Lincoln Schools Enrollment

REGISTRATION INFORMATION + LINKS

Registration is online including scanning and attaching all required documents.
 

Scan and Upload Steps


 

Kindergarten-Grade12 Student Enrollment 
(residents of Lincoln Consolidated Schools)

Step 1: Prepare required documentation listed below:


REQUIRED documentation to enroll at Lincoln Consolidated Schools:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Parent ID
  • a doctors' Official Immunization Record- Current and up to date
  • a well-check health appraisal (Kindergarten and Young 5 students ONLY)

and a (1) Proof of Residency (must show your name at your current address):

  • a Purchase Agreement / Mortgage Statement**
  • a copy of a Rent / Lease Agreement**
  • a Property Tax Bill
  • a current utility bill/turn on notice (water, gas, electric)
  • voter ID card

**A shared housing affidavit is required if you are not
     the homeowner or leaseholder.

Not sure of your school district please use Find My School District Link.


Step 2: Register using the Registration Gateway online student enrollment link.
 

Step 3:  To expedite your registration please submit all documents together with the UPLOAD SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS link provided at the end of the registration. 

 


After you have submitted your registration, enrollment services will review and verify. Expect a confirmation email when the registration has been processed. The email will include your school building's contact information.

 

Vaccines Required for School Entry in Michigan All Kindergarteners and 4-6 year old transfer students Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTP, DTaP, Tdap) :4 doses DTP or DTaP 1 dose must be at or after 4 years of age  Polio :4 doses, 3 doses if dose 3 was given at or after 4 years of age Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR):2 doses at or after 12 months of age Hepatitis B: 3 doses  Meningococcal Conjugate (MenACWY): None Varicella (Chickenpox)*: 2 doses at or after 12 months of age or Current lab immunity or History of varicella disease  All 7th Graders and 7-18 year old transfer students Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTP, DTaP, Tdap) :4 doses diphtheria and tetanus or 3 doses if 1st dose given at or after 1 year of age 1 dose Tdap at 11 years of age or older upon entry into 7th grade or higher  Polio :4 doses, 3 doses if dose 3 was given at or after 4 years of age Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR):2 doses at or after 12 months of age Hepatitis B: 3 doses  Meningococcal Conjugate (MenACWY): 1 dose at 11 years of age or older upon entry into 7th grade or higher  Varicella (Chickenpox)*: 2 doses at or after 12 months of age or Current lab immunity or History of varicella disease

 


 

Kindergarten-Grade 12

Now accepting School of Choice Applications for the School Year 21/22

The Lincoln Consolidated Schools Board of Education has opened its doors to all students residing in Washtenaw County and all contiguous counties. A separate application form must be completed for each student desiring to attend the Lincoln Consolidated Schools under the Schools of Choice State Aid Act of 1996, P.A. 300, Sections 105 and 105c.

Step 1:
Complete the Lincoln Consolidated Schools School of Choice application.
Please complete the student's current/previous school and complete contact information to expedite the student's discipline and attendance records request.

Step 2:
The School of Choice application along with the student's discipline and attendance record will be submitted to the superintendent's office to approve or deny.

Step 3:
The enrollment office will contact you with the district's decision.


How to find my school district?

 

School Required Immunizations
Immunization Waiver Policy
Health Appraisal Form  (Kindergarten/Young 5 only)

Other documentation is required if your child receives or has received special
services:

  • Current IEP & MET
  • 504 Plan

 

Any questions please contact enrollment@lincolnk12.org

 

 

 

Model

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Focus on the whole child – Academically, Socially, Emotionally, and Physically

  • Great Start Readiness Preschool
  • Early Childhood Special Education
  • Evaluation and Support Services
  • Tuition-based Pre-school

Head Start GSRP

The Washtenaw Quality Preschool Partnership is a collaboration of local school districts and community-based providers who offer the State of Michigan (GSRP) and federally (Head Start) funded preschool services for low to moderate-income families.

Children who attend a high-quality program in the year or two before kindergarten are better prepared for school academically, socially, and emotionally.

