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PDF Document3-Tier School Schedule FAQ

At last Monday's board meeting, the board approved the 3 tier start times. Thank you to everyone who took the time to provide community feedback on the three-tier proposal. We’ve put together a document of FAQ’s to address the questions and concerns that were raised.

FAQ on Three-Tier School Schedule

What time will my student be starting school? 


Tier 1

Tier 2

Tier 3








Full  Day

7:10 - 2:07

8:00 - 2:57

8:00 - 2:51

9:00 - 3:51

9:00 - 3:51

9:00 - 3:51

Early Release

7:10 - 11:54

8:00 - 12:43

8:00 - 12:41

9:00 - 1:41

9:00 - 1:41


Half Day

7:10 - 10:07

8:00 - 10:57

8:00 - 10:51

9:00 - 11:51

9:00 - 11:51

9:00 - 11:51

        *LMS and Childs students will ride separate buses.

I have children at different buildings that will now be on different tiers. It would be more convenient for my kids to ride the same bus and start/end the day together.

While we completely understand the desire of families to have their children riding the same bus and/or starting at the same time, we have a significant shortage of bus drivers. We need to change our start times for our schools so that we can safely and efficiently transport our district children to and from school. 

High School start times are too early. Research shows that older children need to start later, not earlier. 

We are aware of the research showing later start times are optimal for teens and older students. However, for our families who rely on the older students to provide after-school care, we need to have our older students released earlier so they’re home to be caregivers of their younger siblings. Also, for every minute that we push back the start of school in the morning we have to add to the end of the school day for elementary students, which will push their return home later in the  evening.

The three elementary schools should be on the same tier with Model students on a separate tier. 

In order to reduce the number of buses needed for each tier to a number that can be met by our transportation department, we need to move one of the elementary schools to a separate tier. We considered each building and found that the one that allowed for the most efficiency was Childs Elementary. This is because Childs would already have a staggered start time from any of the other schools. 

Model students need to be included on the third tier because there are limits to the number of preschool students who can ride a bus without additional adult assistance being required. By including them on a bus with elementary students, we are able to transport those students without adding additional adult support to those buses. The staffing shortage would be made worse, not better by moving Model to a separate tier. 

Families with students on different tiers will either need to return to campus multiple times or wait around to pick up/drop off their students.

We understand that there are challenges for families who have students on separate tiers. We are working to identify before and after school opportunities that will help families with this issue. 

There will be too big of a break between the end of the day and the start of athletic/extracurricular activities. What are students supposed to do?  Will they be supervised? 

We are working to identify before and after school opportunities that will help with this issue. In some cases, students that participate in athletics have been getting out of school during their 5th and 6th hours. This plan will eliminate or minimize the loss of education hours while still completing the athletic event.

How are working parents supposed to get to work on time with the later start times?

We understand the challenge the new start times may have for families. We are providing advance notice of the change to three tier with the new school times so that families have time to make arrangements for childcare and transportation before the start of school. 

Kindergarten Enrollment Information


Incoming Kindergarten students previously enrolled in the Early Childhood Center at Model are required to complete the online registration and attach the required documentation at the end of the (rg) registration. 

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Lincoln Consolidated Schools is Now Accepting Preschool Students for the 2021-2022 School Year!

To see if your child qualifies fill out the form at If you do not have internet access or need assistance filling out the application call 1-800-777-2861. 

If you have additional questions please call the Lincoln Early Childhood Office at 734-484-7043.


Please review this short list each morning before your child leaves for school. This is for home use. You DO NOT need to turn into your school. 

COVID-19 Daily At Home Screening for Students

Volunteers/ Building Access 

District visitors, including parents/guardians, will only be able to enter buildings by appointment only. The District has to limit visitors to the buildings, and as a result, visitors and volunteers will only be permitted when necessary. 

Following these procedures will ensure the safety of all of our children. 

Thank you!


Employee of the Month
Kristen Greene Employee of the Month

Congratulations to Kristen Greene, Title I teacher at Brick Elementary, for being named Employee of the Month for June, 2021.  The Board of Education will recognize her at the June 14 meeting.

Thank you Kristen for all you do for Lincoln Schools!  


Summer Reading in the Park

Summer Reading in the Park

August 10th
6:00-7:00 pm
Splitter Park north of the Middle school near the tennis courts.


2021/2022 Master School Calendar

Open Houses for Bishop, Brick, and Childs 
Wednesday, August 25th
5:00-6:30 pm

Middle School
Wednesday, September 1st
5:00-6:30 pm

First Day of School 
Monday, August 30th
K-5 half day
6-12 full day


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Now Hiring Food Service positions
(Kitchen and Cashiers)

Aramark Application link

Inquire with Karen by email    or contact Karen at 734-484-7072


Now hiring Full time bus drivers, at LCs we offer $18 starting wage, full-time and part time schedules, school holidays off, benefits availabel at 30 plus hours per week, paid training, signing bonus. Apply online at Call 734-484-7044 for more information.

PDF DocumentWSA Statement in Support of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Communities


Washtenaw Superintendents’ Association Statement in Support of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Communities 


Washtenaw County, Mich. - With the rise of attacks on Asian Americans and after the murder of eight people in Atlanta, including six Asian American women, by a white male shooter, the Washtenaw Superintendents’ Association is issuing the following statement condemning these acts of racism and standing in solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities both locally and nationally. WSA represents the superintendents of the Washtenaw Intermediate School District and the nine public school districts in Washtenaw County: Ann Arbor Public Schools, Chelsea School District, Dexter Community Schools, Lincoln Consolidated Schools, Manchester Community Schools, Milan Area Schools, Saline Area Schools, Whitmore Lake Public Schools and Ypsilanti Community Schools. Their statement reads: 


As leaders of the nine traditional school districts and the Washtenaw ISD, we stand together to offer our support and solidarity to the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities and call for the end of terrorizing communities of color in our country. As long as racism plagues our schools and our country, we will not be silent. 


As educators, we believe it is our responsibility to shine a light on the anti-Asian violence perpetuated and sustained by policies, practices and beliefs throughout history in our country: The Chinese Exclusion Act, U.S. occupation of the Philippines, Japanese internment camps, and more. Although our history is stained by racist violence, our future does not have to be. 


It deeply concerns us that our students may not feel safe, loved or valued in our community simply because of the color of their skin. We want our students to know, and especially our Asian students, that we see you. We value you. You are important to us, and everything you are and will become makes our community richer. 


As superintendents of the public schools in Washtenaw County, we will not waver. We stand firm today with the same commitment we made last year: We commit to anti-racist leadership and fostering inclusive educational environments where each person, students and staff, feels a sense of belonging and is treated with dignity and respect. 


We want to be clear that racism and hate have no home in our schools or in our communities. Our diversity is what makes us stronger, and we call on our community to stand with us as we foster a future that honors and embraces all of our diverse perspectives and experiences. 

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