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Visit from W. Yellowstone marks football season home opener

After a tiring six-hour bus ride from West Yellowstone, the visiting Wolverines opened the 2018 football season for Lincoln Lynx fans with an impressive pair of gridiron games. First up for West was...

 

Lynx tussle with Wolverines in Saturday varsity battle

Coach Travis Williams suited up fourteen high school players Saturday night fora showdown against the fierce Wolverines of West Yellowstone. Coming off a big win against Valley Christian last week,...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    September 5, 2018

Football season a learning experience for players and coach

Lincoln Lynx new head football coach Travis William said the team is looking good at the start of the season, with more players taking the field than he's seen in a long time. "We've got a good...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    August 22, 2018

Lincoln School District unveils revamped policies, handbooks ahead of school year

As Lincoln School students head back to their classrooms next week, they can expect to see a few changes to the rules, as new policies enacted by the Lincoln School Board go into effect. Among the...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    August 22, 2018

Lincoln Preschool prepares to welcome youngsters

With Lincoln School's first class of 15 preschoolers set to arrive in less than a week, Sondra Grigsby said it's been a big challenge starting a preschool from scratch. "Luckily, I've worked in presch...

 

Stuff the bus for Back to School

It’s August and that means it’s almost ‘Back to School’ time again. Fortunately, Lincoln kids can start off right with a school supply giveaway planned for Monday, Aug. 20 from 5-7 p.m. at the Lincoln School Library. Although a program in... Full story

 

Lincoln Public School Supply List

Pre-School 1 box twist-up crayons(8 count) 1 bottles of Elmers glue; 5 glue sticks 10 wooden pencils (not mechanical) 1 pair of rubber-bottomed PE shoes (if they have laces, please be sure your child...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    July 25, 2018

Lincoln School upgrades water main

Lincoln Public School is upgrading their main water line this summer, swapping out the old PVC water line pipe for newer, more durable HDPE pipe. School custodian Derek Perez said it's mainly a...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    July 25, 2018

Lincoln School athletics program raising funds to replace failing scoreboard

When the scoreboard at the Lincoln Gym shorted out during a Jan. 11 home game against Phillipsburg, Lincoln School Athletic Director Laura Bullis broke out a whiteboard to keep score. This summer,...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    July 4, 2018

Public preschool set to begin this fall

Lincoln Public School Superintendent Carla Anderson officially announced that they will be offering public preschool for kids as young as three-and-a-half years old at the start of the new school...

 

4th Quarter Lincoln School Honor Roll

12th Grade Karissa Ninahuanca 4.0 Shelby Gaylord 4.0 Frances Cannon 3.846 Mandy Miller 3.6 Hunter Woodward 3.5 Payton Petersen 3.333 Clay Dailey 3.0 11th Grade Maggie Jorgensen 4.0 Bridger Kamps 4.0 B...

 

Delivering a VA that listens to Veterans

For generations Montanans have signed up to serve our nation with pride, answering the call of duty during times of peace and times of war. In fact, more there are more veterans per capita in Montana...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    June 6, 2018

Field Trip

The fires around Lincoln in 2015 and 2017 have left the landscape scarred with swaths of burned trees, but comparing them to the area of Copper Creek that burned in the devastating fires of 2003...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    June 6, 2018

Fun Day Fun Run

Makenzie Copenhaver (left) throws colored powder on Shanda Richards at the finish line of the Family Fun Day fun run while Lindsey Weisner and Hailey Corrigan laugh with Kylie Copenhaver. The 1-mile,...

 

Lincoln High School Class of 2018

Lincoln's graduating seniors...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    May 30, 2018

A history of fun at Lincoln's Elementary Track Day

Grade school kids from several small schools around the region descended on Lincoln, May 24 for the annual Elementary Track Day. Track Day brings elementary students from Helmville, Wolf Creek and...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    May 23, 2018

Two Lincoln athletes qualify for state Class C track meet

Two member of the Lincoln Track team are headed to Great Falls this Friday to compete in the State Class C track meet. Senior Payton Peterson qualified to compete in the discus event after a...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    May 16, 2018

Lincoln track team places fourth in Districts, prepares for Divisionals

The Lincoln High School Track team put up a solid showing on their way to fourth place team finishes for both the boys and girls at last weekend's District track meet in Missoula. "They did awesome....

 
 By News release    School    May 9, 2018

Teacher Appreciation on tap at Lincoln School this week

Teacher Appreciation is filling our school this week. The teachers are being treated all week with breakfast, lunch, and homemade treats from local parents as well as a full on catered lunch from...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    May 2, 2018

Absenteeism, poor scores affect Lincoln 7-8 accreditation

Issues with absenteeism and failing grades among Lincoln's Junior High School students has taken a toll on the middle school's accreditation status this spring, placing it in an "Advice" category,...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    May 2, 2018

MCT brings 'Gulliver's Travels' and a unique student experience to Lincoln

The Missoula Children's Theater returned to Lincoln School last week with their take on the Jonathan Swift classic "Gulliver's Travels," and the play drew a record number of students interested in...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    April 18, 2018

Preparing for a 21st Century Prom

Junior Prom. As life events go, it's probably one of the most anticipated and memorable events of any student's high school experience. But prom's don't just happen. They take a lot of coordination,...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    April 11, 2018

Keeping practice on track

How do you train for track meets when your school's own track is buried under two feet of snow? With track practice beginning in mid-March, snow is an issue Lincoln School Track Coach John Beckman II...

 
 By Hope Quay    School    April 4, 2018

Gardner takes on literacy coach role

Longtime Lincoln educator Annette Gardner has been chosen to lead Lincoln Schools' new Literacy Project as the Montana Comprehensive Literacy Plan Instructional Coach. The position - a long mouthful...

 
 By Roger Dey    School    April 4, 2018

Pie in the Face

For weeks, the Lincoln School Student Council has been collecting canned and dried goods for a food drive to benefit the Lincoln Food Bank and the Lincoln Senior Center. As an incentive, each...

 

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