Superintendent Hite announces 2021-22 will be his last school year in his role with the School District. Read more HERE.

Parent Flat Rate (payment) Program continues for eligible families who opt out of a bus, van or cab assignment. Contact your school’s transportation representative or visit HERE for more info.

COVID Vax events  | Student Immunizations
Stay up to date on Back-to-School info including bell schedules, transportation Fare Cards and more HERE!

The Child Tax Credit provides eligible families with $250 or $300 per child per month from the IRS! Learn more HERE.

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Message to our Parents and Guardians

Hello Lincoln High School parents! Below, you will find links to two messages and our Bell Schedule. The first is a message from our principal, Mr. Jack Nelson, that also includes our Bell Schedule, Student Expectations, and Student Grading Policy. The second is a link to the norms and guidelines to virtual learning. We wish everyone a great year!

Keystone Resources

Biology Keystone Resources

By clicking here, you will find the Biology Keystone resources. There are Nine topics and 3 resources for each topic, the vocabulary associated with each topic, review videos, and a practice quiz in a Gdoc form.

Each practice quiz is accessible with an SDP email address which will be captured in a spreadsheet.  The purpose is to incentivize these resources for points in their 11th-grade science.

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Parent Engagement Survey

Parent-Engagement Survey

FAMILY ENGAGEMENT SURVEY: Dear families, please complete this parent involvement survey for your child’s school by answering all the questions below. / Estimadas familias favor the completar la encuesta para la escuela de su alumno.

PARENT COMPACT: The parents, students, and staff of Abraham Lincoln High School partnered together to develop this school-parent compact for achievement.

ENGAGEMENT POLICY: In support of strengthening student academic achievement, Abraham Lincoln High School receives Title I, Part A funds.

FEDERAL RIGHT TO KNOW LETTERS: You have the right to know the professional qualifications of the teacher(s) and instructional paraprofessional(s) who instruct your child.

INTERIM GRADES: Do you know how your student is doing in their classes?