VACCINATION CENTER OPEN TO ALL AT LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL

Everyone can now make their appointment for their COVID Vaccination at Lincoln High School. Open to all school employees and anyone in the community age 18 and above. Staff, students, parents and community members book your appointment now!
Call (866) 980-0870 to make an appointment. Walk-in vaccinations also available.

Todos ahora pueden hacer su cita para la vacuna COVID en Lincoln High School. Abierto a todos los empleados de la escuela y a cualquier persona de la comunidad de 18 años o más. El personal, estudiantes, los padres y los miembros de la comunidad reservan su cita ahora! Llame al (866) 980-0870 para hacer una cita y tambien hay vacunas disponibles sin cita previa.

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Through a culture of academic excellence and multiple pathways to success, Lincoln Heights & El Sereno Community of Schools will provide high quality instruction and relevant learning to develop ethical leaders and life-long self directed learners who will become contributors in their local and global communities.
 
 
 

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VACCINATION CENTER OPEN TO ALL AT LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL Featured Photo

VACCINATION CENTER OPEN TO ALL AT LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL

Everyone can now make their appointment for their COVID Vaccination at Lincoln High School. Open to all school employees and anyone in the community age 18 and above. Staff, students, parents and community members book your appointment now! Call (866) 980-0870 to make an appointment. Walk-in vaccinations also available. Todos ahora pueden hacer su cita para la vacuna COVID en Lincoln High School. Abierto a todos los empleados de la escuela y a cualquier persona de la comunidad de 18 años o más. El personal, estudiantes, los padres y los miembros de la comunidad reservan su cita ahora! Llame al (866) 980-0870 para hacer una cita y tambien hay vacunas disponibles sin cita previa.
Fender Music Program- Learn to play bass, guitar, & ukulele! Featured Photo

Fender Music Program- Learn to play bass, guitar, & ukulele!

LA Unified students, grades 6-8, are taught by LA Unified teachers and supported by Fender Play, Fender's online music learning platform. Instruments will be provided for students who commit to attend all classes. Quantities are limited and will be reserved on a first come, first served basis. A mailing address for instrument delivery must be provided during registration for new students. Enroll at https://enrichment.lausd.net
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Reopening of Schools Parent Survey- Due March 19

The purpose of this questionnaire is to let Los Angeles Unified know how your child will participate in instruction when schools reopen. All families will need to complete this Program Selection Form by March 19 so that we can adequately prepare to provide an instructional program that meets your child’s needs. Please note that if no response is received for your child, the default will be for your child to continue learning online. You will also have the option to change how your child will participate in instruction every two weeks after schools reopen by contacting your school. Les pediremos que nos digan sisu hijo(a) regresará al salón de clases o completará el semestre en línea. Las escuelas necesitarán esa información a fin de finalizar los planes para asegurarse de que cada estudiante reciba la mejor educación posible. Pueden completar el cuestionario en línea antes del 19 de marzo.
Black Lives Matter Week Feb. 1st - Feb 5th Featured Photo

Black Lives Matter Week Feb. 1st - Feb 5th

Black Lives Matter at School is a national committee of educators organizing for racial justice in education. Black Lives Matter at School encourages all educators, students, parents, unions, and community organizations to join their annual Week of Action during the first week of February each year. The Black Lives Matter at School movement first started in Seattle during the fall of 2016, when thousands of educators in Seattle came to school on October 19th wearing shirts that said, “Black Lives Matter: We Stand Together.” Hundreds of families and students did too. Many of the shirts also included the message “#SayHerName,” a campaign to raise awareness about the often unrecognized state violence and assault of women in our country."

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