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Senior Jordan Levitt crowned Homecoming Queen
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Welcome to Lincoln Consolidated Schools

Welcome to Lincoln Consolidated Schools


Pre-register your new student online.  Once you've completed your online registration, bring the required documentation to our enrollment office at 7425 Willis Road, Ypsilanti--located at the west end of Lincoln High School.

PDF DocumentDistrict Transportation Letter from Superintendent

Dear Lincoln Community,

As many of our families have experienced, Lincoln Consolidated Schools continues to be severely affected by the nationwide shortage of bus drivers. Not having enough drivers means many of our students are late to arrive to school or held on campus at the end of the school day. Every available driver is being utilized daily, but we still are unable to keep these delays from occurring.

Over the last several months, the district has done the following to address the problem:

  • Actively recruited bus drivers to fill open runs or serve as substitute bus drivers.

  • Put procedures into place to ensure timely communication to families when delays occur.

  • Implemented REMIND as a communication tool.

  • Added GPS to all buses to allow for real-time vehicle location to better communicate with families when delays occur.

  • Reviewed bus routes district-wide to ensure the most efficient use of bus resources.

  • Purchased seven new buses for our aging fleet to ensure enough buses are always operational.

Based on the difficulty the school district continues to experience with the shortage of available bus drivers and the strain it has placed on our families, we are faced with tough decisions on the viability of student transportation moving forward.  The district has been unsuccessfully able to recruit and retain the necessary staffing to provide reliable student transportation and therefore, at this evening’s Board of Education meeting, the topic of outsourcing student transportation starting with the 2019-20 school year will be discussed. 

Know that I do not take the possibility of outsourcing our employees lightly. Many have dedicated their careers to transporting our students to and from school, but we can no longer ask our families to deal with the continual upheaval they have experienced.




Sean R. McNatt



The new Lincoln District Web Store is now online. Check out all the great spirit wear and make sure you're decked out to show your LINCOLN SPIRIT!

Be sure to put your order in before 4/30 before the store closes. The next window won't be open until Back-to-School in August. Get your order in now!



PDF DocumentNotice of Planning Meeting Time Changes and Added Date 

April 15, 2019 
4:00 p.m

~Children must be 5 years old by December 1st ~

Didn't make it to the Parent Info Nights? You can sign up for one of the April Kindergarten Roundup appointments online.

Young 5/Kindergarten Round Up Appt April 23rd @ Brick Elementary

Young5/Kindergarten Round Up Appt April 24th @ Bishop Elementary

Young 5/Kindergarten Round Up Appt April 25th @ Childs Elementary

Classes forming now for 2019-2020.

Children must be 4-years old by September 1st for Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP). Children must be 3-years old by December 1st for Head Start. For more on these programs visit Washtenaw ISD Preschool Programs.

REMIND sign up for Lincoln Transportation

In an effort to help with transportation communication, please find the following instructions to sign-up for the REMIND App.  The Transportation Department will use this for parents/siblings/babysitters/etc. to receive updates with regards to Lincoln Transportation.  This will allow multiple people to receive the message instantly.  Robo Calls will still still be sent out, but this will allow us to send out last minute notices immediately.  Thank you for supporting us in our communication efforts.

PDF DocumentREMIND App Sign Up for Lincoln Transportation

PDF DocumentSuperintendent Message Regarding District Transportation 


Lincoln Consolidated Schools is pleased to announce that substitute teacher pay has increased to $90.00 per day and substitute paraprofessional pay has increased to $10.00 per hour. 

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Substitute Teacher/Substitute Paraprofessional Process
For more information visit Edustaff's website at or call 877.974.6338.

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For more information visit enrviro-clean's Website

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ARAMARK is looking to hire Food Service positions.  Please visit for more information. Contact Food Service at 734-484-7072.

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NOW HIRING NOON SUPERVISORS.  Contact Human Resources at 734-484-7002 for more information.

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  • 22 Apr
    • Board Of Education Meeting
      Date: Apr 22
      Time: 6:00 PM
      Location: LHS Media Center
      Calendar: District Calendar
  • 23 Apr
    • LHS Tutoring 2:45 PM to 4:00 PM
      LHS Tutoring
      Date: Apr 23
      Time: 2:45 PM to 4:00 PM
      Location: Media Center
      Calendar: LHS Calendar
      Tutoring for high school students only
    • Kindergarten Roundup @ Brick
      Date: Apr 23
      Time: 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM
      Calendar: District Calendar
    • College & Career Fair @ Pioneer High School
      Date: Apr 23
      Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
      Location: Pioneer High School, 601 W Stadium Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI 48103, USA
      Calendar: LHS Calendar
      This event is free and open to all students and families in the surrounding counties. Meet with representatives from more than 100 colleges, career, technical & skilled trades!

      For more information visit
  • 24 Apr
    • Kindergarten Round-up
      Date: Apr 24
      Location: Bishop Elementary School, 8888 Whittaker Rd, Ypsilanti, MI 48197, USA
      Calendar: Bishop Elementary
    • Kindergarten Roundup @ Bishop
      Date: Apr 24
      Time: 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM
      Calendar: District Calendar
    • Middle House Concert 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM
      Middle House Concert
      Date: Apr 24
      Time: 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM
      Location: Gymnasium
      Calendar: Bishop Elementary
  • 25 Apr
    • LHS Tutoring 2:45 PM to 4:00 PM
      LHS Tutoring
      Date: Apr 25
      Time: 2:45 PM to 4:00 PM
      Location: LHS Media Center
      Calendar: LHS Calendar
      After school tutoring for High School students only
    • Kindergarten Roundup @Childs
      Date: Apr 25
      Time: 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM
      Calendar: District Calendar
    • College Fair @ Saline High School
      Date: Apr 25
      Time: 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
      Location: Saline High School, 1300 Campus Pkwy, Saline, MI 48176, USA
      Calendar: LHS Calendar
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Employee of the Month

Congratulations to Chris Grajczyk, Community Education Clerk for being named Employee of the Month for April, 2019.  The Board of Education presented her with a certificate and gift card provided by Rehman Robson.

Thank you Chris for all you do for Lincoln Schools!  

Lincoln Schools Supports All Students

Lincoln Consolidated Schools stands firm in our commitment to supporting ALL students and their families, regardless of national origin, religion, or immigration status. Children have a constitutional right to to equal access to education, and public school districts have an obligation to enroll and educate students without discrimination.  At Lincoln, we benefit from the experience, perspective, and culture of a community that brings diverse learning to our classrooms and schools. We will continue in our commitment to families to provide the best educational experience for all students.

In Lincoln Consolidated Schools we recognize the significant benefits of an inclusive, safe environment that fosters and builds a respectful, dynamic, diverse educational experience.  We celebrate our welcoming and inclusive environment for our students, families, staff and administration.  We are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion.  Diversity includes race and ethnicity, socio-economic status, language, culture, national origin, religious commitments, disability status, age, gender, gender identity and political perspective. We do not support any form of discrimination and are intentional in our efforts to ensure that differences are respected.