Announcements

  • $100 for you and $100 for our PTA when you get vaccinated.

    Getting Vaccinated? 

    Don't miss out on a chance to support the PTA and get $100 for yourself.   

    Online: make an appointment or walk up to City-run vaccine sites or schedule an in-home
    vaccination and just select our PTA as your referring organization. Type in LINCOLN and our
    name --“Parent Teacher Association of Lincoln High School” --comes up as an option.


    In person: No appointment necessary. Just walk-in to get vaccinated! List us as your referral
    source on page 4 of the registration form. Your referring organization is:
    Parent Teacher Association of Lincoln High School
    • A $100 incentive is also available for NYS residents getting their 1st dose

    More info here

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • English Language Learner Family Night - December 7, 2021 - Time: 5 pm – 6:30 pm (Virtual Event)

    Join us for English Language Learner Family Night

    1. Learn important information about credits, graduation, and college.

    2. Learn about Pupil Path and Microsoft Teams

    3. Meet students and staff of the ENL Academy

    Please use this link to register for the event:

    https://bit.ly/ALHSELLFAMILY

    Questions? Contact:

    Ms. Schnall, ENL Coordinator kschnall@schools.nyc.gov

    Ms. Khan, ENL Guidance Counselor nkhan15@schools.nyc.gov

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Sign up for PupilPath

    Digital Report Card Distribution is scheduled for Tuesday, 12/7, at noon.
    All parents should register for PupilPath to stay updated on their child's progress and view report cards.

    Find your PupilPath Login info HERE

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • ALHS Newsletter 11-18-2021

     

    1) PTA Meeting and Special Election Today! 11/19/2021 at 6pm

    The November PTA meeting will take place on Thursday, November 19th, at 6 p.m. on zoom.  Topics will include a PTA special election, PTA/School Partnerships, and Teachers Corner. 

    Please email the PTA at abrahamlincolnhspta@gmail.com to register.  The official meeting notice with the meeting link will be posted here.

    To participate in the special elections families must register for a special identification number by completing the form here

     

    2) Updated Marking Period End Dates

     

    MP1

    MP2

    MP3

    MP4

    End Date

    10/22

    11/30

    1/7

    1/24

    Day of School

    D28

    D52

    D74

    D84

    Number of Days

    28

    24

    23

    9

    Digital Progress Reports

    10/19

    12/7

    1/14

    1/28

     

    3) Family Income Forms

    You do not need to apply for your child to receive meals. Meals are free for all students!  However, we do ask families to complete Family Income Inquiry Form(Open external link), which helps schools receive money for their programs.  The form is filled out once a year and can include all of your children currently in all NYC public schools, so you only need to complete it once for the whole family.

    This form helps determine if students are eligible for certain benefits including college application waivers and AP Exam fee waivers. 

     

    4) Digital Equity Questionnaire.

    The New York State Education Department is requiring all school districts, including the New York City Department of Education, to collect information from families about students’ access to devices and the internet for the 2021-22 school year. To make this as easy as possible for families, the DOE has added a Digital Equity Family Questionnaire to the NYC Schools Account Parent Portal(Open external link) where you can provide answers to the questions for each of your students in grades kindergarten to 12.  Find the full letter for families here

     

    5) Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Food Benefits

    The Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Food Benefits is a federal program to provide food benefits to children who miss the opportunity to receive school meals due to pandemic-related school closures. These benefits will take the form of funds on electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards, which can be used in the same manner as SNAP (food stamp) cards. All children enrolled at DOE schools are eligible.  Click here for more info.

     

    6) All Parents Must Sign up for NYCSA, Operoo, and PupilPath

    To encourage parents to sign up for their school-related accounts, Lincoln will be donating 10lbs of food to the Lincoln Food Drive for every 50 new parent registrants, and the PTA will match with an additional 10lbs of food!  Our goal is to get 500 new users.  500 new parents would equal 200lbs of food!   

    1. NYCSA

    Stay connected to your student’s education and more in the new NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) Portal. One sign-in will allow you to:

    See your student’s grades, test scores, and more • Take classes in Parent University • Access forms for your child • Reset your child's DOE account password • Agencies now accept a screenshot of the NYCSA enrollment page as proof of enrollment for tax and benefits purposes. 

    Request your MyStudent Account Creation Code here

    1. PupilPath

    Log on to PupilPath by downloading the app or going to www.pupilpath.skedula.com 

    Directions and registration codes can be found here.

    1. Operoo

    All families will receive emails to register with Operoo if we have your correct email.  If you are not getting emails from Operoo, please email Ms. Williams at MWillia5@schools.nyc.gov to update your contact info.

