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Checklist for Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors & Seniors

It’s never too early to start planning for the future.  Your high school has an abundance of information in regard to planning for college.

Check out their websites for a multitude of links to help you and your family get started or continue on the road to college.

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TJHS

I love a good checklist!  This site has a checklist for each year of high school.  Take 10 minutes to look at the appropriate checklist.  There is an arrow to give additional information.

College Timeline

It’s never too early to start planning for the future.  Your high school has an abundance of information in regard to planning for college. Check out their websites for a multitude of links to help you and your family get started or continue on the road to college. ALHS TJHS I love a good checklist!  […]

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Job Shadowing for Trimester 1

As the end of Trimester 1 is on the horizon, our job shadowing students are finishing up their final days in the community and our district schools.

Job shadowing is a wonderful opportunity our students have to use the skills they have learned in the classroom and carry that over to “real world” experiences.  Working side by side with adults in the industry gives them the observation in learning and opportunity to ask questions that put our students in the driver’s seat for future college classes and careers.

The next time you talk with someone that is in or has been in Health Science, Foundations of Education (formerly known as Exploring Teaching), Early Childhood Education and Quality and Quantity Foods classes, ask them how the job shadowing changed their outlook on a career.

As the end of Trimester 1 is on the horizon, our job shadowing students are finishing up their final days in the community and our district schools. Job shadowing is a wonderful opportunity our students have to use the skills they have learned in the classroom and carry that over to “real world” experiences.  Working […]

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A snapshot of the first 2 months into the 2017-2018 school year

Manufacturing, Welding Engineering students at work using different forms of welding.

‘Stop the Bleed’ presented by CHI staff, including hands on practice.

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Sports and Entertainment Broadcasting students taping the varsity football game at the Wickersham Stadium.

Digital Photography students getting up close and personal with their subjects.

Culinary Baking students collaborating to make some aromatic delectable food. They were using multiple forms of weight and measurement to find the proper amounts of ingredients.

Automotive students using classroom knowledge on actual vehicles with guidance from Mr. Emge.

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Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) Letter to parents.

March 30, 2017

Parents and Friends,

Our district has adopted the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP).  OBPP is a school-wide program aimed at promoting school safety and helping students achieve better peer relations.

One part of the program is having classroom meetings with students. During classroom meetings our staff sit with students and discuss

What is bullying (including cyber bullying)?

Our school’s OBPP anti-bullying rules

The consequences of bullying

What students should do if someone is bullying them and/or others

Additionally, students in grades 3 – 12 will be completing an anonymous questionnaire on bullying. The results of the questionnaire will provide data on the extent of bullying behavior in the schools so that the district can measure the effectiveness of the OBPP program.

If you would like to preview the survey, you may do so by going to http://www.obqsurvey.org and entering the following:

Username: eSampleSurvey

Password: Olweus

We want to continually work to make our school a place where all students can feel safe and welcome.

Thanks in advance for your support of this program.

 

Bridgette Bellows, Principal

March 30, 2017 Parents and Friends, Our district has adopted the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP).  OBPP is a school-wide program aimed at promoting school safety and helping students achieve better peer relations. One part of the program is having classroom meetings with students. During classroom meetings our staff sit with students and discuss What […]

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Deca

  • Congratulations to the following Deca Students for their great effort at the State Deca Competition this weekend. Josue Lopez placed 3rd in Food Marketing, Devin O’Neal placed 2nd in Marketing Communications, Sarah Logan Place 4th in Retail Merchandising, Caleb Snead placed 1st in Sports & Entertainment Marketing, Landon Torneton 7th in Principles of Business Administration, Caitlyn Brown & Sophia Taylor placed Second in Tour & Travel Marketing, and Landon Torneton, Devin O’Neal and Caleb Snead placed 1st for their Franchise Business Plan event. Most of these students will be going on to compete in the National Competition in California later this year. Congrats to these Deca students!
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Congratulations to the following Deca Students for their great effort at the State Deca Competition this weekend. Josue Lopez placed 3rd in Food Marketing, Devin O’Neal placed 2nd in Marketing Communications, Sarah Logan Place 4th in Retail Merchandising, Caleb Snead placed 1st in Sports & Entertainment Marketing, Landon Torneton 7th in Principles of Business Administration, […]

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Can you imagine…..

