specialists, and professional staff about investigative tactics that include gathering evidence, interviewing witnesses, and assisting with cases. WAY TO GO SAWYER! #wolvesleadingthepack #chasingbetter #lincolnwolves
All Lincoln CSD events tonight have been postponed! Another alert will follow with makeup dates.
We have a unique program in its first year at Lincoln CSD and we are thrilled to show you a little about what's going on in our ESPA Department! May 1st, 2023 is the deadline for School Choice. Join the Wolfpack to get #custommade and #writeyourstory at Lincoln Consolidated School District! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoPpAp07j3A
Clarification on last push: Elementary and Middle School PTC from 1-7. High school PTC from 3-7
Parent Teacher Conferences from 3-7pm on Thursday, March 16 and AMI day 8 on Friday with no on-site instruction!
Monday, March 13th, 2023 the Lincoln School Board approved a 4-Day school calendar for the 2023-2024 school year. We have attached the 23-24 school calendar below. We believe this new calendar will be a successful and positive path forward for our district. One main concern raised was about childcare. We are actively working on childcare opportunities. #WeAreTheWolfpack