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Morning Announcements

November 14, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on and continues through November 30th.  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering and bringing in your contributions, Panthers!

 

If you love to run or would just like a little extra activity time, come join Mrs. Frashetti, Miss Leah and Coach Goodwin Mondays and Wednesdays after school for the brand new LMS jogging club. Hope to see you there. 

 

Panthers, are you interested in wrestling?  Come join the LMS wrestling team.  Sign up now until November 16. Ask your PE teacher for a registration form. Both boys and girls are welcome on the team.

 

Today for the PASS soccer tournament we have the Powerpuff Boys facing the Saw Dudes and McDonalds playing South Africa after each winning games to advance. Thursday we will host consolation matches for Sabertooth Tigers against the Super French Fries and The OGS playing the Chicken Nuggets.

 

ATTENTION Skate Club Members:  Friday we will have a MANDATORY meeting at lunch in D-6. See you then!  Ms. Matthews.

 

Students,

Hats, Jackets, Sweatshirts.....Have you lost clothing at Lincoln Middle School?  Then, check out the lost and found bin located next to the C-Building.  All items will be removed after Thanksgiving Break.

 

TAP is offered today for Math in the following rooms:

6th grade - Mrs. McPherson, room J-5

7th grade - Mr. DeFoney, room E-7

8th grade - Mr. Taliana, room F-5

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

November 13, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, we are missing 6 Federal Survey Cards. Bring to the Attendance Office tomorrow.

 

Hi all you chocolate selling Panthers!  Today is our Inflatable Game Day. If you have 6th, 7th, or 8th period P.E. and you sold 2 boxes of chocolate, you must go get your wristbands from your P.E. teacher before, or at lunch. That way you will be able to enjoy the Inflatable games and get your ice cream at lunch time. Have a great time Panthers! 

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on and continues through November 30th.  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering and bringing in your contributions, Panthers!

 

Starting today, students will NOT be able to take Accelerated Reader tests on books below their ZPD without Prior approval from their teacher. Accelerated Reader is designed to challenge you and help you become a better reader. By reading 30 minutes EVERY day you should be able to achieve your point goal. So, when choosing a book for this next grading period make sure you know your reading level.


Attention Theater Club Members. We need more Theater Club Shirt Designs so we can vote as soon as possible! The sooner we make our shirts, the sooner we can begin selling them to raise some money for a Broadway show. Remember, Aladdin and others are coming soon. 

 

Attentions all students. The Lincoln Theater Club wants to put on a Talent Show showcasing any and all students at Lincoln. If you are interested in being a part of a potential Talent Show, please see Mr. Gurney in D-4. All talents welcome. Audition dates will be determined based on interest level.  

 

Today for the PASS soccer tournament Real Madrid 2.0 will play the Saw Dudes and the OG Fuegos will play McDonalds. 

 

If you love to run or would just like a little extra activity time, come join Mrs. Frashetti, Miss Leah and Coach Goodwin Mondays and Wednesdays after school for the brand new LMS jogging club. Hope to see you there. 

 

Panthers, are you interested in wrestling?  Come join the LMS wrestling team.  Sign up now until November 16. Ask your PE teacher for a registration form. Both boys and girls are welcome on the team.

 

Students,

Hats, Jackets, Sweatshirts.....Have you lost clothing at Lincoln Middle School?  Then, check out the lost and found bin located next to the C-Building.  All items will be removed after Thanksgiving Break.

 

Ever think about how nature is designed?  Christian Club is talking about how nature suggests the existence of God. Interested?  Come to the meeting at lunch today in room F-2.

 

TAP is offered for Humanities today in the following rooms:

6th grade – Ms. Humphrey, room J-1

7th grade – Mrs. Dolan, room J-6

8th grade – Mrs. Wilkins, room F-1 

 

 

 

 

November 9, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Students, we are missing 6 Federal Survey Cards. Bring to the Attendance Office tomorrow.

 

Hi all you chocolate selling Panthers!  Tuesday, November 13th, is our Inflatable Game Day. If you have 6th, 7th, or 8th period P.E. and you sold 2 boxes of chocolate, you must go get your wristbands from your P.E. teacher before, or at lunch. That way you will be able to enjoy the Inflatable games and get your ice cream at lunch time. If you earned this please be here next Tuesday to receive it.  The game day is one day and one day only.  Have a great time Panthers! 

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on and continues through November 30th.  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering and bringing in your contributions, Panthers!

 

Starting Monday, students will NOT be able to take Accelerated Reader tests on books below their ZPD without Prior approval from their teacher. Accelerated Reader is designed to challenge you and help you become a better reader. By reading 30 minutes EVERY day you should be able to achieve your point goal. So, when choosing a book for this next grading period make sure you know your reading level.


Attention Theater Club Members. We need more Theater Club Shirt Designs so we can vote as soon as possible! The sooner we make our shirts, the sooner we can begin selling them to raise some money for a Broadway show. Remember, Aladdin and others are coming soon. 

 

Attentions all students. The Lincoln Theater Club wants to put on a Talent Show showcasing any and all students at Lincoln. If you are interested in being a part of a potential Talent Show, please see Mr. Gurney in D-4. All talents welcome. Audition dates will be determined based on interest level.  

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken today.  An all call will be made.

 

If you love to run or would just like a little extra activity time, come join Mrs. Frashetti, Miss Leah and Coach Goodwin Mondays and Wednesdays after school for the brand new LMS jogging club. Hope to see you there. 

 

Panthers, are you interested in wrestling?  Come join the LMS wrestling team.  Sign up now until November 16. Ask your PE teacher for a registration form. Both boys and girls are welcome on the team.

 

Today for the PASS soccer tournament McDonalds plays the Chicken Nuggets. On Tuesday, Real Madrid 2.0 will take on the Saw Dudes while the OG Fuegos play whoever wins today.

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Computer Use TAP is cancelled today and next Friday.

 

Students who have 4 or more Panther Paws or Panther Heads may be released 5 minutes early for lunch.

 

Attention Panthers:  Red Cup Yogurt will be here today after school by the Music Room. Yogurt is only $2 for a single scoop and $3 for a double scoop. Enjoy your Red Cup Yogurt today! 

 

Panthers, the following staff members served in the Armed Forces of the United States before they began their careers in education.  Monday we celebrate their service and the contributions of the millions of veterans who have defended our nation, constitution, and citizens.

 

VETERANS DAY RECOGNITION

Mr. Taliana – Navy

Mr. Sanchez – Air Force

Ms. Ruano – Navy

Mr. Davis – Army

Mr. Bessant – Coast Guard

Mr. Bell – Marine Corps

 

STUDENTS: REMEMBER, THERE IS NO SCHOOL MONDAY!  IT IS VETERANS DAY!  Veterans Day is a U.S. federal holiday dedicated to honoring veterans who served honorably in war or peacetime.  School resumes Tuesday!

 

 

    

 

 

November 8, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, we are missing 6 Federal Survey Cards. Bring to the Attendance Office tomorrow.

 

Hi all you chocolate selling Panthers!  Tuesday, November 13th, is our Inflatable Game Day.  If you earned this reward during PE, and again at lunch with an ice cream, please be here next Tuesday to receive it.  The game day is one day and one day only.  Have a great time Panthers! 

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on and continues through November 30th.  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering and bringing in your contributions, Panthers!

 

Starting Monday, students will NOT be able to take Accelerated Reader tests on books below their ZPD without Prior approval from their teacher. Accelerated Reader is designed to challenge you and help you become a better reader. By reading 30 minutes EVERY day you should be able to achieve your point goal. So, when choosing a book for this next grading period make sure you know your reading level.


Attention Theater Club Members. We need more Theater Club Shirt Designs so we can vote as soon as possible! The sooner we make our shirts, the sooner we can begin selling them to raise some money for a Broadway show. Remember, Aladdin and others are coming soon. 

 

Attentions all students. The Lincoln Theater Club wants to put on a Talent Show showcasing any and all students at Lincoln. If you are interested in being a part of a potential Talent Show, please see Mr. Gurney in D-4. All talents welcome. Audition dates will be determined based on interest level.  

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken this Friday, November 9th.

 

If you love to run or would just like a little extra activity time, come join Mrs. Frashetti, Miss Leah and Coach Goodwin Mondays and Wednesdays after school for the brand new LMS jogging club. Hope to see you there. 

 

Panthers, are you interested in wrestling?  Come join the LMS wrestling team.  Sign up now until November 16. Ask your PE teacher for a registration form. Both boys and girls are welcome on the team.

 

Attention Panthers:  Red Cup Yogurt will be here tomorrow by the Music Room. Bring your money and get your yogurt tomorrow after school.

 

TAP is offered today for Science in the following rooms:

Thursday - Science

6th grade - Mrs. Bloomer, room C2

7th grade - Mr. Gurney, room D-4

8th grade - Ms Cooper, room D-1

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

 

 

 

November 7, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Students, we are missing 7 Federal Survey Cards. Bring to the Attendance Office tomorrow.

 

Hi all you chocolate selling Panthers!  Tuesday, November 13th, is our Inflatable Game Day.  If you earned this reward during PE, and again at lunch with an ice cream, please be here next Tuesday to receive it.  The game day is one day and one day only.  Have a great time Panthers! 

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on and continues through November 30th.  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering and bringing in your contributions, Panthers!


Attention Theater Club Members. We need more Theater Club Shirt Designs so we can vote as soon as possible! The sooner we make our shirts, the sooner we can begin selling them to raise some money for a Broadway show. Remember, Aladdin and others are coming soon. 

 

Attentions all students. The Lincoln Theater Club wants to put on a Talent Show showcasing any and all students at Lincoln. If you are interested in being a part of a potential Talent Show, please see Mr. Gurney in D-4. All talents welcome. Audition dates will be determined based on interest level.  

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken this Friday, November 9th.

 

If you love to run or would just like a little extra activity time, come join Mrs. Frashetti, Ms. Johnson and Coach Goodwin Mondays and Wednesdays after school for the brand new LMS jogging club. Hope to see you there. 

 

Panthers, are you interested in wrestling?  Come join the LMS wrestling team.  Sign up now until November 16. Ask your PE teacher for a registration form. Both boys and girls are welcome on the team.

 

Today during the PASS soccer tournament The OGs will be taking on Saw Dudes for the first game.  Tomorrow, Power Puff Boys play the Sabertooth Tigers and South Africa plays the Super French Fries. More info can be found outside of room E-4.

 

TAP is offered today for Math in the following rooms:

Wednesday - Math

6th grade - Mrs. McPherson, room J-5

7th grade - Mr. DeFoney, room E-7

8th grade - Mr. Taliana, room F-5

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

  

 

November 6, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Students, we are missing 7 Federal Survey Cards. Bring to the Attendance Office tomorrow.

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on and continues through November 30th.  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering and bringing in your contributions, Panthers!


Bring your glasses to school! We will be rescreening students tomorrow!

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken this Friday, November 9th.

 

If you love to run or would just like a little extra activity time, come join Mrs. Frashetti, Ms. Johnson and Coach Goodwin Mondays and Wednesdays after school for the brand new LMS jogging club. Hope to see you there. 

 

Panthers, are you interested in wrestling?  Come join the LMS wrestling team.  Sign up now until November 16. Ask your PE teacher for a registration form. Both boys and girls are welcome on the team.

 

The PASS soccer tournament will now begin tomorrow, Wednesday. The OGs will be taking on Saw Dudes for the first game. On Thursday, Power Puff Boys play the Sabertooth Tigers and South Africa plays the Super French Fries. The bracket will be outside of room E4.

 

Does the universe suggest the existence of God?  Come find out and join the discussion at Christian Club’s lunch meeting today in room F-2.  All are welcome.

