• The Lincoln School Committee is composed of seven non-partisan members, five who are elected by Council voting districts of the Town and two who are elected from the Town at large.  Each member serves a four year term. The four year terms are staggered so that no more than four new members can be elected at any one time.  The school committee meets once per month during the school year, normally on the second Monday of each month.

    Goals

    The Lincoln School Committee has established these goals in order to help the school district flourish and continue to be a source of pride in the community.
     
    1.    The Lincoln School Committee will develop and implement a Communication Plan to strengthen its partnership with parent/families and the community in order to support student achievement.
     
    2.    The Lincoln School Committee will support the assessment of the district’s early childhood program through the Bright Stars application process as an important step in the expansion of PreK opportunities in the Lincoln Public Schools.
     

    Lincoln School Committee Bylaws - Adopted August 24, 2021
  • JHCCC - Suicide Prevention/Response

    Due to the myriad of emergency situations which arise in a public school building, the district has developed a procedure to follow should a crisis emerge where any member of the school community may be deemed At Risk. Any member of the school community who may have knowledge of a critical school emergency, such as a suicide threat, the untimely death of a faculty member, contraband or weapons in a school building or any other threat which may post a potential danger to the physical or emotional well being of any member of the school community must report this information to a member of the faculty (who must confer with the building principal), building principal or assistant principal immediately

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  • JOB - Student Records Access

    Purpose
    The purpose of this policy is to set forth guidance governing the protection of privacy of parents and students under applicable Federal and/or State Statutes. It is the policy of the Lincoln School
    Department to allow parents and eligible students access to certain educational records, and to obtain the written consent of said parents and eligible students prior to the release of certain educational records. Such access to and/or release of such educational records shall be governed by appropriate regulations and/or procedures established in conformity with Title 45 of the Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.) Part 99 and the Rhode Island Educational Bill of Rights (RI General Law 16-71), and other applicable federal and state statutes.

     

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