Lincoln's Latest

Week of June 20th, 2022

Newsletter at a Glance

  • Last Week of School!
  • Tacoma Flex
  • Counselors' Corner
  • Summer Programs and Workshops
  • Athletics
  • Clubs
  • Yearbook
  • Helpful Information

Last Week of School!

Monday, July 20th: No School (Juneteenth-Observed)

Tuesday, July 21st: Finals Makeup (Regular Schedule)

Wednesday, July 22nd: Last Day of School! (Early Release)


HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!

Tacoma Flex

This is an opportunity to do 1st period, 1st and 2nd period, 5th and 6th period, or 6th period online through Edgenuity/TOL.

Please see your counselor for more information.

Counselors' Corner

Counselor Caseloads

Mr. Bergman (Last Names A-E): zbergma@tacoma.k12.wa.us; Book an appointment

Mr. Clausen (Last Names F-L): jclause@tacoma.k12.wa.us; Book an appointment

Ms. Munday (Last Names M-R): emunday@tacoma.k12.wa.us

Ms. Tran (Last Names S-Z): vtran1@tacoma.k12.wa.us; Book an appointment

Graduation Specialist: Ms. Caskey vcaskey@tacoma.k12.wa.us


Community Resource Center (CRC) - abescrc@tacoma.k12.wa.us, 253-571-6780

Happy Spring Abes!

We are back and in full swing for the last part of this school year; here are a few updates:

  • Ms Hart is out on leave but Mr. Levine is here every day now, come by and visit if you have any needs. We have our usual stock of school supplies, hygiene items, groceries, and clothes.
  • Seniors: As we get closer to graduation and you cannot afford a cap and gown come talk to us as.
  • As we get ready for summer and there are any other needs come by and visit and let us know.

We’re here for you! Remember to subscribe to our stream channel, and check out our virtual CRC and remember… Go Abes!

Summer Programs

Summer School Information

The deadline to sign up for summer school has passed.

If you signed up, here's what you need to know:

Summer School Dates

June 27th-July 28th, no school on July 4th

Hours

Monday-Thursday, 9:00am-12:30pm

Purpose

Credit recovery for classes you previously failed through the Edgenuity platform.

How to earn credit

Students must complete 100% of the class on Edgenuity with a passing grade to earn the credit.

Virtual/In-Person

When you signed up, you selected virtual or in-person. This will be the type of Edgenuity support you receive. Check your student email for your Edgenuity login information!

Nutrition for In-Person Learners

Breakfast will be served at 8:30am and lunch at 11:30am.

Washington Business Week 2022 Clean Energy Program

Virtual Dates: July 11th-15th

In-person Dates: July 25th-29th at UW-Tacoma

· WBW is conducting virtual and in-person programs for students 14-18 years of age.

· Career Pathways for students include: Business, Clean Energy, Telehealth/Healthcare, and Advanced Business for our Alumni.

· Students earn 2 elective college credits from Renton Technical College and receive direct instruction on Leadership, Teamwork, and Business 101. Students have a chance to win a $1500 college scholarship at all programs.

· The program includes Financial Literacy and College Application Prep speakers along with speakers on emotional intelligence, grit, and overcoming obstacles.

· In-person programs will be day programs conducted at Renton Technical College & University of Washington-Tacoma.

· Virtual program will happen for Spring Break for the majority of schools in Washington and also in June and July.

· Robust scholarships and financial assistance are available through an easy, less than 5 minutes, application. No student will be denied access to WBW if they want to attend. Also, we have full tuition assistance for BIPOC students along with school districts and private donors sponsoring students but the bottom line is we will break any financial barriers for students to attend who otherwise could not. WBW and the sponsors of the organization are dedicated to access and inclusion for all students. https://www.wbw.org/our-programs/tuition-assistance/

Register at www.wbw.org

High School Leadership Program - UWT

Friday, August 5th

Lead Your Way is a program for rising sophomores and juniors in Tacoma who are interested in learning about the challenges and opportunities of leadership, reflecting on their own leadership skills and development, and understanding the role they can play in improving their communities. Admission to the program will prioritize students with significant lived experience as leaders, and fewer opportunities for formal leadership education programs. Speakers will represent women who lead across a variety of sectors, and will highlight women’s leadership development, successes, and challenges.


For more information, visit https://www.tacoma.uw.edu/business/clsr/high-school-leadership-program or contact clsr@uw.edu

Athletics

Registration for 22-23 Sport Season

Beat the Fall rush. Register for your favorite sport today by submitting your physical in FinalForms before the end of the school year.

Athletic Event Schedule

Pierce County League

All Lincoln Sports can be found on the Pierce County League website: http://www.pclathletics.org/

FREE Sports Physicals

Thursday, August 4, 3:30-6:00 p.m. (Free sports physical)

· Partner: Multicare Center for Health Equity & Wellness

· Location: Mt Tahoma High School, 4634 S 74th Street

· Who: 5+ years of age and older, including family and community members

· Details: Walk-in clinic; Free sports physical; back-to-school immunizations, COVID-19 primary series (ages 5+) and a booster dose (ages 12+); bring your original COVID-19 vaccination card. All three COVID-19 vaccines are available.

· What to bring: Identification, students' most up-to-date immunization records, and original COVID-19 vaccine card (if available).

Clubs

What clubs do we offer at Lincoln?

Get involved and find your community at Lincoln!

Check out our club list here.

Yearbook

The 2022 yearbook is available at $55.
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