Odyssey of the Mind
After school club. Odyssey of the Mind it's a creative problem solving competition that focuses on spontaneity and independence to create one of a kind performances. Students work from October through March and compete at districts, states, and even the world level if they qualify.
Contact Mr. Griffith
Art Club is a fun after school group that creates unique works of art both together and individually such as public art projects for the school and self-directed sketchbooks.
Contact Mrs. Hansen for more information.
Mrs. Hughes hosts an after school Drama Club. You will learn how to do improvisation, work as an ensemble, create sets, and perform plays.
Sources of Strength
Sources of Strength is a group of diverse students and adults from many different corners and cultures of our school and community. We believe life has ups and downs, that all of us go through good times and tough times. Our mission is to ensure that during the rough times no one gets so overwhelmed or hopeless that they want to give up. Our mission is to spread hope, health, and strength into every corner of our community. This is an enrichment opportunity with meetings during advisory times and events held throughout the school year. Members are nominated by staff and peers.
Natala Paroz, email@example.com
Xali Sommers, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lincoln middle school running club was started last year with the help of some cross country/track and field parents (Robert Garner, Shannon McGinnis, and Rebecca McCorkel) as well as Coach Brennan, Hallett, and Fitzgerald. Year one was very successful with over 20 participants. Livia Garner (6th grader) led the way with over 75 miles. 6th graders Evan Donahue, Navin Ranweiler, Maggie Block, Jacqueline Wilson, and Gabe Woodard made the 50-mile club along with 7th grader Elyse McGinnis and 8th graders Cole McGinnis and Autumn McCorkel. 7th grader Marlie Clark and 6th grader Riley Juniper made the 25- mile club. The running club is for all Lincoln students. Walking, jogging, and running distances range from .9-mile to 3.75-mile routes.
- Mondays and Thursdays from 3:15-4:15 after school November 2nd - March 11th.
- Lincoln Middle School
- Any student at Lincoln interested in improving their fitness level (walkers, joggers, runners)
- Why: Take the challenge to join the 2nd year of the 25-mile, 50-mile, 75-mile or the elusive 100-mile clubs. Improve your overall fitness with other Lincoln students. Prepare for your upcoming sport seasons (basketball, wrestling, softball, soccer, track & field)
Sponsor Jeff Brennan