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The Van Wert County Courthouse

Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016

 

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By: Lincolnview Local Schools

 
Team members are: Kalei Lare, Junior; Austin Welker, Sophomore; Keegan Cowan, Junior; Macala Ashbaugh, Senior, McKenzie Davis, Senior; Jayden Dickson, Senior. (Photo submitted.)

Team members are: Kalei Lare, Junior; Austin Welker, Sophomore; Keegan Cowan, Junior; Macala Ashbaugh, Senior, McKenzie Davis, Senior; Jayden Dickson, Senior. (Photo submitted.)

On November 21, the Lincolnview FFA Chapter competed in the Sub-district Parliamentary Procedure Career Development Event at Delphos High School. After several weeks of early morning and after school practices, the team placed second and qualified to compete at Districts. The District CDE was held at Clyde High School on November 29 where the team placed 6th overall.

“As excited as we were for the opportunity to qualify for State, we are still very proud of achieving our goal to make it to Districts. Parliamentary Procedure is a skill that we can use in the future for running a business meeting and I’m glad that our team was able to compete in this event,” stated Lincolnview FFA President McKenzie Davis.

Students of the Month are: Angel Proctor (senior), Emilie Jones, (junior), Lakin Brant, (sophomore), and Noah Daeger (freshman). (Photo submitted.)

Students of the Month are: Angel Proctor (senior), Emilie Jones, (junior), Lakin Brant, (sophomore), and Noah Daeger (freshman). (Photo submitted.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POSTED: 12/07/16 at 2:31 pm. FILED UNDER: Lancer Lines

These sixth grade Lincolnview students participated in the Lions International Peace Post Contest. This contest is held every year and encourages children 11-13, to creatively express what peace means to them. The 2016-2017 contest theme was “A Celebration of Peace.”  Morgan Anspach placed first and Cheyenne Pohlman placed second at the local level. The first place winner’s artwork will move on to be judged at the district level.  (Photo submitted.)

These sixth grade Lincolnview students participated in the Lions International Peace Post Contest. This contest is held every year and encourages children 11-13, to creatively express what peace means to them. The 2016-2017 contest theme was “A Celebration of Peace.” Morgan Anspach placed first and Cheyenne Pohlman placed second at the local level. The first place winner’s artwork will move on to be judged at the district level. (Photo submitted.)

 

Second grade Lincolnview students completed Junior Achievement.  Junior Achievement is dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills needed for economic success.  (Photo submitted.)

Second grade Lincolnview students completed Junior Achievement. Junior Achievement is dedicated to giving young people the knowledge and skills needed for economic success. (Photo submitted.)

POSTED: 11/30/16 at 3:01 pm. FILED UNDER: Lancer Lines

The junior high student council held a food drive for the Van Wert County Humane Society.  (Photo submitted.)

The junior high student council held a food drive for the Van Wert County Humane Society. (Photo submitted.)

The Lincolnview junior high student council recently held a food drive for the Van Wert Humane Society. In looking for ways to help the shelter, speakers from the shelter came and spoke to the students about their current needs and ways the students could help. Students came up with the idea of holding a food drive competition among Lancer Time classes. Items such as dog food, paper towels, cat litter, and various cleaning supplies were collected. In addition to the drive, students could also donate money to the cause. For every dollar donated, students were given a paper dog bone to put their name on and hang in the hallway. In total, the students collect over $300 in money and supplies. The end of the fundraiser was the best part for the students, as some of the members were able to help deliver the items and see the animals who benefitted from the drive! The student council would like to thank all who donated to the cause. If you would like to further help the shelter, call 419.238.5088.

The students in Lianne Pohlman’s class made turkey hats for Thanksgiving. (Photo submitted.)

The students in Lianne Pohlman’s class made turkey hats for Thanksgiving. (Photo submitted.)

 

 

 

POSTED: 11/30/16 at 2:29 pm. FILED UNDER: Lancer Lines

These three Lancer students were winners at the Apple Festival Art Show in Van Wert on October 21. Winners included second grader Josie Miller (1st place), sixth grader Autumn Springer (1st place) and fourth grader Ella Davis (3rd place). (Photo submitted.)

These three Lancer students were winners at the Apple Festival Art Show in Van Wert on October 21. Winners included second grader Josie Miller (1st place), sixth grader Autumn Springer (1st place) and fourth grader Ella Davis (3rd place). (Photo submitted.)

