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  • 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    The Lincoln School Board rescinded their vote to hire Shane Brown as the high School girls head basketball coach during a special meeting held via Zoom Monday, Sept. 26.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...

  • Public land hunting advocate Randy Newberg pays a visit to Lincoln School

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Aug 31, 2022

    Randy Newberg of Bozeman is known for two things: his love of hunting and his love of public lands, and that has made him one of the country's leading advocates for access to public lands by hunters. Newberg, who fans of hunting shows may know from 'On Your Own Adventures' or 'Leupold's Fresh Tacks' TV show, visited Lincoln High School Thursday morning, April 7 to talk to Nancy Schwalm's wildlife class - and a few members of the community who took time to stop in - about the...

  • Hook, line and...sucker?

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Aug 31, 2022

    The calls of sandhill cranes echoed off the nearby hillsides above Alice Creek Ranch. On the ponds below, the calm surface of the water was broken only by handmade flies, the occasional spinner and a rather large muskrat. With the end of the school year on the horizon, Lincoln School science teacher Nancy Schwalm and a handful of students took advantage of a surprisingly mild evening Wednesday June 1 to fish the ponds at the historic ranch property and enjoy a tailgate...

  • 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....

  • Photos: On to elementary

    Updated Jun 14, 2022

    A dozen Lincoln children bid farewell to Kindergarten during the kindergarten graduation Wednesday May 8. Kindergarten teacher Kurtis Janzen presented the kids with both their diplomas and an award highlighting each child's special interest or contribution the class...

  • Waxing Historic

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Jun 14, 2022

    Lincoln Middle School history students presented their final presentations for the year during a pair of "Wax Museum" displays, open to the public, at the Lincoln School gym Tuesday morning, June 7. The students, dressed as various historic figures, waited for visitors to hit a "play button" that launched them into their presentation on the person they represented. The morning started with the 7th grade World Cultures and Geography class, who portrayed figures from world...

  • Graduation Day

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Jun 14, 2022

    "Imagine going to a school; a school that is small but safe; a school where everybody knows everyone; where peer and friend mean the same thing. Imagine going to a school where you're not just a number, but a priority; a school where you are loved; where you consider your teachers and classmates, coaches and teammates to be a second family, and school your second home. This is Lincoln Public School." With those words Jenna Templeton opened her valedictory address at Lincoln's...

  • Photos: Nearing the finish line of the school year at Elementary Track Day

    Updated Jun 1, 2022

    Lincoln and Helmville Elementary School kids came otgether in Lincoln for a fun day of track and field events....

  • Music Through the Decades

    Updated Jun 1, 2022

    Lincoln Elementary School students sang their way through the decades during their annual spring concert at the Lincoln School gym Thursday, May 19. The concert featured songs ranging from the turn of the 20th century through today. A planned performance of 'Ghostbusters' by the preschool class had to be scrapped due to a stomach bug that kept most of the class home, so the kindergartners kicked off the show with a rendition of the classic 'I've been working on the Railroad"...

  • Lincoln Students fare well at BPA National Conference

    Laura Bullis, Lincoln Public Schools|Updated May 18, 2022

    It was another stellar year for Montana at the 2022 National Business Professionals of America Leadership Conference, which was held May 5-8 in Dallas, Texas. Five thousand one hundred sixty eight individuals from 23 state associations and three international countries attended. The Montana's delegation represented six secondary chapters, seven middle level chapters and one post-secondary chapter. A total Montana Association representation of 471 attendees (365 students, 64...

  • A Night Under the Stars

    Updated May 4, 2022

    About 60 parents, friends and family members crowded into the Lincoln Community Hall Friday night, April 29 to see the students in all their finery during the Grand March. After the crowd left, the kids danced to tunes spun by DJ Jim Tolan....

  • Lincoln students learn to needle-felt

    Updated Apr 21, 2022

    Stacey Mannix invited local fiber artist Tammy Jordan to her 5th grade classroom Thursday, April 14 to teach students how to needle-felt an Easter egg, just in time for the upcoming Easter holiday weekend. Thirteen students created their own rendition of a decorated egg using dyed wool from Jordan's sheep and a sharp instrument called a felting needle. Jordan explained how the wool was processed and how she used dyes to create the various colors for students to use in their...

  • Star Student

    Updated Apr 21, 2022

    Lincoln Elementary School's Star Student of the Week recognizes three to four Pre-K through 3rd grade students per week who attend school regularly, are respectful to teachers and peers, and complete school work to the best of their abilities. Students are nominated by their teacher and the winners are announced at lunch every Thursday. Winners get to sit with a buddy at lunch and go to the front of the lunch line for the whole next week. *Our apologies: We forgot to include...

