Good Morning Leopards!!! Today is Thursday, September 24th
Happy Birthday Shout Out to Mrs. Gates!!! Enjoy your day!
Cross Country: Great meet yesterday at Lincoln Park, Leopards!
Congratulations to those who posted personal best times: Clayton B, Alex H, Sam H, Jack W, Cameron T, and Kiersten G. We are off today. Let's be ready for practice Friday, 3 - 4pm at Lincoln Park. Also, we have added a meet to our schedule, October 7th, Lincoln Park at 3:45. This will help us get ready for the Sectional at Lincoln Park on October 16. Keep up the good work. We are proud of you!!
Softball: Come on out tonight to support our girls softball team as they take on St. Agness School in the second round of Regionals. Game starts at 4:30pm and is being played at St. Agnes/SHG field off Washington Street. Looking forward for the win so we can play on Saturday! Let's Go Lady Leopards!!!!
PARENT SUPPORT: Do you feel like virtual learning is hard for you as a parent? Do you know how to check your student's grades? Are you an expert at CANVAS? Are you unsure of where to go for help? WELL.... you are at the right place! Lincoln Magnet is going to begin offerring parent training Zoom meetings to help make life easier. Principal Heyen has sent, and will continue to send emails and parent links for the sign up.
LMS Administration will hold several parent trainings via Zoom at lunch time next week. Please attend on a day that is convenient for you, and RSVP with this signup link. If you did not sign up in advance but would like to come and need the Zoom link, please call the main office.
Thursday, September 24th at 12 PM OR Friday September 25th at 12 PM.
Sign Up Link: https://signup.com/go/BJQNroo
Advisory Survey: Students, it is a requirement that everyday you log into all classes and read announcements, complete work, check the Canvas calendar, etc... Please remember to complete your SEL survey each day. We want to keep in touch with how everyone is doing and it counts for attendance as well.
National Calendar Day: Today is "National Punctuation Day!" National Punctuation Day commemorates all punctuation on September 24th. A period, a comma, a semicolon, a question mark and an exclamation point are examples of some of the punctuation used in writing. They separate sentences and their elements to clarify meaning. Without them, meaning would be lost or up for interpretation. For some fun, the founder of the observance sends out a challenge every year. Visit Jeff Rubin’s website to enter the contest!....?????.....;;;;;.....:::::.....!!!!!
Thursday, Sept. 24th
Softball Regional Game v. St. Agnes @4:30pm- SHG/St. Agnes
Admin Talks Make-up (students see email from Mrs. Sevener)
Friday, Sept. 25th
Cross Country Practice @3-4pm- Lincoln Park