Ships Monday Memo
March 27, 2023
LHS Mission & Vision
Monday 03/27 - Hours 1-4 (HR)
Tuesday 03/28 - Hours 5-8
Wednesday 03/29 - Hours 1-4 (WIN)
Thursday 03/30 - Hours 5-8 (WIN)
Friday 03/31 - Hours 1-8 (WIN)
-Spring Assessment Dates-
April 6th - PreACT Secure- Grades 9 &10. No School for Grades 11 & 12
April 4th and 5th - Wisconsin Forward Exam- administered to Grade 10- Testing will take place during the regularly scheduled Social Studies class periods. All grades attend and bell schedules remain the same as a typical Tuesday/Wednesday.
- Quick Announcements -
Leadership is thinking about hosting a home-run derby on April 28th at the 6:45 home girls softball game. Please fill out this form if you would be interested in participating.https://forms.gle/oW7LHEv6GcwsHsyE9
What is Laude?
Lincoln High School Laude FAQ's (2023)
Lincoln High School Laude FAQ's What is the Laude System? The purpose of the Laude System is to recognize students for the rigor of their academic program as well as their success in that program. The Laude System referred to throughout this document is specific to Lincoln High School.
Weekly ACP lessons in Xello
Grade 9 - Catch-up Day
Grade 10 - Catch-up Day
Grade 11 - Intro Personal Statements
Grade 12 - Job Interviews
College and Career Exploration Opportunities
Tues. 3/28: Northern Michigan University rep in the Library during WIN
- Please sign up for this opportunity in Flexi under "ACP"
Wed. 4/5: Hands on Healthcare in JFK (11:15am - 12:00pm)
- A hands-on, interactive lab featuring Radiology, Physical Therapy, Ultrasound, Virtual Anatomy Exploration, CPR, Nursing Care.
Click here to register!
🎉-Ships Shout Outs!-👏
Mr. Thennes presented awards to two amazing students who earned Do Good Wisconsin Student of the Month recognition for the month of January!
First up is Javier R. Ms. Mulhaney, reported that Javier spends his free class periods in the school store interacting with students with special needs. He is a friend to everyone and is protective and concerned for others. Javier… the world needs more kindness and acceptance! Keep it up!
Next, Oscar E. Oscar was also nominated by Ms. Mulhaney, who said, “Oscar has chosen to be a mentor/buddy to students with disabilities and he has taken on his experiences to the fullest. He has participated with buddies in several fun activities such as decorating holiday cookies and swimming, and he couldn't have been more of a gentleman. Oscar has taken valuable time to get to know kids in our school that many do not.” Thank you for leading by such a wonderful example, Oscar! You rock!
Lincoln High School band and choir attended Solo and Ensemble this past Saturday in Sheboygan! LHS students brought home a collective 2-Bronze ratings, 15-Silver Ratings, 24-Gold Ratings, and 20-Gold Starred Ratings (*1).
70 different students from Lincoln High School will be representing the SHIPS! The following events qualified for state on May 6th.
Ian Zabel-Vocal Solo, Jada Konen-Vocal Solo, Amelia Fowler-Vocal Solo,Vocal Quartet, Abbie Preston-Bari sax solo, Cody LaFond-Tenor Sax Solo, Roxy Ortiz-Trumpet Solo, Owen Brusky-Tuba Solo, Connor Congleton-Snare Drum Solo, Sarah Cobarrubias-Flute Solo, Take Five Jazz Combo
Trumpet Duet, Trombone Duet, Clarinet Trio, Clarinet Choir, Woodwind Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, Trumpet Choir, Brass Ensemble, Saxophone Choir
Ships in the 6th-hour Strength Training class have been busy putting the work in to improve their overall speed. For each MPH increase they earn a new band. We gave out many bands this day and 3 of them were for speeds of 20 mph!
More Ships earning their bands! Mr. Bongle and Mr. Longmeyer gave out 2-18mph bands, a 19 mph band, and 2-20mph bands. We are getting faster!
Students are getting the LHS greenhouse ready to sell, donate and share with the community
Mr. Bongle's Individual Fitness class destroys their workout every day. These Ships show great intensity and effort!!
Lincoln High School Accounting and Future Business Leaders of America students attended the 9th Annual High School Forensic Accounting Competition at Lakeland University.
Students acted as forensic accountants and were given a fictional fraud case to solve. Students spent weeks analyzing large amounts of raw data and compiling their results, which they presented to forensic accounting professionals.
Congratulations to Andelee Jones, Finely Larsen, Ben Wollersheim, and Tori Brey, who placed 2nd in their division!
Lincoln Youth Apprenticeship students Ben Conrad, Quinn Maurer, and Ethan Yang were three of the six Manitowoc County students chosen to represent the Youth Apprenticeship program at Madison! They spoke with state legislators about their experience in the program and helped advocate for continued support of the YA program at the state level. Congratulations Ben, Quinn, and Ethan!
Congratulations to LHS orchestra teacher, Ms. Hrudik! Her article "Energizing Young Players: Creative Ideas to Inspire Beginners" was just published in American String Teacher, a scholarly journal for string teachers across the United States. We are proud to call you a Shipbuilder!
At the Wrestling End of the Season Banquet, Oscar E. received the Grinder Award and Emjay N. received the Wrestler of the Year Award.
Youth Apprenticeship Opportunities
Sophomores and Juniors! Interested in exploring a career by doing hands-on, real-life, PAID learning during the school day? There are still many great Youth Apprenticeship opportunities available for next year in these career areas:
Construction - Carpentry
Healthcare - CNA, Dietary Aid, Resident Aid
Finance - Banking
Manufacturing - Industrial Maintenance, Machining, Production, Assembly
Apply today by visiting www.ShipsYA.org/apply
Questions? Visit the Lincoln School-to-Work Office or email Mrs. P at firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Service Project
All students are required to complete 20 hours of community service prior to graduation. Please visit the LHS Website under "Parents & Students", "Counseling Center", "Academic & Career Planning Guide", and click "Work & Community Based Learning" to learn more!
Service Project Verification Form
LHS Block Schedule 22-23
MPSD 22-23 Calendar "At-A-Glance"
- LHS Office Hours -
LHS Administrative Contact Information
If you need to contact one of us, please utilize the contact information below.
Lee Thennes - Principal
Brian Thielhelm - Associate Principal
Lainey Longmeyer - Associate Principal
Stan Diedrich - Athletics & Activities Director
Ben Ruechel - Dean of Students
Lincoln High School
Location: 1433 S Eighth Street Manitowoc, Wisconsin
Main Office: (920) 663-9600