  • Lincoln School 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

    Updated Apr 21, 2022

    3th Grade Allesondra Russ 4.0 Jenna Templeton 4.0 Damion Birkholz 3.2 11th Grade Jessica Zarske 4.0 Gianna Gardella 3.667 Jaylin Lewenight 3.5 10th Grade Kylee Copenhaver 4.0 Trever Tolan 3.857 Miyah Davis 3.714 Wesson Dempster 3.571 9th Grade Noah Barnett 4.0 Andrew Brown 4.0 Andrea Weisner 4.0 Delia Tolan 3.857 Teegan Tybo 3.857 Paige Gilbert 3.286 8th Grade Roegun Dietz 4.0 Kayden Tybo 3.727 Makena Copenhaver 3.6 7th Grade Elijah Barnett 4.0 Remi Dietz 4.0 Hailey Smith...

  • Freezout Lake Field Trip Awes Lincoln High School Students

    Connie McCafferty|Updated Apr 12, 2022

    March 24 was a school day "on the bus" for Lincoln High School students. A field trip to Freezout Lake, between Fairfield and Choteau, was originally scheduled only for Nancy Schwalm's Wildlife Biology class, but when word leaked out about the adventure, the administration decided that all students in grades 9-12 would go. Have you ever tried to get a teenager out of bed at 4 a.m.? Everyone had to be present at the school at 5 a.m. for a bus departure that would get the group...

  • DAR to recognize Birkholz with Good Citizen Award

    News Release, DAR Oro Fino Chapter|Updated Apr 6, 2022

    Damion Birkholz, Lincoln High School Senior, has been selected as the 2021-2022 winner of the Good Citizen Award by Daughters of the American Revolution Oro Fino Chapter. Damion will be honored at the May 2022 Chapter Meeting of the Oro Fino Chapter in Helena on Saturday, May 14. Chapter members invited all seniors in Lewis & Clark, Broadwater and Jefferson counties to participate in the annual Good Citizen Award Contest, which recognizes outstanding young people who exhibit...

  • Read It Night Returns to Lincoln School

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Apr 6, 2022

    Dozens of elementary school kids and their parents filled the Lincoln School gym Thursday March 24 for the return of the school's Read-it Family Literacy Night. Kids from preschool through sixth grade scattered throughout the gym to take part in several Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math activities, all tied to stories presented by staff members. Lincoln school librarian Joanie Templeton said the Read-It program began under Kris Jacobson nearly 30 years ago....

  • MCT takes kids on a trip into the Wildwood with 'Hansel and Gretel'

    Roger Dey, BVD|Updated Mar 23, 2022

    Missoula Children's Theater, working with the POUNCE program at Lincoln Schools, returned to for a second year March 11 and 12 with a presentation of a re-imagined classic Hansel & Gretel. "Last year was supposed to be our off year," said POUNCE director Jackie Grantier, "but it was postponed ... because of COVID, so we did have it last year." Grantier said they had a close to record number of students turnout for the play, with 47 kids taking part. The retelling of the story...

  • Guest Readers Program brings community into the classroom

    Connie McCafferty, BVD|Updated Mar 23, 2022

    Twice a week, folks from the greater Lincoln community come to Cailey DenBoer's first grade classroom to read to her students and initiate a lively discussion with questions and answers about their book. The children gather around the guest reader in the library corner of the room and listen with rapt attention. One component of the attention-getting events are the new guests. Who are they? What book did they bring? DenBoer's goals for the visit are for the students to practic...

  • Lincoln High School and Middle School Students to Attend BPA National Leadership Conference in Dallas

    Laura Bullis, Lincoln Schools BPA Advisor|Updated Mar 23, 2022

    Students from Lincoln High School and Middle School Business Professionals of America chapters have qualified to attend the 2022 BPA National Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas, May 3-8. The conference will bring together an estimated six thousand delegates from across the country to vie for top honors in business, finance, technology, marketing and health administration skills competitions; attend leadership and professional development workshops; receive awards for...

  • Lady Little Lynx showcase the next generation

    Connie McCafferty|Updated Mar 10, 2022

    In a hastily scheduled pickup game that left the bleachers only partiality filled, the Lincoln Junior High ladies took on the Darby Lady Tigers on Saturday afternoon, March 5 on the Lynx home court. The junior high squads, made up of 4th, 5th, 6th and junior high age players, are a window into things to come. Despite the score, the top athletes get a chance to showcase their stuff and give the hometown fans a reason to hope that good things are coming down the pike in future...

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