November 2018

Greetings Greyhound Nation,

As we enter the month of November, we find ourselves two weeks into the second nine weeks and continuing our path toward academic achievement and success. Exciting things are happening at Lincoln Park Academy that we want to share and make you aware of.

With fall sports moving into the post-season, we are proud to report that our girls’ golf team won the district championship and have advanced to the regional tournament. Congratulations to Angelica Hollman for garnering the “Top Medalist” award at districts. In boys’ golf, two players qualified to participate in the regional tournament; Calvin Hong and Dylan Rizzo. The girls bowling team won the district championship for the fourth consecutive year and advanced to the state tournament, with one member of the boys’ team, David McDaniel qualifying for state competition as well. Our girls’ cross country team finished second in the district and advanced to the regional meet. Finally, our girls volley ball team advanced to regional competition. Way to go Greyhounds!!!

As for the performing arts, fall performances took place during the month of October. Our students showcased their musical talents during the middle school and high school band concerts, along with the orchestra concert. If you were not in attendance for either of these performances, you missed amazing performances, which were lauded by all in attendance. LPA was also honored with the opportunity to host the annual “Giving Concert,” which benefits our children and community.

Report cards were sent home on Tuesday, October 30th with all students. As a reminder, school will also be closed on Monday, November 11th in observance of Veteran’s Day. Please be sure to pay close attention to this month’s calendar, as there are other events taking place this month.

Thank you once again for your support as we move into the winter months and one step closer toward our meeting our goal of ensuring all students make learning gains and achieve success!

“One School; One Team; One Theme”

Sincerely,

Henry Sanabria

Principal

Treasure Hunter