Ships Monday Memo
January 30, 2023
LHS Mission & Vision
Monday 01/30 - Hours 1-4
Tuesday 01/31 - Hours 5-8
Wednesday 02/1 - Hours 1-4
Thursday 02/2 - Hours 5-8
Friday 02/3 - Hours 1-8
- Quick Announcements -
Free Period Requests
If you are eligible for a Free Period, request forms are available in the LHS Counseling Office and are due by Friday Feb. 3rd
Summer Student Exchange Program with Kamogawa, Japan
MIRA is looking for student ambassadors for the 2023 student exchange program with our sister-city, Kamogawa, Japan. The opportunity for six students to experience Japanese culture, family life, and history is life changing.
If you are interested, please visit this web page for more details.
- MPSD Code of Conduct -
As we roll into 2nd semester, we just wanted to remind our learning community of our building & district expectations laid out in our Code of Conduct (linked below). Our teachers continue to reinforce their classroom expectations, but please know that our school/district expectations remain at the forefront of how our learning community functions so we can ensure high levels of learning.
-Course Registration (23-24)-
Course Registration closes this week!
Course registration for the 2023-2024 school year will CLOSE after Tuesday, January 31!
Please talk to your student(s) about classes. You can look at course options and course descriptions on the Lincoln ACP Website. You can also have your student show you their Academic Planner course choices in Infinite Campus!
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.
-Spring Assessment Dates-
March 7th - ACT with Writing- Juniors only (Grade 11) No school for students in grades 9, 10, and 12
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.
🎉-Ships Shout Outs!-👏
The LHS dance team competed at their regional competition this weekend and will be advancing to STATE! The team will be traveling to La Crosse this weekend to compete in Division 1 Pom. The dance team also has 2 soloists competing this weekend- senior, Riley Johnson & junior, Kalina Chiu. Sydney Redwine and Kalina Chiu also placed 5th in the entire state for their D1 duet!
Ms. Dixon's Leadership class coordinated a tubing field trip for students during the last non school day. Ships had tons of fun in the snow making memories with friends
Academic & Career Planning (ACP)
ACP is designed to help all Lincoln students create their own unique vision for postsecondary success and to become career, college, and community ready. ACP gives students the tools to KNOW themselves, EXPLORE options, PLAN for their future, and GO to what’s next!
January 30, 2023
Grade 9 - Course Requesting
Grade 10 - Course Requesting
Grade 11 - Course Requesting
Grade 12 - Local Scholarships, Loans, and Grants
It is that time of the year again when students are completing their class choices for the next school year. Because this is such an important time in a student’s academic and career planning, our counseling department is offering an informational video on topics related to academic and career planning. This short academic and career planning presentation will be available here.
If, after viewing this presentation, you would like to meet individually with your school counselor on any of these topics please schedule an appointment. This link will lead you to our appointment booking pages.
College and Career Exploration Oppporunities
Wed. 2/1 - Lakeshore Technical College rep in LHS Library during WIN
- Please sign up for this opportunity in FlexiSched
Thurs. 2/3 - Wisconsin Army National Guard Recruiter in Cafeteria during A & B lunch
Upcoming College Campus Tours:
UW-Green Bay & St. Norbert College: Thursday, February 9, 2023 from approx. 8:45am - 3:30pm.
- Click here to register
*After you have registered, please visit Mrs. Ruechel in the School-to-Work office (room 130) to pick up a permission slip.
The Rising Phoenix Early College High School Program
The Rising Phoenix Early College High School Program is an innovative collaboration between the Manitowoc Public School District and UW-Green Bay to provide students with an opportunity to get a head start on college. A group of current Lincoln High School sophomore students will be admitted to the program and will enroll during their junior and senior years. Students will become dually enrolled in college credit courses at Lincoln High School and UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus. Students have the opportunity to earn their high school diploma and two-year Associate of Arts and Sciences degree. The cost of the program is covered by the Manitowoc Public School District and with no cost to students or families. This is the fourth cohort that will be admitted to the program. The first cohort started in Fall 2020!
We will be hosting two information sessions for you to learn more about this opportunity. The first opportunity will take place during WIN on Thursday, February 2 and will be geared towards students. The second information night will be virtual on Feb. 15th at 6pm (link will be on the UWGB Rising Phoenix Webpage) If you cannot attend either of those times, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org, and a recording can be provided. At the information session we will have representatives from Manitowoc Lincoln, UW-GB, and a student representative from the class of 2023 and 2024!
Applications are available online on the Rising Phoenix Website and are due March 15, 2023.
Community Service Project
All students are required to complete 20 hours of community service prior to graduation. Please vist the LHS Website under "Parents & Students", "Counseling Center", "Academic & Career Planning Guide", and click "Work & Community Based Learning" to learn more!
The health room will offer vision screening the week of February 13th-16th, no appointment needed, just have your student report to the health room during the school day.
Contact Julie Reimer-School Nurse at 920-323-1786 or email email@example.com
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