Manitowoc Ships Pride!
Welcome, Ships, to your very own Manitowoc Nation. The Manitowoc Nation is for alumni, community members, businesses, students, staff, friends, family and supporters of Ships (and those aspiring to be future Ships).
We are your trusted source of information about what's happening with your fellow Ships, Nation events, reunions and celebrations of our current and alumni students and staff. Alumni can share class reunion and class notes information on the Nation website. Community partnerships, such as youth apprenticeships and other job, career and networking opportunities, also can be shared here.
We invite you to join the Manitowoc Nation today! It's free and a great way to show your #ShipsPride. Students, staff, alumni and the community are part of an exceptional legacy that began when Lincoln High opened its doors on Lake Michigan in 1924. (The school district's roots date back to 1850: read more.) The Nation and its members work to support the Ships and each other.
Thank you for your support. We look forward to building a vibrant Manitowoc Nation!
Congratulations to 2005 Lincoln alumnus and Manitowoc Ald. Jeremiah Novak for winning the local chamber's "Champion Award" for his efforts to improve downtown Manitowoc.
Novak received the award Tuesday, Feb. 6 at the Chamber of Manitowoc County's 101st annual award dinner at the Holiday Inn.
Novak helped with establishing the "Grow it Forward Site" for the community built garden; planting flower pots and distributing them from downtown Manitowoc to the SS Badger dock; and sitting on the steering committee for the Lakeshore Balloon Glow. He also paved the way for an outdoor ice rink in Burger Park and created the Ice on Eighth event.
Read much more about Novak's civic and governmental service in Tuesday's HTR article.
Courtesy of Herald Times Reporter: Novak receives award
Congratulations to Kelsey Czaplewski (LHS senior), Rayen Hang (Washington Jr. High freshman) and Courtney Gomm (2017 LHS graduate) for their selection and performance at the January 1, 2018 Citrus Bowl "All-American Halftime Show."
The students tried out last summer and were selected among the High School Cheer, Dance, Color Guard and Baton athletes from 43 other states.
The trio worked very hard on their own time learning choreography for the show and rehearsed at Orlando for 10 hours with the entire cast. We are very PROUD of these athletes, their accomplishments and hard work! #ShipsPride
Kelsey Czaplewski, Rayen Hang, Courtney Gomm
2013 Lincoln High alumnus and Manitowoc Symphony Orchestra violinist Jeffrey Erdman will present his senior violin recital Friday, Jan. 5 at Silver Lake College.
The 7 p.m. recital, which is free and open to the public, will feature pieces by composers Antonio Vivaldi, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Jean-Baptiste Accolay and Fritz Kreisler. Erdman has been playing violin for 13 years. He is studying choral, general and instrumental music education at Silver Lake. Read more about Erdman in the Herald Times Reporter.