March 6, 2023

Your student(s) should have brought home the included pledge form and letter along with an envelope for our inaugural Wildcat Walk-a-thon to raise money for our school. This will be the one big fundraiser put on each year to support our students, teachers and staff.  We hope you will support it! This money will be used to help support house events, teacher appreciation and year end celebrations including sending our 8th graders off in style so please support generously. Forms are due by Monday, March 20th for prizes. Please send all money back to school in an envelope marked with your student’s name and their House. Money is turned into the office.  On Wednesday, March 22nd each class will have a chance to spend time outside (weather permitting) walking and running on the track.

March 2, 2023

Congratulations to the following Young Authors winners:

Kaitlyn Blotevogel

Ashleigh Maher

Graham Pezza

Nolan Purchatzke

Musa Quaizar

Emily Raymer

Isabelle Wonders

Owen Zuercher

These students will be representing our school at the Madison County Young Authors Conference on April 29. Great work, students!

IESA State Softball Tickets


LMS Students Can Still Register for Chorus!

Calling all singers! Chorus is open to all students, and it’s not too late to register!

2022 Summer School Registration

Registration for Summer School 2022 (available for students currently in grades 8-12) will open on Wednesday, February 9, 2022, at 8:00 a.m. We are excited to offer online registration to streamline and ensure consistency of our enrollment process. Please complete the steps below to register for summer school courses. Course options can be reviewed by clicking HERE.

Sign into your My School Bucks account. If you do not have an existing account, create one at Add your student(s) to your account and verify using their birthdate.

  1. Select “School Store”. There are four (4) choices for registration; the classes offered in those choices are listed in a drop-down menu.
  2. Add the course choices to your cart. Please double check that you have only signed up for one course per session.
  3. When finished, authorize payment (if applicable). There is a non-refundable fee of 4.95% on credit card transactions.
  4. Your registration will need to be approved by the Curriculum Office before it is complete. Payment will not be processed until approval of your application.
  5. Once payment has been posted, your registration is complete, and your child is enrolled. You will receive confirmation via email.

6-week courses – June 6th through July 15th

3-week courses – June 6th through June 24th

Absence Policy: If a student accumulates four absences (excused or unexcused), the student will receive a grade of “F”, will earn no credit, and will be dropped from the class with no refund.

Refund Policy: There is a $50 non-refundable fee for each course which is included in the course fee. Payment will be returned in full if the class is not held due to low enrollment. Payment will not be refunded after the course begins.

If you have questions, please contact Paul Stuart at



2022 Summer School

Students interested in taking classes during Summer School 2022:

Summer School 2022 starts on June 6 and ends on July 15.  Three-week courses start on June 6 and end on June 24.

Registration for Summer School 2022 will open in February.  The detailed registration packet and courses offered will be distributed in early January.

Lincoln F.I.T & GO Hold Drive for Glen-Ed Pantry

Lincoln F.I.T (Friends in Touch) and G.O. (8th grade leadership group) more than collected just a few items to benefit the Glen-Ed Pantry. Their largest collection to date totaled over 85 boxes of items with the food donations weighing in at 1,624 pounds, while more than 1,500 toys were collected. In addition, students raised more than $1,200 to shop for a family they “adopted” for Christmas and collected $400 in gift cards.

According to F.I.T/GO leader and Lincoln Prevention Counselor Mark Tschudy, nearly 75 student leaders helped organize the school-wide event with each of these students being responsible for activity period classrooms. They went into classrooms each morning with student-led incentives and activities to encourage their classmates to donate, which included candy, donuts, popcorn parties, dressing up in costumes and even pies in the face for reaching goals.

The students wrapped 85 different boxes to collect the donations, which were provided to each activity period. The students also used their creativity and marketing skills to create posters and a couple of promotional videos to drum up excitement and awareness.

All donations were delivered to Glen-Ed Pantry earlier this week to benefit District #7 families in need. (Fun fact: it took two school buses to deliver the items – one for all the donations and one for the students).

2020 High School Summer School Registration

Registration Forms:

Course Descriptions:

Voluntary Student Insurance

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