Lincoln Weekly Buzzz
Week of April 4 - April 8, 2022
Dear Lincoln Families,
We hope you enjoyed a restful and fun Spring Break. We are excited to welcome our Hornets back to school today!
Class of 2022
Let us know which colleges and/or programs you have received acceptance. We are talking about any college, university, military, technical college, trade school, or scholarship awards. We love to celebrate your successes. We will announce your accomplishments over the P.A. system on Wednesdays during Advisory. Click HERE to let us know where you have been accepted.
Free YMCA Membership for Lincoln Students
Lincoln students can join the After School Teen Center at the Jackie Robinson YMCA through June 14 at NO COST. This opportunity includes a YMCA membership, free bus pass, STEM and Literacy activities and a snack. See flier for more information. Students must present a current Lincoln High School ID to enroll. Students may see Ms. Mitchell in the Welcome Center if they need an ID.
Masks Optional Starting 4/4/22
After students and staff return from spring break on April 4, 2022 masks will be strongly encouraged but no longer required. This includes on school buses.
In the event that the State or County were to revert to requiring masks at schools, the District would follow those guidelines. Similarly, if the COVID-19 risk in our area increased to a level that would necessitate requiring masks, the District would follow the best medical advice and practices recommended.
Quarter 3 ends this Friday, April 8. Please have a conversation with your student about their current standing to ensure they are on track to earn credit for each course. Please contact your student’s teachers directly if you have any questions. Contact Ms. Jarvis at email@example.com if you need assistance with PowerSchool access.
Students who earned a D or F in any classes required for graduation will automatically be enrolled in Summer School. Students will have the opportunity to earn up to four credits during a 6 week program (two three 3-week sessions), 4 hours/day. Program dates are June 21 - July 29, 2022
Session 1 - June 21 - July 8
Session 2 - July 11 - July 29
Please contact your student’s counselor directly if you have any questions about your student being enrolled in summer school as well as opportunities for acceleration.
We have developed a partnership with San Diego City College to introduce Lincoln students to the variety of certificate programs offered at our local junior college. Each Wednesday, instructors from City College come to Lincoln High School to present information about a specific program of study. Below is the list of programs . Please contact our College and Career Resource Teacher, Lori Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org
4/6/22 - Child Development
4/13/22 - Commercial Music
4/20/22 - Black Contractors Association
4/27/22 - Machine Technology
5/4/22 - AIRE EGEE
5/11/22 - Healthcare
5/18/22 - Photography
5/25/22 - Clothing And Textiles
Class of 2022 Senior Class Information
Scholarship Page - Click HERE to view all the latest information on scholarship opportunities.
Senior activities and Graduation
If you have any questions regarding the following items, please contact our Senior Class Advisor, Ms. Cornwell, email@example.com
Prom - Saturday May 14, 2022
6:30 – 10:30 p.m.
Hyatt Regency Mission Bay
Theme: “A Night Under The Stars”
Price: $75 now until March 31
$80 April 1 until May 4th
Please buy your tickets early on to make sure we are able to provide the Prom experience you deserve!!
Graduation - Tuesday June 14, 2022 at 2 p.m.
Lincoln HS Football Field
Each graduate will be given ticket numbers. The number of tickets each student will receive will be based on the current COVID Guidelines. Official tickets are required for entrance and will be given to graduates/families closer to the graduation date. Tickets Details to follow.
Cap and Gown Orders
If you want to purchase your cap and gown, please call Jostens 1-858-486-2020
You can also purchase the “Spring Grad Special” including your cap, gown and tassel (to keep) and a Yearbook! LINK HERE
All Cap and Gowns, whether purchased or borrowed will be distributed
Hornet Air Brush Shirt and Mask - Ms. Cornwell is still selling shirts and masks in Room 451
Shirts are $35; masks are $10
Can be purchased in the finance office at Lincoln
You can also purchase the “Spring Grad Special” including your Cap and Gown (to keep) and a Yearbook! LINK HERE
Senior Lunch Party: Wednesday, April 13th (12:00 PM - 1:15 PM) During Advisory & lunch @ Baseball Field.
