The Live Well Council Bluffs Family Wellness Fair is coming up on April 26th, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Thomas Jefferson High School. The event is free and open to the public! There will be all sorts of activities focusing on fun and fitness, healthy eating, workshops, and health screenings! Click the flyer for more details.
News for Abraham Lincoln High School
The second trimester for the 2013-14 school year is complete! Many of our outstanding students got a GPA of 3.5 or higher in high school. Congratulations to these students for making the honor roll!
Gold level represents a GPA of 3.80 or higher, and silver level represents a GPA of 3.5-3.79.
Congratulations honor roll students!
Click the link for the 2nd trimester honor roll for Abraham Lincoln High School.
Congratulations to five Lynx football players on their decision to continue their education and football careers. Head Coach, Justin Kammrad, and parents joined the students as they signed their Letters of Intent to play football in college. They are Brandon Colpitts, University of South Dakota, Jared Thompson, Iowa Western, Joe Carbis, South Dakota State, Dylan Garner, Iowa Western, and Dallas Muschall, Iowa Western.
There will be no school on Wednesday, February 5th, due to the winter weather. This snow day will be made up on Thursday, March 6th. Please be safe and stay warm
Nominations for these awards will be accepted through February 21, 2014. Making a nomination is a fantastic way to give a teacher the recognition he/she deserves. Five teachers will each receive a $5,000 check, a specially designed trophy and public recognition. You may nominate your favorite teacher online only by Clicking Here.
Nominees must have a minimum of two years experience as a certified teacher or counselor in the Council Bluffs Community School District (K-12). Nominations will be accepted from students (current and former), parents, fellow teachers, school administrators and the general public. Individuals cannot nominate themselves.
The H. H. “Red” and Ruth H. Nelson Family Foundation Excellence in Teaching Award Program is administered by The Omaha Community Foundation. Neither the Nelson Family nor administrators from either of the eligible school districts are involved in the process. Judges are independently selected by The Omaha Community Foundation and neither the Nelson Family nor school district administrators are aware of their identity. Recipients of the Nelson’s Excellence in Teaching Award Program are at the sole discretion of the judges.
Past Council Bluffs recipients include:
Joan VonTersch-Crampton, Roosevelt Elementary
Albert Hudek, Ed.D., Thomas Jefferson High School
Mary Reid, Lewis & Clark Elementary
Christy Boldt, Longfellow, Pusey, and Washington Elementary Schools
Terry Hanzlik, Abraham Lincoln High School
Barbara Schmid, Longfellow Elementary School
JoAnn Tews, Walnut Grove Elementary School
Jane Burgett, Carter Lake Elementary
Deb Goodman, Thomas Jefferson High School
Jim Misner, Kirn Middle School
Kristy Courter, Abraham Lincoln High School
Karla Hughes, Thomas Jefferson High School
Terry McNeal, Edison Elementary
Deb Carlson, Hoover Elementary
Deb Masker, Kirn Middle School
Diane Storey, Thomas Jefferson High School
Kay Durfey, Kanesville Alternative Learning Center
Sandy Leaders, Thomas Jefferson High School
Dirk Waller, Abraham Lincoln High School
There will be no school on Monday, January 6th, due to the forecasted extremely cold temperatues. The Kids & Company program will be open at Bloomer and Franklin for students already enrolled. Stay safe and warm!
The calendar for the 2014-15 school year has been approved by the Board of Education! Click here to view/download the new calendar.
The first trimester for the 2013-14 school year is complete! Many of our outstanding students got a GPA of 3.50 or higher in high school. Congratulations to these students for making the honor roll!
For high school, gold level represents a GPA of 3.80 or higher, and silver level represents a GPA of 3.5-3.79.
Click this link to see the honor roll list for Abraham Lincoln High School.
We are introducing a new way to pay for school meals with My School Bucks! The first step parents need to take is to register your child for a free account. You can then access your account balance, set up automatic payments, schedule email reminders, and download the free app for use with your smartphone! Parents can still access the “old” system to check your account balance and pay for meals. However, we would like to encourage parents to start using My School Bucks to become familiar with the new system. Open this story and click on the image or this link to be connected.
Thirty One Post Prom Fundraiser
When: Wednesday, November 7th
Where: Abraham Lincoln Commons
Questions/Conerns: Contact Cindy Colpitts 402-981-6746 or Stacey Kliegl 712-314-3619