About Lincoln High School

about 1 year ago

Mission Statement

Our Mission Statement at LHS is to ensure student success by providing the best educational opportunities through technology and collaborative learning in a safe environment to promote a college and career ready graduate. 


Vision Statement  

To provide a high quality education to all students through project based learning and the 1:1 technology initiative promoting critical thinking skills, communication skills, and creativity skills molding a college and career ready student.


LHS Motto

L - Learning

H - How to be

S - Successful


Guiding Principles

Lincoln High School is a community of learners who:

  • Promote and value quality instruction by providing meaningful, engaging, and challenging work.
  • Focus on high achievement for all students.
  • Celebrate all achievements for each individual.
  • Provide opportunities to meet the individual needs of all learners.
  • Value all individuals and their contributions.
  • Work together to accomplish our core purpose.
  • Provide positive role models with high expectations.
  • Exhibit actions that reflect integrity.
  • Practice flexibility in our learning communities.
  • Communicate positively with all.
  • Provide everyone a clean, comfortable, safe, and distraction-free environment conducive to learning.
  • Foster responsibility, respectfulness, and resourcefulness in the school community.
  • Provide appropriate instruction in adequate time.
  • Provide all students with diverse cultural aesthetic and academic experiences.
  • Promote, value, and cultivate leadership for all members in the school community.
  • Participate in systemic staff development to provide continuous school improvement.Instill pride in each individual, school, and community.

Goals

The Goals of LHS are...

1.      Implement an effective, challenging, and energized curriculum that promotes academic excellence and aesthetic appreciation for each student.

2.      Expand, improve, and maintain school facilities in order to provide a positive and productive learning environment.

3.      Foster a positive image of the Talladega County Schools.

4.      To integrate technology into the school.

5.      To provide alternate programs to meet needs of at risk students.

6.      Develop an equitable, adequate funding base within Talladega County.

7.      Enhance instruction and services for students by implementing a more effective and challenging staff development program.


Alma Mater

Lincoln High, Dear Alma Mater

To thee our love we bring

To our happy school day memories

We will always sing.

Steadfast, loyal, ever true

To thee we'll always be

Gold and Black will reign forever

In our hearts to thee




Tuition Students
VERY IMPORTANT - Any student that attends Lincoln High School by means of tuition must have his/her tuition application submitted to Lincoln High School on or before July 28, 2016. We will not be able to accept any tuition applications after July 28th. Tuition is a year to year process, meaning any student that attends Lincoln High School via tuition must fill out a new tuition application for each school year. Tuition applications can be picked up in the main office of Lincoln High School.

*LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL IS UNABLE TO ACCEPT ANY NEW STUDENTS THAT WISH TO ATTEND LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL THOROUGH THE TUITION OPTION*

*If you have any questions regarding tuition, please contact the school - 256-315-5295*
ADMINISTRATION
Principal - Andy Keith - andykeith@tcboe.org
Assistant Principal - Seth Taylor - seth.taylor@tcboe.org
2016-2017 New Lunch Prices
Digital Device Orientation/Schedule Pick-Up/School Fees Schedule
9th Grade - August 1st - 6:00 pm - LHS Gym
10th Grade - August 2nd - 6:00 pm - LHS Gym
11th Grade - August 3rd - 6:00 pm - LHS Gym
12th Grade - August 4th - 6:00 pm - LHS gym

*If you have multiple students that attend LHS, please only attend one orientation. You are not required to attend multiple orientations.*
2016-2017 Summer Feeding Program Lincoln High School Cafeteria Free to anyone under the age of 18
Summer Meals for kids and teens being served at Lincoln High School Cafeteria beginning June 1st. The program will provide breakfast and lunch to all individuals under the age of 18. There will be no cost for the meals nor will there be any enrollment required. Serving times are listed below.