Prom: Saturday, May 14th @ Hyatt Regency Mission Bay
Awards Night: Tuesday, May 31st (5:00 PM - 6:00 PM) @ Theater
Senior Class Yearbook Party: Wednesday, June 8th (12:00 PM - 1:15 PM) During Advisory & lunch @ Baseball Field.
Senior Class Family Sunset Dinner: Wednesday, June 8th (5:30 PM - 7:00 PM) @ Lincoln (location to be determined)
Graduation: Tuesday, June 14th (2:00 PM) @ Football Field (must have tickets to attend)
We are developing a partnership with the Lincoln High School Alumni Association to launch the Lincoln High School Family Foundation. The official launch of the LHS Family Foundation is scheduled to begin in the 2022 - 2023 School Year.
LHS Family Foundation will be composed of current and former parents and guardians of Lincoln High School Students. The goals of the LHS Family Foundation will be to:
Establish and maintain a set of bylaws for the LHS Family Foundation
Facilitate and enhance communication between families and the school
Work in partnership with LHS to provide parent education regarding college and career readiness and social issues that affect our students
Assist in fundraising for the school to provide school programs and capital items not paid for by the San Diego Unified School District
Develop a parent ambassador program
Click HERE to submit your name.
Nominate Someone Who Needs to be Recognized
Lincoln High School in partnership with The Understand the Grind Foundation is looking to recognize and appreciate those in our community who give their time and resources to support our students and school. Please nominate someone you believe needs to be recognized.
Click HERE to make your nomination
L6 - SATURDAY SCHOOL
"L6" Lincoln 6th Day of School (also known as Saturday School) is an additional instructional day offering academic support in various core subject areas to help students reach their academic goals. L6 program is designed based on the need of the school community and students registered to attend. L6 provides instruction for a minimum of four (4) hours 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM and must conform to the regular minimum school day requirements. A nutritious meal provided by SDUSD’s Food Services Department will be offered to all participating students during the instructional day.
Currently L6 will be offering Math and English support for those students that need extra help. In the near future, we will be implementing additional core subject curriculum, including
but not limited to physical education, arts, music, theatre, online learning, robotics, technology, etc. to help support specific student needs.
Students attending may make up all day school absents and class tardies, while participating in the L6 instructional day.
L6 participation is made available to all students on a voluntary
basis and is funded by sites recovering Average Daily Attendance (ADA) for
full day absences.
Students must enroll to participate by the Thursday prior to the next L6 session. Students can enroll ----->HERE<----- or scan the QR code above.
COVID Information from the School Nurse
This is our current process for sick students.
Students sick with any of these symptoms should stay home, or will be sent home from school:
☐ Fever with or no chills > 100.0F
☐ Shortness of breath
☐ Nasal congestion/Rhinorrhea (Runny Nose)*
☐ Sore Throat
☐ New Loss of Taste/Smell
☐ Muscle/Body Aches*
☐ Poor Feeding or Poor Appetite*
If your student has any of these symptoms, please isolate your student at home and follow these steps to return to school:
*If your student has a chronic pre-existing condition that causes these symptoms, your student may come to school if a “Certification of Chronic Medical Condition” form is on file. Due to these symptoms, please isolate your student at home and follow these steps:
• Your student may return 24 hours after symptoms are improving and no fever with a negative COVID-19 PCR-NAAT test (please note: Antigen and at-home tests are not allowed)
o You may send a copy of the result to your school health office firstname.lastname@example.org
• If you do not wish to get a COVID-19 test, your student must stay home for 10 days after their symptom(s) first began, if their symptoms are better and no fever for 24 hours before returning to school without fever reducing medications
• If your student’s symptoms are severe or are not improving after 24 hours, please contact your family doctor or 211 if you do not have a doctor for follow-up and care
• Please send your student to the health office when returning to campus after being out.
• If your student tested positive in the last 90 days and again has new symptoms at this time, please call your family doctor and ask what to do next. Your student may return to school 10 days after their new symptoms started, or when your doctor says it is ok to return.
Independent Study Contracts
Attendance Office & Enrollment
Please call or email our attendance office if your student will be out. Alpha Assignments...