 

TAP is offered for Humanities today in the following rooms:

6th grade – Ms. Humphrey, room J-1

7th grade – Mrs. Dolan, room J-6

8th grade – Mrs. Wilkins, room F-1 

 

November 5, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, we are missing 8 Federal Survey Cards. Bring to the Attendance Office Monday.

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on and continues through November 30th.  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering and bringing in your contributions, Panthers!

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken Friday, November 9th.

 

If you love to run or would just like a little extra activity time, come join Mrs. Frashetti, Ms. Johnson and Coach Goodwin Mondays and Wednesdays after school for the brand new LMS jogging club. Hope to see you there. 

 

The next PASS soccer tournament will begin on Tuesday. Today is the last day to sign up teams so make sure you find Miss Leah and Miss Martha at lunch if you want to play!

 

Does the universe suggest the existence of God?  Come find out and join the discussion at Christian Club’s lunch meeting this Tuesday in room F-2.  All are welcome.

 

Today's astronomy club is for members that have already turned in permission slips for the November camping trip. It's a mandatory information meeting- please come to C1 at lunch. 

 

  

November 2, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, we are missing 9 Federal Survey Cards. Bring to the Attendance Office Monday.

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on and continues through November 30th.  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering and bringing in your contributions, Panthers!

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken Friday, November 9th.

 

Panthers, today share in a “mystery food” TGIF.  Bring a friend for the blind folded mystery food contest, and you both can win.

 

If you love to run or would just like a little extra activity time, come join Mrs. Frashetti, Ms. Johnson and Coach Goodwin Mondays and Wednesdays after school for the brand new LMS jogging club. Hope to see you there. 

 

The next PASS soccer tournament will begin on Tuesday. Today is the last day to sign up teams so make sure you find Miss Leah and Miss Martha at lunch if you want to play!

 

Hey Flip Flop Fighters!  Mrs. Bulicki needs to see you today in D-2 to discuss our fundraiser.  It will probably take all lunch.  All are welcome.  Come help us raise money for cancer and make a difference in our community. That's today in D-2 during lunch. 

 

TAP IS offered today for Tech support/Computer access in room S-3 with Mr. Alvarado.

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

Students who have 4 or more Panther Paws or Panther Heads may be released 5 minutes early for lunch.

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be here after school today!  Be sure and stop by the Music Room area and get your yogurt.  It is only $2 for a single scoop and $3 for a double scoop.  So remember to get your Red Cup Yogurt today after school.

 

 

November 1, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, we are still missing 13 Federal Survey Cards. Bring yours in to the Attendance Office tomorrow.

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on and continues through November 30th.  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering and bringing in your contributions, Panthers!

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken Friday, November 9th. Today in your 1st period class you will receive an order packet to take home.

 

Panthers, tomorrow  share in a “mystery food” TGIF.  Bring a friend for the blind folded mystery food contest, and you both can win.

 

If you love to run or would just like a little extra activity time, come join Mrs. Frashetti, Ms. Johnson and Coach Goodwin Mondays and Wednesdays after school for the brand new LMS jogging club. Hope to see you there. 

 

Attention Skate Club members, there will be a meeting today during lunch, in Room D-6. See you today at lunch. Ms. Matthews.

 

Good luck to our Cross Country Team today at the North County Cross Country Championships!

 

Hey Flip Flop Fighters!  Mrs. Bulicki needs to see you on Friday in D-2 to discuss our fundraiser.  It will probably take all lunch again so come get a pass before Friday.  All are welcome.  Come help us raise money for cancer and make a difference in our community. That's tomorrow, Friday in D-2 during lunch. 

 

TAP is offered today for Science in the following rooms:

Thursday - Science

6th grade - Mrs. Bloomer, room C2

7th grade - Mr. Gurney, room D-4

8th grade – Ms. Cooper, room D-1

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

October 31, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, we are still missing 21 Federal Survey Cards. Bring yours in to the Attendance office tomorrow.

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on and continues through November 30th.  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering and bringing in your contributions, Panthers!

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken on Friday, November 9th.

 

Halloween costumes:  As a reminder:

No masks, hoods, face paint, or any other part of the costume that hides the face. Costumes are to be within the general dress code standards in regards to appropriateness. Body exposure that would not be acceptable on a regular day, cannot be exposed on Halloween. Imitation or pretend weapons, or props are NOT allowed. No military uniforms, no blood, no gore.

 

Come have fun at the costume contest! See who is in the spookiest, cutest, funniest, and most creative costume today at lunch. See you there Panthers.  Individual winners of the costume contest will be chosen.

 

On Friday share in a “mystery food” TGIF.  Bring a friend for the blind folded mystery food contest, and you both can win.

 

If you love to run or would just like a little extra activity time, come join Mrs. Frashetti, Ms. Johnson and Coach Goodwin Mondays and Wednesdays after school for the brand new LMS jogging club. Hope to see you there. 

 

Mrs. Bulicki needs to see the Green Team today in D-2 at the start of lunch for a quick meeting.

 

Attention Skate Club members, there will be a meeting this Thursday, during lunch, in Room D-6. See you then. Ms. Matthews

 

Hey Flip Flop Fighters!  Mrs. Bulicki needs to see you on Friday in D-2 to discuss our fundraiser.  It will probably take all lunch again so come get a pass before Friday.  All are welcome.  Come help us raise money for cancer and make a difference in our community. That's Friday in D-2 during lunch. 

 

TAP is offered today for Math in the following rooms:

Wednesday - Math

6th grade - Mrs. McPherson, room J-5

7th grade - Mr. DeFoney, room E-7

8th grade - Mr. Taliana, room F-5

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

October 30, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, we are still missing 21 Federal Survey Cards. Bring yours in to the Attendance office tomorrow.

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on and continues through November 30th.  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering and bringing in your contributions, Panthers!

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken on Friday, November 9th.

 

Christian Club is having a party and some games at lunch today in F-2.  All are welcome to come.

 

The first PASS soccer tournament ended with Real Madrid emerging as the champions! Find Miss Martha and Miss Leah at lunch for the rest of the week to sign up teams of 7 for the next tournament. 

 

Halloween costumes may be worn on Wednesday for Halloween.

 

As a reminder:

No masks, hoods, face paint, or any other part of the costume that hides the face. Costumes are to be within the general dress code standards in regards to appropriateness. Body exposure that would not be acceptable on a regular day, cannot be exposed on Halloween. Imitation or pretend weapons, or props are NOT allowed. No military uniforms, no blood, no gore.

 

If you love to run or would just like a little extra activity time, come join Mrs. Frashetti, Ms. Johnson and Coach Goodwin Mondays and Wednesdays after school for the brand new LMS jogging club. Hope to see you there. 

 

Mrs. Bulicki needs to see the Green Team on Wednesday in D-2 at the start of lunch for a quick meeting.

 

Attention Skate Club members, there will be a meeting this Thursday, during lunch, in 

Room D-6. See you then. Ms. Matthews

 

Hey Flip Flop Fighters!  Mrs. Bulicki needs to see you on Friday in D-2 to discuss our fundraiser.  It will probably take all lunch again so come get a pass before Friday.  All are welcome.  Come help us raise money for cancer and make a difference in our community. That's Friday in D-2 during lunch. 

 

TAP is offered for Humanities today in the following rooms:

6th grade – Ms. Humphrey, room J-1

7th grade – Mrs. Dolan, room J-6

8th grade – Mrs. Wilkins, room F-1

October 29, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, we are still missing 25 Federal Survey Cards. Bring yours in to the Attendance office on Monday.

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on and continues through November 30th.  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering and bringing in your contributions, Panthers!

 

Students, did you purchase an ASB Membership this year?  If so, stop by the Student Store to get your ASB sticker for your ID card.  Make sure you have your ID card with you.  It is also not too late to purchase an ASB Membership.  They are $20.  You don't want to miss out on the free dances and discounts!

 

Are you a huge theatre fan? Enjoy musicals, but never get to see them?

Well, look no further than the Theatre Interest Club! Activities include doing improv, reading/performing excerpts from popular plays, going to local theaters, and even watching some movie musicals!

So what are you waiting for? Join the theater interest club every Tuesday in D4, Mr. Gurney’s Room. This week and we will be watching Newsies! There’s a million things we haven’t done, but just you wait!  Just a reminder, Theater Club T- Shirt Designs are due to Mr. Gurney by the end of the day today for voting later this week.

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken on Friday, November 9th.

 

Astronomy Club meets today at lunch in C1. New members are welcome.

  

Today at lunch, Real Madrid and Arsenal will be playing for the championship.  During the rest of the week find Miss Leah and Miss Martha during lunch to sign up teams for the next tournament. You can also sign up outside of room E-4.

 

Christian Club is having a party and some games at lunch on Tuesday in F-2.  All are welcome to come.

Halloween costumes may be worn on Wednesday, October 31 for Halloween.

 

As a reminder:

No masks, hoods, face paint, or any other part of the costume that hides the face. Costumes are to be within the general dress code standards in regards to appropriateness. Body exposure that would not be acceptable on a regular day, cannot be exposed on Halloween. Imitation or pretend weapons, or props are NOT allowed. No military uniforms, no blood, no gore.

 

Mrs. Bulicki needs to see the Green Team on Wednesday in D-2 at the start of lunch for a quick meeting.

 

Attention Skate Club members, there will be a meeting this Thursday, during lunch, in 

Room D-6. See you then. Ms. Matthews

 

Hey Flip Flop Fighters!  Mrs. Bulicki needs to see you on Friday in D-2 to discuss our fundraiser.  It will probably take all lunch again so come get a pass before Friday.  All are welcome.  Come help us raise money for cancer and make a difference in our community. That's Friday in D-2 during lunch. 

 

 

 

October 26, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, please remember to bring your signed Federal Survey Cards to the Attendance Office.

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

This is Spirit Week!  Recognizing we all have work to do when it comes to being kind, and aware of the important role we all play in anti-bullying, each day is connected to a Kindness Statement. When you hear what the statement is, please take a moment and reflect on the ways you can better yourself.

 

Today is Mathletes and Athletes – “Be smart about what you say…kick bullying away!”

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on and goes until November 30th.  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering your contributions, Panthers!

 

Ms. Blaco needs pictures for the yearbook. If you dressed for Spirit Week and want your picture taken, stop by the library and see Ms. Blaco. If you've taken pictures that you want to submit for the yearbook, email them to Ms. Blaco.

 

Are you a huge theatre fan? Enjoy musicals, but never get to see them?

Well, look no further than the Theatre Interest Club! Activities include doing improv, reading/performing excerpts from popular plays, going to local theaters, and even watching some movie musicals!

So what are you waiting for? Join the theater interest club every Tuesday in D4, Mr Gurney’s Room. This week and next we will be watching Newsies! There’s a million things we haven’t done, but just you wait!  Just a reminder, Theater Club T- Shirt Designs are due to Mr. Gurney by Monday, October 29th, for voting next week.

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken on Friday, November 9th.

 

Today at lunch, PASS will be by the Student Store displaying a poster about bullying.  Come check it out!  The championship PASS soccer game will be played on Monday during lunch. Real Madrid and Arsenal will be facing off.

 

Mrs. Bulicki needs to see the Green Team on Wednesday in D-2 at the start of lunch for a quick meeting.

 

The Student Store will be closed today.

 

The Haunted music room event is today at lunch in room M-9.  

 

Halloween costumes may be worn on Wednesday, October 31 for Halloween.

As a reminder:

No masks, hoods, face paint, or any other part of the costume that hides the face. Costumes are to be within the general dress code standards in regards to appropriateness. Body exposure that would not be acceptable on a regular day, cannot be exposed on Halloween. Imitation or pretend weapons, or props are NOT allowed. No military uniforms, no blood, no gore.

