Glen Edwards Middle School

Veteran appreciates efforts

Once again, schools in Lincoln have taken time from their busy schedules to honor veterans of our military services.  Beginning on Thursday, Nov. 7, the students and staff at ...

Orange Crush wrestling to open Lincoln chapter

Orange Crush Wrestling, a branch of the Roseville Wrestling Club dedicated to youth wrestling (K-8), will host a meet-and-greet at Glen Edwards Middle school, 6-7:30 p.m., Aug. 27, ...

To WPUSD, friends

  We, at Glen Edwards Middle School, are coming together to help our friend and colleague, Lisa Miller. She is battling cancer and what she wants more than anything is to tak ...

Lincoln community to help cancer victim go to Disneyland

  During her difficult bouts with breast cancer over the past two years, Lisa Miller has had one enduring wish: to take her 6-year-old grandson, Braxton, to Disneyland. With ...

Lincoln Kiwanis renovates GEMS band room

  Organized by Lincoln Kiwanis, a group of approximately 50 volunteers gave a weary portable classroom a fresh look Saturday for Glen Edwards Middle School music students. T ...

Overbay heads pack of 11 Lincoln runners in American River 50

Eleven runners from Lincoln participated in last weekend’s American River 50-mile race and nine of them turned in times good enough to qualify for next year’s Western S ...

Madison Costa celebrates birthday and award

  Madison Costa celebrated her birthday March 4 and was also awarded the Masonic Lodge Student of the Month. The Glen Edwards Middle School student was described by her teac ...

GEMS holds raffle for 8th grade field trip to Washington and the Big Apple

  Generally speaking, when it comes to school field trips, they can be fairly predictable—a bus ride to the candy factory, a workshop at a big box store. But this summe ...

Sixth-graders could change schools

School officials initiated a discussion about changing the attendance boundaries of the district’s two middle schools during the Jan. 15 school board meeting. “If ...

Shooting rumor ruled false by officials

Friday at Lincoln High School “went pretty well,” according to Principal Jay Berns. He was referring to information he gave parents Dec. 20 about a false rumor that som ...