Ships Monday Memo
Virtual Learning: Resolving INCs June 1st- June 5th
CONGRATULATIONS to those Ships who have stayed the course, shown proficiency in the Essential Skills in their courses, and earned Passing grades for their 4th quarter and 2nd semester course work! We know this hasn't been easy and we couldn't be more proud of your dedication to your studies, throughout this very difficult time!
A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to those SENIORS who have officially earned the title of Lincoln High School Graduate! We are working daily, to plan a proper celebration in honor of each of you, this incredible achievement and your perseverance, this school year! Yard signs are coming your way!
For those of you who need the next two weeks to clear-up your INCOMPLETES, please reach out to your teachers in order to plan for how you can earn a PASS by June 11th! You got this!!!
Stay Home, Wash Your Hands, Practice Social Distancing.
A Note From the Admin Team
Distance Learning: Pass/Incomplete
Great News! Yearbooks are being delivered today!!! We are excited to get them to you. Because we are not in session we have to be creative and safe with the distribution.
We have decided to do a “drive through” distribution.
IF YOU HAVE ALREADY BOUGHT AND PAID FOR A YEARBOOK YOU MAY DRIVE THROUGH THE CIRCLE DRIVE AT YOUR ASSIGNED TIME BELOW:
Block 1 Monday, 6/8 8am to 10am Last names: A through Dec
Block 2 Monday, 6/8 10am to 12pm Last names: Dei through Hen
Block 3 Monday, 6/8 1pm to 3pm Last names: Her through Lim
Block 4 Tuesday, 6/9 8am to 10am Last names: Lin through Pol
Block 5 Tuesday, 6/9 10am to 12pm Last names: Pon through Sp
Block 6 Tuesday, 6/9 1pm to 3pm Last names: St through Z
STUDENTS: PLEASE HAVE YOUR STUDENT ID (or some form of ID) WITH YOU SO WE CAN VERIFY WE ARE GIVING YOUR BOOK TO THE RIGHT PERSON. If you do not have your ID, we will need you to pull aside and go through a verification process.
The process will be simple. You will drive up and show your ID to a staff member. The staff member will verify and drop your yearbook in your car.
Once we are through distributing yearbooks to all of those who have pre-ordered and purchased them, we will set up an opportunity for our near 100 books to be purchased. Drive through purchases will not be occurring on 6/8 or 6/9.
Seniors, graduation WILL go on. It is just a matter of when. As of right now, schools are shut down through June 30th. As of right now, we will make a decision by July 3rd if graduation can be held on Saturday July 18th (10:00am), with a rain date of Sunday July 19th (10:00am).
Students' personal belongings are being packed up! The dedicated folks at Brandt Buses are working to develop a delivery plan, which will be communicated with our team in the very near future. You will receive a message through our Infinite Campus messaging system with specific details around drop-off days/times. If you have recently moved, or need your student's belongings dropped off at a location other than what our system might indicate, please contact Mrs. Barb Schaff in our main office at (920) 663-9605 or at firstname.lastname@example.org . If your personal items were left in a locker, PE locker, or any other location in the building (and someone was notified), Brandt Buses will begin delivering items, this week and next week. Please be sure to contact anyone on our administration team or your teachers, if you have personal belongings in another location in the building (i.e. an item in the Band or Choir room, or another classroom).
Community Service Hours for Seniors
Seniors, please do not worry about your community service paper work. A waiver has been passed and you will be exempted from the requirement.
Spring Sports are officially cancelled.
School Property Closures
Reminder, please remember that all school property is closed through June 30th. There is absolutely no use of buildings or grounds without the consent of the building administrator. This includes tracks/fields, playgrounds, parking lots, etc.
If you need to contact one of us, please utilize the contact information below.
Lee Thennes - Principal
Kyle Korinek - Associate Principal
Katie Eichmann - Associate Principal
Lainey Longmeyer - Dean of Students
Dave Steavpack - Athletics & Activities Director
Celebrating our Seniors
Signs for our LHS Graduates will be delivered on Tuesday, June 2nd! The Shipbuilders of Lincoln High School wish to celebrate and congratulate our class of 2020! Your ability to persevere through these trying times is a testament to your character and commitment to yourselves and your future. We're so proud of you!
*Signs will only be delivered to those students who as of May 29th, have met all graduation requirements. Signs will continue to be distributed as students fulfill their requirements for graduation.
Manitowoc Community Senior Spotlights
I’ve been working with Lakeshore Screen Printing to create some quarantine style t-shirts up for sale online (see link below). Each shirt is $16, but $7 of every shirt will be donated and you will be able to decide where your donation will go from three choices: Lincoln 2020 senior graduation expenses, Lincoln band programs, or the local Salvation Army. Thanks and stay safe!
Academic Career Planning
Academic and Career Planning (ACP) Resources
Is your student looking for some career and college exploration opportunities? Xello is an online platform that helps students explore career, college, university, and trade options.
All Lincoln students have a Xello account (they have been using Xello during homeroom this year) and they can access this resource from home! Below is a suggested Xello lesson for each grade level - students can also use Xello for general career and college exploration. Lessons are optional and take students 30-40 minutes to complete.