On Tuesday November 1, the Lincolnview FFA hosted the Sub District Job Interview Career Development Event. There were numerous students competing in 5 divisions from the following high schools: Lincolnview, Kalida, Wayne Trace, Vantage, Paulding, Parkway, and Miller City.  The Lincolnview FFA members who competed in this event were juniors: Kalei Lare and Luke Bullinger and senior: McKenzie Davis.  All participants were required to submit a cover letter and resume in advance and were challenged to complete a job application and interview on site.  Once finished with the interview, they proceeded to write a follow up letter to the employer who they interviewed with.  All components of the contest were graded to give a final score for each participant and the top two participants in each division advance to the district contest.  Junior Kalei Lare placed 2nd in her division and will be competing at Arlington H.S. on November 15 at the District 4 Job Interview CDE.

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Students at Lincolnview Elementary School recently celebrated National Red Ribbon Week. Held the last full week in October, Red Ribbon Week encourages Americans to wear red ribbons as a symbol of their commitment to raise awareness of the destructive influence of drugs. It has been in existence since 1988, and encourages advocacy, provides resources, and provides a platform for schools and communities to work together to combat a growing problem. (Photo submitted.)

“The Job Interview competition is one that I believe students can learn the most from. Interviewing is a skill that everyone will need to use in their life and having a chance to really practice those skills is very helpful.” says McKenzie Davis

We would like to thank our judges of this contest who volunteered their time to help interview students: Tracy Allenbaugh, Eric Germann, Kyle Gehres, Scott Hawken, Amanda Kohnen, Susan Munroe; Van Wert Chamber of Commerce, and representatives of Roanna Farms.  In addition, we would like to thank the Lincolnview staff for providing facilities and the following teachers for helping facilitate the event and grade resumes and follow up letters: Ashley Miller, Sandra Dowdy, Melinda Shellabarger, and Eric Miglin.  Lastly, we would like to recognize Firehouse Pizza for their continued support of the FFA for donating pizzas to feed the participants.

Deputy Mike Bieberstine is Lincolnview’s DARE officer, who spearheaded the campaign and provided red ribbons. Students were also treated to red snacks, including apples, twizzlers, and skittles which were sponsored in part by Van Wert Wal-Mart. Students were also surprised with an anti-drug assembly featuring the magical juggling skills of The Dazzling Steve Mills, a world-famous juggler. Steve’s message of perseverance and staying healthy resonated with staff and students alike. For more information, check out www.redribbon.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POSTED: 11/09/16 at 2:51 pm. FILED UNDER: Lancer Lines

A special thank you to everyone who came to eat at the Lancer Way Breakfast Day.  We were able to raise $625 to put into our benefit council funds for student in our district who are going through hard times.  These funds allow us to help families in our school community.  We want to especially thank Van Wert Federal Bank and 1st Federal Bank for donating to our breakfast. (Photo submitted.)

A special thank you to everyone who came to eat at the Lancer Way Breakfast Day.  We were able to raise $625 to put into our benefit council funds for student in our district who are going through hard times.  These funds allow us to help families in our school community.  We want to especially thank Van Wert Federal Bank and 1st Federal Bank for donating to our breakfast. (Photo submitted.)

Lincolnview Local Schools is proud to announce a special Veteran’s Day Celebration to be held on November 10 at 1:45 p.m. in our High School Gymnasium.  We are very proud of the men and women who are bravely serving or have served our country.  For this reason, we would like to honor our veterans by announcing their name, branch, and family member(s) with whom they are attending in our High School Gymnasium.  Lincolnview would also like to pay tribute to those who have served that are no longer with us by reading their name in a special memorial portion of the program. A small reception will be held for the veterans and their Lancer family member(s) after the program. Any questions can be directed to: Stephanie Renner (srenner@lincolnview.k12.oh.us) or by calling 419.968.2214, Ext. 2217.

Second grade students in Mr. Williamson’s class are learning about computer coding. Deb Stetler, the district media specialist, started working with the students on how coding works and what is involved in writing computer programs. Stetler showed the class how an algorithm works in writing a program and the basics that are needed to write an algorithm. These lessons will help improve the students’ problem solving skills as well as their critical thinking skills.

Do you remember when you were in elementary school and the teacher made you learn your multiplication tables? Do you remember wishing that you could work at your own pace instead of keeping with the class? In our 4th-grade math class, we can do just that. Thanks to the program Xtramath, students are given a math facts program that is designed specifically for them. Through teacher races, review sessions and a handy percentage counter displaying the mastery of each fact, the students are equipped with the ability and the means to become completely fluent in all of their multiplication facts. All of this exceptional learning takes place right on the students’ chrome books. Mastering math facts has never been so much fun!

