Lincoln Lutheran

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Painting for Good

The Community Outreach Team recently spent a Saturday painting at Nonprofit Hub, whose slogan is: “Here for good.” The Hub is a local organization that serves non-profit agencies in a variety of different capacities. The COT, always looking for new partners to serve, tried to bring a little "paint for good" to the nonprofit's newly renovated office space. Click "view" to read on.

LL Afternoon at the Saltdogs

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Lincoln Lutheran takes over the Saltdogs

Labor Day (no school)

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Labor Day (no school)

Picture Day

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Picture Day

Sixth Grade Field Trip

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Sixth Grade Field Trip

First Day of School

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First Day of School

New Student Orientation/Open House

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New Student Orientation/Open House

Spring Cleaning at the Lighthouse

Have you noticed the several light bulb sculptures around town? They are in recognition of the Lighthouse’s outstanding work, helping Lincoln’s youth with graduation and vital life skills training. For 26 years the Lighthouse has been a beacon of hope for high school students. For three hours on Saturday, the Lincoln Lutheran Community Outreach Team shared in that mission with some "spring cleaning" for the after-school organization.

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Principal Heibel reads a little Dr. Seuss

On Monday, February 29th, Principal Matt Heibel visited the Kindergartners at Trinity Lutheran School to help them celebrate Dr. Seuss week. He read Marvin K Mooney will You Please Go Now! by Dr. Seuss as well as The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt. You can check out all the pictures on Facebook. Looks like fun was had by both the students as well as Mr. Heibel!

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Reflections on our 1:1 Initiative

Lincoln Lutheran Middle and High School implemented a school-wide 1:1 Bring-Your-Own-Device initiative in the 2014-2015 school year. Now, more than halfway through its second year, Principal Matt Heibel has been impressed with how well the transition has gone and with the willingness of classroom teachers to integrate a variety of instructional technology into lessons. “We did everything we could to be prepared. What has helped make the change so successful is the leadership of our teachers and the willingness of our students to embrace the change.”

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