Athletic Director Westfall

Chris Westfall Honored as Regional Athletic Director of the Year

The Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (MIAAA) has selected Chris Westfall, athletic director of Lincoln High School in Ypsilanti as the Region Six Athletic Director of the Year for his outstanding service in the world of youth athletics. Chris has been the athletic director at Lincoln for five years where he also holds the position of head football coach. Along with being a member of the MIAAA, Chris is an active member of the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association. Lincoln High School is a member of the Southeast Conference (SEC) and Chris holds the position of league president. Nicole Holden, Principal at Lincoln High School, offers the following support – “Mr. Westfall is a supportive and encouraging mentor for students and coaches. He is always willing to discuss ideas and concerns. He maintains strong relationships within the athletic community and advocates with skill for the SEC and Lincoln Consolidated Schools. Chris has been a pioneer for Lincoln’s efforts to redefine our athletic department.” The MIAAA is very proud to spotlight the work of Chris Westfall – a person whose work and values best mirrors those of the association.
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Spring 2017 Communicator

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Winter Weather Closing Protocol

As winter weather is now upon us, it is important that families and staff are notified of school closings as soon as possible so plans can be made for an unexpected no-school day. If the weather cooperates we always attempt to make the call the night before. But more likely the school closing decision won’t be made until the middle of the night, but usually no later than 4:00 a.m. More...

Attendance when your child is under the weather

Kindergarten + 1st grade are critical educational years for a child. Missing school during these early years makes it more difficult for children to learn in later years, and they often have trouble reading by the end of third grade. More...
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RAHS Clinic Fall 2016 Newsletter

The RAHS mission is to provide school-based health programs and clinical services that improve the well-being of students, their families, and communities. Youth receive high quality physical, emotional, and preventive healthcare in an easily accessible, supportive, and youth-friendly environment from professional staff who are responsive to the needs of a diverse population. #MoreThanABandAid More...
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LHS Community Closet

NEW 2016-2017 Hours of Operation New and gently used, smoke free clothing for all ages, household items & furniture (based on donations received). All items are free of charge and are available to community and non-community members alike. There is a two bag limit per customer per visit. The Closet is open when school is in session, every Friday 8:30-10:00 a.m. Laundered/smoke free donations are accepted during these times as well. Please check on the LHS home page for updates to The Closet. More...
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ATTENTION KROGER SHOPPERS!

We need your help. It’s free and easy. Kroger will give a donation each time you scan your Kroger Plus card or use your phone number at the register. Several Lincoln organizations participate in the Kroger Community Rewards Program. You must re-register your card each April. Take a few minutes to make sure you’re signed up. Go to www.Krogercommunityrewards.com. More...