You're Invited!

Friday, October 6 and Saturday, October 7, 2023

Reconnect with your classmates! Decorate a parade float! Enjoy a tailgate party. Oooh and ahhh at the fireworks. Tour the school. Look through memorabilia.  Cheer on the SHIPS football team. Remember your high school days. 

Lincoln High School football team running onto field

Lincoln’s 100-Year Homecoming Fest

Friday, October 6

5:15 p.m. — Parade Lines Up

Floats will line up at Rubick Field.

6:00 p.m. — Parade Starts

NEW THIS YEAR: Our parade will START at Rubick Field, travel east on Grand Avenue, and end in front of the JFK Auditorium at Lincoln High School.

6:30 to 9:00 p.m. — Homecoming Fest

Following the parade, we will have a tailgate party in the LHS South Bowl open to the community to celebrate their pride in LHS & the MPSD. The Homecoming Fest will include food trucks, kids games, music, bounce houses and more.

Dusk / 8:45 p.m. — Fireworks

Stay for the fireworks!

Help Decorate a Parade Float!

This year we are asking all MPSD schools to join us in our parade. Staff, students and families from each school will represent a decade that LHS has been a beacon of excellence in our community. 

Lincoln High homecoming parade float

DECADE FLOATS:

1920s – Monroe Elementary
1930s – Jefferson Elementary
1940s – Franklin Elementary
1950s – Jackson Elementary
1960s – Madison Elementary
1970s – Riverview Elementary
1980s – Wilson Middle
1990s – Washington Middle
2000s – McKinley Academy 
2010s – MSPD Central Office
2020s – Lincoln High

Calling All LHS Alumni and Retired Staff!

We want to make this 100-year Lincoln Homecoming Parade our BIGGEST and BEST EVER!! We want more people walking in the parade and more floats!

To sign up and secure your spot in the parade, please fill out this quick Google Form: https://forms.gle/fHe9ByqHXPixLLb97

  • Class presidents and retired LHS staff, talk with your peers about walking in the parade with a sign and/or a float
  • Not doing anything for your individual graduation year? Join our DECADE walking groups/floats. Each school is creating a sign or float for their assigned decade.
  • Come decorate with us! From 3:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 6 until the parade lines up at 5:15, people will be decorating in the Rubick Field parking lot. Want to set up earlier than that? The lot will be open for alumni all day Friday to work on any floats.
  • Please note: all floats/decorations must be school- and district-appropriate and MPSD reserves the right to deny parade entrants or materials. Please, let’s make this event an event that UNITES our community and not focus on something that will put any damper on our legacy 100-year celebration!
  • Questions? Contact Lainey Longmeyer, Lincoln Associate Principal at longmeyerl@mpsd.school / 920-663-9683 or email social@mpsd.school

Saturday, October 7

9:00 to 11:00 a.m. — Lincoln School Tours

When was the last time you were inside Lincoln High? Come check out what has changed — and what is still the same. Tours start at the entrance to the JFK Fieldhouse near 9th and Green Streets.

12:15 p.m. — ALL ALUMNI and STAFF Photo on Field

Come early for the game and join our large group photo on Rubick Field of all Lincoln alumni and staff - 2200 Grand Ave.

1:00 to 3:00 p.m. — Varsity Football Game

Cheer on the SHIPS as they tackle the GB East Red Devils at Rubick Field.

Lincoln High tower spiral staircase - photo by Bill Pohlmann
Statue of Abraham Lincoln outside school