The 2019-20 lineup for the annual Lincoln Public Schools Learning Lunches series offers more “Untold Stories of our Schools”. These events are open to LPS staff and the Lincoln community – beginning with a program on Tuesday, August 20th. Lunches are held in the Board Room at LPS District Office, 5905 O St. Doors to the Board Room open at 11:45 a.m., the program begins at noon., questions-and-answers happen at 12:30 p.m. Please bring your own lunch – we’ll provide dessert.
This session will provide an introduction to the supports, technology and services provided in our district for one of the fast-growing disability areas within LPS. Presenters: Alisha Bollinger, Special Education supervisor.
Facing the catastrophic consequences of global warming, Deme and her brother Romulus are barely surviving as they scavenge for food and water in the near future. Forced to flee their makeshift home because of an outbreak of sickness, the teenagers land in “New San Francisco,” a relative paradise with a running stream and spa. Romulus and some of their group insist that they’ve found utopia, but Deme still dreams of finding the rumored polar bears in the north that she believes are the key to their long-term survival. Will they risk everything to chase this dream?
Public Performance: November 19th
LHS Festival: November 26th
Districts: December 7th