Lincoln High School

More detailed plans break school board deadlock

Aug 25, 2021
The continuation Tuesday, Aug. 17, to the previous night’s marathon Lake City School Board meeting was brief, with the board voting to recommend masking to begin the school year and to give the superintendent authority to make health and safety policy changes until they can be reviewed by the...

Classes begin Sept. 7 and 9 at Lake City Public Schools

Aug 18, 2021
Lake City Public Schools will begin classes on Tuesday, Sept. 7 for Lincoln High School grades seven through 12 and on Thursday, Sept. 9 for Bluff View Elementary grades kindergarten through six. Bluff View will be holding conferences for students with their teachers on Sept. 7 and 8. Watch your...

Hopes for a more normal school year

Jul 21, 2021
Lake City Public Schools students will return to the classroom five days a week for the 2021-2022 school year. “Hopefully we can be five days and mask-free and hopefully have less restrictions,” Bluff View Principal Jim Borgschatz told the school board at its monthly meeting on July 19. If it...

School district honors 2021 retirees

Jun 16, 2021
Five retiring Lake City Public Schools staff were honored at an end-of-the-school-year event at Lincoln High School recently. Pictured, from left, are Wanda Aspengren-Randgaard - student support teacher at Bluff View, Doug Vaith - activities director at Lincoln High School, and JoAnn Ostgulen -...

2021 service awards from Lake City Public Schools

Jun 16, 2021
Lake City Public Schools presented service awards to staff members who hit five-year milestones in their tenure with the district this year.

Tiger baseball 2021 awards

Jun 9, 2021
The Lake City High School baseball team has announced its 2021 award winners. Individual award winners were (at right, from left) Justin Wohlers - Most Valuable Player, Jon Harvey - Top Defensive Player and Mr. Hustle, and Dylan Rumley - Most Improved Player. 2021 baseball letter winners are (below...

Enger stresses gratitude at commencement

Jun 9, 2021
In his speech during the class of 2021 commencement at Lincoln High School Sunday, June 6, Lake City Public Schools Supt. Erick Enger asked the nearly full gymnasium to adopt an “attitude of gratitude.” “Remember it’s not happiness that brings us gratitude; it’s gratitude that brings us happiness...

Quist: Dedication evident in history essays bodes well for students’ futures

Jun 3, 2021
Last week the Lake City Historical Society, Greater Lake City Community Foundation (GLCCF), and high school officials presented $500 in cash prizes to the winning Lincoln High School contestants in the second annual “Why History Matters Essay Contest.” Advanced Placement (AP) History students in...

Teachers: Thanks for support during unprecedented school year

Jun 3, 2021
The Lake City Education Association would like to thank the community for their continued support this school year. We know it has been a crazy year with unprecedented times for everyone. Thank you for your willingness to change direction at almost a moment’s notice from distance to hybrid to in...

Contest winning essay - Why history matters

Jun 3, 2021
Editor’s note: The following essay was the winner of this year’s Why History Matters essay contest for Lincoln High School Advanced Placement History students. When prompted with the question “Why does history matter,” I wasn’t quite sure what to think at first. Slavery, civil rights, women’s...

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