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  • Lincoln School looking ahead to Science Fair

    Tammy Jordan|Updated Feb 27, 2024

    The annual Science Fair for the Lincoln Public Schools is set for March 6-7, 2024. Students in grades 7-10 are required to participate, and the science fair counts for a large portion of their science grade. During this long-term project, which begins the day students return from winter break and runs through March 7, when judging takes place, students come up with a hypothesis and then test and experiment to prove or disprove their idea. They then write their results and pres...

  • Lincoln School Board Agenda Feb. 12, 2024

    Updated Feb 12, 2024

  • Packer to retire as Lincoln Schools superintendent

    Roger Dey, Blackfoot Valley Dispatch|Updated Jan 24, 2024

    The Lincoln School Board accepted a letter of retirement from Lincoln Public Schools Superintendent Jennifer Packer during their meeting Jan. 8. Packer has served as the Superintendent of Lincoln Schools since July 1, 2019, when she took over the job from Carla Anderson. During her tenure she has dealt with a number of challenges,. While most were relatively routine for a small school she oversaw the implementation of distance learning as students and staff conducted classes...

  • Lincoln School evacuated in response to e-mailed bomb threat

    Roger Dey, Blackfoot Valley Dispatch|Updated Jan 17, 2024

    Students at Lincoln Public Schools were evacuated to the Lincoln Methodist Church just after the start of the school day this morning after administrators found an email claiming there were explosives hidden in the building. The same e-mail was sent to dozens of schools statewide Tuesday evening. Some reports indicate as many as 75 schools received the bomb threat. "We didn't see it until this morning. Some of the bigger districts saw it earlier and started doing some...

  • Math problem-solving camp for middle and high schoolers set for Aug. 14-16 at Montana State

    News Release, MSU News Service|Updated Jul 19, 2023

    BOZEMAN - Montana middle and high school students passionate about advanced math are invited to attend the Mathematics Circle Summer Camp Aug. 14-16 hosted by the Science Math Resource Center at Montana State University. Participants will immerse themselves in math problem-solving challenges, tour innovative university labs, and engage in fun science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, activities. There will be a flight demonstration of scientific kites...

  • Lincoln High prom 2023

    Updated May 16, 2023

    Lincoln High School hosted their 2023 prom at Cane Ridge West May 5. Casino night was the theme for the shindig. photos courtesy Judy Johnson. See more at:

  • Lincoln Middle, High School Business Professionals of America National Conference 2023

    News Release, Lincoln Schools|Updated May 16, 2023

    Montana had another outstanding showing at the 2023 National Business Professionals of America Leadership Conference which was held in Anaheim, California on April 25-30, 2023. 6503 individuals from 23 state associations and three international countries attended. Montana's delegation represented 62 secondary chapters, 11 middle level chapters and 1 collegiate chapter. Business Professionals of America is the leading Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for...

  • Pre-K Roundup

    Updated Apr 22, 2023

  • Kindergarten Roundup

    Updated Apr 22, 2023

  • A Comment on Felting Eggs

    Updated Apr 18, 2023

    I love felting because it is so relieving. I love that you can make any creation you want. You can have any design on it and you can any color. When Tammy comes in my whole face lites up and she just brings a positive attitude. I got to make a sheep for Christmas, and an egg for Easter, and I got an Egg from the easter bunny. The second I got it I started on it. I love the kits because we get to just start right away.  I can't wait to see what she has in for my class next....

  • Lincoln School BPA chapters have strong showing at 2023 State Leadership Conference

    Laura Bullis, Lincoln School BPA Advisor|Updated Mar 30, 2023

    Our local Lincoln BPA high school and middle school chapters had an outstanding presence at the 2023 State Leadership Conference. Of the 16 students eligible to participate, 11 students placed in the top 10 in their events, meaning they were recognized in front of more than 1200 students who represent BPA Montana. Of the 11 students, six placed to move on to the National Leadership Conference. Jordyn Zarske placed 3rd in Digital Citizenship and 3rd in Financial Literacy. She a...

  • Snow Trek

    Roger Dey|Updated Jan 16, 2023

    The Lincoln High School Wildlife Biology Class took a hike to the Blackfoot River bottom south of the Lincoln Airport Friday afternoon, Jan. 6. The student strapped on snowshoes and made a loop through the bottom looking for good spots to set up game cameras to capture wildlife moving through the area....

  • Lincoln School music students celebrate Christmas with a pair of concerts

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Dec 20, 2022

    Lincoln student had the chance to show off their musical talents during a pair of concerts in the Lincoln School gym last week. The elementary students served up a some Christmas cheer Wednesday evening, Dec. 14, with each class from Pre-K through sixth grade handling classic Christmas tunes including the first graders rendition of "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" and fourth graders playing "Jolly old Saint Nicholas" on recorders. Fifth graders, accompanied by sixth graders...