 

TAP IS offered today for Tech support/Computer access in room S-3 with Mr. Alvarado.

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

Students who have 3 or more Panther Paws or Panther Heads may be released 5 minutes early for lunch.

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be here after school today!  Be sure and stop by the Music Room area and get your yogurt.  It is only $2 for a single scoop and $3 for a double scoop.  So remember to get your Red Cup Yogurt today after school.

 

 

 

 

 

October 25, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Students, please remember to bring your signed Federal Survey Cards to the Attendance Office.

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

This is Spirit Week!  Recognizing we all have work to do when it comes to being kind, and aware of the important role we all play in anti-bullying, each day is connected to a Kindness Statement. When you hear what the statement is, please take a moment and reflect on the ways you can better yourself.

Today is Century Day – “Put bullying in the past.”

 

Friday is Mathletes and Athletes – “Be smart about what you say…kick bullying away!”

 

Panthers, the canned food drive begins today until November 30th!  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community. Students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering your contributions, Panthers!

 

Ms. Blaco needs pictures for the yearbook. If you dressed for Spirit Week and want your picture taken, stop by the library and see Ms. Blaco. If you've taken pictures that you want to submit for the yearbook, email them to Ms. Blaco.

 

Students, did you purchase an ASB Membership this year?  If so, stop by the Student Store to get your ASB sticker for your ID card.  Make sure you have your ID card with you.  It is also not too late to purchase an ASB Membership.  They are $20.  You don't want to miss out on the free dances and discounts!!

 

Are you a huge theatre fan? Enjoy musicals, but never get to see them?

Well, look no further than the Theatre Interest Club! Activities include doing improv, reading/performing excerpts from popular plays, going to local theaters, and even watching some movie musicals!

So what are you waiting for? Join the theater interest club every Tuesday in D4, Mr Gurney’s Room. This week and next we will be watching Newsies! There’s a million things we haven’t done, but just you wait!  Just a reminder, Theater Club T- Shirt Designs are due to Mr. Gurney by Monday, October 29th, for voting next week.

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken on Friday, November 9th.

 

The PASS soccer tournament is hosting some consolation matches today. The Defaulty Boys will play Shrimp Gang and Crown Heights will play Barcelona. On Friday, Real Madrid and Arsenal will compete for the championship.

 

The Student Store will be closed on Friday.

 

Haunted music room tickets are on sale at the Student Store for $1.  This ghostly event will be held this Friday at lunch in room M9.  

 

Halloween costumes may be worn on Wednesday, October 31 for Halloween.

As a reminder:

No masks, hoods, face paint, or any other part of the costume that hides the face. Costumes are to be within the general dress code standards in regards to appropriateness. Body exposure that would not be acceptable on a regular day, cannot be exposed on Halloween. Imitation or pretend weapons, or props are NOT allowed. No military uniforms, no blood, no gore.

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be here after school tomorrow!  It is only $2 for a single scoop and $3 for a double scoop. Remember, Red Cup Yogurt tomorrow after school.

 

TAP is offered today for Science in the following rooms:

Thursday - Science

6th grade - Mrs. Bloomer, room C2

7th grade - Mr. Gurney, room D-4

8th grade - Ms Cooper, room D-1

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

October 24, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, Federal Survey Cards are now due. Check your backpack and if you forgot it, bring it tomorrow and turn it into the Attendance Office.

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

This is Spirit Week!  Recognizing we all have work to do when it comes to being kind, and aware of the important role we all play in anti-bullying, each day is connected to a Kindness Statement. When you hear what the statement is, please take a moment and reflect on the ways you can better yourself.

Today is School Color Day – “Show spirit against bullying.”

 

Thursday is Century Day – “Put bullying in the past.”

 

Friday 10/26                 Mathetes & Athletes – “Be smart about what you say…kick bullying away!”

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on its way!  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community.  Beginning tomorrow, October 25th until November 30th, students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering your contributions, Panthers!

 

All 8th graders will have their vision and hearing screened in the library today. Be sure to bring your glasses!

 

The Library will be closed today due to Vision and Hearing Screening.

 

Ms. Blaco needs pictures for the yearbook. If you dressed for Spirit Week and want your picture taken, stop by the library and see Ms. Blaco. If you've taken pictures that you want to submit for the yearbook, email them to Ms. Blaco.

 

Students, did you purchase an ASB Membership this year?  If so, stop by the Student Store to get your ASB sticker for your ID card.  Make sure you have your ID card with you.  It is also not too late to purchase an ASB Membership.  They are $20.  You don't want to miss out on the free dances and discounts!!

Are you a huge theatre fan? Enjoy musicals, but never get to see them?

Well, look no further than the Theatre Interest Club! Activities include doing improv, reading/performing excerpts from popular plays, going to local theaters, and even watching some movie musicals!

So what are you waiting for? Join the theater interest club every Tuesday in D4, Mr Gurney’s Room. This week and next we will be watching Newsies! There’s a million things we haven’t done, but just you wait!"

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken on Friday, November 9th.

 

The PASS lunch soccer tournament resumes today.  Real Madrid plays the Sabertooth Tigers and BYA plays Arsenal. Tomorrow, Barcelona will play Crown Heights and Shrimp Gang will play Defaulty Boys for consolation matches.

 

Haunted music room tickets are on sale at the Student Store for $1.  This ghostly event will be held this Friday at lunch in room M9.  

 

Halloween costumes may be worn on Wednesday, October 31 for Halloween.

As a reminder:

No masks, hoods, face paint, or any other part of the costume that hides the face. Costumes are to be within the general dress code standards in regards to appropriateness. Body exposure that would not be acceptable on a regular day, cannot be exposed on Halloween. Imitation or pretend weapons, or props are NOT allowed. No military uniforms, no blood, no gore.

 

TAP is offered today for Math in the following rooms:

Wednesday - Math

6th grade - Mrs. McPherson, room J-5

7th grade - Mr. DeFoney, room E-7

8th grade - Mr. Taliana, room F-5

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

 

 

October 23, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, turn in your Federal Survey Card to the Attendance Office.  If you forgot, bring it tomorrow.

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

This is Spirit Week!  Recognizing we all have work to do when it comes to being kind, and aware of the important role we all play in anti-bullying, each day is connected to a Kindness Statement. When you hear what the statement is, please take a moment and reflect on the ways you can better yourself.

Today is Twin Day – “You are not alone.”

 

Wednesday is School Color Day – “Show spirit against bullying.”

 

Thursday 10/25             Century Day – “Put bullying in the past.”

Friday 10/26                 Mathetes & Athletes – “Be smart about what you say…kick bullying away!”

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on its way!  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community.  Beginning October 25th until November 30th, students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering your contributions, Panthers!

 

All 8th graders will have their vision and hearing screened in the library tomorrow. Be sure to bring your glasses!

 

The Library will be closed all day Wednesday due to Vision and Hearing Screening.

 

Ms. Blaco needs pictures for the yearbook. If you dressed for Spirit Week and want your picture taken, stop by the library and see Ms. Blaco. If you've taken pictures that you want to submit for the yearbook, email them to Ms. Blaco.

 

Students, did you purchase an ASB Membership this year?  If so, stop by the Student Store to get your ASB sticker for your ID card.  Make sure you have your ID card with you.  It is also not too late to purchase an ASB Membership.  They are $20.  You don't want to miss out on the free dances and discounts!!

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken on Friday, November 9th.

 

Christian Club is meeting at lunch today.  We’re discussing how morality provides evidence for God. All are welcome Tuesday at lunch in F-2.

 

We have some PASS lunch soccer tournament announcements. Because of the 8th grade field trip today, there will be no soccer games at lunch today. Tomorrow, Real Madrid will play the Sabertooth Tigers and BYA will play Arsenal.

 

Haunted music room tickets are on sale at the Student Store for $1.  This ghostly event will be held this Friday at lunch in room M9.  

 

Halloween costumes may be worn on Wednesday, October 31 for Halloween.

As a reminder:

No masks, hoods, face paint, or any other part of the costume that hides the face. Costumes are to be within the general dress code standards in regards to appropriateness. Body exposure that would not be acceptable on a regular day, cannot be exposed on Halloween. Imitation or pretend weapons, or props are NOT allowed. No military uniforms, no blood, no gore.

 

TAP is offered for Humanities today in the following rooms:

6th grade – Ms. Humphrey, room J-1

7th grade – Mrs. Dolan, room J-6

8th grade – Mrs. Wilkins, room F-1 

 

   

 

October 22, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, turn in your Federal Survey Card to the Attendance Office.  If you forgot, bring it tomorrow.

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

This is Spirit Week!  Recognizing we all have work to do when it comes to being kind, and aware of the important role we all play in anti-bullying, each day is connected to a Kindness Statement. When you hear what the statement is, please take a moment and reflect on the ways you can better yourself.

Today is Pajama Day – “Make sure you put bullying to sleep.”

 

Tuesday is Twin Day – “You are not alone.”

 

Wednesday 10/24         School Color Day – “Show spirit against bullying.”

Thursday 10/25             Century Day – “Put bullying in the past.”

Friday 10/26                 Mathetes & Athletes – “Be smart about what you say…kick bullying away!”

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on its way!  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community.  Beginning October 25th until November 30th, students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering your contributions, Panthers!

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken on Friday, November 9th.

 

This Tuesday Christian Club is meeting at lunch.  We’re discussing how morality provides evidence for God. All are welcome Tuesday at lunch in F-2.

 

The PASS lunch soccer tournament continues. Today, Real Madrid and Shrimp Gang will play a 10 minute game to determine the winner from last week. Tomorrow, the winner will play the Sabertooth Tigers. On Wednesday, BYA will take on Arsenal. 

 

Volleyball will meet today to celebrate a great season and turn in jerseys.

 

Astronomy Club meets today at lunch in C1. New members are welcome.

 

Haunted music room tickets are on sale at the Student Store for $1.  This ghostly event will be held this Friday at lunch in room M9.  

 

Halloween costumes may be worn on Wednesday, October 31 for Halloween.

As a reminder:

No masks, hoods, face paint, or any other part of the costume that hides the face. Costumes are to be within the general dress code standards in regards to appropriateness. Body exposure that would not be acceptable on a regular day, cannot be exposed on Halloween. Imitation or pretend weapons, or props are NOT allowed. No military uniforms, no blood, no gore.

 

  

October 19, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, turn in your Federal Survey Card to the Attendance Office.  If you forgot, bring it Monday.

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Everyone’s favorite is coming up next week, Spirit Week!  Recognizing we all have work to do when it comes to being kind, and aware of the important role we all play in anti-bullying, each day is connected to a Kindness Statement. When you hear what the statement is, please take a moment and reflect on the ways you can better yourself.

Monday begins with PJ Day – Pajama Day – “make sure you put bullying to sleep."    Join us all week, dress up and show your school spirit!

 

Tuesday 10/23             Twin Day – “You are not alone.”

Wednesday 10/24         School Color Day – “Show spirit against bullying.”

Thursday 10/25             Century Day – “Put bullying in the past.”

Friday 10/26                 Mathetes & Athletes – “Be smart about what you say…kick bullying away!”

 

Panthers, the canned food drive is on its way!  Remember this is Lincoln’s opportunity to help other people within our Oceanside community.  Beginning October 25th until November 30th, students may bring canned foods to their 2nd period teachers. The class that collects the most cans wins. From the winning class the students who contribute the most to winning, will get the chance to throw “pies” at Ms. Garrahy and Mr. Bessant during a lunch time activity. Start gathering your contributions, Panthers!

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken on Friday, November 9th.

