Lincoln Consolidated Schools
Lincoln Consolidated Schools provides an exemplary educational experience where students develop the foundation for lifelong learning.
COVID-19 Daily At Home Screening for Students
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.
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.
Kindergarten Enrollment Information
Kindergarten Enrollment Information
- Childs Elementary
- Bishop Elementary
- Brick Elementary
- Spanish Immersion
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!
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 www.washtenawpreschool.org 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.
Community Message - June 12
Dear Lincoln Family,
I hope you and your family are doing well.
As the 2020-2021 school year comes to a close, I want to take a moment to thank our entire school community. I’m so proud of how our staff and community rallied TOGETHER to take care of the amazing children of this beautiful community. I’m overwhelmed with pride when I think of the countless stories of people going out of their way to support one another. Our community can be seen as a model for the world the way individuals supported one another with kindness, compassion and love. A special congratulations to the Class of 2021!!
As we close out the 2020-2021 school year, and prepare for our summer programs, we are excited to say that we are planning to have students back for five days a week of in person instruction this fall. Our priority is to keep class sizes lower than in the past and to continue to offer interventions for students who may need additional support. We will also be offering our LCS Virtual Academy for families who prefer to stay virtual next school year. Please look for follow up communications and details throughout the summer.
As many of you know, there is a nationwide shortage of bus drivers. We are exploring a three tier busing option as a way to offer more consistent and reliable transportation starting in the fall. Currently we have a two tier model with HS/MS on one tier and all the elementary buildings on a second tier. A move to three tier would require a change to three separate start times. By moving to a three tier model we would be able to run fewer buses, provide better compensation to our bus drivers, and separate the middle school and high school students from riding the same buses. This would also result in start and end time changes for our buildings. Please look for more information and feedback opportunities regarding the three tier approach soon.
The Master Calendar has been approved for the 2021-2022 school year.
Please help us continue to share the community resources to anyone who may need them.
Virtual Academy 8th Grade Recognition
LCS VIRTUAL ACADEMY OPEN HOUSE
Lincoln will be hosting a Virtual Open House for families who are interested in the LCS Virtual Academy for the 2021-2022 school year.
Wednesday, June 30
There will be a presentation about the program, student and family expectations, and the new curriculum platform with the opportunity for questions. The LCS Virtual Academy is available for K-12 students.
Join us on ZOOM
Meeting ID: 946 0691 7241
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WSA 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.
Your kid’s imagination will take flight with
Washtenaw Community College’s Future U
summer camp: Intro to Drones for Youth.
Join us on July 26 for a week of drone history,
hands-on flying, and more. Plus keep a drone of your own!
School’s out, but learning is in! Washtenaw Community College is offering STEAM summer camps to make digital learning fun again, giving your kids a space to explore new skills.