Lincoln Middle School
February 19, 2021
The snowfall and cold temperatures have been relentless. Thanks for hanging in there everyone! I appreciate school employees' efforts to keep at it this past week. Bus drivers, custodians, lunchroom staff, crossing guards, teachers and assistants, office and tech staff . . . you just keep on going! Families have been great, too. Thanks for your flexibility and your commitment to see through these stressful times, made even more challenging - mentally and physically - with the added too many inches of snow!
Please join me in welcoming Sarah Marzullo to the Lincoln staff. Sarah joins us as an Instructional Assistant and will start Monday morning.
Be well, be safe, and I will see you on picture day!
PICTURE DAYS NEXT WEEK!
- Remote students: Wednesday, February 24, 2021
- Hybrid A students: Thursday, February 25, 2021
- Hybrid B students: Friday, February 26, 2021
Please be sure read Mr. Suminski's recent email regarding Picture Days!
We're Open for Lunch!
The Lincoln Cafeteria is open for lunch on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
Students will be able to use their MealTime accounts or cash to purchase food. Click here to log in to MealTime or create a new account. Please remember students should have their student ID number from an earlier communication. A MealTime account is not required if paying with cash. There will be both a daily entree menu and an a la carte menu available. Just click here for February's Lunch Menu and the A la Carte menu! If your student receives free lunch, they will choose from any of the choices with the Lions Logo.
If you have any food services questions, please contact Donna at email@example.com.
Donna may also be reached at: 847.394.7350, X5080.
Mrs. Bailey Announces 8th Grade Girls Volleyball Club
Information about Volleyball:
- Practices: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday in the West Gym
- Time: 2:45 - 3:45, no activity bus. Must provide your own transportation.
- Cost: $25
- Masks must be worn at all times.
- Return the survey by Monday, February 22 at 12:00PM.
As soon as we get all the information back, we will be coming up with a schedule and sending out more information. We are looking to start around March 1 depending on the interest. A more specific schedule to be determined. Please feel free to ask any questions that may come up. Looking forward to our Volleyball time!
FROM THE OFFICE:
Parents/Guardians of the Graduating Class of 2021,
"Diplomas and Gowns - Please complete and submit the form at this link to provide your child’s formal name to be printed on the diploma and in the graduation program. This is also the name that will be read aloud at the graduation ceremony. Also please provide your child’s height so that we may order the gown. We do not order caps with the gowns."
Open to all D57 Families / PEPS Partnering with Educators and Parents to Support Student Needs
FROM MRS. SMITH, RN:
ATTENTION PARENTS OF 8th GRADE STUDENTS WHO WEAR GLASSES OR CONTACTS:
If your 8th grade student wears glasses or contacts, please complete this short google form regarding the date of your child's last vision exam. If your student does not wear glasses or contacts, you do not need to complete the form. If you prefer, you can email the nurse with the month and year of your child's last vision exam at firstname.lastname@example.org
HEALTH OFFICE NOTICE FOR PARENTS OF HYBRID STUDENTS
If you notify the school that your student is experiencing any of the symptoms that are shared with covid-19 (Fever over 100F, headache, shortness of breath, cough, sore throat, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, congestion/ runny nose, loss of sense of taste or smell, nausea, fatigue, and muscle or body aches), your student cannot attend school until at least 10 days have passed since symptom onset and 24 hours fever free without fever reducing medication and improvement of symptoms. Your student can return earlier if they are evaluated by a medical doctor and undergo Covid testing as directed by MD. In order to return to school prior to the end of 10 days, you will need a note from your MD stating Covid status, diagnosis and return to school date. Your student must also be fever free without fever reducing medications, vomit and diarrhea free for 24 hours.
The District 57 Administration Office is pleased to present this information about upcoming events and news from local organizations that serve our community’s children.
SUPPORT D57 FAMILIES IN NEED
COVID-19 has presented many unique hardships and challenges for some of our family members, friends and neighbors. Some parents have asked if it’s possible to make a financial donation to help support District 57 families who are currently in need. The District has set up a system to facilitate this for anyone who is interested. We will distribute the collected funds to families, based on formal requests that are made. If you would like to donate, simply go to this link and click “Make a one-time payment.” Fill in your student’s name, school and grade, and click “COVID-19 Donation to District 57 Families.” Fill in your information and donation amount, then proceed to the payment section. Thank you so much, in advance, for your kindness and generosity.
Those who are in need of support can fill out this online form. Names will only be seen by select District personnel who are distributing the funds. Thank you.
Mr. Adam ParisI, District 57 Assistant Superintendent for Finance and Operations