Please visit the website below. This is the first step in the process to apply for free preschool. It helps us connect you with the program that you feel is best for your family. After completing the interest form, you will still need to complete a full application along with providing your income information.

Preschool at Lincoln Consolidated Schools

Special Education Evaluation Registration

Kindergarten/Young 5 parents with completed registrations, look for a message/mailing this summer prior to school starting.
Watch for sign-up information for Kindergarten Round-up.
Dates: August 16-17 2:00-7:00 pm

 

 

 

Bienvenido a LCS Elementary (subtítulos en español)

مرحبًا بك في مدرسة LCS الابتدائية (ترجمة عربية)

 

21/22 Parent Kindergarten Information 

Childs Elementary

Childs Information Night Presentation and Recording

Bishop Elementary

Bishop Information Night Presentation

Bishop Kindergarten Information Night Meeting Recording

Spanish Immersion

Bishop Spanish Immersion Information Night Presentation

Bishop Spanish Immersion Information Night Meeting Recording

Brick Elementary

Brick Information Night Presentation

Brick Kindergarten Information Night Meeting Recording

 

Young 5 Kindergarten

Starting school is a very exciting time for children and their families! It begins a new chapter in their lives and sets the tone for children's future. But kindergarten standards and curriculum have changed over the years, and many of the skills children were once taught in first grade are now expected in kindergarten. This can make the transition into kindergarten difficult for some children, and the youngest children entering the kindergarten classroom often struggle to adjust.

Young 5 Kindergarten Brochure

Young 5 Kindergarten FAQ

The good news is that Young 5 kindergarten is giving children an opportunity to learn in a hands-on, interactive way that supports their development while still maintaining the high standards of kindergarten.

Young 5 kindergarten is now being offered to children turning 5 years old between September 1 and December 1 to give them an opportunity develop the social and academic skills and the confidence that will help them succeed in kindergarten and beyond.

What is Young 5 Kindergarten?

Young 5 kindergarten is a bridge between preschool and kindergarten for children turning 5 years old between September 1st and December 1st. Young 5 gives young learners a head start and provides them with an opportunity to learn and grow in an environment that is tailored to meet their academic and social needs.

Young 5 Kindergarten:

Is part of the public school system and is free for families

Uses a unique, specialized curriculum that is based on the kindergarten standards and is designed to support young 5-year-olds

Is taught by credentialed teachers with extra training to teach young kindergarten students.

What Happens in a Young 5 Kindergarten Classroom?

In Young 5 kindergarten, teachers help children develop social skills through activities that build confidence and communication. They also expose children to reading and math in an exciting, interactive way by using educational games to teach children about words and sentences and help them understand mathematical concepts like counting and patterns.

Classroom facility and teacher: Young 5 kindergarten students have their own classroom with their own teacher.

Length of the school day: They go to school every day from START TIME to END TIME

Shared activities: They participate in all kindergarten activities such as music and art throughout the year.

Curriculum and learning: They learn important new skills that build on what they may have learned in preschool and help them adjust to the elementary school environment.

Learning environment:  They learn by working with the teacher in small and large groups and also have opportunities for independent exploration.

Why is Young 5 Kindergarten Good for Kids?

Young 5 kindergarten provides children with an opportunity to learn in an enriching and academically challenging environment that nurtures their growth.   Research shows that children who attend kindergarten readiness programs like Young 5 Kindergarten are more likely to do well in school and attend college.

Parents recognize the benefits of Young 5 kindergarten, and many parents have already been enrolling their children in similar programs, public and private, for years. Offering Young 5 kindergarten will help all of our kids get the best start possible, with a curriculum that is designed just for them.

Who Attends Young 5 Kindergarten?

Children must turn 5 years old on or before September 1st to enroll in kindergarten. Previously, children could be enrolled in kindergarten if they turned 5 years old by December 1st. While this change of a few months may seem small, it can mean a big difference during these early years when children are rapidly growing and developing.