Starts - June 1, 2016 - Ends - July 26, 2016
Breakfast - 7:30 - 8:30
Lunch - 10:30 - 12:30
Monday - Thursday
Closed on Friday
Closed July 4-7
Mrs. Bailey 's Supply List 2016-2017
AP Lang
Highlighters: blue, pink, yellow, orange
Paper
Pens
Pencils

AP Lit
Highlighters: blue, pink, yellow, orange
Paper
Pens
Pencils
Notecards

Biology
Paper
Pens
Pencils
Crayons, markers, or colored pencils
Ms. Shaddix's Supply List 2016-2017
2pk Clorox Wipes
2pk Paper Towels
Pencils (Number 2)
2pk Black Pilot G-2 07 pens ultra fine
2pk Klenex
2pk college rule paper
2 1.5 inch 3-4ing binder (1 needs to be black in color)
Crayola Color Pencils
Crayola Markers
Hand Sanitizer
1pk white index cards
Mrs. River's Supply List 2016-2017
Loose Leaf Paper (no composition notebooks)
Pencils (no pens can be used)
Graphing Paper
3-Ring Binder w/ Dividers
Dry Erase Markers/Eraser
Calculator (optional)
Mrs. Reynold's Supply List 2016-2017 - slreynolds@tcboe.org
AP Biology and Pre-AP Biology Required Supplies

Three-Ring Binder with pockets
Loose Leaf Paper (Wide or College Ruled, NO SPIRAL NOTEBOOKS PLEASE)
Pencils
Basic Calculator (NOT SCIENTIFIC)
USB flash drive
Ear Buds of headphones
$15.00 Lab Fee
AP Exam is a requirement and the cost will be discussed at a later date.

Optional Supplies for AP Bio and Pre-AP Bio
Kleenex
Clorox Wipes
Hand Sanitizer
Binder Dividers
Highlighters
Pens and white out
Rubber gloves for labs (yellow dish washing gloves can be used all year)

Physical Science Required Supplies

Three-Ring Binder
Loose Leaf Paper (Wide or College Ruled, NO SPIRAL NOTEBOOKS PLEASE)
Pencils
Calculator (Scientific calculator required)
USB flash drive
Ear Buds or headphones
$10 Lab Fee


2016-2017 Senior Drapes Schedule
ALL 2016-2017 SENIORS - Senior Drapes are scheduled for Thursday, July 21st and Friday, July 22nd beginning at 8:00 am on both days. For more information please contact Mr. Brian Kelly @ bkelly@tcboe.org
Mrs. Dorough's Supply List 2016-2017
Alg. 2 w/ Trig
3 ring binder with paper
graphing paper
Pencils and highlighters only
Scientific Calculator (calculator will not be provided)
Pick one - Kleenex, germ-x, dry erase markers, Lysol, wipes

Pre-Cal
3 ring binder with paper
graphing paper
Pencils and highlighters only
Scientific Calculator (calculator will not be provided)
Pick one - Kleenex, germ-x, dry erase markers, Lysol, wipes

AP Stats3 ring binder with paper
graphing paper
Pencils and highlighters only
TI-84 Graphing Calculator is required.
Pick one - Kleenex, germ-x, dry erase markers, Lysol, wipes
Ms. Lloyd's Supply List 2016-2017
English 11
Loose Leaf notebook and paper
Pens/Pencils
1 - Germ-x
Optional - highlighters

English 12
Loose leaf notebook and paper
pens/pencils
index cards (1pk each 3x5 and 5x7)
1 box kleenex or wipes
Optional - Highlighters
Mrs. Colley's Supply List 2016-2017
Mrs. Colley will be teaching the following classes:
Biology
Anatomy
Environmental Science

This is the supply lists for those classes
Supply List:
one subject notebook
pens
pencils
loose leaf paper
colored pencils
index cards
tab dividers
highlighters
scissors
glue sticks
usb flash drive
lab fees

Wish List:
dry erase markers
hand sanitizer
clorox wipes
kleenex
paper towels
2016-2017 SCHOOL FEES
Locker - $5.00
Parking Decal - $10.00
ACT T-Shirt (can be worn on Tuesdays w/ jeans) - $5.00
Digital Device Fee - $25.00
Protection Plan - $15.00



*If you are taking a career tech course that requires a fee or have a course that requires a lab fee, you will be given that information after school starts.*
Mrs. Doty's 10th grade English Pre-AP Summer Reading 2016-2017
Student's in 10th grade Pre-AP English need to read Copper Sun by Sharon Draper and also be prepared to take an assessment on the major themes and characterization the first week of school.
Tuition Students - VERY IMPORTANT - 2016-2017
All returning tuition applications are due on or before July 23rd. Payment is due on the first day of enrollment. We only accept the following method of payment. 1. Money Order 2. Cashiers Check

If you are a tuition student and you have not submitted a tuition application, this needs to be done on or before July 23rd.

