Academics

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Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Parent-Teacher Conferences

Finals-2:40pm Dismissal

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Finals-2:40pm Dismissal

Finals

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Finals - dismissal for all students at 2:40pm both days

8th Grade Retreat

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8th Grade Retreat

7th Grade Field Trip

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7th Grade Field Trip

All-Academic Students

Joel Ebert, Emmi Moll and Sidnee Lebsock are being recognized for distinguished scholarship by the Omaha World Herald All-Academic Program.  These students ranked in the top 4 percent of all graduating seniors in the State of Nebraska.  Joel, Emmi and Sidnee will appear in the Scholars section of the Omaha World Herald on May 11.  Congratulations!!
 

Long-Term Substitute Needed

LL is in need of a long-term substitute for Spanish classes.  Assignment will begin approximately November 6 and will run through December 20.  Please contact Matt Heibel @ 467-5404 or mheibel@lincolnlutheran.org for more information.

Summer Science Camp & Research Opportunities

Nebraska EPSCOoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) sponsor 3 to 5 day residential camps at colleges and universities in Nebraska for middle school and high school students.  Participants get to:  (1) stay in dorms and experience a taste of college life, (2) make friends from across that state, (3) work in university science labs, (4) work with university researchers and community science experts, (5) get oustide and experience science in a natural setting, (6) compete in design contests, (7) relax during movie night, outdoor adventures, rec.

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8th Grade Kansas City Trip

The annual 8th Grade Kansas City Trip to the WWI Liberty Memorial and Museum was an excellent academic experience and a fun last "hurrah" for Lincoln Lutheran's 8th grade class. This field trip highlights WWI and the era surrounding the Great War.  It was the fourth annual trip, but the first to begin with snow! The snow did not keep the 41 students and their 5 chaperones from enjoying a day of outside-the-classroom learning.

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The Sky-pe is the Limit!

It's not your grandma's geography lesson! In 7th and 8th grade social studies, students are getting to visit the 50 states through an activity called Mystery Skype. Though the idea is not new, it is a novelty in the middle school history curriculum. Starting on Wednesday, August 29, students were given the opportunity to "meet" multiple people from different parts of the country. The activity would begin with the "Mystery Guest" introducing him or herself and stating the region in which he or she lives.

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