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Jan26 4 days ago by Deb Stetler

The Lincolnview Local Education Association is hosting a Scholarship Chicken Dinner to help support the scholarships currently provided to your students. The LLEA currently provides three $1000 scholarships that are renewable for a 2nd year. So each year the LLEA supports Lincolnview graduates with a total of $6000 a year to further their education. So come out before the boys basketball game, January 30th, against Delphos Jefferson and help support the scholarship fund. Dinners will be served from 4:30—6:30 pm in the cafeteria (eat-in or carryout). Remember, it is also FAN night, so get here early!


Menu includes:                                       

1/2 smoked chicken
Green beans
Scalloped potatoes

Jan15 1/15/2015 9:36:00 AM by Deb Stetler

ALL seniors and chaperones attending the Chicago trip, a third payment of $70.00 is due in no later than Friday, Jan. 30.  Please contact Mrs. Tow or a class officer if you have any concerns.  Also there will be a MANDATORY meeting on Monday, Feb. 2, at 7:30 in the lecture hall for all seniors attending the trip, parents of the seniors, and chaperones!  Thank you!!

Jan15 1/15/2015 8:19:00 AM by Deb Stetler
Attention parents of students in grades 7, 8, and 9, there will be a meeting to explain the new graduation requirements. For more details, click here.
Jan13 1/13/2015 12:44:00 PM by Deb Stetler
Before Christmas break, a group of junior high students decided to raise money for either a Lincolnview family or a teen on the Angel tree at WalMart. The students walked around with Christmas stockings asking for donations from students and staff members. Not only did the students ask for donations, but the staff decided to compete against the students by asking for donations also. If the students collected more money than the staff, then Mr. Mendenhall, principal, would get a “pie” in the face. If the staff raised more money than the students, then the students responsible for organizing the fundraiser would take a pie in the face from the staff.
To aid in making Christmas a little brighter for a local family, the students also received permission to organize three days of “dress up.” Those who participated in the dress up days would pay $1.00 for participation. The students who organized this fundraiser were: Shy Schodowski, Dannielle Baer, Brayden Langdon, Riley Webb, Gabrielle Perkins, Sara Campbell, Noah Riley, Jaden Spray and Natalie Fetzer.
At 2:55 p.m. on Monday, December 22, 2014 the junior high students were called to the gym to recognize the group of students mentioned above and to receive a pie in the face from a junior high staff member. The total amount raised between the staff and students was $261.85.


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