Picutre Day is Tuesday, April 13!
Information for In Person Learners: Pictures will be taken during the school day. The photographers will set up in the gym to allow for appropriate social distancing. Face masks must be worn and social distance guidelines must be followed. Students will be able to remove their masks while having their picture taken.
Information for Distance Learners: Distance Learners can sign up at https://bit.ly/3dL74fP for a time slot after school between 3:45 - 6:00 p.m. We are limiting each 15 minute time slot to no more than 25 students. Pictures will be taken in the gym to allow for appropriate social distancing. Face masks must be worn and social distance guidelines must be followed. Students will be able to remove their masks while having their picture taken. In order to limit people in the gym and stay within safe guidelines, only the student will be allowed in the building for pictures. Face masks must be worn and social distance guidelines followed. Please enter the building by the back entryway and follow signs and staff direction.
Ordering Pictures: Online orders are preferred. To place an order online go to: https://bit.ly/3fzvXgS. Use Picture Day ID EVTMPT7FW. If you are paying with a check made payable to "Lifetouch" or exact change, have your student give it to the photographer on Picture Day.
Vision & Mission
Lincoln Park Middle School provides a transitional environment for students as they move from elementary into high school years.
Learning experiences build upon and strengthen basic skills, and provide exploration of new areas of interest giving direction for future choices. Students will be challenged to explore, to create, to make decisions and to actively participate in and be accountable for their learning.
Principal: Brian Kazmierczak x3346
Assistant Principal: Barry Fischer x2320
6th Grade Dean: Adam Truitt x2332
7th Grade Dean : Anna Schneider x2407
8th Grade Dean: Ronell Kahring x2199
Phone: 218-336-8880 Fax: 218-336-8894
Click here for a listing of staff extensions and email addresses!
Full-Service Community School
Lincoln Park is one of four schools selected by the Minnesota Department of Education to receive funds to support their work toward becoming a community school. The model helps create partnerships between schools and community resources and can lead to improved student learning, stronger families and healthier communities.
For more information on what a Community School is, go to http://www.communityschools.org/.
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