POSTED: 11/02/16 at 2:13 pm. FILED UNDER: Lancer Lines

Lincolnview Elementary honored students of the week who best represented the trait of Decency. These are students who are aware of their own conduct and how it affects those around them. They always strive to make correct choices, act in a manner that is polite and supportive of others, and always behave appropriately in a given situation.  (Photo submitted.)

Lincolnview Elementary honored students of the week who best represented the trait of Decency. These are students who are aware of their own conduct and how it affects those around them. They always strive to make correct choices, act in a manner that is polite and supportive of others, and always behave appropriately in a given situation. (Photo submitted.)

POSTED: 10/19/16 at 1:50 pm. FILED UNDER: Lancer Lines

Lincolnview elementary artists have been busy creating fall paintings. Third graders have been painting birch trees, leaves, and land. Students were taught certain painting techniques such as scraping and dabbing, which add texture to the trees and leaves. Pictured is third grader Grayden Clay. (Photo submitted.)

Lincolnview elementary artists have been busy creating fall paintings. Third graders have been painting birch trees, leaves, and land. Students were taught certain painting techniques such as scraping and dabbing, which add texture to the trees and leaves. Pictured is third grader Grayden Clay. (Photo submitted.)

POSTED: 10/19/16 at 12:57 pm. FILED UNDER: Lancer Lines

First graders in Mrs. Tow's class enjoy keyboarding class on their new Chromebooks.  Shown in the picture are: Lillian Young, Gweny Goins, Ainsley Hoffman, Logan Taylor, Emmett Behrens, Pacey Early, Janessa Fair and Kortni Hall.  (Photo submitted.)

First graders in Mrs. Tow’s class enjoy keyboarding class on their new Chromebooks. Shown in the picture are: Lillian Young, Gweny Goins, Ainsley Hoffman, Logan Taylor, Emmett Behrens, Pacey Early, Janessa Fair and Kortni Hall. (Photo submitted.)

 

Shown are pictures from our Day of Caring. Congratulations to Jon Crusie’s class for collecting 568 items! (Photos submitted.)

Shown are pictures from our Day of Caring. Congratulations to Jon Crusie’s class for collecting 568 items! (Photos submitted.)

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POSTED: 10/12/16 at 1:15 pm. FILED UNDER: Lancer Lines

 Lincolnview Elementary Lancer Lifeskill for the month of September is “Lead By Example.”  Shown are Olivia, Gracen, Claire, Bennett, Ethan, and Maceyn.  They were selected by their teachers for demonstrating Accountability.  (Photo submitted.)

Lincolnview Elementary Lancer Lifeskill for the month of September is “Lead By Example.” Shown are Olivia, Gracen, Claire, Bennett, Ethan, and Maceyn. They were selected by their teachers for demonstrating Accountability. (Photo submitted.)

POSTED: 10/05/16 at 2:21 pm. FILED UNDER: Lancer Lines

Hunter Maunz won the Second Place Youth Black and White Photography category as well as a cash prize and Skyler Friemoth won the Edwin Temple Memorial Award for Photography as well as a cash prize in the Wassenberg Art Center’s 39th Annual October Photography Exhibit.  (Photo submitted.)

Hunter Maunz won the Second Place Youth Black and White Photography category as well as a cash prize and Skyler Friemoth won the Edwin Temple Memorial Award for Photography as well as a cash prize in the Wassenberg Art Center’s 39th Annual October Photography Exhibit. (Photo submitted.)

 

Fifth graders at Lincolnview Elementary recently learned more about the scientific method by designing and conducting investigations with paper airplanes.  Each group formed their own testable hypothesis and later shared their results with their classmates.  (Photo submitted.)

Fifth graders at Lincolnview Elementary recently learned more about the scientific method by designing and conducting investigations with paper airplanes. Each group formed their own testable hypothesis and later shared their results with their classmates. (Photo submitted.)

 

The character trait for October was “honesty”. The following students were selected as Students of the Month based on that character: 9 - Kegan Dougal; 10 - Brayden Langdon; 11 - Keegan Cowan; and 12 - Macala Ashbaugh.  (Photo submitted.)

The character trait for October was “honesty”. The following students were selected as Students of the Month based on that character: 9 – Kegan Dougal; 10 – Brayden Langdon; 11 – Keegan Cowan; and 12 – Macala Ashbaugh. (Photo submitted.)

POSTED: 10/05/16 at 1:05 pm. FILED UNDER: Lancer Lines