This year, the Student Council sponsored Talent Show (or Lincolnview’s Got Talent) goes big. It is being held at the Marsh Foundation (with a light and sound man) on May 12th at 7:00 p.m. If you think you have a talent, then please sign up in the high school office. All acts will be previewed for the talent show April 10th, 11th & 12th during Lancer Time. If you have questions, see a Student Council member or Mrs. Stetler.
Seniors: It is time to begin submitting photos for inclusion in the yearbook. Please turn in 1 baby photo and 1 senior photo to any yearbook staff member or the office. Please get this taken care of now before things get too hectic for you in May.
You are reminded that you may not park in the first two rows of parking in the parking lot. These spaces are reserved for staff parking.
Junior high students are reminded that they are not permitted to enter the elementary gym locker rooms during the school day. Students are not to use the elementary locker rooms as a personal storage area. If you have baseball/softball equipment that needs stored during the day, please see Mr. Leeth.
Are you interested in Forestry or Wildlife Conservation? If so, there is a summer camp for you. June 11-16 you can attend a camp near Carrollton, Ohio. It is open to students entering their freshman year through senior year. If this sounds interesting to you, go to the guidance page of the website and then click opportunities to grow.
The Van Wert Rotary Club will sponsor students to attend a World Community Workshop titled "New Zealand: Fire and Ice" on Thursday, May 112017 - Saturday, May 13, 2017. It will be free of charge,
Join students from all over the world for a three-day event as you explore and learn about the history and culture of New Zealand. An island in the southwest Pacific Ocean consisting of two main islands made up of fire and ice and has three times as many cows as people. Workshop participants spend three days and two nights on the campus of Defiance College, interacting with DC faculty, staff, and students. IF interested, see Mrs. Leeth asap.
Attention Students: Soon we will be taking End of Course tests. We want you to do your best on these tests and make sure testing days run smoothly. Please do you part by accomplishing the following things:
- Be here! Attendance is always important, but especially during the testing schedules. It is much easier to take and administer the exams one time, rather than multiple times!
- Make sure your Chromebook is charged, properly logged in to our network, and working well. If your Chromebook is not working you need to see Mr. Miglin immediately to fix the problem.
Beta and NHS Students in need of service hours can help fill eggs this Saturday starting at 10:00 a.m. at Tracey’s Auction barn just across from the hospital. They will go until 4:00 or until all 15,000 eggs are filled. Be sure to take an outside hours form with you to be signed. You can go anytime between 10 and 4.
Anyone that does not have your schedule turned in, Mrs. Leeth will be creating one for you…..and you won’t like it!
UNOH will be hosting a spring open house and scholarship testing for the colleges of business, health and occupational professions. This will be on Friday, April 7th. They will be awarding $15,000 in scholarships. This is for both juniors and seniors. You must pre-register on their website. Also, Juniors can apply to UNOH for FREE the whole weekend of April 7-9. The application is online.
Miami University of Ohio will again be hosting two sessions of our Summer Scholars Program this July. The Summer Scholars Program provides a rich, early college experience for academically talented rising high school juniors and seniors from across the globe. Students will join an engaged community of learners for an intense, two-week program on Miami's campus exploring a topic of their choice with an acclaimed Miami faculty member. Need-based scholarships are available for the program. More information regarding dates, deadlines, and the application is available at MiamiOH.edu/SummerScholars.