May 21, 2021
Lunch today: PB&J and chips
A La Carte: None
Breakfast tomorrow: Poptart and fruit
Lunch tomorrow: No lunch Monday
ALL SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS
High School graduation is tonight at 7pm. It will be outside. Please bring your own chair. Seating is first come first serve. You may begin setting up chairs as early as 3pm but please not before.
Last day of school is Monday, May 24. Early dismissal at 11:25.
A-B Schedule for week (5/17-5/21)
The “Snow-White Variety Show” will be presented at Litchfield Skyview Drive-In on Thursday, May 27 at 8:20 pm. Tickets are $7 at the gate, with kids 5 and under free.
The Connections class is now selling masks for $3. Get them while they last.
All library books were to be turned in YESTERDAY. If you have a library book, it needs returned ASAP.
THURSDAY, MAY 20TH:
Softball won their 1st game against Edinburg and lost the 2nd game of the double header
Baseball varsity won against Mulberry Grove and lost against Pawnee.
Baseball red team lost to SHG.
FRIDAY, MAY 21ST:
No Games Scheduled – Lincolnwood Graduation
SATURDAY, MAY 22ND:
Softball hosts North Mac for a varsity game at 10:00.
HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Softball Senior Send-Off is scheduled for Wednesday, May 26th, beginning at at 4:20 p.m., at Kiwanis Field. The Lancers will then play a double header against Pawnee starting at 4:30 p.m. Make plans to support the Lancers!
The following volleyball players still need to turn in their bags and jerseys: Cassie, Maggie.
Class of 2022-to sign up to deliver and pick up flags for Memorial Day and 4th of July, see Mr. Millburg.
Raymond or Harvel girls that are entering their Sophomore, Junior or Senior year during the 2021-2022 school year are eligible to apply for the Miss Independence Pageant. You may pick a form up from the office. Applications are due by June 5th.
Yearbooks for the 2020-2021 school year are for sale. They are $50. See the office for how to order.
JR. HIGH ANNOUNCEMENTS
Any 5th through 7th grade student interested in playing girls' or boys' Jr. High Basketball at Morrisonville next school year needs to see Mr. Bonnell by TODAY, Friday, May 21.
Any 5th-8th grade girl interested in Junior high summer volleyball stop by the office to pick up a form. Must be returned by TODAY.
These people inspired someone by…
Arya Stimac for doing such a great job with her music work, even while being remote.
Mrs. Markezich for always being there to help others in need. She is always willing to give her time and resources to anyone who needs a helping hand.
Avery Pope, Makenna Lutz, JoBeth Matli, and Amanda Seelbach for making a Soh-Cah-Toa song in class.
Landon Myers for being an inspiration to some 2nd graders and encouraging them to do the right thing.
Kelsey Suffern. When faced with a choice this week, Kelsey made the honorable decision to not take advantage of a glitch that could have worked easily to her advantage. Her honesty and integrity are greatly appreciated. Kelsey also rose to the challenge and excelled during Star Testing.
Ruby Stevens, Ethan Lessman, Shaylin King, Bryce Wolfe, Kaitelyn Armour, Trenton Hemann, Cole Riemann, Melissa Weitekamp, Kasandra Reif, Monty Yard, Will Jenkins, Lucas Reznicek, Michael Graham, Raegan Skinner, Shelby Hattenbach, Marisa Webb, Tim Ensley, Justine and Seelbach all for making math songs this week.
Melissa Weitekamp for going the extra mile with her work and being engaged in class.
8th graders for an excellent graduation ceremony. We are all so proud of you.
Mrs. Huber’s class has inspired her through their hard work and perseverance in this strange year.
Izabel Witt for trying her best and being conscientious.
Madison Hays through her willingness to help a friend in need.
Joey Shreve and Jackie Carillo-Tomas for working hard to get all work caught up.
Lynlee for just being her. She makes me smile!
Noah Ellis: Helping pass out laptops to classmates in the morning without having to be asked.
Ms. Bitschenauer’s whole class has inspired her this year!!! They have rocked this year and made her first year of teaching so much fun!!
Lincolnwood Lady Lancers Softball Players - are a testament to what Unity, Trust, and Belief can do! It starts from within!