Tuition Cost:
1 student $750.00
2+ students - contact the school

If you have any additional questions please contact the school.

Lincoln High School will not be accepting any new tuition students for the 2016-2017 school year. Only students that are currently enrolled.
Mrs. Stephens' Supply List 2016-2017
Agriscience:
3 Ring Binder
$30 Class Fee

Horticulture:
3 Ring Binder
Engineering Scale
$30 Class Fee

Greenhouse Management:
3 Ring Binder
$30 Class Fee

Construction Site Prep:
3 Ring Binder
$30 Class Fee
FIRST DAY BACK TO SCHOOL 2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR FOR STUDENTS IS THURSDAY, AUGUST 11TH. DOORS WILL OPEN AT 7:20 AM.
THE FIRST DAY OF THE 2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR FOR ALL STUDENTS IN TALLADEGA COUNTY WILL BE ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 11TH. THE DOORS AT LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL WILL OPEN AT 7:20 AM. ALL STUDENTS SHOULD REPORT TO SCHOOL IN SCHOOL DRESS CODE. THURSDAY WILL BE A-DAY, FRIDAY WILL BE B-DAY.
Mrs. Edmondson's Supply List 2016-2017
Algebra 2 with Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus and Calculus
- 3 Ringer Binder with pockets
- Loose Leaf Paper (college ruled)
- Graph Paper
- Pencils
-Highlighter
-Expo Markers
-Graphing Calculator (TI-84, TI-84 Plus or TI-84 CE)

Wish List:
Clorox Wipes, Kleenex, Hand Sanitizer, Expo Markers

Mrs. Doty's Supply List 2016-2017
Required Supplies
-Pens
-Pencils
-At least 3 different color highlighters
-One 1inch 3 ring binder
-Paper for binder
-1 pack of 3x5 index cards
-spiral notebook or bound composition book
FIRST DAY FOR SCHOOL BREAKFAST 2016-2017
THE FIRST DAY LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL WILL OFFER BREAKFAST WILL BE MONDAY, AUGUST 15TH.
Mrs. Roberts Supply List 2016-2017
Chemistry/Pre-AP Chemistry
Scientific Calculator
Loose leaf paper
3-ring binder
pencils
lab fee: $10.00(Chemistry) $15.00 (Pre-AP Chemistry)

AP Chemistry
Scientific Calculator or Graphing Calculator
Loose leaf paper
3-ring binder
pencils
ruler
lab fee - $25.00

AP Physics
Scientific Calculator or Graphing Calculator
Loose leaf paper
3-ring binder
pencils
ruler
protractor
lab fee - $25.00
Mr. Edwards Supply List 2016-2017
US History 10
3-ring binder
loose leaf paper
pens (blue or black ink)

Pre-AP History 10 and AP History
3-ring binder
loose leaf paper
pens (blue or black ink)
thick spiral binder
15-20 file folders
small file organizer
3 ring-hole punch (small)
Pre-AP/AP Summer Assignments - VERY IMPORTANT
Students and Parents: The following teachers will be teaching a Pre-AP/AP course for the 2016-2017 school year. Each student enrolled in a Pre-AP/AP course was required to pick up the summer assignments (if the teacher assigned work) before the end of school. If the student does not have the summer assignment/assignments completed when school begins, they will receive a 0 for the assignment. If you should have any questions, please contact the Pre-AP/AP teacher via email. Not all teachers gave summer work.

Mrs. Morrow - Pre-AP English 9 - rmorrow@tcboe.org
Mrs. Doty - Pre-AP English 10- kdoty@tcboe.org
Mrs. Bailey - AP Lang/AP Lit - ambailey@tcboe.org
Coach Chambless - Pre-AP History 9 - timothy.chambless@tcboe.org
Mr. Edwards - Pre-AP History 10/AP History 11 - hedwards@tcboe.org
Coach Bailey - Pre-AP Geometry - wbailey@tcboe.org
Mrs. Dorough - AP Stats - jbdorough@tcboe.org
Mrs. Edmondson - Pre-AP Alg. 2wTrig, Pre-AP Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus - ledmondson@tcboe.org
Mrs. Reynolds - Pre-AP Biology/AP Biology - slreynolds@tcboe.org
Mrs. Roberts - Pre-AP Chemistry/Ap Chemistry/AP Physics - wroberts@tcboe.org

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