LUNCH TODAY: STUFFED CRUST PEPPERONI PIZZA, TANGERINE CHICKEN, CHEF SALAD, CHANA MASALA
HOT BREAKFAST THURSDAY: MAPLE WAFFLE CHICKEN SAUSAGE SANDWICH
- Today is an X day!
- There are only a few days left to bring in non-perishable food items for the Little Food Pantries around the Lincoln community. Little Food Pantries are places where people can go to get free food if they are not able to feed themselves or their families. Non-perishable food items like canned good, pasta, or cereal can be dropped off in the main office or Room 227. Food collection will go through Friday, October 30. Student Council thanks you for doing your part to make the Lincoln community a better place!
- Some Vocabulary Bowl players were having trouble entering the Varsity team, so I know we will have more kudos to share when their scores are visible. But congratulations and thanks go out to the following great players: “Savant” level players Steven Lind with 232 thousand points and Ahmed Altaae with 198 thousand points. “Brainiac” level players Ma Det Sher and Colby Beierle have another 300 thousand points between them. The word of the day is “awesome” because Lefler students are making awesome progress every day!
- Students, grade level counselors will post who earned Hat and Slipper day on today in the cafeteria. Hat and Slipper day will be this Friday, October 30th.
- Please return all Native American Group permission forms to Ms. Mercer in the counseling center. Also, if you still want to be a member of Culture Club, Joven Noble, or Latina Leaders and have misplaced your permission form, stop by the counseling center and grab one! You can still join!
- Girls basketball tryouts will be held in the old gym from 3:00-4:15 today and Thursday.
- Attention 8th Graders: Please check your Class of 2025 google classroom for some important information about high school transition, especially if you are interested in learning more about any of the high school focus or specialty programs. There are virtual information nights coming up next week for two of the focus programs. On Monday, November 2nd there is one for Science Focus (also known as Zoo School) from 6:00 to 7:00 pm. On Wednesday, November 4th there is one for the Arts & Humanities program from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Stop in the Counseling Center and see Ms. Sturek for more information!
- As the weather gets colder, it’s important to dress warmly! We have lots of warm hats and scarves in the Counseling Center, so please stop in before or after school or during your lunch to get what you need for the winter!
- Congratulations 6th & 8th grade Students of the Week: 6th grade, Bella Brown and Sloan Donahoo; 8th grade BLUE, Linnea Welsh and Ezekiel Alcala; and 8th GOLD, Kylin Trout and Danni Liggett Cullinane!