Congratulations to the Lincoln HS Ships gymnastics team and Coach Jacque Bartow for placing 2nd at the WIAA sectional championship at Kaukauna HS.
The 2nd-place finish earns the Ships Gymnastics Team the opportunity to compete at the state level in Wisconsin Rapids next weekend! Also, sophomore Brynn Tackett placed 1st in the All-Around Division to compete at WIAA State as an individual. #ShipsPride!
Congratulations to Brynn Tackett for earning WIAA All-Around champion at sectionals!
Six students in Lincoln High School's Fashion Design class recently got the opportunity to travel to Chicago were they toured the fashion school at Columbia College, a design studio and class, behind the scenes at Trunk Club and spent some time enjoying the city.
It was an all-expense paid trip by A Bigger World Foundation out of Chicago. Their desire is to give kids experiences through travel that they may not otherwise have a chance to experience.
Thank you to the Manitowoc Sunrise Rotary Club for its "Read to Succeed" partnership with the Manitowoc Public School District!
Rotarians recently donated $1,400 to the district to purchase “Hickory, Dickory, Dock” nursery rhyme books for all 430 children in MPSD's 4K program to keep and take home.
Literacy is a major emphasis for the Sunrise Rotary. They believe helping children to develop competency in this area is vitally important to their future educational success. This is the 5th year of the club’s “Read to Succeed” partnership with the public school system. Thank you to the Sunrise Rotary for your continuous support and donation!!
Lori Brandt (left), Early Childhood Coordinator, and Deborah Shimanek, Director of Elementary & Secondary Education for the MPSD, recently showed Manitowoc Sunrise Rotary members the various creative learning areas of 4K classrooms and explained how reading is taught in each of these areas.
Random Acts of Cupcakes?
Five students in Wilson Jr. High's Family, Foods, and Friends cooking class participated in Random Acts of Cupcakes. They baked and frosted more than 150 cupcakes to pass out to their unsuspecting peers between classes.
Well done, students!!