…attending a Home Show and seeing the product YOU made?  One of our Fabrication, Welding & Engineering student did!  Isaac Lidgett took the order and created these signs using the skills and tools provided in the classroom to create these signs for the customer.fabrication-welding-engineering-i-lidgett-6

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…attending a Home Show and seeing the product YOU made?  One of our Fabrication, Welding & Engineering student did!  Isaac Lidgett took the order and created these signs using the skills and tools provided in the classroom to create these signs for the customer.                       […]

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It might be snowing outside, but inside…..

img_1845Child Growth & Development students are job shadowing in our district elementary schools.  They observe, assist, and build relationships at their job shadowing site on Wednesday and share their experiences and discuss learning opportunities on Thursday in their classroom at Tucker Center.

The Culinary students continue with their Work Based Learning Experience at Micah House.  Everyone is learning a lot, accomplishing many tasks and making a difference in the lives of the employees as well as the families residing at that facility.

Public Speaking is in full speech mode.  With every speech, students are learning better techniques and skills that will carry with them through their life!

CNA starts clinicals this week.  They will be in the nursing facility using the skills they developed and rehearsed in the classroom and the health lab.

Health Science 1-2 students are starting 1st Aid this week and CPR next week as well as continuing their job shadowing at Mercy Hospital.  Health Science 3-4 students are reinforcing their medical terms while they study different systems in the body.

Digital Drawing students are enjoying the new drawing pads!  They are awesome and are a standard in work places!  Digital photography continues to dive into the technical aspects of taking photos and the settings and capabilities the camera offers.  Be looking for our Sports & Entertainment Broadcasting students at upcoming basketball games!  They are putting their skills to work!

Auto Tech 1-2 is out in the shop, putting the skills learned in the classroom to the vehicles in the shop.  The Fabrication, Welding Engineering class has been thoroughly enjoying this new class and all the cool tools they are using to make some fantastic projects and other practical use of the different types of welders.

 

There is no slowing down at the Tucker Center!

Child Growth & Development students are job shadowing in our district elementary schools.  They observe, assist, and build relationships at their job shadowing site on Wednesday and share their experiences and discuss learning opportunities on Thursday in their classroom at Tucker Center. The Culinary students continue with their Work Based Learning Experience at Micah House.  Everyone […]

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2016-17 School Year Trimester 1 Honor Roll Announced

The first trimester for the 2016-17 school year is complete!  Congratulations to these students for making the honor roll!

Gold level represents a GPA of 3.80 or higher, silver level represents a GPA of 3.5-3.79, and bronze level represents a GPA of 3.0-3.49.

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The first trimester for the 2016-17 school year is complete!  Congratulations to these students for making the honor roll! Gold level represents a GPA of 3.80 or higher, silver level represents a GPA of 3.5-3.79, and bronze level represents a GPA of 3.0-3.49. Abraham Lincoln High School  

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Culinary students put their skills to work at Micah House

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Mrs. Smith’s Culinary Foundations/Quantity Foods class attended orientation at the Council Bluffs’ Micah House on December 14, 2016.  These students will be preparing the food that will be served that evening through this Work Based Learning Experience.  This experience joins other programs and projects that the Council Bluffs Community School District is working together with community partners to make Council Bluffs the best it can be!

Mrs. Smith’s Culinary Foundations/Quantity Foods class attended orientation at the Council Bluffs’ Micah House on December 14, 2016.  These students will be preparing the food that will be served that evening through this Work Based Learning Experience.  This experience joins other programs and projects that the Council Bluffs Community School District is working together with community partners […]

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September Licensed Staff Member of the Month is our own Mr. Randy Lau!

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Mr. Lau was honored for his innovation with students to bring the new video board at Wickersham Stadium to life and provide authentic career experiences.  

Three of his Sports & Entertainment Broadcasting class attended the School Board meeting.

Mr. Lau was honored for his innovation with students to bring the new video board at Wickersham Stadium to life and provide authentic career experiences.   Three of his Sports & Entertainment Broadcasting class attended the School Board meeting.

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