What exactly is a Shining Star?
During the last nine weeks of the school year, staff members were invited to nominate for recognition ninth grade students who have consistently demonstrated these character traits:
Each of these students has learned to:
Students cannot campaign or compete for this recognition. Good grades are not a guarantee of being selected. Students are selected solely on the basis of what kind of person they are and how they interact with others. Only 25 students in the ninth grade class of 459 have earned this recognition.
The celebration was conducted on Wednesday Map 29, 2015 beginning at 3:15. The recipients and their guests were greeted by Principal Susan Cassata with remarks following from Brenda Leggiardo, District Coordinator for Counselors and Pete Ferguson, LPS Federal Programs. Lincoln East Ambassador Imani Wilson invited the "Stars" to join the Ambassadors as they demonstrate the qualifications for ambassadors. Awards were presented to the recognized students.
Following closing remarks all attendees were invited to join in refreshments.
Congratulations 2015 Shining Star Recipients:
The Lincoln Public Schools District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, age, genetic information, citizenship status or economic status in its programs, activities and employment.
Lincoln East High School's mission is to provide a supportive, comprehensive education in an accepting environment that promotes knowledge, responsibility, skills, and leadership, leading to the empowerment of all students.