South Lincoln School Weekly Announcements March 23, 2015
Events this Week
March 23 Kindergarten Registration Begins
March 23 Report cards go home
March 24 Cheerleading Informational Meeting 5:30 PM
March 24 PTO Meeting @ 6:30 PM
March 26 Parent & Teacher Conference 4 to 7 PM
March 27 Final day to purchase 8th Grade Dance Tickets
March 27 Spring Pictures
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION MARCH 23 - APRIL 2
PRE-K REGISTRATION IS OPEN - (PLEASE REGISTER ASAP)
Lunch Menu for the Week
8th Grade Pictures for Slide Show
Cheerleading and Mascot Tryouts
Sideline Chair Promotion
Forever be “on the BENCH” at South Lincoln - Show your South Lincoln Pride!
The South Lincoln basketball and volleyball programs are in need of sideline chairs. It is our goal to purchase 36 CUSTOM SIDELINE CHAIRS for basketball and volleyball to use during their games and matches. It is our desire to run first-class athletic programs; in order to do that, we must have that first-class look.
The customized chairs are $100 each. They will be customized specifically with our school logo and school colors. For each chair purchased, we will have a customized 3x5 plaque created honoring you and your donation. The plaques will be permanently secured on the back of the chairs in order for you to always be “on the bench” at South Lincoln.
See Coach Austin, Coach Beddingfield or Coach Wright for a form or for more information.
Coach Austin email@example.com
Coach Beddingfield firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach Wright email@example.com
Washington DC Trip - Spring 2016
Car Rider Drop-Off Reminders
As you line up on Cash Road to pick up children or drop them off, please stay on the "right" side of the Cash Road. This will allow property owners who live on Cash Road the ability to exit out of their driveway onto Cash Road and then turn on to Smith Mill Road.
Also, please remember to display your "car tag number" when you are picking up students in the afternoon.
Bad Weather, Snow Days, etc
Sub Drivers Needed
South Lincoln School serves grades K-8, with an enrollment near 700 students. We strive to provide a safe, positive environment, in which students' individual needs are met through a variety of instructional strategies.
Mission: Our mission is to provide all students with the skills needed for a lifetime of learning, economic success, and good citizenship.