HELP MAKE THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY TRIBUTE TO LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL POSSIBLE

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Dear Friend of Lincoln High School,
A group of Lincoln High School alumni, staff, and supporters have begun a
LincolnBronzecampaign to raise funds to purchase the sculpture Abraham Lincoln by Jim Maher from Spearfish, SD. The sculpture is currently on display in front of First National Bank as part of the Sculpture Walk in downtown Sioux Falls. Once the statue is purchased, it will be displayed permanently at Lincoln High School. The life-size sculpture is a wonderful piece that shows a compassionate Lincoln as a teacher.
In celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Lincoln High School, please
consider contributing to this marvelous piece of art that gives tribute to the namesake of our fine school. Click here and fill out the contribution form and return it to:

Jim Dorman
LHS 50th Anniversary Project
2900 S Cliff Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57105

Or click the donate button below:




For a contribution of $1,000 orLHS50

more, your name will be placed on the sculpture plaque. Donations are tax deductible.
Thank you for your consideration in contributing to this tribute to Sioux Falls Lincoln High School.

With appreciation,
Kevin R. Nyberg,   LHS Hall of Fame 2009

Jim Dorman,  Assistant Principal

Oct 19

CONGRATULATIONS to girls tennis!

2015 Girls Tennis

Singles

Flight 1: Jess Ackert (Sr) finished 7th (while playing on a broken foot!)

Flight 2: Meredith Benson (Soph) finished 3rd

Flight 3: Emily Whitney (Soph) finished 4th

Flight 4: Ava Leonard (7th grader) finished 3rd

Flight 5: Sarah Ponwith (Sr) finished 6th

Flight 6: Brooke Lovrien (Jr) finished 4th

 

Doubles

Flight 1: Ackert and Benson finished 7th

Flight 2: Whitney and Leonard finished 3rd

Flight 3: Ponwith and Lovrien finished 6th

Jun 01

Back to Back KELO CUP wins!!!

mastheadCongrats to all the Lincoln Patriot athletes!

The “AA” KELO Cup will stay at Lincoln for a second straight year. The Patriots began defending their title by winning both the girls’ and boys’ state soccer tournaments. Two weeks later their boys’ cross-country team picked up five more points. The Pats then closed out the fall sports schedule with another title on the gridiron. Lincoln began to pull away when the boys’ basketball team hoisted the hardware on the hardwood.

 

“We’ve all worked so hard for this. We went through the doubt, the pain, and the struggle. A lot of people didn’t think we could do it, Washington was the favorite, and we did it,” Lincoln Senior Basketball Player Malik Dunn said.

 

The Patriots sixth and final championship came via the boy’s tennis team. Lincoln also earned seven of their 37 points by placing in four other sports.