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2012 Grad Finishes Year as Miss Wisconsin

MPSD-nation-pelot.jpgLHS Class of 2012 Grad Courtney Pelot will be watching Saturday night's Miss America broadcast in Atlantic City from the sidelines this year.

Last year she was there on stage, representing her alma mater and the state as Miss Wisconsin. Courtney handed off her crown this summer to the new Miss Wisconsin, McKenna Collins.

In Courtney's year as Miss Wisconsin, she made more than 190 appearances, visited 31 schools and logged about 34,000 miles across Wisconsin promoting her literacy platform. The Manitowoc native said the year "shaped me into the young woman I am today." She plans to return to Manitowoc later this fall to visit special education classrooms and continue her work in literacy. 

Read more about Courtney here and here.

Welcome Back to School, Future Ships Alumni!

Remember when you walked the halls of Lincoln, Washington, Wilson and your elementary school? It's back to school time for our future Ships alumni who returned to classes this week for the 2017-18 school year.

Do you have a younger sibling, child or grandchild in school? Please support them and their learning! 

Enjoy these #firstdayofschool photos and see more photos on our Facebook page. 

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New Head Basketball Coach Hired

Thadd Cornell, former head coach at Mishicot High School, was hired Wednesday to lead the Manitowoc Lincoln High boys’ basketball program. Cornell, who has more than 20 years experience as a head coach, replaces Brian Gallagher who resigned the position in April. 

The Ships first game is November 25 against Two Rivers at 7 p.m. in the JFK Fieldhouse.

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Congratulations, Class of 2017!

mpsd-graduation2017.jpegCongratulations to our newest alumni, the Class of 2017!!

Friday was a beautiful, sunny day - perfect for our traditional graduation in the Lincoln High bowl. We are proud of our graduates and wish them all the best in their future journeys. You will ALWAYS be welcome back at Lincoln - come back and visit your teachers and share your life experiences with future classes of students.

See graduation photos by Lincoln's yearbook staff and the Herald Times Reporter.