Freshman: Exploring Career Factors
Students explore important factors: work/life balance, money, making a difference, education, interests, growth; assess which of these 6 core factors are important to them when making a career decision, and why; and prioritize the 6 core factors that influence their career decisions.
Sophomores: Work/Life Balance
Students assess how their current work (school) demands affect family life, free time, etc., identify the work demands of a career of interest, and explore strategies for maintaining a healthy life-work balance now and in the future.
Juniors: Program Prospects
Students distinguish between different types of postsecondary programs, such as apprenticeships and degree programs, explore career options related to different types of programs, and evaluate their program options in terms of their strengths, academic interests, and career interests.
Seniors: Job Interviews
Students explore ways to prepare for a job interview, describe their own abilities and qualifications in the context of an interview, investigate job interview questions in the context of a career that interests them.
Counseling Center Update
The LHS Counseling Department has organized “Cafe with Counselors” for Tuesdays and Thursdays from Noon - 1pm. Tuesdays will have a Social-Emotional Wellness and Health Focus and Thursdays will have an Academic and/or Career Planning Focus. This will give interested students an opportunity to learn new skills and information surrounding these topics as well as the opportunity to virtually connect with their counselors and peers. Students who responded to the interest survey were provided the invite for the coming week. Any other interested students can reach out to their school counselor to get the invite link.
Senior Scholarship Opportunities
The Sylvia Dunham West Loan is available for any graduating Lincoln student planning to attend post-secondary education. The maximum educational loan is $2,000 per school year with the possibility of additional loans upon application to a maximum of five years or $8,000. For students attending a technical college, the maximum loan is $4,000. Completed applications are due June 1st and can be mailed to the MPSD Business Office at 2912 Lindbergh Drive, PO Box 1657, Manitowoc, WI 54221-1657. Applications can be found here: https://sites.google.com/a/manitowocpublicschools.org/guidance-department/sylvia-dunham-west-student-loan-program-1
Lincoln HS Fall Sports Information 2020
Equipment Pickup/Testing – Monday, August 3, 9-11:30am (10-12 grade)
First Practice – Tuesday, August 4, 9am-12:30pm (10-12 grade)
Incoming 9-grade athletes – Start date: August 10, 3:30-5:30pm
Location of practices: All Practices will be at Rubick Field unless a schedule/facility conflict –
alternative location will be front bowl at LHS
Contact information: Greg Enz -920-213-08783 (mobile access)
Start date: Tuesday, August 11
First week, 8:30am to 11:00 am.
Week 2: 8:30-11:00am, If week 2 changes, you will be notified during week 1
Starting week 3: 3:30-5:45 pm.
Contact Information: Coach Paige Cobarrubias: email@example.com
Start Date: Monday, August 17
Practice Location: MPSD 35th Street Soccer Complex or Rubick Field depending on availability
Practice Times: Times vary depending on the week, but always after 4:00pm
Contact Information: Coach Chris Callen, firstname.lastname@example.org, and (920) 360-4751
Start date: August 11 for Varsity and JV
Practice Location: Red Arrow Park, from 9a-11
Contact information: Coach Jacques Verbauwhede: 920-973-1909, email@example.com
Start Date: August 17th for freshman – senior athletes
Practice Location: JFK Fieldhouse
Time: Monday, 9am-Noon Tuesday-Friday 9-12 and 12:30-2:30
Contact Information: Coach Mary Beth Dixon, firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys & Girls Cross Country
Practice Start date: August 17th 4:00pm
LOCATION: JFK Field House - West end by the concession stand
Contact information for parents or athletes to contact Coach Bubolz:
Coach Bubolz, mantyshipsCC@gmail.com
Cheer & Stunt Team
Practice Start date: August 4, 4:30-6:30pm
Location: Stangel Elementary School
Coach Jessica Gomm, JGomm8890@gmail.com
Practice Start date: August 3, 8-10am, M-W-F
Location: LHS Auxiliary Gymnasium
Coach Hayley Schaut: email@example.com
WELCOME TO THE HARBOR CLASS OF 2024
Welcome current 8th grade students and families! This section of our Monday Memo will be devoted to our "Virtual Orientation." Each week, a short video introducing our building, staff, and a-day-in-the-life of a Ship, will be shared both here, as well as in our 8th Grade "Lincoln High School Class of 2024" Google Classroom! Please encourage your students to check-out their new classroom, as new information will be added, regularly!
Week 2: Members of the Administration Team & Main Office
If you are in need of an interpreter, please see the contact information below.
Spanish Hotline (Claudia Klein/Jesus Cervantes): (920) 663-9372
Hmong Hotline (Mai Chang/Fong Hang): (920) 663-9373
MPSD Nursing Page
Here are a variety of resources to support and protect you and your family during the COVID19 outbreak.
Lunch Opportunities for Students
Franklin will be a “Pilot” School for serving a HOT meal
We will be giving each child a styrofoam container with a hot entree, hot vegetable and a milk. Breakfast bags will remain the same.
To begin we ask that someone from the vehicle come out and grab the number of meals needed. Please form a line and use “social distancing“ at all times.
Let one of our volunteers know how many meals you need and you may then grab your bags
Meal pick-up is 11:15-1:00.