MPSD Athletic Mission Statement

The Manitowoc Public School District Athletic Department is dedicated to teaching student-athletes life lessons in a safe and welcoming environment. Student-athletes are expected to honorably represent their school and community while competing in athletic competitions. At the varsity level, athletes develop a synergy between enjoyment, working hard and striving for success. At the sub-varsity levels, athletes foster a love of the game and develop necessary skills to have success throughout the program.   MPSD Athletics will embody a lasting attitude of discipline, sportsmanship, integrity, leadership and social responsibility to make our athletic program an enduring source of pride.

MPSD Athletic Vision Statement

The Manitowoc Public School District Athletic Department will be a leader in the FRCC in dedicating itself to strive for success and sportsmanship on and off the field of competition. The Athletic Program is determined to increase student-athlete involvement and athletic opportunities for students, while creating a seamless athletic environment that provides enjoyment from youth athletic programs to varsity sports. Within this seamless environment the coaching staff works together to support each
other’s programs while encouraging student-athletes to competitively participate in multiple sports.

Athletic Teacher Pages

Learn more about the Lincoln High School Athletic department staff from their teacher pages.

Fox River Classic Conference

The FRCC includes the northeastern Wisconsin school districts of Ashwaubenon (Ashwaubenon High School), DePere (DePere High School), Green Bay (East, Preble, Southwest, West High Schools), Howard-Suamico (Bay Port High School), Manitowoc (Manitowoc Lincoln High School), Pulaski (Pulaski High School) and Sheboygan (North and South High Schools) and Notre Dame Academy. The purpose of the FRCC is to promote interscholastic competition among the schools associated in the conference.


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