Resources

Counseling

Lincoln Counseling Office

The counselors at Lincoln High School work with individual students and with groups to help them develop strategies for success in academics, and in considering their post-high school plans and future careers. Counselors challenge students to become aware of their individual strengths, to develop methods for dealing with difficulties, to set goals, to make choices and to consider consequences.

The Counselor’s Schoology pages have been updated with lessons, presentations, forms, and other useful resources. Please visit your Counselor’s Schoology and click on the Materials tab.

We are also holding Office Hours from 9-3:30 daily by appointment .

You can either make an appointment through the Counseling Page via Bookings or through the link embedded in Schoology. Go to the Student and Family Portal page for links to Schoology.

Make wise choices, be healthy, and do something constructive and thoughtful every day!


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the role of a school counselor?

School Counselors work in three primary domains: social/emotional, academic support, and postsecondary planning. Within those domains, we use data to determine how and what we deliver to students. Our delivery of information needs to be relevant, equitable, and accessible by the vast majority of students. The majority of students will get information relevant to them through our grade level or schoolwide programming. We know that some will still have questions or specific circumstances and will want extra support. Those students are encouraged to bring those questions to a meeting with their counselor.

I know of someone who needs extra help. What should I tell them?

Or encourage them reach out to their counselor or administrator so that we can provide assistance.  They can email lincolncounseling@seattleschools.org or lincoln@seattleschools.org


Forms

District Counseling Forms

Use the above link to access the following forms:

  • High School PE Waiver Request Form
  • Service-Learning Form
  • Seattle Schools Graduation Requirement Waiver
  • High School Credit from Middle School Forms (different forms depending on grad year)

Additional Resources

Family Resources for Grief, Mental Health, and Suicide Prevention

Seattle Public Schools has many resources available for families which can be found here:

SPS Resources

Including:

  • Mental Health & Substance Use Support Services
  • Emotional Support Resources
  • Grief and Loss Local Community Resources