  • School Agenda Nov

    Updated Nov 14, 2022

    LINCOLN PUBLIC SCHOOL Regular Board Meeting When: November 14, 2022 at 7:00 PM Where: Lincoln Public School Library Agenda I. Call to Order II. Pledge of Allegiance III. Approval of Minutes and Bills IV. PTSO Report V. Staff Representative Report VI. Student Representative Report VII. Public Comments for the Board VIII. Communications A. Action Items B. Informational C. Calendar of Events a. IX. Athletic Director A. AD Update B. Approve volunteer C. Schedules for athletics X. Clerk’s Report A. Clerk Update...

  • DAR Scholarship Applications Opened Nov. 1st

    News Release, Daughters of the American Revolution|Updated Nov 5, 2022

    The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution Scholarship and American Indians Committees opened online applications for students wanting to apply for any of their 27 national scholarship opportunities for graduating high school students, college undergraduates, and graduates on Nov. 1 through January 31, 2023, at 11:59 pm (Hawaii Time). The direct URL link to DAR Academic Works is A wide array of scholarships is available for student...

  • Lincon School's Halloween Walk

    Updated Nov 3, 2022

    Lincoln kids took their annual Halloween stroll down Main Street Monday afternoon, collecting treats along the way. See more photos at

  • Lincoln Public Schools seeking Snow Removal Bids

    Updated Nov 1, 2022

    Lincoln Schools is accepting bids for SNOW REMOVAL services for the 2022-2023 school year. Contractor must provide proof of liability insurance. Some but not all specifications are as follows: Remove accumulations of 4 inches or more by 6:00 A.M. and as necessary throughout the school day. Remove snow from perimeter of school buildings as directed. Distribute snow to perimeters of parking areas without causing damage to surround fence. School District will be a priority in...

  • School Board fills H.S. Girls Basketball coaching job, approves new admin position

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Oct 17, 2022

    The Lincoln School Board resolved their recent coaching kerfuffle at their Oct. 10 meeting, approving Superintendent Jen Packer as the head girls basketball coach The recommendation to approve Packer for the position passed in a four-to-one vote, with trustee Wendi Dietz as the sole no vote. Deitz told the BVD that Packer has the credentials and provided the required letter of interest but elaborated on comments made during the meeting. She said her opposition had to do with...

  • Lincoln Lynx Media

    Updated Oct 14, 2022

    Here is the link to Lincoln Lynx Media youtube channel

  • Notice Business Manager/Clerk Lincoln Public Schools

    Updated Oct 7, 2022

    NOTICE Whitney Cyr will be recommended for business manager/clerk of the school in 15 days....

  • Lincoln Public Schools Oct 10 Agenda

    Updated Oct 7, 2022

  • Lincoln School Board rescinds HS Girls B-Ball Coach decision

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Oct 5, 2022

    The Lincoln School Board rescinded their vote to hire Shane Brown as the high School girls head basketball coach during a special meeting held via Zoom Monday, Sept. 26. "We have to rescind it," School Board Chairman Aaron Birkholz said after calling the brief meeting to order. "If we don't the district court in Lewis and Clark County will rescind it. I'm advised that it is a very big no-no and that we should do this on our own." The vote to hire Brown was taken on the...

  • Coaching Kerfuffle

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Sep 21, 2022

    A debate surrounding the process for filling the girls head basketball coach position dominated the Lincoln School board meeting Sept.12. The conversation began after Athletic Director Shane Brown finished delivering an update on the school athletic programs and informed the trustees, they had a letter of interest in their packets for the coaching job. The position has been vacant since earlier this year. The school board had hired Dani Fry as coach, but she withdrew from the...

  • LHS students raising funds for October Yellowstone trip.

    Nancy Schwalm, Lincoln High School|Updated Sep 21, 2022

    Lincoln High school juniors and seniors have been fundraising to take a capstone three-day, two-night, trip to Yellowstone National Park Oct. 9-11, but they need your help to get across the finish line. Highlights of the trip will include viewing Old Faithful, wildlife-filled Lamar Valley, the Buffalo Bill Museum, the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center, Madison Buffalo Jump, and much more! Please contact Nancy Schwalm at [email protected] or Ryan Hollinger at...

  • First Day of School, take two

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Aug 23, 2022

    The first day of school at Lincoln turned into a full day of recess after problems with the power prompted the administration to close for the day and send the students home. "First day of school; always something on the first day, I tell ya," Lincoln Schools Superintendent Jen Packer told the BVD. Packer said when they got to school, they found there was only intermittent power throughout the building. In some rooms, the lights would come on, but computers had no power....

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