Young 5 kindergarten is now being offered so the children whose birthdays between September 2nd and December 1st will have an opportunity to continue building their skills and abilities. Their time in Young 5 kindergarten will help them to succeed in kindergarten, become leaders in the classroom, and confidently navigate the school day routine.

Health Appraisal Form
New Student Immunization Requirements
Immunization Waiver Policy

Enrollment Link

Vaccines Required for School Entry in Michigan All Kindergarteners and 4-6 year old transfer students Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTP, DTaP, Tdap) :4 doses DTP or DTaP 1 dose must be at or after 4 years of age  Polio :4 doses, 3 doses if dose 3 was given at or after 4 years of age Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR):2 doses at or after 12 months of age Hepatitis B: 3 doses  Meningococcal Conjugate (MenACWY): None Varicella (Chickenpox)*: 2 doses at or after 12 months of age or Current lab immunity or History of varicella disease  All 7th Graders and 7-18 year old transfer students Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTP, DTaP, Tdap) :4 doses diphtheria and tetanus or 3 doses if 1st dose given at or after 1 year of age 1 dose Tdap at 11 years of age or older upon entry into 7th grade or higher  Polio :4 doses, 3 doses if dose 3 was given at or after 4 years of age Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR):2 doses at or after 12 months of age Hepatitis B: 3 doses  Meningococcal Conjugate (MenACWY): 1 dose at 11 years of age or older upon entry into 7th grade or higher  Varicella (Chickenpox)*: 2 doses at or after 12 months of age or Current lab immunity or History of varicella disease

Bishop

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  • Multi-age learning environment utilizing High/Scope model
  • Multi-age Classrooms
  • Spanish Immersion - the only elementary immersion program in the area**  Spanish Immersion Interest Form
  • Michigan Green School
  • Student-Designed Assemblies
  • Plan-Do-Review Choice Time

Brick

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  • Focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math – STEM
  • Engineering is Elementary Program
  • Maker Space: Making things is a great way to learn!
  • Engineer In-Residence
  • Works with students and
  • serves as trainer for staff

After-School Classes

Engineering, Robotics, Programming, 3D Design, 3-D Printing and 3-D Scanning, Family Engineering Nights

Childs

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  • Family and community-inclusive approach
  • Community Service
  • Drama Club
  • PALS (Peers achieving lifelong success
  • Peer Mediation
  • Active PTO
  • Family Fun Nights
  • Fun Run
  • Annual Musical
  • Staff Appreciation Week



 

lms

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Team-based classrooms with enrichment & support opportunities

  • WEB (Where Everyone Belongs) for New Students
  • Athletics
  • Award-winning performing & fine arts
  • LMS Drama
  • National Junior Honor Society
  • Student of the Month/Top 15 Honors Recognition
  • Project Healthy Schools
  • Spanish 1 & 2

 

High School

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Rigorous academic courses with AP classes, CTE options, online learning & college credit opportunities

  • Award-winning Performing & Fine Arts
  • AP (Advanced Placement)
  • Athletics
  • Dual Enrollment
  • LinkCrew New Student Transitions
  • Career Tech Options
  • Extra-Curricular Activities
  • National Honor Society
  • Key Club
  • Link Crew Leaders
  • Drama Club
  • Class Officers
  • Student Council
  • Computer Club
  • Math Club
  • Cultural Diversity Forum

Other groups & clubs are formed each year based on the opportunities that students wish to pursue


 

DISTRICT ACCREDITATION

Lincoln Consolidated Schools has been granted District Accreditation from the AdvancED Accreditation Commission and is recognized across the nation as a quality school system.



TECHNOLOGY

Every building has SMARTboards and ELMO Document Cameras in every classroom, as well as iPad & laptop cards, building-wide wireless access, and technology education computer labs.TECHNOLOGY


 

Enrollment Office Contacts:

Email 

Phone: 734-484-7099
Fax:      734-484-1212


Enrollments are accepted*online.


SCHOOL DISTRICT DISCIPLINE REQUESTS

School Districts Requesting School of Choice Student Discipline information can email the request form to enrollment@lincolnk12.org.
 


 

Lincoln Brochures

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