Principal. Asst. Principal. Dean of Students. Starlynn Daley. Christine Geyer. Richard Coshun Jerry Luckett

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1 MAY-JUNE 2014 Lincoln Middle School * th Avenue * Kenosha, WI * (Attendance) * (Fax) Principal Starlynn Daley Asst. Principal Christine Geyer Dean of Students Richard Coshun Jerry Luckett School Hrs: 8:40-3:46 1/2 Day: Released at 12:00 Dear Families: This is the final newsletter of the school year, and I want to take this opportunity to thank you for helping to make this a great year! Without your support we could not do the many things that we do with and for your child. As we draw to the close of the school year please remember the following: Communication It is very important that we communicate so that we can gain insight on how to best meet the needs of our families. You can look for us to communicate with you through Parent Newsletters, , phone messenger, Lincoln School website (http://lincoln.kusd.edu/), meetings, and parent teacher conferences. Dress Code As the weather warms up, please remember the KUSD Dress for Learning Policy For more information on the Dress Code Policy visit in the search box type dress code policy. You can also call me ( ) if you have questions. Safety Everyone has a responsibility for safety and security. Please stay aware and report strange or unusual behavior to staff, also report dangerous items or hazardous conditions. Communicate situations that make you uncomfortable. Again, thanks for making this school year a success! Ms. Daley Ms. Geyer

2 Just a reminder that Middle School Summer School Registration officially began on March 25th. Registration information for parents can be found on the KUSD Summer School Website.

3 Lincoln's Drama Club will be presenting 15 Reasons Not To Be In A Play by Alan Haehnel. 15 Reasons is a play in one act that takes a comedic look at the excuses youngsters give for not wanting to be on stage. Showtimes: May 29th and 30th at 7:00pm (doors open at 6:30) May 31st at 2:00pm (doors open at 1:30) Tickets will be available at the door or through student participants. Prices: $2 for students, 3$ for seniors, and $5 for adults. Thank you for supporting Lincoln's Theatre Department, and we hope you enjoy the show! Congratulations to 8th grader, Meghan S., for being chosen as the May Artist of the Month. You can view Meghan's artwork on cable channel 20 or the Fine Arts Showcase Slideshow on the KUSD website. Great job, Meghan! Middle School Calendar Changes June 11 will change from an early release day to a full student school day. June 12 will be an early release student day (last day for students). June 13 will be the staff workday.

4 LINCOLN JOINS THE FIGHT AGAINST CANCER There is no doubt that cancer is a serious problem right here in Kenosha. By the end of 2014, there will be an estimated 30,000 plus new cancer cases right in our backyard. Too many people continue to hear the words you have cancer, and too many lives continue to be lost. On May 30th, Lincoln Middle School Student Council and Dream Girls will be sponsoring a walk for cancer benefiting the American Cancer Society. This event will take place during the school day. Besides our students and staff, we are inviting family members, any cancer survivors from our Lincoln family and some community members to join us in celebrating life while also raising funds to help find a cure for cancer. This year we are asking that students either bring in a plain white t-shirt to decorate (in advisory or at home), purchase a t-shirt (Lincoln will be selling t-shirts) or wear an already owned shirt that is cancer related. White t-shirts to decorate are needed by May 9th in order to have time to decorate them. The day is going to start out with a breakfast in the park where donuts and juice will be available for purchase. The Walk for cancer will begin at 12:00 for 7 th graders, 1:15 for 6 th graders and 2:30 for 8 th graders. All participants will pay $3.00 to participate in the walk for cancer. Several booths will be set up outside selling concessions and various cancer related items as well as having some games and contests for the students to participate in. All proceeds from this will go to the American Cancer Society. Inside, during the weeks prior we will be selling memory bags in honor of or in memory of someone who has been affected with cancer. There will also be cancer buttons and pink ribbon sugar cookies for sale all to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Parents are invited to participate in the walk with your child s grade level and/or make a donation. Please fill out the attached form to indicate your (the parents) interest in participating or to make a donation and return to your child s advisory teacher. We are hoping for 100% participation from our students and no student will be excluded due to inability to provide a t-shirt or pay the participation fee. Please contact your child s advisory teacher if there is financial hardship. Students do not need a permission slip to participate in the walk for cancer. The week of the walk will be a school spirit week. Tuesday, May 27th wear black (skin cancer) Wednesday, May 28th wear pink (breast cancer) Thursday, May 29th wear purple (all cancers) Friday, May 30th Wear cancer t-shirt for the walk ****This section is for parents only. Please fill out and return to your child s teacher as soon as possible or by May 29, 2014 I, parent of am interested in participating in the Lincoln Middle School walk for cancer on May 30 th. Enclosed is $3.00 per participant. I will be walking at: Please circle the time that corresponds with your child s grade level. 12:00 1:00 7th grade 1:15-2:15 6th grade 2:30 3:30 8 th grade I am unable to participate in the walk for cancer but would like to donate $. I would like to donate a plain white t-shirt for someone in need. Parent Signature

