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  • Tuesday, April 03, 2018 10:11 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    ATTENTION PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF K-8 Grade Lincoln Prep Students:

     We have been using the LEAP 360 Program all year to help our students master the skills needed for success on the statewide LEAP 2025 Spring Assessment. Our teachers and students have been working diligently to ensure academic growth at our school. After reviewing our latest LEAP 360 results, our English Departments have determined we still need to show improvement in the area of reading informational text. Informational text is nonfiction, fact-filled text that informs the reader about things in the natural or social world. We do read every day in school, but studies show that developing a reading schedule at home helps students in all subject areas. WE NEED YOUR HELP!!! Please accept the 30 DAY INFORMATIONAL TEXT READING CHALLENGE to help your child develop reading fluency, improved vocabulary, in-depth knowledge, and academic success. 

    HERE ARE THE STEPS TO ACCEPT THE CHALLENGE: 

    1. Click on the website posted below: 

    Informational Text

    2. Find your child's grade level. 

    3. Allow your child to pick the topic that they would like to read about - There are around six articles on the each topic. REMEMBER: Only one article a night is "required," but we encourage students to read as much as possible. 

    4. Allow quiet time for reading the article in an individual setting. You may assist your child in reading the article. 

    5. Allow the student to read the article out loud to you, a sibling, another family member, or a friend. Let your child tell you about the article. Ask details about the article to make sure students are comprehending the information. 

    6. LASTLY, go to our FACEBOOK Page and post what you have learned from your child. 

    We look forward to see your daily postings. The 30 DAY INFORMATIONAL TEXT READING CHALLENGE is NOT required, but it is strongly encouraged. Our teachers have been encouraged to watch your post and provide incentives for participants. WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT AND LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOUR POSTS!

  • Sunday, April 01, 2018 9:38 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

     Field Trip 1 

    August 1, 2018 Dixie Landin’ Blue Bayou Water Park & Amusement Park Baton Rouge, LA 

    7 AM - Depart Lincoln Preparatory High School 

    12 PM - Arrive at Dixie Landin’ Blue Bayou 

    6:30 PM – Depart Dixie Landin’ Blue Bayou 

    11:30 PM – Arrive at Lincoln Preparatory High 

    INCENTIVE FIELD TRIP QUALIFICATIONS

    Any student in 3rd-8th grade that scores a 3 or above on the LEAP 2025 in both ELA and Math 

    Any high school student who scores a 3 or above or a GOOD or EXCELLENT on any LEAP 2025 or EOC test (Algebra I, Geometry, English I, English II, English III, U.S. History, or Biology) 

    Any high school student who scores a 21 or above on the ACT 

    *Students who score Mastery, Advanced, Good or Excellent will have a lunch ticket provided.

    Field Trip 2 

    August 2, 2018 Splash Kingdom Waterpark Shreveport, LA 

    10 AM – Depart Lincoln Preparatory High 

    11:15 AM – Arrive at Splash Kingdom 

    4:30 PM – Depart Splash Kingdom 

    6 PM – Arrive at Lincoln Preparatory High 

    INCENTIVE FIELD TRIP QUALIFICATIONS

    Any student in 4th -8th grade that meets their LEAP 2025 growth target 

    Any high school student who scores an 18-20 on the ACT


  • Thursday, January 04, 2018 9:53 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    This year during the month of December our students participated in the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce’s Holiday Food Drive. We are so proud of our school community for making this food drive a success!!  Lincoln Preparatory School was able to donate 909 cans to assist our Adopt-A-School Family in this drive.  Many people are not aware that there are at least 73,000 people in Northeast Louisiana who struggle with hunger on a daily basis.  We made it fun for the kids as well by hosting a Nacho party for the winning classes.  We would like to congratulate the 3rd grade class of Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Nelson for collecting over 200 canned goods.  We would also like to congratulate the 6th grade class, which is sponsored by Mr. Brown, Mr. Hicks, and Ms. Hill, for collecting 129 canned goods.  We would also like to send a special thanks to everyone who made donations to help families in need and to all of the students enrolled in our Entrepreneurship classes for collecting from each classroom.

  • Thursday, January 04, 2018 9:51 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    Our students are learning how to give back. This year during the month of October our Adopt-A-School Sponsor P.O.S.H., LLC, which is led by GSU student Ms. Mariah Smith, donated three pumpkins which we auctioned off for $160.  This money was donated to D.A.R.T. of Lincoln Parish.  P.O.S.H., LLC is a mentoring group that helps young ladies build self-esteem and confidence. P.O.S.H. stands for "Pushing Our Sisters Higher.”  The group focuses on community service and self-worth. Mentors provide a positive outlet for young girls who battle common peer-pressure at school and throughout their community. The organization meets every Wednesday at 6:30 P.M. in the Grambling Nursing Building Auditorium.  On Monday, December 11, 2017, members of our Explorer’s Club and our SGA presented the check to Ms. Mariah Smith, and we look forward to working with her on future projects. Thank you so much for your hard work and generosity!


  • Monday, January 01, 2018 8:34 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    ACT Prep

    Hosted by 

    LOUISIANA TECH OFFICE OF MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS

    AND

    SAGE GROUP AMERICA

    CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO


  • Tuesday, October 31, 2017 1:04 PM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    Lincoln Preparatory School’s 6-12th grade students participated in a Pumpkin Walk on October 30, 2017, at the high school quad.  Students decorated pumpkins according to themes chosen by their clubs and organizations.  The pumpkins were then sold to parents, students, friends, and community members.  This activity was a service learning activity to raise funds for three local charities:  Wiggin’ Out, More Than Conquerors, and D.A.R.T.  Lincoln Preparatory School raised a grand total of $495.00 at the Pumpkin Walk.  The three charities will receive $165 each from Lincoln Preparatory School.  

    The school would like to thank Lincoln Preparatory School’s PTA, Adopt-A-School Sponsor Mariah Lewis from P.O.S.H. (Pushing Our Sisters Higher), Papa Simpson’s Farm in Arcadia, both Ruston Wal-Mart locations, Brookshires in Homer, and Super 1 in Ruston for their contributions and assistance.  We would also like to thank our Aspire to Inspire Club (girls) and their sponsor, Tameka Miller, for choosing breast cancer awareness as their theme.


  • Tuesday, October 24, 2017 11:54 AM | Mary Willock (Administrator)

    Lincoln Preparatory School is a proud recipient of the LOSFA and LA GEAR UP school grants.  These organizations help Lincoln Preparatory School students prepare for a great future by promoting college access.  We have several events that are occurring at the school in the next two months.  Family members are always encouraged to attend.  Please see the events listed below: 

    Tuesday, September, 26, 2017

    Lincoln Preparatory School – Grambling – 8:00am-Noon – College March & Fit Workshop for 12th grade students

    Saturday, September 30, 2017

    Lincoln Preparatory School – Grambling – 10:00am-11:00am – TOPS & FAFSA Seminar for 8th-12th grade students  

    Monday, October, 16, 2017

    Lincoln Preparatory School – Grambling – 8:00am-12noon – LCAAM for 12th grade students 

    Tuesday, October 17, 2017 and Wednesday, October 18, 2017

    Lincoln Preparatory School – Grambling – 8:00am-Noon – FSA ID Completion & FAFSA Completion Workshop for 12th grade students

     Tuesday, November 28, 2017

    Lincoln Preparatory School – Grambling – 6:00pm-8:00pm – TOPS Checkup/Retention Workshop 12th grade students 


  • 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


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