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    Family School Messenger Sent 4.2.2021
    Posted on 04/02/2021
    Family Email 4.2.2021The following content was sent via SchoolMessenger email to parents/guardians on Friday, April 2, 2021. If you did not receive the email please first check all your email folders, then check that your School Messenger Communication Preferences on the Seattle Schools website are set to receive notifications from the school and district. If you are still not receiving emails after updating your communications preferences, then please email and we will try to troubleshoot problem.

    Good Afternoon Lincoln Families,

    We hope the week has treated you well and that you have taken the opportunity to enjoy some of the nice weather we have been receiving.
    In preparation for in-person instruction opportunities classes will be asynchronous next week on Monday and Tuesday. Students should sign onto Schoology on Monday and Tuesday for each class to access the assignment. We will communicate out how Mentorship will be provided on Wednesday.
    SPS is sending a survey to all secondary families to opt into in-person instruction or stay fully remote. Please make sure to complete and return the survey by the deadline on April 6th. Families who don’t complete the survey will default to staying fully remote. Please see additional information below in our family email.
    Third quarter ends on April 8th. Please check in with your student and monitor progress on The Source. If you have specific questions about missing assignments or classes your student isn’t making adequate progress in, please reach out directly to that teacher.

    Upcoming Dates

    • April 5: Auditions for Spring Play
    • April 6 @ 12PM: SPS In-person survey due.
    • April 8: End of 3rd Quarter
    • April 8: PTSA Table Talk, 7PM-8:30PM (visit PTSA website for more information)
    • April 9: Online Assembly – please visit ASB YouTube page
    • April 12-16: Spring Break
    • April 19: New bell schedule and in-person instruction (more details to come)
    • May 24: No School, Memorial Day

    Plans for In-Person Instruction

    We are hard at work to keep students and staff safe. We are creating new safety measures that include daily attestation, required face masks, social distancing, traffic flows, etc.
    The In-Person Family Survey will be sent to families on April 2. The survey closes on April 6 at 12PM. Survey information will be complied on April 7. All students will be assigned to a Cohort based on survey responses after April 7 and families will be notified of Cohort placement.
    Students choosing an In-Person Hybrid option will be assigned to either Cohort A (Mon/Tues PM) or Cohort B (Thurs/Fri PM)
    Students choosing to remain completely online for the remainder of this school year will be assigned to Cohort C.
    At this time, we believe the schedule beginning April 19 will look like:

    • Monday: All cohorts will meet online in the morning for periods 1, 2, 3. In the afternoon,Cohort Awill come to school for in-person support and extension activities while cohorts B and C other will log in for synchronous support and extension online for the second half of periods 1, 2, 3.<
    • Tuesday: All cohorts will meet online in the morning for periods 4, 5, 6. In the afternoon, Cohort A will come to school for in-person while all other students log in for synchronous support and extension online for the second half of periods 4, 5, 6.
    • Wednesday: All cohorts A, B, C will participate in Mentorship online.
    • Thursday: All cohorts will meet online in the morning for periods 1, 2, 3. In the afternoon, Cohort B will come to school for in-person while cohorts A and C log in for synchronous support and extension online for the second half of periods 1, 2, 3.
    • Friday: All cohorts will meet online in the morning for periods 4, 5, 6. In the afternoon, Cohort B will come to school for in-person while cohorts A and C log in for synchronous support and extension online for the second half of period 4, 5, 6.

    **A final schedule with bell times will be shared as soon as possible**

    Important procedures for In-Person Hybrid Model

    • There will be a required, daily health screening that must be completed before students enter campus
    • Students will be required to wear a mask.
    • All classrooms will be set for physically distanced spacing aligned to Covid safety protocols
    • In the classroom, students will be assigned to seats that are six feet apart and face the same direction.
    • Students will have their own materials for daily use and items will not be shared.
    • Hand washing will be prioritized throughout the day
    • Daily cleaning of common areas will be done in compliance with CDC and Public Health recommendations. Students will be responsible to clean their personal desk areas in the classroom.
    • Students must remain 6-9 feet apart during class transitions and to and from school

    As news becomes available for any in-person instruction or plans for the spring/next year, we will communicate out to our students and families. You can monitor the plans from the central office:

    Auditions for School Play

    AUDITIONS!!! Do you love acting? Would you like to be a part of Lincoln’s first virtual theatre performance? Announcing AUDITIONS for the play 10 Ways to Survive Life In a Quarantine: A Stay-At-Home Play, by Don Zolidis. We will be rehearsing twice a week virtually. The performance will be live online the evening of June 5th. Auditions will be this Thursday, April 1st and this Monday, April 5th. You do not need to prepare, just come ready to read and tell a short story about your time in Quarantine. If you are interested in auditioning, please fill out this form: If you are interested in Tech for this production, please fill out the form as well. If you have any questions, please email Ms. Sullivan at Hope to see you there!

    Counseling Center Updates

    We are thrilled to welcome Hope Donato to the LHS Counseling team as a long-term substitute for the rest of the 2020-2021 school year. She will be supporting all students with the last names that begin with A-G. Ms. Donato can be reached at
    Counselors presented to 11th graders during Mentorship on 3/31! We touched on the timeline for college applications, the parts of the college application, scholarships and financial aid, and Naviance tools and requirements. The presentation can be found on students’ Mentorship teacher and counselor’s Schoology pages. The Family College Information Night from January 19, 2021 can be found on the LHS website here:

    Running Start information is coming!

    • A presentation will be available to watch on April 9! It will be posted on Counselor Schoology pages, Teams Channels, and the LHS website.
    • The application process will be carefully detailed in this presentation – please watch!
    • Attending an information session at North Seattle or Seattle Central College AND watching the LHS presentation is a requirement to apply.
    • Dates for Info Sessions at North Seattle College:
      • Tuesday, April 13: 6 – 7 p.m.
      • Friday, April 23: 12 – 1 p.m.
      • Wednesday, April 28: 2 – 3 p.m.
      • Thursday, May 6: 6 – 7 p.m.
      • Friday, May 14: 3 – 4 p.m.
    • RSVP to receive the Zoom link:

    Athletics Update

    Season 2 for athletics is coming soon. Season 2 includes: baseball, basketball (boys and girls), soccer (boys), swim/dive (boys), fastpitch, tennis (boys and girls), track and field (boys and girls) and wrestling. If your student is planning on participating, please make sure your registration is updated and complete by visiting FamilyID and our athletics webpage at:
    We have begun to live stream select sporting events at Lincoln. Please visit our ASB YouTube page:

    Youth Resource Fair

    Students are officially invited to attend this year's virtual Youth Resource Fair taking place on April 14th from 3:30-5:00! This event is limited to those ages 14-21 and will be held virtually due to COVID-19 regulations. We intend to have 20-30 companies and organizations participate and speak to teens about jobs and local opportunities!
    Sign up now!:
    If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to We look forward to seeing you there!

    Technology Support (Ongoing Post)

    Is your SPS-Issued laptop broken or needs repairs? Are you receiving an error message on your SPS-Issued laptop? Please contact SPS Tech Support by emailing or call 206-252-0100.
    In addition to our weekly email, you can also find further information and copies of our past weekly emails on our website,, or by following us on social media. If you have specific questions or needs, our main office is available to answer questions from 9AM-3PM daily by calling 206-413-2500 or emailing If you are unable to reach us, please leave a message and we will get back to you.
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