- A- D - Cathy Dominguez* (ext. 3011) email@example.com
- E - L - Rosa Gallardo* (ext. 3013) firstname.lastname@example.org
- M-Q - Emilia Castillo (ext. 3012) email@example.com
- R - Z - Michelle Mitchel (ext. 2146) firstname.lastname@example.org
* Habla Español
Click here for the up to date information from the Counseling Department
Work Permits are now obtained through the District. All minors under age 18 must have a work permit. Please click here for more information.
Attention ALL returning Hornets! The Lincoln Athletics Program is in need of athletes to fill up our 2021-22 Season! No prior experience necessary! Just come with an open mind, a positive attitude and the willingness to put in some work. Simply scan the QR Code below, sign into your google account to complete the Google Form and we will be in touch! We’re looking forward to your participation.
DISTRICT MESSAGE ABOUT ATHLETIC PHYSICALS
2021-22 athletic physical packets have officially been posted to www.athleticclearance.com as of Tuesday, June 1, 2021. The San Diego Unified School District is offering a one year grace period where the physicals for the 2021-22 school year are acceptable one year from their date of clearance; however in the 2022-23 school year, all physicals will need to be completed after June 1st to be covered for the entirety of the 2022-23 school year
This is the ASB online store it is open 24/7/365 and ships straight to you once your order is processed. 20% off of orders of $85 or more until the end of January!! ASB does make a percentage of profit on each item.
MTSS (Multi-Tiered System of Supports)
Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) Team at Lincoln provides proactive academic, social-emotional and behavioral strategies for students with various needs.
You can assist students in receiving the supports they need to be successful by emailing their counselor for academic support or refer students using the Intervention Referral Form on the counseling website for social-emotion and basic needs.
Reasons to Complete the Intervention Referral Form:
-If a student is struggling with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, self harm or any other mental health issues
- If a student is going without basic needs (housing, food, hygiene products, clothing, etc.)
- If a student has a general health issues (vision, sick visit, hearing, etc.)
Intervention Referral Form - English
Nursing & Wellness
Sick and symptomatic students must not come to school. Please contact the School Nurse if your student has a chronic condition she needs to be aware of. Please contact the School Nurse Ms.Bree Williamson at email@example.com or at (619) 266-6500 ext. 3050 or the Health Technician Ms. Deen Liwanag at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (619) 266-6500 ext. 2137. Please contact our attendance office and report your student’s absence if he/she/they are unable to attend classes in person or on-line.
Testing Information for Students
All families are now required to make a choice on Covid testing at the start of the new school year. Every family must complete the below form and submit their response online at this time. Free Covid testing in school not only helps prevent the spread of the virus, but it also helps more students stay in school and continue their education.
To opt-in for testing for your child, please complete the COVID-19 Testing Acknowledgement Form on PowerSchool. Please Note: A PowerSchool Username and Password will be required to complete this form. If you do not have the Access ID and Password for your student, please contact Ms. Jarvis at email@example.com to obtain this information.
All Transcript Requests must be made using the following google form:
-All current Lincoln High Students and Alumni/ Former Students of Lincoln High from the class of 2015 to 2025:
USE THE FOLLOWING LINK LHS Transcript Request Form C/O 2015-2025
**Please note Alumni/Former LHS Students: Copy/Picture of government issued ID is required. Allow 5 business days for processing.
High School Registrar: Ms. Molina-Cordova
How to get help with...
Student and Family Support Hotline
We have established a hotline for students, parents and guardians who need support in accessing live zoom classes. The hotline is open Monday – Friday from 8:15am – 11:45am.
English & Spanish 619-732-6282
If you need help with your district Chromebook or other devices used for Online Learning, contact the Distance Learning Technical Support Line at (619) 732-1400.
Hours of operation are 8 am - 5 pm, Monday - Friday.
Textbooks (Drop off and Pick Up)
Please contact our Library Tech, Ms. Liwanag at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619-266-6500 ext. 3055 to schedule an appointment.
Please contact our SIS Site Tech, Ms. Jarvis at email@example.com or 619-266-6500 ext. 2609 for assistance.
Please take a moment to review our district’s Family Engagement Website to learn about Parent Leadership opportunities, workshops, resources and more.