Principal's Message

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     Dr. Allen Burch

    It is hard to believe that the first nine weeks of school has come to a close. I hope that students have settled into their classes and have discovered a sport, club, or organization that meets their interests outside of the classroom. It is exciting to see the number of students who excelled in their academics to start the year, with almost 1200 students made honor roll for the first 9 weeks. I appreciate the character, enthusiasm and love for Lincoln our students have displayed this year and am excited to continue the year in a positive manner.

    The first nine weeks of school have been an exciting time at Lincoln. Our student government has done a tremendous job organizing activities for student participation, including Club Rush and Homecoming. Our clubs and athletic teams have had great success, including special recognitions in football, golf, Mu Alpha Theta, NJROTC, swimming, cross country, and volleyball. Four Lincoln seniors have been recognized as National Merit Semifinalists, and three have been recognized as National Merit Commended Scholars.

    Lincoln High School has an incredible staff who are engaged in yearlong professional development with a focus on classroom instruction, support services for students, and mentoring in the classroom. We worked closely with our new teachers this year in multiple professional development days.   The professionalism and desire to improve displayed by Lincoln teachers is incredible and I know this staff cares deeply about our school and students. Thank you for a great start to the year and I look forward to keeping the momentum we have established throughout the year. Go Trojans!

     

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Microsoft Office for Students and Teachers

  • Leon County Teachers and Staff-

    Leon County Schools is proud to announce the new Microsoft Student Advantage Program to students and parents. This program provides free access to Office 365 Pro Plus for students enrolled in school districts that purchase enterprise-level licenses. Leon County Schools meets this requirement!

    Any student who is currently enrolled in the Leon County School District is eligible and may download and install Office 365 Pro applications on up to 5 devices (PC, MAC, and/or mobile device).

    Click here to register.

Lincoln on the Weather Channel

  • Lincoln High School and WeatherSTEM have partnered to provide real time weather data from Lincoln High School to our community.  The personal weather station's data is being utilized in our classrooms and on our athletic fields.  Recently, the Weather Channel produced a story on the Lincoln High School football team and their use of the weather data.  This story is currently airing on the Weather Channel.  Click here to view.

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