The Lincolnview Local Schools & Board of Education have scheduled their second “Community Meeting” for Wednesday, December 7th, 2016 at 7pm in the School Cafeteria. The Lincolnview Board of Education has been working diligently this past year by developing a “strategic plan” to enhance the district's level of success. From this plan four critical areas have emerged and all have begun to be addressed in some form. Lately, one critical area of the district’s current focus has been that of “facilities & infrastructure.” The Lincolnview Board of Education has partnered with the architectural firm of Garmann & Miller, Minster-OH, to work on and complete a feasibility study to look at our current facilities. One area of interest is that of developing a community center to meet the needs of our students, our community members, alumni, and our youth programs. In particular, this “Community Center” concept has truly evolved from the study as an important piece to potentially pursue and to add to our current school campus. So, residents of the Lincolnview Local Schools and parents of Lincolnview students we invite you to attend this second community meeting to hear more about this concept of the district’s proposal of a “Community Center.”
Click here to see the rendering of the proposed "Community Center."
These sixth grade Lincolnview students participated in the Lions International Peace Post Contest. This contest is held every year and encourages children 11-13, to creatively express what peace means to them. The 2016-2017 contest theme was “A Celebration of Peace.” Morgan Anspach placed first and Cheyenne Pohlman placed second at the local level. The first place winner’s artwork will move on to be judged at the district level.