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MHSAA Division 1 State Champion Boys Basketball Team
MHSAA State Champion Boys Basketball photo by Jake May Mlive.com
LHS Students performing in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
LHS Marching Band plays to stands
Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow #school everyday
Senior Jordan Levitt crowned Homecoming Queen
Drive a School Bus for Lincoln Schools. For more information, contact the Transportation Department at 734-484-7044.
Lincoln Varsity Football players entering field through banner
Preschool students on image highlighting preschool programs at www.washtenawpreschool.org
Elementary students working on catapults for STEM lesson.
Elementary students pictured with K-9 dog
Student artwork of Abraham Lincoln in the style of Andy Worhal
RAHS Clinic
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Welcome to Lincoln Consolidated Schools

Welcome to Lincoln Consolidated Schools

SAVE TIME!

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.

Homecoming Celebration

This year a committee has been formed to review our current practices for our Homecoming celebration.  In an effort to improve our event and ensure that it is meeting the needs of the entire Lincoln community, we need your valuable input and feedback. 

Thanks for your time in advance!
LHS Homecoming Forum
 

Click for Community Survey


 

PDF DocumentTransportation Request for Proposal


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


NOW HIRING!

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 www.EDUStaff.org 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 www.aramark.com/careers 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 May
    • CNA Lunch Visit 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
      CNA Lunch Visit
      Date: May 22
      Time: 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
      Location: Lunch Rooms
      Calendar: LHS Calendar
      Instructors from the CNA Program at WCC will be here to share information with students.
    • LHS-LHS Junior Night 6-8 pm
      Date: May 22
      Time: 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM
      Location: LHS Room 200
      Calendar: LHS Calendar
      Junior Night - All junior parents are welcome to attend. This meeting will cover what juniors need to do during the summer/fall to prepare for their senior year and their future beyond Lincoln.
  • 23 May
    • Vision Day @ RAHS
      Date: May 23
      Calendar: LHS Calendar
    • MIAT Visit 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
      MIAT Visit
      Date: May 23
      Time: 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
      Location: Lunch Rooms
      Calendar: LHS Calendar
      A Representative from the Michigan Institute of Aviation and Technology will be here to share information about their program.
    • LHS Tutoring 2:45 PM to 4:00 PM
      LHS Tutoring
      Date: May 23
      Time: 2:45 PM to 4:00 PM
      Location: LHS Media Center
      Calendar: LHS Calendar
      After school tutoring for High School students only
  • 24 May
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  • 28 May
    • LHS Tutoring 2:45 PM to 4:00 PM
      LHS Tutoring
      Date: May 28
      Time: 2:45 PM to 4:00 PM
      Location: Media Center
      Calendar: LHS Calendar
      Tutoring for high school students only
  • 29 May
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Link to Online Payment website RevTrak  Link to Employment Opportunities

Order Records for learners, parents and third parties  

Link to OK to Say website    

Employee of the Month

Congratulations to Anna Marie Allen, Bishop Secretary, for being named Employee of the Month for May, 2019.  The Board of Education presented her with a certificate and gift card provided by Rehman Robson.

Thank you Anna Marie for all you do for Lincoln Schools!  

ORLO H. WRIGHT SCHOLARSHIP The annual report of the Orlo H. Wright Scholarship is available for inspection at the address indicated below during the regular school hours by any citizen who so requests. Lincoln Consolidated Schools 7425 Willis Road, Ypsilanti, MI 48197. Scholarship Trustee: Rebekah Ward

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.