Lincoln Middle School
March 19, 2021
It's Time to Order the 2021 Yearbook!
Ordering your yearbook is easy! Just go to this link and order directly through Jostens, our yearbook provider.
Yearbooks are $18 through April 11, 2021.
Yearbooks ordered after April 11, 2021, will cost $20.
Dear Lincoln Parents and Guardians,
Next week is Spring Break! I hope all Lincoln families find some time for rest and relaxation in the week ahead.
I know families may have many questions regarding scheduling, lunch procedures, transportation, and more, as we approach the April 12 transition date. Lincoln's administration is working through all the changes necessary to welcome back students to a 5-day, in-person week, retain remote classes, and allow for appropriate social distancing . Please watch for communications in the weeks ahead as we finalize our plans for April 12.
Thank you for your confidence and support,
Participants must have a current physical on file with the nurse. Physicals are good for 13 months after the date administered. Please sign up by March 31. First Practice will be Monday, April 5. More Information to follow regarding practices.
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 email@example.com
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, headache, shortness of breath, cough, sore throat, vomiting, diarrhea, new loss of sense of taste or smell, fatigue, 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.
Join the Village in remembering those who have lost their lives due to the COVID pandemic.
NEWS FROM THE MOUNT PROSPECT PUBLIC LIBRARY . . .
Understanding Vaccines Developed to Prevent Covid-19
Village of Mount Prospect Public Health Nurse Jill Heinking will explore multiple vaccines created to prevent coronavirus disease. Learn how vaccines are developed, how they work in the body, and information about Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) immunization schedules. Heinking will also address vaccine myths and misconceptions. This program will be presented using Zoom. To register call 847.253.5675.
Presented in English - Monday, March 22 at 7pm
Presented in Spanish - Monday, March 29 at 7pm
It is the District's hope that everyone will stay safe and healthy over the break so we can move forward with our transition to full-time, in-person learning starting on April 12. If you do travel, please carefully review and follow the recently updated Cook County Department of Public Health Travel Guidance at the link below.