Lincoln High School

More students, more days

Feb 10, 2021
Most students at Bluff View Elementary School and Lincoln High School will be spending less time in distance learning and more time in class as the school district modifies its learning model. Currently, students in grades four through 12 attend in-person classes either Tuesday and Thursday or...

School district honors paraprofessionals

Feb 3, 2021
With Gov. Tim Walz proclaiming the week of Jan. 25-29 to be Paraprofessional Appreciation Week in the State of Minnesota, Lake City Public Schools recognized the paraprofessionals working at Lincoln High School and Bluff View Elementary School. Paraprofessionals perform a variety of tasks related...

Medvec, Matzke earn EXCEL awards

Feb 3, 2021
Lincoln High School is recognizing its EXCEL Award winners for the 2020-21 school year. The EXCEL award is sponsored by the Minnesota State High School League and stands for Excellence in Community, Education and Leadership. “The league annually recognizes high school juniors who are active in...

Bany, Kozlowski are school’s Triple-A Award winners

Feb 3, 2021
Lincoln High School’s Triple Award winners for the 2020-2021 school year are Grace Bany and Joe Kozlowski. This award recognizes and rewards high school seniors from across the state for their achievements in the classroom, the arts and athletics. To qualify for the award, students must have a B...

December Students of the Month at Lincoln High School

Jan 27, 2021
Lincoln High School has announced the December Students of the Month for grades seven through nine. One boy and one girl from these grades are selected each month. December 2020 students are: seventh grade - Emily Silva-Almanza and Layne Clausen, eighth grade - Peyton Meincke and Carter West, and...

Lake City Ambulance paramedic talks first aid, EMS careers with Life 101 class

Jan 20, 2021
The Life 101 class at Lincoln High School, taught by Angie Haviland, is a class that focuses on learning certain life skills not taught in other classes but are necessary in adult life. “Learning life skills is normally a hands-on process, with active participation. Unfortunately, social...

Lincoln High School announces first quarter Standout Students

Jan 6, 2021
Lincoln High School recognized 12 students in grades 10 through 12 as “Standout Students” for first quarter of the 2020-21 school year. Standout Students are recognized by their classroom teachers at the end of each quarter in one of six categories (Growth, Achievement, Attitude, Effort, Respect...

New year, new season for Tiger winter athletes

Jan 6, 2021
Practices for four Lincoln High School winter sports got underway Monday, Jan. 4, at Lincoln High School and Bluff View Elementary School. Varsity basketball players took to the newly-resurfaced Lincoln High School gym. Dancers practiced across the foyer in the auditorium. And wrestlers occupied...

November 2020 students of the month announced

Dec 30, 2020
Each month throughout the school year Lincoln High School selects Students of the Month. One girl and one boy are chosen in grades seven through nine for excellence achieved at Lincoln. November Students of the Month are seventh graders Sulmi Tema Gabriel and Lyncoln Watters, eighth graders Willa...

School levy up 8.78%, enrollment dips

Dec 30, 2020
The Lake City School Board on Dec. 21 approved an 8.78 percent increase to the school district property tax levy. The total certified levy amount of about $4.62 million was a neary $373,000 increase over the 2020 levy. Compared with cities or counties, school districts have limited discretion to...

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