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Prom Royalty Announced

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ALHS Prom Queen and King : Lauryn Kenkel and Michael Harriman

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 2015 Prom Court

Back Row: Brittany Hutchens(Snoball Queen), Brett Egner(Snoball King), Maddie Kinney, Billy Ehrenberg, Maddie Christensen(Homecoming Queen), Alex McGee(Homecoming King)

Front Row: Kaitlyn Murphy, Nick Pomernackas, Lauren Colpitts, Lauryn Kenkel(Queen), Michael Harriman(King), Kelsey Johnson, Jake Titus, Kaylee Willadsen, Scott Brown. 

ALHS Prom Queen and King : Lauryn Kenkel and Michael Harriman  2015 Prom Court Back Row: Brittany Hutchens(Snoball Queen), Brett Egner(Snoball King), Maddie Kinney, Billy Ehrenberg, Maddie Christensen(Homecoming Queen), Alex McGee(Homecoming King) Front Row: Kaitlyn Murphy, Nick Pomernackas, Lauren Colpitts, Lauryn Kenkel(Queen), Michael Harriman(King), Kelsey Johnson, Jake Titus, Kaylee Willadsen, Scott Brown. 

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Upward Bound and College Access Program to Send Students to Washington, D.C.

During the week of June 14-19, four of our most recent graduates representing the Upward Bound and College Access Program (CAP) at Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln High Schools will have the opportunity to travel to the nation’s capital in order to participate in a study visit focused on international relations. Participating in this unique experience arranged by the Close Up organization are Daniel Cano-Pargas (AL CAP), Annie Duncan (TJ CAP), Nathan Gregg (TJ Upward Bound), and Kyla Kern (TJ Upward Bound).

Since 1971, Close Up has facilitated Washington D.C. educational trips for middle and high school students. Their mission is to “inform, inspire, and empower young people to exercise their rights and accept the responsibilities of citizens in a democracy.” This is evident by the full schedule each day, allowing the group of students from around the nation to explore D.C. landmarks and memorials, engage in discussion and activities surrounding domestic issues and foreign policy, meet with their members of Congress, and observe Congressional committee hearings.

The four students were chosen by Upward Bound and CAP staff based on an application and essay. All expenses including airfare, lodging, and meals are covered by the programs they represent. Upon arrival in D.C., students will be greeted by Close Up staff who provide instruction and round the clock supervision throughout the experience. Congratulations, students, and enjoy this opportunity!

During the week of June 14-19, four of our most recent graduates representing the Upward Bound and College Access Program (CAP) at Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln High Schools will have the opportunity to travel to the nation’s capital in order to participate in a study visit focused on international relations. Participating in this unique […]

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2015 Graduation Commencement Ceremonies Available Online

If you missed the 2015 graduation ceremonies, don’t worry! The Thomas Jefferson Jacket Journalism team has them filmed and uploaded on their YouTube channel! We have them available for you here on our website.  Find the links for the 2015 graduation commencement ceremonies, as well as previous board meetings, here.

If you missed the 2015 graduation ceremonies, don’t worry! The Thomas Jefferson Jacket Journalism team has them filmed and uploaded on their YouTube channel! We have them available for you here on our website.  Find the links for the 2015 graduation commencement ceremonies, as well as previous board meetings, here.

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Live Streaming Available for Graduation Ceremony

Thanks to the Thomas Jefferson Journalism department, Adviser Rob Lindquist, and the District Tech Department, the graduation ceremonies for the Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson Class of 2015 may be viewed live on YouTube on Saturday, May 30th.  The link to the live feed and then the archived video will be accessible on the Jacket Journalism YouTube page that day.

Click Here for the link to the YouTube page, and look for the video link, which will appear on Saturday under the Jacket Journalism banner at the top of the page.The Abraham Lincoln High School Ceremony is at 10 a.m.and the Thomas Jefferson High School Ceremony is at 1 p.m. at the Mid-America Center.

Thanks to the Thomas Jefferson Journalism department, Adviser Rob Lindquist, and the District Tech Department, the graduation ceremonies for the Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson Class of 2015 may be viewed live on YouTube on Saturday, May 30th.  The link to the live feed and then the archived video will be accessible on the Jacket Journalism […]

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CTE Advisory Meeting – Student Showcase

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May 7, 2015

Abraham Lincoln High School

Career & Technical Education students from AL, TJ & Tucker Center showcased the skills they have learned in the classroom to our community members on the CTE Advisory Committee and parents in attendance. AutomotiveA HUGE thank you to our advisory members!  They give of their time, talent and experience to help our instructors teach skills needed in the working world.  Thank you to the students that gave up their evening to showcase their program.  And thank you to Mr. Forney & Mrs. Goodman that organized the event with the support and participation from the CTE teachers.

 

                   May 7, 2015 Abraham Lincoln High School Career & Technical Education students from AL, TJ & Tucker Center showcased the skills they have learned in the classroom to our community members on the CTE Advisory Committee and parents in attendance. A HUGE thank you to our advisory members!  They […]

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Kyra Christensen placed 4th overall in the state-wide Optimists’ Oratorical Competition

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Kyra Christensen placed 4th overall in the state-wide Optimists’ Oratorical Competition held in Des Moines, IA, on May 9, 2015. Way to go, Kyra!

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CB Blast from the Past… for the Future!

Join us for the Blast from the Past…for the Future fundraiser event on Saturday, April 18th from 5-9 p.m. The event will be held at the 100 Block on West Broadway. Tickets can be bought discounted online before the event for $15, and $20 on the day of the event. All proceeds will be donated to the new CB Athletic Complex! We look forward to seeing you there!

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Join us for the Blast from the Past…for the Future fundraiser event on Saturday, April 18th from 5-9 p.m. The event will be held at the 100 Block on West Broadway. Tickets can be bought discounted online before the event for $15, and $20 on the day of the event. All proceeds will be donated […]

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Optimist Oratorical Contest participants

 

Elizabeth Cline (TJ), Zane Taylor (TJ), Erick Avalos (TJ), Gabriella Kesterson (AL), James Keller (TJ), Shelby Wetzel (AL) Autumn Bettcher (AL), & Kyra Christensen (AL).

The Optimist International Oratorical contest is sponsored annually by our local Optimist Club benefiting our local youth.  The official theme for this year is:  “How My Optimism Will Help Me Press on to Greater Achievements of the Future”.  The Club Contest was held March 28, 2015.  Those advancing will competing on April 11, 2015 for the Zone Contest.  Congratulations to all that participated and best of luck to those advancing to Zonals!

  The Optimist International Oratorical contest is sponsored annually by our local Optimist Club benefiting our local youth.  The official theme for this year is:  “How My Optimism Will Help Me Press on to Greater Achievements of the Future”.  The Club Contest was held March 28, 2015.  Those advancing will competing on April 11, 2015 […]

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Trimester 2 Honor Roll Announced

The second trimester for the 2014-15 school year is complete! Many of our outstanding students got a GPA of 3.0 or higher in high school. Congratulations to these students for making the honor roll!

For high school, 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.

Click this link to see the honor roll list for Abraham Lincoln High School.

The second trimester for the 2014-15 school year is complete! Many of our outstanding students got a GPA of 3.0 or higher in high school. Congratulations to these students for making the honor roll! For high school, gold level represents a GPA of 3.80 or higher, silver level represents a GPA of 3.5-3.79, and bronze level represents […]

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It’s Public Speaking – Special Occasion Season

Public Speaking students present their Special Occasion speech at Toastmasters

Public Speaking students present their Special Occasion speech at Toastmasters, February 25, 2015

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