Skull & Crossbones

An Update from Cardington-Lincoln High School

Piracy News and Reminders

1. Did you know that Ohio Revised Code 3313.603 (C)(7), makes financial literacy a graduation requirement.

Follow this link for information on the financial literacy standards and curriculum.

2. SENIORS NEWSLETTER - Follow this link for important information for seniors and their famlies.

3. Checkout the Cardington-Local Schools Website for all the latest information and resources.

4. TESTING INFO - The Cardington High School spring testing information and schedule can be found at this link.

5. Please make sure to update your contact information through the PowerSchool Parent Portal if there have been changes. Contact the high school office if you are having trouble with your account. Fees may hinder your ability to access PowerSchool.

Important Dates and Actions

4/15/22 Good Friday - No School

4/22/22 FFA Banquet

4/26 & 4/27 Alg1, Geom, Gov testing part 1 & part 2

4/29/22 Prom

5/2 & 5/3 Am Hist, Bio part 1 & part 2

Athletic Campaign

Spring sports have been plagued with cold and rainy weather with many cancellations.


  1. The following weekend our teams ran in the Armstrong Invitational hosted at Cardington. Our girls' teams had a strong finish placing third and we also had individual boys with great performances. This past weekend, our teams competed at Ridgedale and experienced rain, sleet, hail, and sunshine all in one day. Our girls nearly missed being runner-ups and our boys again had great individual performances. Tuesday, April 12th the track teams competed at the Crestline Invitational with the girls finishing 3rd and the boys finishing 4th.

  2. Our baseball team is one of the teams in the area that have played the most games but still have had many cancellations due to weather. The team opened KMAC play with a victory over Northmor. Currently, the team is 2-4 but has been competitive in all games.

  3. The Cardington-Lincoln Softball team traveled to Florida for spring break this year. While in the sunshine state, the Lady Pirates went undefeated winning all 5 games. They have continued their success winning all games back in rainy Ohio and now have a 10-0 record.

Guidance News


  • Team 9 trip went to MVNU on Tuesday, April 12th for 9th grade students. A great experience touring a local university.
  • All students have submitted course requests for the 22-23 school year. Schedules will be available for pick-up in August with each class having its own designated date & time
  • Please make sure to keep updated on student grades through the PowerSchool Parent Portal. Parent Conferences will be here soon.

News from the Quarterdeck

  • The Marion Star published a great story featuring Dakota Elswick (Crum) and Ciara Giamarco as Tri-Rivers women in STEM. Click this link for the article.
  • Mrs. Price’s Zoology class concluded their unit on invertebrates with a closer look at starfish. Students pictures are (clockwise from top left) Riley Burchett and Mac Linkous, Allison Davis, and the final meal of the starfish that Mason Kinter and Tyler Webb dissected.
  • Honors American History class presented their History Alive! project to the 4th grade students. Each student picked someone we have learned about in class this year and brought them to life through a wax museum concept. Each student completed research, created speeches, and developed their character and costume. See photo below:
    L to R: Amelia Earhart, Jackie Kennedy, Mariyln Monroe, Clara Barton, Lucy Burns, Anne Frank, Nikola Tesla, Woodrow Wilson, John D. Rockefeller, and Al Capone.