Middle School
510 S. 9th St | La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601 | 608-789-7780 | Fax: 608-789-7181

Student Accomplishments


We had an exciting day at the FBLA Regionals competition, placing 3rd as a team.  Individual results from today:

1st Place
Parliamentary Procedures Concepts – Lily Bingol

2nd Place
Digital Citizenship – Elisabeth Ammann
Business Math & Financial Literacy – Maggie Hannum

5th Place
Digital Citizenship – Kate Eubanks
Introduction to Computer Science & Coding – Kylee Zeeb

1st Place
Creed Speaking – Maggie & Sophie Hannum
Elevator Speech – Lily Bingol

3rd Place
Computer Slide Show – Elisabeth Ammann, Kylee Zeeb, Macy Zielke
Issues in Society – Kate Eubanks


8TH GRADE- ELLIE HAVERLAND: It is with great pleasure that I nominate Ellie for the November Student of the Month. She is a very bright young lady with numerous possibilities for her future. Ellie is a quiet leader amongst her peers and serves as a role model for others. She is a very hard worker and does what is asked of her to the best of her abilities. Ellie is becoming more confident in her abilities and that reassurance is allowing her to experience even more academic success. I look forward to getting to know more about her as we go through the rest of the school year and see her grow as a student. Ellie is very worthy of being the eighth grade November Student of the Month. Nominated by  Mr. Olson

7TH GRADE- MEGAN ANDEREGG: Megan is always ready to learn and is willing to work with anyone. She always has a smile on her face and is very proactive with her learning and asking questions when she needs a little more to help things make sense. The best part is her courage to ask the hard questions because she isn’t ever the only one that has them. By her willingness she helps her peers understand what to do. She is a huge asset to any classroom and I am lucky to have her be a leader in mine. Nominated by Mrs. Norman

6TH GRADE- PA HOUA VUE:  Pa Houa is deserving of Student of the Month. She is always willing to participate in class regardless of the activity. Pa Houa utilizes her creativity to express herself and to add her personal touch to her responses and even artwork when given the opportunity. Her willingness to learn and ask questions sets an example for others to follow.  Nominated by  Mrs. O’Mara


8TH GRADE-GAO SHENG MOUA: Gao Sheng is deserving of the September Student of the Month for her dedication to school and leadership abilities. Gao Sheng is a calm, focused role model for her peers, always doing more than just the minimum amount of work. She is genuinely interested in people and shows an appreciation for diversity! You are awesome, Gao Sheng!  Nominated by Mrs. Johnson.

7TH GRADE- PA CHIA YANG: Pa Chia has an amazing drive to do well and push herself independently. She is a role model for others in the classroom. She is dependable, responsible and respectful always. Her self-confidence exudes to her peers around her.  Nominated by Ms. Burns

6TH GRADE-LILY NOVAK:  Lily is a delightful young lady who always comes to class with a positive attitude, is ready to learn and to share. In addition, she strives to do her best to enhance her education, making us fortunate to have this young lady at Lincoln.  Nominated by Mrs. Novak


Congratulations to our top three teams who will be going competition at UW-L on February 12:

6th grade: Adeline Marcou-Smart, Kya Smith, Greta Vianden, Abigail Eckert

6th grade: Arlo Wilker, Isaac Trohkimoinen, Oliver Larson, Lillian Bouzek

7th grade: David Eber, Maryann Anibas, Kate Eubanks, Maddey Larsen


1st – Lauren Jarrett
2nd – Devin Annis
3rd- Gabe Kattchee


8TH GRADE – JADA HARTLEY:  Jada has started her 8th grade year with a bang! She starts her day with a smile on her face knowing that she’s working hard and getting her homework completed. She is a pleasure to have in class because she participates and asks thoughtful questions. I am so incredibly proud of Jada. I’d love for her to get September’s 8th grade student of the month award.  Nominated by Mrs. Stoflet

7TH GRADE – MARIA ANDONOVA: Maria is an exceptional student and has shown great skill and compassion. She works to achieve academically while balancing social goals in a way that upholds the values of Lincoln Middle School. She is a role model for others and consistently listens and leads through example.  Nominated by Mr. Sprain

6TH GRADE – PA DAO XIONG: Pa Dao comes to MLT ready to work and with a smile every day. She is friendly to everyone and always has a smile.  Nominated by Senora Wyland


The students listed below recently participated in the United Nations International Day of Peace Poster and Writing Contest and have been selected to share their poster and writing on September 21 at Aquinas Middle School.  Congratulations students!

Lyndall  Breaux, Kayla Korish, Leif Larson, Porter Culp, Elisabeth Amman, Kate Wavra, Jacob Von Ruden, Kayla Holman, Norah Fimple, Terrence Daniels, and Novalee Wikstrom


The entire student body from Lincoln Middle School/SOTA II/Coulee Montessori along with teachers and staff joined together for a community service project this week. The project was part of the school’s Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) program which reinforces respect, responsibility, and relationship building.

Working with the City of La Crosse’s Parks and Recreation Department, school officials identified zones in the Washburn neighborhood to be cleaned up. The students will be organized into groups and move through specific blocks in public spaces to pick up debris and loose trash. Students will leave tied-up bags of trash at designated areas for city crews to pick up.

“I think it’s important that the residents of the City of La Crosse understand that our students make a positive impact,” said Lincoln Middle School/SOTA II/Coulee Montessori Dean of Students Eric Check. “The students do a lot of work in the city because they take pride in the neighborhood where their school is and want to give back any way they can to the community that always supports them and their education.”

Students and staff met outside of Lincoln Middle School on the playground turf this morning and were organized into small groups. Group leaders were given safety vests along with gloves and bags for the team. The groups then moved to their assigned zones in the neighborhood around the school to begin the cleanup operation. When the cleanup ended, students and staff returned to school for an assembly celebration.

“Our students are demonstrating a greater concern for the renewal of this neighborhood,” said teacher Mandi Hundt. “Throughout the district are examples of our students’ interests in becoming civic-minded citizens. Their efforts are not only improving our schools every day but now our neighborhoods too.”