Thursday, May 23, 2019
MODIFIED SCHEDULES TODAY
There is a modified schedule today due to the morning Dodgeball assembly.
NO LATE ACTIVITY BUSES, NO DETENTIONS ALL STUDENTS NEED TO LEAVE AT 2:45 TODAY
If you were invited to the Awards Night and were not able to attend, please stop by the office to pick up your awards.
SPRING PICTURES ARE PAST DUE! TURN IN NOW TO AVOID BEING CHARGED
Check your lockers, your backpacks and at home so you can return your picture packets now to avoid being charged. Return the pictures and/or payment to the blue Lifetouch bin in the main office ASAP.
WASHINGTON DC PICTURES
The Washington DC group pictures have arrived. Stop by the main office to pick up your Washington DC group picture. If you were on the DC trip, you get a group photo.
WATER CRISIS TEAM
Attention staff and students –our water bottle refill station is installed! Bring a reusable water bottle with you to school and stop by the water fountain near the restrooms, by the auditorium, to fill yours up! The chilled, filtered water will surely keep you hydrated during this warmer weather. Enjoy!
If you have a milk or piece of fruit at lunch you don’t plan on eating please do not throw it away. There are bins located around the cafeteria with a Project 612 sticker on it. Place your unwanted items in that and these donations will be collected to distribute to local food pantries.
AFTER SCHOOL EVENTS
If students attend after school events, they are NOT to leave the school property and return. Students that are found in violation will receive consequences. Also, students that are staying for after school events must remain in the area of the event (no roaming throughout the building).
BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION
Keep collecting BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION over the summer for the 2019-2020 school year. It’s free money for our school! Thanks for supporting LMS.
Please do not come to the main office for change. The bookkeeper does not make change for students.
Any student walking home must cross the street at an appropriate cross walk. Please remember to cross the street at appropriate cross walks for your safety.
STUDENT PICK-UP/DROP OFF PROCEDURES
Your child’s safety is of the utmost importance to us at Lincoln Middle School. Please review the following procedures for dropping off or picking up your children at Lincoln Middle School.
When dropping off students, please utilize the drop-off lanes in either the upper parking lot between Lincoln and Woodland or the circle drive off of West Street. While it is also permissible to pick up at either spot in the afternoon, there is very little parking available in the circle drive. You may find it more convenient to pick up your child in the upper parking lot. From 7:30-8:20 a.m. and 2:30-3:15 p.m., during student delivery and pick up times, the gym parking lot is closed to vehicular traffic. Students are exiting and boarding buses, and for safety reasons, we ask that you not try to enter or park in this lot at those times.
Students being dropped off in front of school please be aware and look both ways before crossing in front of cars while getting to the steps.
If you are going to go outside for lunch, remember to bring a coat to lunch. You cannot leave the lunchroom and or go to your locker to get a coat.
Students, please remember that when you go outside during lunch you have to stay outside until the end of the lunch hour (or until you are let back inside by staff).
Students, when entering the building from lunch, please walk do not run in and keep your hands to yourself.
Students walking the track at lunch are not to jump on or over the fence. Those caught doing so will face consequences.
Attention ALL students. This is a reminder that cell phones are not to be used at any time during the school day from 8:00 a.m. until 2:45 p.m. or during detention and/or after school tutoring. Students must remember to turn phones off and lock them in lockers by 8:00. If you are found with or using your cell phone during school hours or before school inappropriately, there will be consequences for unauthorized use.
Students serving lunch detentions are to report directly to the stage when lunch begins. You will be sent to get lunch when the line is through.
NO SKATEBOARDS OR SCOOTERS
Students who bring skateboards or scooters to school are not allowed to ride them on school property. You must wait until you exit school property prior to riding them. Consequences can be assigned.
Friday is recycling day. Teachers, please choose a few responsible students from your activity class to empty your recycling bins in the morning. Students should exit out the back outside doors up the ramp by the girls locker room. Make sure all paper makes it into the bins! Thank you!
Tutoring is over for the year. There is no more tutoring this year. Enjoy your summer!
STUDENT ID BADGE
Any student who needs to get an ID badge may come to the media center.
Students must wear their IDs on a lanyard around their necks or clipped on their shirts. You may not carry your ID in your pocket. If you are carrying your ID in your pocket, you will receive the same consequences as if you were not wearing your ID. Temporary IDs are available from your first hour teacher.
Replacement IDs and lanyards may be purchased In the Media Center. Students who need an ID may go to the Media Center before school (beginning at 7:40) or during Activity periods. The cost is $3 for the ID and $2 for the lanyard.
Any sixth or seventh grader interested in running cross country next fall needs to stop by Coach Horton’s room, room 005, for an information sheet
Any 8th grader playing field hockey at EHS needs to see Mrs. Driscoll today.
In addition, any field hockey player that will be playing field hockey next year here at Lincoln and did not make the meeting needs to see Mrs. Driscoll this week in room 308.
Anyone interested in playing freshman football at EHS next year should attend the summer workouts beginning June 4th at 5:30 pm in the EHS weight room. Please enter the building from the back of the school across from the Little Tigers practice fields. If you cannot attend, but are still interested in playing or need questions answered please contact Coach Followell through email on the district website.
If you missed the meeting last week, stop by the main office for an informational flyer.
SPRING READING CHALLENGE
We have the final numbers for our “Soar to Greater Heights Reading Challenge.”
8th Grade read 26 books totaling 59 books
6th Grade read 72 books totaling 183 books
And soaring up, up, and away is 7thth Grade reading 14 books this month totaling 198 books!
Thanks to all who participated in the Reading Challenge this year!
G.O. Camp: Forms for this summer’s 8th Grade G.O. Leadership Camp should be turned in to the main office by TODAY. Please see Mr. Tschudy if you have any questions.
Kindness Quote: As part of the G.O. team’s ongoing campaign to spread kindness, this week’s quote is “Sure, there’s bad stuff in this world, but there’s also YOU! You can be anything you want today, so be bold, be kind, be awesome .”
Have a Fabulous, Fantastic and Fun last Wildcat Friday of this school year!
Enjoy your summer!