5 Walk for Cancer T-Shirt Order Form NAME: PHONE: ADVISORY TEACHER: FRONT ITEM t-shirt 50/50 Cotton Poly Light Purple shirt With dark purple design S M L XL $10.00 T-Shirt is available in size 2XL for an additional $2.00 and size 3XL for an additional $3.00 SIZE (Circle one) QUANTITY PRICE EACH TOTAL MATERIAL COLOR ADULT SIZES PRICE Please read the following information carefully before filling out the individual order form. All information must be complete on the order form to correctly fill the order. ** Carefully complete the order form using the information on the chart below. This t-shirt is special order and cannot be returned for wrong size. If writing a check, please write your child s school ID# in the memo. Make checks payable to Lincoln Middle School. ORDER FORMS AND PAYMENT DUE TO MRS. WAYNES BY: MAY 12th

6 A very important parent and or student meeting is scheduled for June 9th, 2014 after school from 4:00-5:15 PM for students interested in playing football for Lincoln Middle School this fall, ( school year). Students will receive a packet of forms that will be discussed, and to help answer any questions. 7th Grade News End of the Year Picnic on June 11th See your teachers for details! End of the Year Field Trip to Rec Plex on May 21 Medieval Days May 22 and 23

7 MAY-JUNE CALENDAR May 6 Band Concert, 7:30, Auditorium May 7 Drury Lane Theater Field Trip, 9:00 am 6:00 pm May 8 Elementary Orchestra Rehearsal, 4:00-5:15, Room 114 May 13 Volleyball Game, 4:30, Lincoln at Mahone May 14 Tech Wizards Field Trip, 7:15 am 2:30 pm Gateway May 14 Track, Lincoln at Lance, 4:30 May 15 Orchestra Concert, 7:30 pm, Auditorium May 15 Volleyball Game, 4:30, Lincoln at Washington May Ohio Music Field Trip, 6:00 am 5:00 pm, Sandusky, Ohio May Cheer Try-Outs, 4:30-6:30, Cafeteria May 20 Volleyball Game, 4:30, Lance at Lincoln May 21 Rec Plex Field Trip, 9:00 am 3:00 pm May 21 Track, 4:30, Lincoln at Mahone May 22 Choir Concert, 7:30, Auditorium May 22 Volleyball Game, 4:30, Bullen at Lincoln May 23 Early Release, for Students and Staff, 12:00 May 26 Memorial Day, No School May 27 Cheer Parent Meeting, 4:30-6:00 pm Cafeteria May Spring Play, 7:00, Auditorium May 30 Track Banquet, Ice Cream Social, 4:00-5:15, Cafeteria May 30 Walk for Cancer May 31 Spring Play, 2:00, Auditorium June 2 Great America Field Trip, 9:45 am 7:00 pm June 3-8 Washington DC Trip June 9 Football Information Meeting, 4:00-5:15, Parent and Student, Cafeteria June 11 Full School Day 8:40-3:46 June 12 Early Release, 12:00 Last Day of School June 12 8 th Grade Ceremony, 10:30-12:00, Auditorium June 13 Staff Workday

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