 

I have a question for you Panthers.  Has your life been touched by cancer?  Do you want to do something about it?  Do you want to help your community and participate in a super and fun 24 hour celebration?  Come join Lincoln's Relay for Life Team, the Flip Flop Fighters.  Join Mrs. Bulicki and her guest speaker for more information.  All are welcome in D-2 at the start of lunch today.  Again that is Flip Flop Fighters today at the start of lunch.  

 

Today we continue the PASS soccer tournament. Barcelona will play BYA and Arsenal will play Crown Heights. Yesterday, the Sabertooth Tigers won their game while Real Madrid and Shrimp Gang ended in a tie. Penalty kicks to decide the winner will take place Monday during the start of lunch. The games will continue on Tuesday.

 

Aloha Friday Marine Bio Club: Club officers please meet in D-1 for a short meeting today at lunch. All members are welcomed to attend. Mahalo

 

Lunchtime Activity – Today! Hula hooping contest!  Come demonstrate your awesome skills, as the best hulaer that Lincoln has yet to see. Meet you on the back patio.

 

TAP IS offered today for Tech support/Computer access in room S-3 with Mr. Alvarado.

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

Students who have 3 or more Panther Paws or Panther Heads may be released 5 minutes early for lunch.

 

Volleyball will meet Monday, October 22 to celebrate a great season and turn in jerseys.

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be here after school today!  Be sure and stop by the Music Room area and get your yogurt.  It is only $2 for a single scoop and $3 for a double scoop.  So remember to get your Red Cup Yogurt today after school.

 

 

October 18, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, Federal Survey Cards should be turned in to the Attendance Office.  If you forgot, bring it tomorrow.

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

8th Graders: The 8th grade Panoramic Picture will be taken on Friday, November 9th.

 

I have a question for you Panthers.  Has your life been touched by cancer?  Do you want to do something about it?  Do you want to help your community and participate in a super and fun 24 hour celebration?  Come join Lincoln's Relay for Life Team, the Flip Flop Fighters.  Join Mrs. Bulicki and her guest speaker for more information.  All are welcome in D-2 at the start of lunch on Friday.  Again that is Flip Flop Fighters on Friday at the start of lunch.  

 

The PASS program is offering free after school homework support every Tuesday and Thursday for one hour after school. Miss Leah and Miss Martha will have permission forms with them during lunch. You must sign up each week outside of the PASS room, E4, to secure your spot. Only 25 productive students at a time may attend. 

 

The lunch soccer tournament begins today! The games will be played during the first 20 minutes of lunch. Today we have the Sabertooth Tigers versus the Defaulty Boys and Real Madrid versus Shrimp Gang. The other 4 teams will play Friday. If you want to double check any information look outside of room E4 or find PASS at lunch. 

 

Attention Skate Club members, we are our 1st meeting today, during lunchtime in Room D-6. See you today at lunch in D-6. Ms. Matthews.

 

Volleyball Team:  Don’t forget pictures after school.  Pictures are for all teams, Skills, JV and Varsity.

Also Volleyball will meet on Monday, October 22 to celebrate a great season and turn in jerseys.

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be here after school tomorrow!  It is only $2 for a single scoop and $3 for a double scoop. Remember, Red Cup Yogurt tomorrow after school.

 

TAP is offered today for Science in the following rooms:

6th grade - Mrs. Bloomer, room C2

7th grade - Mr. Gurney, room D-4

8th grade – Ms. Cooper, room D-1

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

Congratulations to today’s Successful Six. All are recognized for top DOJO points in Science.

 

Grace G.

Erik A.

Eddie R.

Taylor A.

Evan A.

Presley R.

 

Today’s table host is Ms. Bulicki.

 

October 17, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Students, Federal Survey Cards should be turned in to the Attendance Office.  If you forgot, bring it tomorrow.

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Attention Green Team!  Mrs. Bulicki needs to see you in D-2 today at the start of lunch.  Again, Green Team, please see Mrs. Bulicki in D-2 today at the start of lunch.

 

I have a question for you Panthers.  Has your life been touched by cancer?  Do you want to do something about it?  Do you want to help your community and participate in a super and fun 24 hour celebration?  Come join Lincoln's Relay for Life Team, the Flip Flop Fighters.  Join Mrs. Bulicki and her guest speaker for more information.  All are welcome in D-2 at the start of lunch on Friday.  Again that is Flip Flop Fighters on Friday at the start of lunch.  

 

The PASS program will begin offering free after school homework support every Tuesday and Thursday for one hour after school. Miss Leah and Miss Martha will have permission forms with them during lunch. You must sign up each week outside of the PASS room, E4, to secure your spot. Only 25 productive students at a time may attend. 

 

The lunch soccer tournament begins Thursday! The games will be played during the first 20 minutes of lunch. On Thursday we have the Sabertooth Tigers versus the Defaulty Boys and Real Madrid versus Shrimp Gang. The other 4 teams will play Friday. If you want to double check any information look outside of room E4 or find PASS at lunch. 

 

Attention Skate Club members, we will have our 1st meeting this Thursday, during lunchtime in Room D-6. See you then, Ms. Matthews.

 

TAP is offered today for Math in the following rooms:

6th grade - Mrs. McPherson, room J-5

7th grade - Mr. DeFoney, room E-7

8th grade - Mr. Taliana, room F-5

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

October 16, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Students, please turn in your Federal Survey Card to the Attendance Office.  Every student enrolled must turn in a completed Federal Survey card!

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Attention Green Team!  Mrs. Bulicki needs to see you in D-2 on Wednesday at the start of lunch.  Again, Green Team, please see Mrs. Bulicki in D-2 on Wednesday at the start of lunch.

 

I have a question for you Panthers.  Has your life been touched by cancer?  Do you want to do something about it?  Do you want to help your community and participate in a super fun 24 hour celebration?  Come join Lincoln's Relay for Life Team, the Flip Flop Fighters.  Join Mrs. Bulicki and her guest speaker for more information.  All are welcome in D-2 at the start of lunch on Friday.  Again that is Flip Flop Fighters on Friday at the start of lunch.  

 

Lincoln sweatshirts and sweatpants are available in the Student Store. Sweatshirts are $25 and sweatpants are $20.  Sizes small to extra-large. 

 

The PASS program will begin offering free after school homework support every Tuesday and Thursday for one hour after school. Miss Leah and Miss Martha will have permission forms with them during lunch. You must sign up each week outside of the PASS room, E4, to secure your spot. Only 25 productive students at a time may attend. 

 

Attention Skate Club members, we will have our 1st meeting this Thursday, during lunchtime in Room D-6. See you then, Ms. Matthews.

 

TAP is offered for Humanities today in the following rooms:

6th grade – Ms. Humphrey, room J-1

7th grade – Mrs. Dolan, room J-6

8th grade – Mrs. Wilkins, room F-1 

 

October 15, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, if you haven’t done so already, please turn in your Federal Survey Card to your 1st period teacher.  Every student enrolled must turn in a completed Federal Survey card!

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Stay warm this year with Lincoln gear!!! Get your Lincoln sweatshirts and sweatpants in the Student Store.  Sweatshirts are $25 and sweatpants are $20.  Sizes small to extra-large. 

 

All students interested in joining Skate Club, you must have a GPA of 2.0, no F’s or U’s.  We are also selling our long sleeve T shirts for $10. See Ms. Matthews in D-6 to sign up.

 

The PASS program will begin offering free after school homework support every Tuesday and Thursday for one hour after school. Miss Leah and Miss Martha will have permission forms with them during lunch. You must sign up each week outside of the PASS room, E4, to secure your spot. Only 25 productive students at a time may attend. 

 

Astronomy Club meets today at lunch in C-1. New members are welcome.

  

October 12, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Students, if you haven’t done so already, please turn in your Federal Survey Card to your 1st period teacher.  Every student enrolled must turn in a completed Federal Survey card!

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Girl Tech Conference and Expo:  The 5th Annual Girl Tech Conference at Mira Costa College will be held on Saturday, November 3 from 9:00am – 2:00pm. Registration forms must be returned to the office by today.

 

Lincoln sweatshirts and sweatpants are available in the Student Store.  Sweatshirts are $25 and sweatpants are $20.  Sizes small to extra-large.  Stay warm this year with Lincoln gear!!!

 

All students interested in joining Skate Club, you must have a GPA of 2.0, no F’s or U’s.  We are also selling our long sleeve T shirts for $10. See Ms. Matthews in D-6 to sign up.

 

The PASS program will begin offering free after school homework support every Tuesday and Thursday for one hour after school. Miss Leah and Miss Martha will have permission forms with them during lunch. You must sign up each week outside of the PASS room, E4, to secure your spot. Only 25 productive students at a time may attend. 

 

Let's finish what we started!  Panthers come to watch, or participate in, the frozen shirts lunch time activity.  See you there.

 

Don’t forget, if you want to sign up a 7 person team for soccer at lunch find Miss Leah or Miss Martha during lunch today!

 

Aloha Marine Bio Club- let's plan for our Halloween party, meet today at lunch in D-1. Mahalo.

 

TAP IS offered today for Tech support/Computer access in room S-3 with Mr. Alvarado.

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

Students who have 3 or more Panther Paws or Panther Heads may be released 5 minutes early for lunch.

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be here after school today!  Be sure and stop by the Music Room area and get your yogurt.  It is only $2 for a single scoop and $3 for a double scoop.  So remember to get your Red Cup Yogurt today after school.

 

 

 

October 11, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, if you haven’t done so already, please turn in your Federal Survey Card to your 1st period teacher.  Every student enrolled must turn in a completed Federal Survey card!

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Girl Tech Conference and Expo:  The 5th Annual Girl Tech Conference at Mira Costa College will be held on Saturday, November 3 from 9:00am – 2:00pm. Registration forms must be returned to the office by this Friday, October 12.

 

Lincoln sweatshirts and sweatpants are available in the Student Store.  Sweatshirts are $25 and sweatpants are $20.  Sizes small to extra-large.  Stay warm this year with Lincoln gear!!!

 

Students, the library will be closed today.

 

All students interested in joining Skate Club, you must have a GPA of 2.0, no F’s or U’s.  We are also selling our long sleeve T shirts for $10. See Ms. Matthews in D-6 to sign up.

 

Interested in art, making art, or learning more about it?  Come to D-3 at lunch today for Lincoln’s Art Club.

 

The PASS program will begin offering free after school homework support today from 1:32 until 2:30pm in room E4. Following that, support will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday for one hour after school. Miss Leah and Miss Martha will have permission forms with them during lunch. You must sign up each week outside of the PASS room, E4, to secure your spot. Only 25 productive students at a time may attend. 

 

Don’t forget, if you want to sign up a 7 person team for soccer at lunch find Miss Leah or Miss Martha during lunch today!

 

Aloha Marine Bio Club- let's plan for our Halloween party, meet this Friday at lunch in D-1. Mahalo

 

Panthers: Wear your ID every day, all day, to school.  Having your ID makes school safer. Thanks Panthers for your cooperation and help, by wearing your ID card.

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be here after school tomorrow!  It is only $2 for a single scoop and $3 for a double scoop. Remember, Red Cup Yogurt tomorrow after school.

 

TAP is offered today for Science in the following rooms:

6th grade - Mrs. Bloomer, room C2

7th grade - Mr. Gurney, room D-4

8th grade - Ms Cooper, room D-1

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

October 10, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Congratulations to the office and Ms. Ware’s first period class for being the first to turn in their completed Federal Survey cards.  They will receive a reward treat!

 

Students, if you haven’t done so already, please turn in your Federal Survey Card to your 1st period teacher.  Every student enrolled must turn in a completed Federal Survey card!

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Girl Tech Conference and Expo:  The 5th Annual Girl Tech Conference at Mira Costa College will be held on Saturday, November 3 from 9:00am – 2:00pm. You will receive a registration form today from your science teacher. The form must be returned to the office by this Friday, October 12.

