Please extend a warm welcome to Duane Simmons, the newly hired Principal of Jackson Elementary School and Jason Bull, district Director of Teaching, Learning and Assessment. Both have demonstrated quality leadership and skills and are very talented individuals. They will be assets to our school district and the community.
Bull most recently served as Principal of Sheboygan North High School. Simmons returns to MPSD to lead Jackson Elementary after two years as Principal of Sheboygan Central High School. He previously served as a guidance counselor at MPSD for Lincoln High School and Monroe and Stangel Elementary Schools.
Read more in the Herald Times Reporter
Class of 2016 graduates Victoria Bond, Mara Bowman, Emma Dill, Sarah Greene, Crystal Knox, Nicole Palama, Lauren Solkowski, Isabel Strazny and Violet York have earned the prestigious Global Education Achievement Certificate (GEAC).
The requirements for this distinction include the ability to communicate in a language other than English with minimum of 4 years of language study, at least 4 credits in courses with a global focus, complete independent reviews or reflections on at least 8 works of international/cultural media, demonstrate an interest in global citizenship by partaking in at least 4 co-curricular and other school-sponsored activities in grades 9-12 and complete a global/cross-cultural public service project involving at least 20 hours of work.
These nine graduates will leave Lincoln with a strong global competence. They have the capacity and disposition to understand and act on issues of global significance. As globally competent graduates, they are aware, curious, and interested in learning about the world and how it works and are prepared to work in a global society.
PHOTO CAPTION: Students pictured from top left: Mara Bowman, Violet York, Lauren Solkowski, Emma Dill, Sarah Greene. Second row: Victoria Bond, Nicole Palama, Isabel Strazny, Crystal Knox.
The Board of Education recently awarded plaques to the participants of the Youth Apprenticehip program in appreciation of students' hard work. There were 91 students in the 2015-16 program.
Youth Apprenticeship is a rigorous one- or two-year program that combines academic and technical classroom instruction with mentored paid on-the-job training for juniors and seniors. Students are selected for the program based on their interview, application, attendance and academic records. This program gives students a chance to "try out" a potential career interest before graduation, which often times leads to a promising career.
Read more about Youth Apprenticeships and Career to Work Opportunities