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  • Tuesday, October 03, 2017 9:49 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    The Future Teachers of America Club would like to announce the officers for the 2017-2018 school year.  

    President: Kaidaryia Jackson

    Vice-President:Nicole Bradley

    Secretary:Diamond Loyd 

    Treasurer: Terren Gordon

    Club dues are $2.00, and they are due on October 6, 2017.  The FTA’s mission is to inspire students who are interested in education related careers.  The FTA will visit a variety of classrooms this year for observation and learning.  Melanie Colvin and Johnny Thomas are the sponsors of the Future Teachers of America Club.



  • Tuesday, October 03, 2017 9:47 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    Jennifer Kimble, Jasmine Thompson, and Veronica Leonard-Davis are the sponsors of the 2017-2018 Lincoln Prep STEAM Club.  Officers have been elected for the middle school and the high school clubs.  

    The following students will serve as officers for the middle school:  

     President: Javoris Crowe 

    Vice-President: Jayden Gilliam 

    Secretary: Shamarion Abbott

    Treasurer: Edward Ford

    Media Relations: Asijah Wright  

     The following students will serve as officers for the high school:  

    President: Shalariel Perry

    Vice-President: Zachaeus Beard

    Secretary: Jordan Ford

    Treasurer: Tamia Watson

    Media Relations: Cardarious Lewis 

    The STEAM Club will compete in math competitions throughout the school year.  The STEAM Club will also have a competitive robotics team.  The first VEX Robotics competition will be at Delhi Charter School on January 13, 2018.  Members will also participate in the fall and spring math night at the school.  The dues for the STEAM Club are $10.00, and they are due by Friday, September 29, 2017.   


  • Tuesday, October 03, 2017 9:45 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    The Book and Poetry Club is sponsored by Vivian Davis, Melanie Colvin, and Darren Ambrose.  

    Officers for the Book and Poetry Club are as follows:  

    PresidentAaron Hill

    Vice-PresidentAlajah Shelton 

     SecretaryHadley Everdeen

    TreasurerAshton Malone

    Media RelationsHaley Albritton

    The members of the 2017-2018 Book and Poetry Club are Haley Albritton, Ayanna Brown, Cass Everdeen, Elissa Everdeen, Grady Everdeen, Hadley Everdeen, O’Mari Goldston, Jace Morris, Sean Morris, Aaron Hill, Alajah Shelton, and Ashton Malone.

    The dues for this club are $2.00, and they are due on The Book and Poetry Club will be taking a field trip to the Monroe Civic Center to watch the Chamber Theater Production on November 3, 2017.  The Book and Poetry Club will also participate in several writing competitions throughout the school year


  • Thursday, September 28, 2017 9:52 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    During the 2017-2018 school year, students at Lincoln Preparatory School can participate in the following clubs and organizations:  Art Club, Aspire to Inspire (boys and girls), Book and Poetry Club, Debate and Speech Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Future Business Leaders of America, Future Teachers of America, 4-H, LA GEAR-UP Explorers, and STEAM.  Students also have the opportunity to earn membership in the Junior Beta and Beta Club and the Junior National Honor Society and National Honor Society Organization.   Clubs and organizations meet on the last Monday and Tuesdays of each month.

  • Tuesday, September 26, 2017 9:54 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    FCA is sponsored by Antonio Hudson, Vyron Brown, and Glen Hall.  At the first FCA meeting held on Monday, September 25, 2017, Davin Pierre was the guest speaker.  Coach Pierre was named the top baseball recruiting coordinator in the Southwestern Athletic Conference and is listed as one of the top recruiters in the country.  Coach Pierre is in his eighth season as the assistant coach for the Tigers baseball team. As a Grambling alumni and a former four-year letterman for the baseball team, Pierre is deeply rooted in Grambling and has been a part of this university for over a decade.  Pierre’s message was inspiring and motivating.  Coach Pierre encouraged students to reach their full potential by sharing their gift.  The Lincoln Prep FCA’s goal is to expose students to positive role models throughout the school year.  

  • Monday, September 25, 2017 10:02 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    On September 30, 2017, members of the Lincoln Preparatory School Spanish Club will host the Spanish Club Paella Cook-Off at Lincoln Preparatory School.  The event will begin at 11:00 AM.  Students, parents, and community members are welcome to attend.  Paella is a dish that has been prepared in Spanish homes for many centuries. Lincoln Preparatory students will “create” their own paella dish for a panel of judges.  “Just think of Paella as “Spanish jambalaya,” said Michelle Paudyal, Spanish teacher and Spanish Club sponsor at Lincoln Prep.  “Students will be able to create their own signature dish.  It will be fun for all of the family.  We encourage the student body, parents, and family and community members to join us on Saturday.”   If you have any questions about this event, please feel free to call the school at 318-274-6153. 

  • Monday, September 25, 2017 10:00 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    The week of September 17-23, 2017 was National GEAR UP Week.  At Lincoln Preparatory School, Melanie Colvin and EuMarcus Hicks joined in an effort to promote the mission of LA GEAR UP.  GEAR UP is one of the largest and most effective programs focused on increasing the college and career readiness of low-income students in communities nationwide. GEAR UP is a highly competitive grant program that help empower local partnerships comprised of K-12 schools, institutions of higher education, state agencies, and community organizations to achieve three strategic goals: (1) increasing the postsecondary expectations and readiness of students; (2) improving high school graduation and postsecondary enrollment rates; and (3) raising the knowledge of postsecondary options, preparation, and financing among students and families.  Melanie Colvin and EuMarcus Hicks presented information to middle school students about building a foundation in middle school for future success.  Students worked together to calculate the cost of college, learned about dual-enrollment and AP opportunities at our school, and discussed their future plans.

  • Thursday, September 07, 2017 9:57 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    Lincoln Preparatory School is a college preparatory institution.  Since all students are on a college preparatory curriculum, we offer academic experiences that go beyond the classroom wall.  It is my pleasure to inform you about a unique learning opportunity for all students in grades 6-12.  On Wednesday, September 6, 2017, our students were able to experience a unique learning opportunity.  All students in grades 6-12 attended the Northeast Louisiana College Fair at the University of Louisiana at Monroe.  Students were treated to lunch at Sbarro’s at Pecanland Mall.  Next the students were given a tour of the campus of the University of Louisiana at Monroe.  This was the first of many college visits that the students will be able to attend this school year.

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