GRAD DATE: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6th @ 1:30pm Rosegarden
Graduation Photo Order
Click HERE to order your graduate’s photo!
You must have a Volunteer Driver form on file if you assist or faculty/coaching staff in driving students to school related activitIes.
Interested in volunteering for Lincoln HS? Volunteer applications are now submitted online. **Please click on the link below to submit your volunteer application.
Good Morning Lincoln Lions, today is Tuesday, April 3rd and here are your announcements. Head to the quad today at lunch to celebrate our Cultural Day. Various clubs and class groups will be selling food and having special activities relating to the diverse cultures that make up our Lincoln community.
“Feel stressed, need a break, or just something different in your day? Want to have fun, move your body, relax, and breathe? Come to the small gym TODAY, and any other Tuesday during Advisory for some uplifting YOGA! It is available to all students!”
Do you desire to create change on our campus? Election packets for ASB and Class Elections are still available in room 52. All packets are due tomorrow, Wednesday, April 4th. We encourage anyone interested to apply. Come and join the Lincoln Student Leadership team!
Latinos Unidos invites you to join us this Thursday at lunch for our first BAILE in the Quad. We will be playing Latino music and hope to see you all dancing.
Build bridges not walls! This years Latino youth conference will be held at Bellarmine High School on April 13th and 14th. Everyone is welcome. Please come by room 21 to sign up!
Today’s Homework Center will be held in room 7
Attention Seniors: The senior panoramic picture will be held on Monday, April 16th at 12pm. Order forms will be available starting tomorrow in student services.
And lastly, Seniors - Cap and Gowns will be distributed on Friday during lunch and after school in the main gym foyer.
Thank you and have a good day!
The dance department has its own website; visit
Lincoln Dance for the latest department news!
Each school in San José Unified annually develops a Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA). This plan includes the academic goals the school will be working on during the year and shows how the school will be using the funds allocated to the site.
The SPSA is written with the help of the School Site Council, which then approves the final document and forwards it to the Board of Education for their approval.
Welcome to Ms. Rafalovich’s Class!
Welcome to Mr. Lanuzo’s Class!
Welcome to Ms. Kaur’s Math Class!