 

Lincoln sweatshirts and sweatpants are available in the Student Store.  Sweatshirts are $25 and sweatpants are $20.  Sizes small to extra-large.  Stay warm this year with Lincoln gear!!!

 

Attention ALL Lincoln Students....The Club everyone has been waiting for, The SKATE CLUB.

Qualifications:  You must have a GPA 2.0 or above, NO F's or U's. EVERYONE is welcome to join. You don't have to be a Skater. If you enjoy watching skateboarding, have a positive attitude, meet the criteria, you are welcome to be a part of our Club.  See Ms. Matthews in D-6 to sign up. 

 

Students: Long sleeve Lincoln Skate Shirts are available in D-6 for only $10.

 

The PASS program will begin offering free after school homework support this Thursday from 1:32 until 2:30pm in room E4. Following that, support will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday for one hour after school. Miss Leah and Miss Martha will have permission forms with them during lunch. You must sign up each week outside of the PASS room, E4, to secure your spot. Only 25 productive students at a time may attend. 

 

If you’re interested in helping Christian Club plan activities, please come to the meeting in room F-2 today (Wednesday) at lunch. See you then.

 

Please make sure to wear your ID every day, all day, to school.  Having your ID makes school safer. Thanks Panthers for your cooperation and help, by wearing your ID card.

 

TAP is offered today for Math in the following rooms:

6th grade - Mrs. McPherson, room J-5

7th grade - Mr. DeFoney, room E-7

8th grade - Mr. Taliana, room F-5

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

October 9, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students, turn in your Federal Survey Card to your 1st period teacher. Help your class to be the first to turn them in and get the reward. Every student enrolled must turn in a completed Federal Survey card!

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Lincoln Sweatshirts and sweatpants are available in the Student Store.  Sweatshirts are $25 and sweatpants are $20.  Sizes small to extra-large.  Stay warm this year with Lincoln gear!!!

 

Attention ALL Lincoln Students....The Club everyone has been waiting for, The SKATE CLUB.

Qualifications:  You must have a GPA 2.0 or above, NO F's or U's. EVERYONE is welcome to join. You don't have to be a Skater. If you enjoy watching skateboarding, have a positive attitude, meet the criteria, you are welcome to be a part of our Club.  See Ms. Matthews in D-6 to sign up. 

 

Students: Long sleeve Lincoln Skate Shirts are available in E-6 for only $10.

 

Are you a theater fan? Do you enjoy musicals, but never get to see them? Well, look no further than Lincoln's Theater Interest Club!  We already had our first interest meeting last week but it is not too late to see what it is all about!  Activities may include doing improv, reading/performing excerpts from popular plays, and even watching or attending some musicals!

To kick things off, we will be watching the movie musical Newsies today during lunch in room D-4, Mr. Gurney's room. There’s a million things we haven’t done, but just you wait! See Mr. Gurney for more information.

 

Today the Christian Club is starting its series that answers skeptic’s questions about Christianity.  All are welcome to join us. See you today at lunch in room F-2.

 

Kind Club will be meeting today during lunch in room E-6.  All students are welcome!


The PASS program will begin offering free after school homework support this Thursday from 1:32 until 2:30pm in room E4. Following that, support will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday for one hour after school. Miss Leah and Miss Martha will have permission forms with them during lunch. You must sign up each week outside of the PASS room, E4, to secure your spot. Only 25 productive students at a time may attend. 

 

The PASS program will also be hosting 5 on 5 soccer tournaments during lunch! Find them during lunch to sign up your team of up to 7 players. Check out the posted information outside of room E4 for ongoing announcements. 

  

Cell phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

TAP is offered for Humanities today in the following rooms:

6th grade – Ms. Humphrey, room J-1

7th grade – Mrs. Dolan, room J-6

8th grade – Mrs. Wilkins, room F-1    

 

 

October 8, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Federal Survey Cards:  Students, if you haven’t turned in your Federal Survey Card, bring it in tomorrow.  Help your class to be the first to turn them in and get the reward. Every student enrolled must turn in a completed Federal Survey card!

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Attention ALL Lincoln Students....The Club everyone has been waiting for, The SKATE CLUB.

Qualifications:  You must have a GPA 2.0 or above, NO F's or U's. EVERYONE is welcome to join. You don't have to be a Skater. If you enjoy watching skateboarding, have a positive attitude, meet the criteria, you are welcome to be a part of our Club.  See Ms. Matthews in D-6 to sign up. 

 

Please make sure to wear your ID every day, all day, to school.  Having your ID makes school safer. Thanks Panthers for your cooperation and help, by wearing your ID card.

 

Lincoln Sweatshirts and sweatpants are available in the Student Store.  Sweatshirts are $25 and sweatpants are $20.  Sizes small to extra-large.  Stay warm this year with Lincoln gear!!!

 

Astronomy Club meets today at lunch in C1. New members are welcome.

 

This Tuesday, Christian Club is starting its series that answers skeptic’s questions about Christianity.  All are welcome to join us. We meet Tuesdays at lunch in room F-2.

  

 

October 5, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Federal Survey Cards:  Students, if you haven’t turned in your Federal Survey Card, you must bring it in by Monday!  Help your class to be the first to turn them in and get the reward!  Every student enrolled must turn in a completed Federal Survey card!

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Please make sure to wear your ID every day, all day, to school.  Having your ID makes school safer and will be used for getting into the dance.  Today during lunch, come to the Student Store for your dance sticker.  They will be placed onto your ID, and used as your ticket at the door. Thanks Panthers for your cooperation and help, by wearing your ID card.

 

Lincoln Sweatshirts and sweatpants are available in the Student Store.  Sweatshirts are $25 and sweatpants are $20.  Sizes small to extra-large.  Stay warm this year with Lincoln gear!!!

 

 TAP IS offered today for Tech support/Computer access in room S-3 with Mr. Alvarado.

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be here after school today!  Be sure and stop by the Music Room area and get your yogurt.  It is only $2 for a single scoop and $3 for a double scoop.  So remember to get your Red Cup Yogurt today after school.

 

 

October 4, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Federal Survey Cards:  Students, Federal Survey Cards are due today!  Please turn in to your 1st Period teacher. Every student enrolled must turn in a completed Federal Survey card. If you forgot it, please have your parent or guardian fill it out, including a signature and bring it back to your teacher as soon as possible. The first class to have 100% of their cards completed and signed will receive a reward treat!

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held tomorrow.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

Please make sure to wear your ID every day, all day, to school.  Having your ID makes school safer and will be used for getting into the dance.  On Friday, during lunch, come to the Student Store for your dance sticker.  They will be placed onto your ID, and used as your ticket at the door.  Thanks Panthers for your cooperation and help, by wearing your ID card.

 

TAP is offered today for Science in the following rooms:

Thursday - Science

6th grade - Mrs. Bloomer, room C2

7th grade - Mr. Gurney, room D-4

8th grade - Ms Cooper, room D-1

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

 Congratulations to today’s Successful Eight. All are recognized for top DOJO!

 

Viviana G.

Sammy V.

Ellie L.

Aiden C.

Anacristina H.

Marco M.

Andrew H.

Rubi B.

 

Today’s table host is Ms. Freshdub.

 

 

 

October 3, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Federal Survey Cards:  Students, today you will be receiving a Federal Survey card from your 1st Period teacher. Every student enrolled in an Oceanside school today, October 3, must turn in a completed Federal Survey card by tomorrow. Please have your parent or guardian complete the card, including a signature, and bring it back to your 1st Period teacher tomorrow.  The first class to have 100% of their cards completed and signed will receive a reward treat!  Help your class to get the reward!

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held this Friday.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

The names for the first Accelerated Reader raffle have been drawn. Congratulations to: James G., Yasmin G. and Gabriel H. Please stop by the library and pick up your Barnes and Noble gift cards.

 

Please make sure to wear your ID every day, all day, to school.  Having your ID makes school safer and will be used for getting into the dance.  On Friday, during lunch, come to the Student Store for your dance sticker.  They will be placed onto your ID, and used as your ticket at the door.  Thanks Panthers for your cooperation and help, by wearing your ID card.

 

TAP is offered today for Math in the following rooms:

Wednesday - Math

6th grade - Mrs. McPherson, room J-5

7th grade - Mr. DeFoney, room E-7

8th grade - Mr. Taliana, room F-5

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

Congratulations to today’s Successful Four. All are recognized for showing great teamwork during Google Team Task.

 

Zoe Z.

Kendric N.

Zach O.

Kaleb T.

 

Today’s table host is Mr. Gurney.

October 2, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

Please make sure to wear your ID every day, all day, to school.  Having your ID makes school safer and will be used for getting into the dance.  On Friday, during lunch, come to the Student Store for your dance sticker.  They will be placed onto your ID, and used as your ticket at the door.  Thanks Panthers for your cooperation and help, by wearing your ID card.

 

Today the Christian Club is going to play some games at lunch and introduce our series on reasons for faith.  Everyone is welcome to come today at lunch in room F-2.

 

Come support our Lincoln football team at their away game against King Middle School: today at 3:00pm.

Go Panthers!

 

Lincoln:  Lunchtime tutoring (TAP) starts today.

 

TAP is offered for Humanities today in the following rooms:

6th grade – Ms. Humphrey, room J-1

7th grade – Mrs. Dolan, room J-6

8th grade – Mrs. Wilkins, room F-1 

 

October 1, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

At the end of the first 6 week grading period, we already have five Million Word Readers. Congratulations to Keilah G. with 3.9 million words. Meridith C., Valerie E., Marlena I., and Hailey M. have all read more than a million words. Great job!

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new online application by today.

 

Astronomy club members: please go directly to C1 today when lunch begins. You cannot go to C1 during lunch without a pass unless you go right at the beginning of lunch.

 

The Kind Club will be meeting tomorrow during lunch in room E-6.  All students are welcome.

 

On Tuesday, Christian Club is going to play some games at lunch and introduce our series on reasons for faith.  Everyone is welcome to come Tuesday at lunch in room F-2.

  

Cell phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

Congratulations to today’s Successful Six. All are recognized for being good role models. (Por ser un buen modelo a seguir)

 

Alex J.

Arely G.

Amanda C.

Daniela D.

Ebelin H.

Leslie G.

 

Today’s table host is Ms. Arteaga.

 

September 28, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

Smencils are currently being sold by our Lincoln music students. Buy your scented pencil today!

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application by next Monday, October 1st.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

TAP IS offered today for Tech support/Computer access in room S-3 with Mr. Alvarado.

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

Students who have 2 or more Panther Paws or Panther Heads may be released 5 minutes early for lunch today.

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be here after school today.  Be sure and stop by the Music Room area and get your yogurt! A great way to end your week!

 

Today the cafeteria is serving BBQ Chicken and Mac ‘N Cheese.

 

Congratulations to today’s Successful Four. All are recognized for showing great teamwork during Google Team Task.

 

Marina H.

Nathan M.

Ivan C.

Jennifer M.

 

Today’s table host is Mr. Gurney.

September 27, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

Smencils are currently being sold by our Lincoln music students. Buy your scented pencil today!

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period, by October 1st.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

TAP is offered today for Science in the following rooms:

Thursday - Science

6th grade - Mrs. Bloomer, room C2

7th grade - Mr. Gurney, room D-4

8th grade - Ms Cooper, room D-1

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

 

September 26, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

Smencils are currently being sold by our Lincoln music students. Buy your scented pencil today!

 

8th Graders: Today at the end of lunch please go directly to the Multi - Purpose Room for an assembly provides by the Alliance program at Cal State San Marcos.  The assembly begins at 12:00pm and ends at 12:30pm. All students will eat outside today, except Successful 6.

