Here are some interesting facts about the history of the Lincoln School District. Did you know? Lincoln Consolidated School District is the result of 13 one-room schools which consolidated in 1924. The schools were built between 1844 through 1899 Lowden School – 1853 has been relocated to the elementary school campus . . .
Welcome to the February chapter of the Lincoln Legacy. The original building expands: • After 1928 a one story garage is added to the west side. • During the 1930s a second floor is added to the garage to have a cafeteria . . .
As we approach the end of another school year and the graduation of the Class of 2012 let’s look back to Lincoln’s first graduates – the Class of 1925. • The Class of 1925 consisted of three students – Velma Briggs, Freida . . .
For this month’s Lincoln Legacy let’s venture outside for the Spring sports season of 1947. As you will recall school sports opportunities for girl athletes did not exist until the 1970’s. You will note that Lincoln fielded a . . .
Lincoln Legacy January 2012 As we begin a new year we also look back at Lincoln’s athletic history. Before the advent of Title IX and girl’s athletic competition only boys participated in . . .
As we approach another holiday season lets look back in Lincoln history. The following editorial was printed in the December 11, 1945 edition of the school paper, Lincoln Highlights. The Second World War had finally ended and the . . .
For this month’s offering of Lincoln Legacy let’s go back in time before the internet, cell phones and even television. In the early decades of the Lincoln District, the Lincoln School Community League existed. The purpose of . . .