Important Upcoming Dates

  • February 28th-March 3rd
    • Boys and Girls Soccer Tryouts: more information available below
  • March 5th
    • “The Rock” Show Choir Competition
  • March 7th
    • No School: State Basketball Tournaments
  • March 8th-11th
    • Media Center closed to begin renovation 
    • Spring Play: 7:30 p.m. in the LNE Black Box Theater
  • March 14th-18th
    • Spring Break

Important Senior Information

Counseling Center Updates

  • SENIORS – The deadline for the Lincoln Community Foundation scholarships is March 15th. Please secure recommendation letters BEFORE March 11th!

Cap & Gown Orders

Northeast works with Signature Graduation to provide you with graduation announcements and the ordering of caps and gowns. If you order apparel on the website, your apparel should arrive within two weeks of your ordering date. Otherwise, you will receive your other products sometime later in the year when all items are available to ship out. Your orders will be sent directly to the address you choose. Please visit for more information.

Free & Reduced/Fee Waiver Cap and Gown Information

If you qualify for Free & Reduced lunch, please see Mrs. Ourada in the Main office to ask about the fee waiver process to get a cap and gown at no cost.

If you place an order through the online ordering system with Signature Graduation BEFORE you submit a fee waiver, you will not be able to get your money back.


For your planning purposes, the LNE Class of 2022 will graduate at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Saturday, May 28th, 2022 at 3:30 p.m. We look forward to celebrating your student’s final year at Lincoln Northeast!

Senior Fines/Fees

Prom is fast approaching and students who have outstanding fines and fees will not be able to purchase tickets from Prom. We encourage all students to check their fines/fees and get them paid or return overdue materials before tickets go on sale in April.

Weekly Announcements

Counseling Center Updates

  • Register for the FREE, ACT-Prep Bootcamp on March 29th. Details and the registration link are the Google 2023 Classroom. The Registration Deadline is March 22nd.
  • Any Juniors who took the pre-ACT and have not yet picked up your test scores, please visit the counseling center to pick them up!
  • Seniors- The deadline for the Lincoln Community Foundation scholarships is March 15th. Please secure recommendation letters BEFORE March 11th!

Cooking Club

Are you interested in Cooking, please join the Cooking Club. Our next Cooking date is March 21st, please see Mrs. Skorupa in room 50 if you are interested. Thank you!

Soccer Tryouts

Soccer tryouts are coming up next week! Reach out to Coach Yapp with any questions.

  • Grades 12 & 11 – February 28th, 2022
    • Monday 8:15-9:45 p.m.
    • Location- Seacrest Field
  • Grades 10 & 9 – March 1st, 2022
    • Tuesday 5:00-6:30 p.m.
    • Location- LNE
  • Grade 12 & 11- March 2nd, 2022
    • Wednesday 5:00-6:30 p.m.
    • Location- LNE
  • Grade 10 & 9 – March 3rd, 2022
    • Thursday 5:00-6:30 p.m.
    • Location- LNE

Environmental Club

The Lincoln Northeast High School Environmental Club is holding a Tree-Plenish Event in hopes of giving back to our community and gaining experience in everything trees! Request a sapling by March 30th and on April 30th we will plant it in your yard for FREE! The goal is to help assist in the planting of around 275 tree bulbs. You have options to choose from Red Maple, Eastern Redbud, and Quaking Aspen.

Student Parking Reminders

A reminder that the LNE student parking lot is for 11th & 12th grade students who have purchased a parking tag. The lot is open to these students on a first-come-first-served basis. Purchasing a parking tag does NOT guarantee your student a parking spot. Tickets will be issued for students who do not have a parking decal or are parking outside of the assigned student parking area. For a complete list of parking rules and regulations please visit the LNE website.


The Lincoln Air Force Junior ROTC Drill Team performed in their second drill meet of the year on Saturday in Bellevue. The standout performance for our team for this meet was that we again had nine cadets qualify for the Individual Drill Down finals in a much more difficult field of 19 teams. Ethan Swartz finished in 15th place out of the 125 total cadets who qualified for the finals. Congratulations Ethan and the entire drill team on a great performance!

For the most updated announcements, your student can view a LIVE version of the Rocket Weekly on their Google Classroom.