 

TAP is offered today for Math in the following rooms:

Wednesday - Math

6th grade - Mrs. McPherson, room J-5

7th grade - Mr. DeFoney, room E-7

8th grade - Mr. Taliana, room F-5

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period, by October 1st.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

September 25, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Panthers, keep bringing in your chocolate money.  We cannot stop asking until all money for all chocolate has been returned. Thanks for making that happen.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

Tonight, September 25, 6:30pm in Room S3, Mr. Alvarado and Ms. Humphrey will host a Parent Information Meeting so you can learn how to sign up for our trip to Germany! See you in Room S3 tonight at 6:30pm.

 

Smencils are currently being sold by our Lincoln music students. Buy your scented pencil today!

 

Christian Club is having their first official meeting today at lunch in room F-2.  We’re having pizza and talking about some of the fun things we’ll be doing this year. All are welcome. Hope to see you today at lunch in F-2.

 

The Kind Club will be meeting today during lunch in room E-6.  All students are welcome!

 

Flag Football Scrimmage JV & Varsity today @ Chavez Middle school. Time 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Players are responsible for their own transportation.

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period, by October 1st.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

All students, Lunchtime tutoring and support, also known as TAP, begins today, September 25. The schedule is:

 

Tuesday - Humanities

6th grade - Ms Humphrey, room J-1

7th grade - Mrs. Dolan, room J-6

8th grade - Mrs. Wilkins, room F-1

 

Wednesday - Math

6th grade - Mrs. McPherson, room J-5

7th grade - Mr. DeFoney, room E-7

8th grade - Mr. Taliana, room F-5

 

Thursday - Science

6th grade - Mrs. Bloomer, room C2

7th grade - Mr. Gurney, room D-4

8th grade – Ms. Cooper, room D-1

 

Friday – Tech Support/Computer Access

Room S-3 – Mr. Alvarado

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

Congratulations to today’s Successful Six. All are recognized for their great attitude and great start for the beginning of the school year.

 

Chase S.

Jeniya D.

Bryan R.

Emily C.

Jonathan R.

Ashton C.

 

Today’s table host is Ms. Matthews.    

 

September 24, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

Want to go to Germany with other Lincoln students during summer?  Come to our student information meeting today in Room S3 at lunch.  See Mr. Alvarado, Ms. Humphrey, or Mr. Sly for passes.

 

On Tuesday, September 25, 6:30pm in Room S3, Mr. Alvarado and Ms. Humphrey will host a Parent Information Meeting so you learn how to sign up for our trip to Germany! See you Tuesday night in Room S3 at 6:30pm.

 

Smencils are currently being sold by our Lincoln music students. Buy your scented pencil today!

 

Astronomy Club meets today at lunch in C1. New members are welcome.

 

Christian Club is having their first official meeting this Tuesday at lunch in room F-2.  We’re having pizza and talking about some of the fun things we’ll be doing this year. All are welcome. Hope to see you Tuesday at lunch in F-2.

 

Flag Football Scrimmage JV & Varsity Tuesday September 25 @ Chavez Middle school. Time 3:00 pm -4:00 pm. Players are responsible for their own transportation.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period, by October 1st.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

Cell phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

 All students, Lunchtime tutoring and support, also known as TAP, begins tomorrow, Tuesday, September 25. The schedule is:

 

Tuesday - Humanities

6th grade - Ms Humphrey, room J-1

7th grade - Mrs. Dolan, room J-6

8th grade - Mrs. Wilkins, room F-1

 

Wednesday - Math

6th grade - Mrs. McPherson, room J-5

7th grade - Mr. DeFoney, room E-7

8th grade - Mr. Taliana, room F-5

 

Thursday - Science

6th grade - Mrs. Bloomer, room C2

7th grade - Mr. Gurney, room D-4

8th grade – Ms. Cooper, room D-1

 

Friday – Tech Support/Computer Access

Room S-3 – Mr. Alvarado

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

 

September 21, 2019

STUDENTS:

 

Hi Panthers! Do you have chocolate or money floating around from the Cherrydale chocolate sale?  If so now is the time to turn everything in. We need to get chocolate and money turned in so we know where everyone stands. Thanks Panthers for helping us out and getting this done.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

What will you do during summer? Hang out at the beach, play endless games on your Xbox? Why not consider a great adventure? Travel to Germany with other Lincoln students! You will be a special guest of our partner school, visit historic castles and medieval villages, and hike the Bavarian Alps. Our group will also travel to Salzburg, Austria for three days to learn about the life and music of Amadeus Mozart. Want to join us? Come to our student information meeting on Monday, September 24, in Room S3 at lunch. See Mr. Alvarado, Ms. Humphrey, or Mr. Sly for passes.

 

Hey Panthers! We’ve been working hard, let’s celebrate with a fun lunch time activity today.  The last 10 minutes of lunch, bring a buddy, and participate in the frozen T-shirt contest.  Meet behind the MPR, see you there.

 

Aloha Marine Bio Club: come celebrate our new club officers and Nail and Sail participants today at lunch in D-1. Mahalo.

 

Flag Football Scrimmage JV & Varsity Tuesday September 25 @ Chavez Middle school. Time 3:00 pm -4:00 pm. Players are responsible for their own transportation.

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period, by October 1st of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

Cell phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

Students who have 2 or more Panther Paws or Panther Heads may be released 5 minutes early for lunch today.

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be here after school today.  Be sure and stop by the Music Room area and get your yogurt! A great way to end your week!

 

 All students, Lunchtime tutoring and support, also known as TAP, begins Tuesday, September 25. The schedule is:

 

Tuesday - Humanities

6th grade - Ms Humphrey, room J-1

7th grade - Mrs. Dolan, room J-6

8th grade - Mrs. Wilkins, room F-1

Wednesday - Math

6th grade - Mrs. McPherson, room J-5

7th grade - Mr. DeFoney, room E-7

8th grade - Mr. Taliana, room F-5

Thursday - Science

6th grade - Mrs. Bloomer, room C2

7th grade - Mr. Gurney, room D-4

8th grade – Ms. Cooper, room D-1

 

Friday – Tech Support/Computer Access

Room S-3 – Mr. Alvarado

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

 

 

September 20, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Hi Panthers! Do you have chocolate or money floating around from the Cherrydale chocolate sale?  If so now is the time to turn everything in. We need to get chocolate and money turned in so we know where everyone stands. Thanks Panthers for helping us out and getting this done.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

What will you do during summer? Hang out at the beach, play endless games on your Xbox? Why not consider a great adventure? Travel to Germany with other Lincoln students! You will be a special guest of our partner school, visit historic castles and medieval villages, and hike the Bavarian Alps. Our group will also travel to Salzburg, Austria for three days to learn about the life and music of Amadeus Mozart. Want to join us? Come to our student information meeting on Monday, September 24, in Room S3 at lunch. See Mr. Alvarado, Ms. Humphrey, or Mr. Sly for passes.

 

Hey Panthers! We’ve been working hard, let’s celebrate with a fun lunch time activity this Friday.  The last 10 minutes of lunch, bring a buddy, and participate in the frozen T-shirt contest.  Meet behind the MPR, see you there.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period, by October 1st of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

Cell phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

All students, Lunchtime tutoring and support, also known as TAP, begins Tuesday, September 25. The schedule is:

 

Tuesday - Humanities

6th grade - Ms Humphrey, room J-1

7th grade - Mrs. Dolan, room J-6

8th grade - Mrs. Wilkins, room F-1

Wednesday - Math

6th grade - Mrs. McPherson, room J-5

7th grade - Mr. DeFoney, room E-7

8th grade - Mr. Taliana, room F-5

Thursday - Science

6th grade - Mrs. Bloomer, room C2

7th grade - Mr. Gurney, room D-4

8th grade – Ms. Cooper, room D-1

 

Friday – Tech Support/Computer Access

Room S-3 – Mr. Alvarado

 

If you are going to go to TAP, go directly to TAP, not to lunch. You will be released in time to get lunch at the end of the lunch period.

 

 

 

September 19, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Hi Panthers! Do you have chocolate or money floating around from the Cherrydale chocolate sale?  If so now is the time to turn everything in. We need to get chocolate and money turned in so we know where everyone stands. Thanks Panthers for helping us out and getting this done.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

What will you do during summer? Hang out at the beach, play endless games on your Xbox? Why not consider a great adventure? Travel to Germany with other Lincoln students! You will be a special guest of our partner school, visit historic castles and medieval villages, and hike the Bavarian Alps. Our group will also travel to Salzburg, Austria for three days to learn about the life and music of Amadeus Mozart. Want to join us? Come to our student information meeting on Monday, September 24, in Room S3 at lunch. See Mr. Alvarado, Ms. Humphrey, or Mr. Sly for passes.

 

Hey Panthers! We’ve been working hard, let’s celebrate with a fun lunch time activity this Friday.  The last 10 minutes of lunch, bring a buddy, and participate in the frozen T-shirt contest.  Meet behind the MPR, see you there.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period, by October 1st of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

Lincoln’s Back to School Night is tonight! Let your parents know so they can attend. Our PTSA will be serving dinner at the Outdoor Classroom at 5:00pm. Class visits are from 6:00 – 7:44pm.

 

Cell phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

Congratulations to today’s Successful Eight. All are recognized for top DOJO in Science!

 

Tanner H.

Genavie H.

Terrin I.

Matt M.

Corban T.

Matthew G.

Annjiliva R.

Luis A.

 

Today’s table host is Ms. Freshdub.   

 

 

September 18, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Hi Panthers! Do you have chocolate or money floating around from the Cherrydale chocolate sale?  If so now is the time to turn everything in. We need to get chocolate and money turned in so we know where everyone stands. Thanks Panthers for helping us out and getting this done.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

What will you do during summer? Hang out at the beach, play endless games on your Xbox? Why not consider a great adventure? Travel to Germany with other Lincoln students! You will be a special guest of our partner school, visit historic castles and medieval villages, and hike the Bavarian Alps. Our group will also travel to Salzburg, Austria for three days to learn about the life and music of Amadeus Mozart. Want to join us? Come to our student information meeting on Monday, September 24, in Room S3 at lunch. See Mr. Alvarado, Ms. Humphrey, or Mr. Sly for passes.

 

Students:  Ballet Folklórico Estrella will be starting its classes today, September 18.  Pick up a flyer in the office.

 

Students, check your backpacks!  If you find an orange Emergency Card, turn it into the Health Office.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period, by October 1st of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

Students: Lincoln’s Back to School Night is tomorrow, September 19 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm.  Let your parents know so they can attend.

 

Cell phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

The Kind Club will be meeting today during lunch in room E-6.  All students are welcome!

 

Students: Today is a minimum day. School is released at 12:35pm.

 

September 17, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Thank you Panthers for all your hard work and effort!  Lincoln appreciates all you have done to make this sale a successful one. Turn in all money and unsold chocolate today.  You are responsible for all chocolate you checked out. If you forgot it at home, please bring everything in tomorrow.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

Attention All Students:  Would you like to learn Mexican Folk Dancing?  Ballet Folklórico Estrella will be starting its classes tomorrow, September 18.  For more information, please stop by the office to pick up a flyer.

 

Students, check your backpacks!  If you find an orange Emergency Card, turn it into the Health Office.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period, by October 1st of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

Students: Lincoln’s Back to School Night is this Wednesday, September 19 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm.  Let your parents know so they can attend.

 

Cell phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

The Kind Club will be holding its first meeting of the year tomorrow during lunch in room E-6.  All students are welcome!

 

Astronomy Club is cancelled today – our next meeting will be Monday September 24th.

  

Students: Tomorrow is a minimum day. School is released at 12:35pm.

 

Congratulations to today’s Successful Six. All are recognized for their ability to work in a team.

