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300 South 11th Street
Springfield, IL 62703
217/525-3236
 

Announcements 5/31

May 31, 2021

Good Tuesday Morning Leopards! It's June 1st! Remember to be Respectful, Responsible, and Safe!

Happy Birthday to...... all of our summer birthdays! Wishing you great birthday wishes in advance!

Welcoming Ritual: On the first week of school we talk about setting goals, did you accomplish any of those goals this school year? Share your accomplishments with others.

GOLF: If your child is intersted interested in participating in golf for the 2021 season, please sign up with Mrs. Lott. Individual fees are $40 per athlete and are due June 6th. If you are can not make the entry fee deadline please give Mrs. Lott a call as we don't want any child to miss this opportunity.

COVID-19 Vaccine: Spfld Public School District has partnered with IDPH to host a vaccine clinic for students ages 12 and up. Please click here to register your child:  https://www.sps186.org/coronavirus/?p=140943 

Summer School: Parents and students regarding summer school: Please continue to check your emails and phone messages for information regarding summer school. Mrs. Sevener is our summer school coordinator and she is available to answer any questions you may have. Summer School begins Monday, June 14th!!

MIDDLE SCHOOL SURVEY: Attention 6th & 7th Graders: Please take this athletic survey, so we can get an idea of what sports you would like to do next school year. Make sure to select Lincoln Magnet School and you will only be able to take this survey once.  https://forms.gle/UHVVjSd9owYLztyv6

Malik Turner Football Camp: Malik Turner, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver and Springfield native, will be hosting a FREE youth football camp this summer on Saturday, July 10th. Please visit link with a parent to sign up for this awesome opportunity!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/malik-turner-compete-with-leek-youth-football-camp-tickets-155710218455

Activity Table: Please make sure to visit the activity table in the main hall, outside Mrs. Lott's office 111, for summer camp opportunities. Remote students please call and Mrs. Lott can mail or email you copies.

Bus Transportation Forms: Current 6th & 7th graders— Please have a parent complete the bus transportation form so that we will have bus information for you for next school year. Mrs. Heyen sent all parents an email with the form to be filled out. Please fill it out as soon as possible. If you are having trouble or need a paper copy please let an admin know.

Laptop Return for Remote Students: All Laptops will be collected June 2nd from 1:30 - 3:00 and June 3rd from 8:00 - 2:30. Please sign up for a return time via the email Mrs. Heyen sent to all parents, so that we can ensure adequate staff to help make the turn in process as smooth as possible. If one of these times does not work for you please let me know and we will try to find another solution. If you are attending summer school at LMS or a high school, touch base with Mrs. Sevener on the protocol for coming in or not.

Laptop Return for Hybrid Students: All Laptops will be collected June 2nd on the last day of school. If you have plans not to come on the last day, although we encourage everyone to attend as it will be fun, please see Mrs. Sevener or Mr. VanDerSlik to get your device and charging cord turned in. All students will keep their laptop bag with them over the summer. If you are attending summer school at LMS or a high school, you will keep your device with you on the lats day of school.

National Road Trip Day: The Friday before Memorial Day is declared National Road Trip Day and serves as the official kickoff of the summer road trip season. Millions of Americans hit the road each year over the long weekend, visiting friends and family while paying tribute to our American heroes.

National Cooler Day: National Cooler Day, the Friday before Memorial Day, makes staying cool easy this summer. As simple as the design of a cooler may seem, it wasn’t until the 1950s that the first cooler or “portable icebox” made the scene. In fact, the material needed to make coolers didn’t even exist until 1944. While we rely on coolers today to keep our food and beverages cold for various outdoor activities – they do so much more. Coolers save lives during disasters by carrying food (cold or hot) to areas affected by loss of power. Sporting events, fundraisers, and parades run more smoothly when volunteers bring their coolers along. They also keep medications at the proper temperature during shipping.

National Beef Burger Day

National Hamburger Day

 

Events: 

Wednesday, June 2nd

Last Day of School

Monday, June 14th

Summer School Begins