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The Presidents Bowl Football Game is a fundraiser that supports LHS student organizations and raised over $37,500 for LHS in 2022! Remember, it is more than a football game; it showcases Lincoln students in athletics and activities all while raising money for YOU.
The 31st Annual Presidents Bowl football game will be held on Saturday, September 9th, 2023.
3:30 PM Lincoln @ Jefferson
7:00 PM Roosevelt @ Washington
All students in activities at LHS will have President's Bowl tickets for sale.
Cost is $10 per ticket, for K-12 & adults. Pre-K admission is free. Student and Booster Activity passes are not accepted for the Presidents Bowl Game.
*Note: Ticket Price at the Gate will be $15. Students will have the opportunity to buy one $5 ticket (1 ticket per student) on Wednesday, August 30th and Wednesday, September 6th at each of the four public high schools at lunch and after school. These will be the only days $5 tickets are available at this rate for students.
We will need parent/guardian volunteers to represent LHS. See the Sign Up Genius HERE
For students :
2023 Map for President's Bowl
Presidents Bowl Committee is a non-profit corporation committed to the fundraising and support of the booster clubs of Washington, Lincoln, Roosevelt and Jefferson High Schools in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Each year, a committee of hundreds of parent-volunteers plan and execute a variety of fundraising activities. The Presidents Bowl Committee’s vision, for the future, is to continue to grow each event, and add additional events, with a strong focus on the integration of the public schools and the community. The success of the Presidents Bowl has been made possible by the generous support of hundreds of merchants in the Sioux Falls business community. The Presidents Bowl Committee has raised nearly two million dollars for over 50 programs within Jefferson, Lincoln, Roosevelt, and Washington High Schools. Money raised at the annual event is divided up between the four public high schools and helped to pay for travel, uniforms, equipment, and programs that have provided and enhanced educational opportunities for students.
Learn more at: https://presidentsbowl.org/