 

Kobi K.

Audrey S.

Riley R.

Kevin D.

Elisabeth A.

Taylor C.

 

Today's table host is Mr. Morgan.

 

 

September 14, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Here we are, the last weekend of our chocolate sale.  Panthers complete the job, and make the goals you set for yourself, finish selling all of your chocolate this weekend. Bring in all money and unsold chocolate Monday. If you don’t sell all your chocolate you will not get credit for the unsold amount.  However, it all needs to be turned in.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

Attention All Students:  Would you like to learn Mexican Folk Dancing?  Ballet Folklórico Estrella will be starting its classes again on Tuesday, September 18.  For more information, please stop by the office to pick up a flyer.

 

Students, orange Emergency cards need to be turned into the Health Office.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period (by October 1st) of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

Students: Lincoln’s Back to School Night will be Wednesday, September 19 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm.  Let your parents know so they can attend.

 

Cell phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

Students, remember to stop by and get your Red Cup Yogurt by the Music Room today after school!  Red Cup Yogurt has great flavors and you can get a single scoop for $2 and a double scoop for $3. Enjoy Red Cup Yogurt today after school!

 

Congratulations to today’s Successful Five. All are recognized for showing teamwork and determination to complete the Google Team Task.

 

Melanie G.

Catherine S.

Angela M.

Kaelyn R.

Logan L.

 

Today’s table host is Mr. Gurney.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

September 13, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Go for it, Panthers!  We want lots of students to qualify for the Inflatable Game Day!  If you think you can sell more chocolate, check out a box and keep going. The sale continues until September 17th, when all money should be turned in!

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

The library will be closed ALL day today.

 

Attention All Students:  Would you like to learn Mexican Folk Dancing?  Ballet Folklórico Estrella will be starting its classes again on Tuesday, September 18.  For more information, please stop by the office to pick up a flyer.

 

Students, check your backpacks!  If you have your orange Emergency Card in your back pack, please bring it to the Health Office.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period (by October 1st) of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

Students: Lincoln’s Back to School Night will be Wednesday, September 19 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm.  Let your parents know!

 

Student Reminder:  Phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

 

 

 

 

 

September 12, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Hey Panthers, this is it!  Time to sell chocolate. You have a full week with a weekend to sell Cherrydale chocolate, earn prizes, and help the school.  Lincoln is depending on you!  Sell Cherrydale today.

 

Our 1st all school dance will be held Friday, October 5.  With a theme of “Glow in the Dark” it’s sure to be a big hit. Come join in the fun.  If you have ASB, you get in free, but must still fill in a dance request form. Students without ASB pay $6.00.  Pick up and return your dance requests to the Student Store, ASAP.

 

Attention All Students:  Would you like to learn Mexican Folk Dancing?  Ballet Folklórico Estrella will be starting its classes again on Tuesday, September 18.  For more information, please stop by the office to pick up a flyer.

 

Students, check your backpacks!  If you have your orange Emergency Card in your back pack, please bring it to the Health Office.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period (by October 1st) of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

Students: Lincoln’s Back to School Night will be Wednesday, September 19 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm.  Let your parents know!

 

Student Reminder:  Phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

Football and Volleyball practices are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:15pm to 4:00pm.

   

Congratulations to today’s Successful 8. All are recognized for starting off the 2018/19 school year with a positive attitude!

 

Sherlyn C.

Brisa S.

Sheyla C.

Alicia G.

Aaliyah J.

Leon A.

Chase S.

Jorge M.

 

Today’s table host is Ms. Makihele (for Mr. Soto)

September 11, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Attention All Students:  Would you like to learn Mexican Folk Dancing?  Ballet Folklórico Estrella will be starting its classes again on Tuesday, September 18.  For more information, please stop by the office to pick up a flyer.

 

If you have your orange Emergency Card in your back pack, please bring it to the Health Office.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period (by October 1st) of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

Students: Lincoln’s Back to School Night will be Wednesday, September 19 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm.  Let your parents know!

 

Student Reminder:  Phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

We’re having a second planning meeting for Christian Club today at lunch in F-2.  Everyone who would like to participate is welcome to come and share your great ideas. Again that’s Christian Club planning meeting today at lunch in F-2.

 

Football and Volleyball practices are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:15pm to 4:00pm.

   

HALF-STAFF: Today is Patriot Day. The President of the United States of America has declared September 11 each year a day of national mourning, to be honored with all American Flags to be flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset.

 

 

September 10, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Attention All Students:  Would you like to learn Mexican Folk Dancing?  Ballet Folklórico Estrella will be starting its classes again on Tuesday, September 18.  For more information, please stop by the office to pick up a flyer.

 

If you have your orange Emergency Card in your back pack, please bring it to the Health Office.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

Student Reminder:  Phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

We’re having a second planning meeting for Christian Club on Tuesday at lunch in F-2.  Everyone who would like to participate is welcome to come and share your great ideas. Again that’s Christian Club planning meeting Tuesday at lunch in F-2.

 

Football and Volleyball start today.  Practices are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:15pm to 4:00pm.

 

Astronomy Club meets today at lunch in C1. New members are welcome.

 

Congratulations to today’s Successful Six. All are recognized for being team players in Orchestra.

 

Mateo M.

Gabriela R.

Kaili A.

Sariah R.

Avery I.

Keily R.

 

Today’s table host is Mr. Morgan.

September 7, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

The weekend is approaching, it’s a good time to ramp up your chocolate selling. Keep your eyes on your goal, earn one or all 5 prizes. It’s up to you. We also have a 5lb. chocolate bar for the student who sells the most chocolate during our sale. Panthers, keep selling Cherrydale chocolate.

 

Mrs. Bulicki and Mr. Gurney would like your help with our first upcoming E-Waste event this weekend from 9 am to 4 pm.  Our Green Team is more than half way to getting a water bottle fill station for our campus.  Donations from this E-Waste event should get us over the finish line.  The general rule is "If you can plug it in, you can donate it." There is a small fee for a few items, but most things are free to drop off. Come drop off your family's old electronics on Saturday and Sunday in the upper parking lot.  Help us get a water bottle fill station.  

 

Attention Students:  If you pre-ordered a sweatshirt from the Student Store they are now in. Please stop by at lunch to pick it up.

 

Attention All Students:  Would you like to learn Mexican Folk Dancing?  Ballet Folklórico Estrella will be starting its classes again on Tuesday, September 18.  For more information, please stop by the office to pick up a flyer.

 

If you have your orange Emergency Card in your back pack, please bring it to the Health Office.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online at the OUSD website.

 

Student Reminder:  Phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

Football and Volleyball start on September 10th.  Permission slips can be picked up from your P.E. teacher. Practices are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:15pm to 4:00pm. Cross Country will also meet on Thursdays if there is a meet..

 

Aloha Marine Bio Club: Voting Day! Stop by at lunch today to vote for your favorite representative. Also we will be discussing the Catalina Trip, all are welcome.

 

Students, remember to stop by Red Cup Yogurt by the Music Room today after school.  Red Cup Yogurt has great flavors and you can get a single scoop for $2 and a double scoop for $3. Enjoy Red Cup Yogurt today!

 

Congratulations to today’s Successful Six. All are recognized for helping to create a positive classroom culture during the first two weeks of the school year.

 

Soraya B.

Melanie G.

Steven G.

Marlee G.

Isaac H.

Cameron H.

 

Today’s table host is Mr. Gurney.

September 6, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Panthers, keep up all our good work selling chocolate!  You have a good product. People will buy, and a good cause, helping the school. Family, friends, and people you know, in the community will help you make your goals; just ask.  Sell Cherrydale chocolate today, turn in your money and get another box to sell. You can do it!

 

Mrs. Bulicki and Mr. Gurney would like your help with our first upcoming E-Waste event this weekend from 9 am to 4 pm.  Our Green Team is more than half way to getting a water bottle fill station for our campus.  Donations from this E-Waste event should get us over the finish line.  The general rule is "If you can plug it in, you can donate it." There is a small fee for a few items, but most things are free to drop off. Come drop off your family's old electronics on Saturday and Sunday in the upper parking lot.  Help us get a water bottle fill station.  

 

Attention Students:  If you pre-ordered a sweatshirt from the Student Store they are now in. Please stop by at lunch to pick it up.

 

Attention All Students:  Would you like to learn Mexican Folk Dancing?  Ballet Folklórico Estrella will be starting its classes again on Tuesday, September 18.  For more information, please stop by the office to pick up a flyer.

 

If you have your orange Emergency Card in your back pack, please bring it to the Health Office.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online by going to the OUSD website.

 

Students, remember phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

Football and Volleyball start on September 10th.  Permission slips can be picked up from your P.E. teacher. Practices are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:15pm to 4:00pm. Cross Country will also meet on Thursdays.

September 5, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

If you have your orange Emergency Card in your back pack, please bring it to the Health Office.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online by going to the OUSD website.

 

Students, remember phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

Football and Volleyball start on September 10th.  Permission slips can be picked up from your P.E. teacher. Practices are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:15pm to 4:00pm. Cross Country will also meet on Thursdays.

 

Congratulations to today’s Successful 10. Thanks to all of you for your help and hard work during school registration.

 

Kelly V.

Marcus R.

Gabe F.

Taylor A.

Star D.

Stephanie A.

Natalie N.

Houston M.

Presley R.

Jillian B.

 

Today’s table host is Ms. Dolan.

September 4, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

If you have your orange Emergency Card in your back pack, please bring it to the Health Office.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online by going to the OUSD website.

 

Students, remember phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

After School Sports:  Cross Country starts today!  Meet on the P.E. porch after school.

 

Football and Volleyball start on September 10th.  Permission slips can be picked up from your P.E. teacher. Practices are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:15pm to 4:00pm. Cross Country will also meet on Thursdays.

 

Attention everyone who would like to be involved with Christian Club this year. We’re having a planning meeting today at lunch in F-2. Please come to share ideas so that we can have a great club this year. Again, that’s today at lunch in F-2.

 

Congratulations to today’s Successful Seven. All are recognized for modeling the 8 keys.

 

Zoe Z.

Taylor A.

Marisa O.

Grace G.

Nycole B.

Star D.

Skylie K.

 

Today’s table host is Mr. Gray.

 

 

 

August 31, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Reminder students: Today is Friday and block day.  You will be going to Periods 2, 4, 6, 8.

 

To all the chocolate selling Panthers!  This is the first weekend of Lincoln’s chocolate sale, and it’s a 3 day weekend. What a great opportunity to sell your chocolate to family and friends when you are getting together for a holiday. Take this time to ramp up your sales and meet your personal selling goals. Help the school sell Cherrydale chocolate today. 

 

If you have your orange Emergency Card in your back pack, please bring it to the Health Office.

 

Aloha Marine Bio Club: Let's party! Bring a food item to share today at lunch in D-1. Mahalo.

 

Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online by going to the OUSD website.

 

Students, remember phones are off and stored out of sight the entire time you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

Interested in After School Sports?  Cross Country starts Tuesday, September 4th.  Football and Volleyball start on September 10th.  Permission slips can be picked up from your P.E. teacher. Practices are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:15pm to 4:00pm. Cross Country will also meet on Thursdays.

 

Attention everyone who would like to be involved with Christian Club this year. We’re having a planning meeting Tuesday at lunch in F-2. Please come to share ideas so that we can have a great club this year. Again, that’s Tuesday at lunch in F-2.

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be coming each Friday after school by the Music Room. Yogurts are $2 for a single scoop and $3 for a double scoop.  Be sure and get your yogurt today after school.

 

Students – Remember, there is NO SCHOOL on Monday as it is Labor Day!  Enjoy your day off and we will see you on Tuesday!
 

August 30, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Reminder students: Today is Thursday and block day.  You will be going to Periods 1, 3, 5, 7.

 

Panthers, the time is right to bring in your permission slips to sell Cherrydale chocolate bars.  Remember you can earn great prizes for yourself while helping Lincoln. Your friends and family in the community are willing to help you, by buying chocolate, if you ask. Cherrydale makes high quality, delicious chocolate. At $1 a bar the chocolate is easy to afford.  Sell Cherrydale today!

 

If you have your orange Emergency Card in your back pack, please bring it to the Health Office.

 

Aloha Marine Bio Club: Let's party! Bring a food item to share this Friday at lunch in D-1. Mahalo.

 

Interested in After School Sports?  Cross Country starts September 4th.  Football and Volleyball start on September 10th.  Permission slips can be picked up from your P.E. teacher. Practices are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:15pm to 4:00pm. Cross Country will also meet on Thursdays.

 

FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH PROGRAM:  Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online by going to the OUSD website.

 

Students, phones are off and stored out of sight while you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. Once you walk on campus and past the gate, your phone must be off and out of sight.  Your phone must not be turned on again until after you pass the gate out of the school. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be coming each Friday after school by the Music Room. Yogurts are $2 for a single scoop and $3 for a double scoop.  Be sure and get your yogurt tomorrow after school.

 

August 29, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Panthers, the time is right to bring in your permission slips to sell Cherrydale chocolate bars.  Remember you can earn great prizes for yourself while helping Lincoln. Your friends and family in the community are willing to help you, by buying chocolate, if you ask. Cherrydale makes high quality, delicious chocolate. At $1 a bar the chocolate is easy to afford.  Sell Cherrydale today!

 

P.E. Announcement:  P.E. will start dressing out today  We want to have a dry run, make sure students have their clothes, with their names on their clothes, so that on Thursday we can get straight into activities.  We will have a small activity today as well.

 

If you have your orange Emergency Card in your back pack, please bring it to the Health Office.

 

Aloha Marine Bio Club: Let's party! Bring a food item to share this Friday at lunch in D-1. Mahalo.

 

Interested in After School Sports?  Cross Country starts September 4th.  Football and Volleyball start on September 10th.  Permission slips can be picked up from your P.E. teacher. Practices are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 2:15pm to 4:00pm. Cross Country will also meet on Thursdays.

 

FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH PROGRAM:  Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online by going to the OUSD website.

August 28, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

P.E. Announcement:  P.E. will start dressing out on Wednesday, August 29.  We want to have a dry run, make sure students have their clothes, with their names on their clothes, so that on Thursday we can get straight into activities.  We will have a small activity on Wednesday as well.

 

If you have your orange Emergency Card in your back pack, please bring it to the Health Office.

 

FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH PROGRAM:  Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online by going to the OUSD website.

 

If you are interested in gardening, please join us in C-4 with Ms. Johnson at lunch for a quick first club meeting.

 

Students, remember that phones are off and stored out of sight while you are at school. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. So once you walk on to campus and walk past the gate, your phone is off and out of sight.  Your phone can not be turned on again until after you pass the gate out of the school. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

 

August 24, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Attention Panthers:  Today we have a block schedule. You will be going to periods 2, 4, 6, and 8.

School is released at 1:32pm on Thursdays and Fridays.

 

Astronomy Club’s first meeting will be held Monday in C1. New members are welcome.

 

Picture Make-up day is this Monday, August 27.

 

FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH PROGRAM:  Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online by going to the OUSD website.

 

Also students, remember we have a Nutrition Break also and breakfast is served during Nutrition Break.

 

P.E. Announcement:  Students will start dressing out for P.E. on Thursday, August 30. 

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be here today after school by the Music Room. Yogurts are $2 for a single scoop and $3 for a double scoop.  Be sure and get your yogurt after school today!.

 

All Students:  Our cell phone policy is designed to:        Promote academic discourse

                                                                                    Promote face-to-face conversation

                                                                                    Increase classroom engagement

                                                                                    Reduce distraction

                                                                                    Reduce cyber-issues

 

Remember that while you are at school, the whole time you are at school, your phone is off and stored out of sight. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. That means that once you walk on to campus and walk past the gate, your phone is off and out of sight and that it can’t be turned on again until after you pass the gate out of the school. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

 

August 23, 2018

 

STUDENTS:

 

Today and each Thursday we have block scheduling:  We will have periods 1, 3, 5 and 7 today. Tomorrow, Friday, we also have block schedule and students will be going to periods 2, 4, 6, and 8.

School is released at 1:32pm on Thursdays and Fridays.

 

Students: Mrs. Bulicki and Mr. Gurney would like to meet with all Green Team members, either new or returning, today at lunch in D-2.  Please come at the very beginning of lunch.  We have several exciting things to talk about.  Again, that is all Green Team members, please go to Mrs. Bulicki's room at the start of lunch today.  

 

Astronomy Club’s first meeting will be next Monday in C1. New members are welcome.

 

8th Grade Buccaneer Beach Picnic this Friday, August 24. This will be a fun day so be sure to turn in your completed, signed permission slips along with $10 to the Front Office. Tomorrow is the last day to turn in your signed permission slip to the office. No permission slips will be accepted on Friday.

 

FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH PROGRAM:  Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online by going to the OUSD website.

 

Also students, remember we have a Nutrition Break also and breakfast is served during Nutrition Break.

 

P.E. Announcement:  Students will start dressing out for P.E. on Thursday, August 30. 

 

Attention Panthers: Red Cup Yogurt will be coming each Friday after school by the Music Room. Yogurts are $2 for a single scoop and $3 for a double scoop.  Be sure and get your yogurt tomorrow after school.

 

All Students:  Our cell phone policy is designed to:

  • Promote academic discourse
  • Promote face-to-face conversation
  • Increase classroom engagement
  • Reduce distraction
  • Reduce cyber-issues

 

Remember that while you are at school, the whole time you are at school, your phone is off and stored out of sight. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. That means that once you walk on to campus and walk past the gate, your phone is off and out of sight and that it can’t be turned on again until after you pass the gate out of the school. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

August 22, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students: Mrs. Bulicki and Mr. Gurney would like to meet with all Green Team members, either new or returning, on Thursday at lunch in D-2.  Please come at the very beginning of lunch.  We have several exciting things to talk about.  Again, that is all Green Team members, please go to Mrs. Bulicki's room at the start of lunch on Thursday.  

 

Aloha all, are you interested in the ocean and its marine life? Please stop by today at the start of lunch in D-1 Ms. Cooper's room to join the Marine Bio Club. Learn about this year's activities and our annual field trip to Catalina Island. Our meeting will be short so don't worry you won't miss lunch. All middle school and high school students are welcome. Mahalo."

 

Astronomy Club’s first meeting will be next Monday in C1. New members are welcome.

 

8th Grade Buccaneer Beach Picnic this Friday, August 24. This will be a fun day so be sure to turn in your completed, signed permission slips along with $10 to the Front Office.  There are only 2 more days to get your permission slip in to the office! No permission slips will be accepted on Friday.

 

FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH PROGRAM:  Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online by going to the OUSD website.

 

Also students, remember we have a Nutrition Break also and breakfast is served during Nutrition Break.

 

P.E. Announcement:  Students will start dressing out for P.E. on Thursday, August 30. 

 

All Students:  Our cell phone policy is designed to:

  • Promote academic discourse
  • Promote face-to-face conversation
  • Increase classroom engagement
  • Reduce distraction
  • Reduce cyber-issues

 

Remember that while you are at school, the whole time you are at school, your phone is off and stored out of sight. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. That means that once you walk on to campus and walk past the gate, your phone is off and out of sight and that it can’t be turned on again until after you pass the gate out of the school. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

 

 

 

August 21, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Students: Mrs. Bulicki and Mr. Gurney would like to meet with all Green Team members, either new or returning, on Thursday at lunch in D-2.  Please come at the very beginning of lunch.  We have several exciting things to talk about.  Again, that is all Green Team members, please go to Mrs. Bulicki's room at the start of lunch on Thursday.  

 

Aloha all, are you interested in the ocean and its marine life? Please stop by this Wednesday at the start of lunch in D-1 Ms. Cooper's room to join the Marine Bio Club. Learn about this year's activities and our annual field trip to Catalina Island. Our meeting will be short so don't worry you won't miss lunch. All middle school and high school students are welcome. Mahalo."

 

Astronomy Club’s first meeting will be next Monday in C1. New members are welcome.

 

8th Grade Buccaneer Beach Picnic this Friday, August 24. This will be a fun day so be sure to turn in your completed, signed permission slips along with $10 to the Front Office.  There are only 3 more days to get your permission slip in to the office! No permission slips will be accepted on Friday.

 

FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH PROGRAM:  Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online by going to the OUSD website

 

P.E. Announcement:  Students will start dressing out for P.E. on Thursday, August 30. 

 

All Students:  Our cell phone policy is designed to:

  • Promote academic discourse
  • Promote face-to-face conversation
  • Increase classroom engagement
  • Reduce distraction
  • Reduce cyber-issues

 

Remember that while you are at school, the whole time you are at school, your phone is off and stored out of sight. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. That means that once you walk on to campus and walk past the gate, your phone is off and out of sight and that it can’t be turned on again until after you pass the gate out of the school. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

BE ON TIME TO SCHOOL!  All students are expected to be in their classroom assigned seat every morning at 7:30 a.m. Students who arrive after that time will be considered tardy and will need to obtain an Admit Slip from the Attendance Office before entering the classroom.

 

 

 

 

August 20, 2018

STUDENTS:

 

Welcome Panthers:  It is great to see everyone and to hear what happened over the summer!  We look forward to a “Pantherific” year!

 

Students: Mrs. Bulicki and Mr. Gurney would like to meet with all Green Team members, either new or returning, on Thursday at lunch in D-2.  Please come at the very beginning of lunch.  We have several exciting things to talk about.  Again, that is all Green Team members, please go to Mrs. Bulicki's room at the start of lunch on Thursday.  

 

Aloha all, are you interested in the ocean and its marine life? Please stop by this Wednesday at the start of lunch in D-1 Ms. Cooper's room to join the Marine Bio Club. Learn about this year's activities and our annual field trip to Catalina Island. Our meeting will be short so don't worry you won't miss lunch. All middle school and high school students are welcome. Mahalo."

 

8th Graders: We are having a beginning-of-the-year Buccaneer Beach Picnic for 8th graders!  It will be held this Friday, August 24.  This will be a fun day so be sure to turn in your completed, signed permission slips along with $10 to the Front Office.  No permission slips will be accepted on Friday.

 

FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH PROGRAM:  Students currently on a free or reduced lunch status need to submit a new application within the first 30 days grace period of the new school year.  Applications can be submitted online by going to the OUSD website

 

P.E. Announcement:  Students will start dressing out for P.E. on Thursday, August 30. 

 

All Students:  Our cell phone policy is designed to:

  • Promote academic discourse
  • Promote face-to-face conversation
  • Increase classroom engagement
  • Reduce distraction
  • Reduce cyber-issues

 

Remember that while you are at school, the whole time you are at school, your phone is off and stored out of sight. Phones can only be used at school in a 9-1-1 emergency. That means that once you walk on to campus and walk past the gate, your phone is off and out of sight and that it can’t be turned on again until after you pass the gate out of the school. Remember, gate to gate, no phones.

 

BE ON TIME TO SCHOOL!  All students are expected to be in their classroom assigned seat every morning at 7:30 a.m. Any students who arrive after that time will be considered tardy and must obtain an Admit Slip from the Attendance Office before entering the classroom.

 

IF YOU WALK TO SCHOOL, be sure to use sidewalks when available.  Do not walk in the street or on private property.  Be alert to car traffic and use crosswalks.