    Fall Parent Account Sign-ups

    Account

    Enrollment

    As of 10/1

    New Registrants

    Pounds of Food Donated

    NYCSA

    500

    82

    20lbs

    PupilPath

    662

    83

    20lbs

    Operoo

    1279

    41

    Almost there!

     

     

    7) EMERGENCY BROADBAND BENEFIT

    All households with students enrolled in NYC's public schools can receive a $50 discount towards broadband internet service per month! Details are available at this link: FCC Emergency Broadband Benefit website or parents can watch this FCC video in EnglishSpanish, or American Sign Language to learn more.

     

    8) FACE Newsletter

    Click here to read the latest newsletter from the Office of Family and Community Empowerment that includes information on vaccine details for children ages 5 – 11, Advance Child Tax Credit (CTC) Payments and much more.

     

    9) Attention Seniors!

    Please stay up to date on all senior activities and senior dues on our website.   https://www.alhs.nyc/senior_activities 

    Senior bowling trip is this Friday, 11/19.

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Confirmed Covid-19 Case

    The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) and the NYC Test + Trace Corps (T2) have determined that a member of our school community has tested positive for COVID-19 and may have exposed others while at school.  

    Close contacts have been notified and Lincoln will be deep cleaned, disinfected, and remain open. Please see attached for the official notification letter.

    Parents:  Register for a NYCSA to receive the most up date information from the city.  Request your registration letter here.

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Special Bell for Friday November 12th

    Friday, November 12th, is the afternoon session for parent-teacher conferences from 12:35-2:35.  

    Students will follow the 1-5 schedule posted below.  

    If a student's schedule starts after 5th period, they should report at 10:00 am to cafeteria.  

    Students who would like to have lunch and are not scheduled for Lunch can go to the cafeteria at the end of period 5.

     

               SPECIAL SCHEDULE

     

    Period 1

    7:48– 8:18

    Period 2

    8:21 – 8:51

    Period 3

    8:54 – 9:24

    Period 4

    9:27- 9:57

    Period 5

    10:00 –10:30

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • ALHS Newsletter 11-9-2021

    1) Parent-Teacher Conference November 10th and 12th.

    Parent-Teacher Conferences are Wednesday, November 10th, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday, November 12th, from 12:35 p.m. to 2:35 p.m.  Parent-teacher conferences will be remote.  More details will follow. 

    To schedule a conference, please contact your child’s teachers using our staff directory here.

    In your email, please include student name, student id number, and if you want to conference through email, phone call, or zoom.  

    Families can email in their preferred language and translation services will be available.  

    Student programs and report cards can be found on pupilpath or NYCSA. If you don’t have an account, register by following the links here

    You can also contact guidance counselors and administration directly by finding their contact using the Parent Engagement FAQ and Contacts here.

     2) Lincoln Log Volume No. 7 Now Available

    Click here to read Principal Hoogenboom’s Parent Newsletter about what is new at Lincoln.

     3) Digital Equity Questionnaire.

    The New York State Education Department is requiring all school districts, including the New York City Department of Education, to collect information from families about students’ access to devices and the internet for the 2021-22 school year. To make this as easy as possible for families, the DOE has added a Digital Equity Family Questionnaire to the NYC Schools Account Parent Portal(Open external link) where you can provide answers to the questions for each of your students in grades kindergarten to 12.  Find the full letter for families here

     4) PTA Meeting and Special Election 11/19/2021 at 6pm

    The November PTA meeting will take place on Thursday, November 19th, at 6 p.m. on zoom.  Topics will include a PTA special election, PTA/School Partnerships, and Teachers Corner. 

    Please email the PTA at abrahamlincolnhspta@gmail.com to register.  The official meeting notice with the meeting link will be posted here.

    To participate in the special elections families must register for a special identification number by completing the form here

    5) Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Food Benefits

    The Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Food Benefits is a federal program to provide food benefits to children who miss the opportunity to receive school meals due to pandemic-related school closures. These benefits will take the form of funds on electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards, which can be used in the same manner as SNAP (food stamp) cards. All children enrolled at DOE schools are eligible.  Click here for more info.

     6)  All Parents Must Sign up for NYCSA, Operoo, and PupilPath

    To encourage parents to sign up for their school-related accounts, Lincoln will be donating 10lbs of food to the Lincoln Food Drive for every 50 new parent registrants, and the PTA will match with an additional 10lbs of food!  Our goal is to get 500 new users.  500 new parents would equal 200lbs of food!   

    a) NYCSA

    Stay connected to your student’s education and more in the new NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) Portal. One sign-in will allow you to:

    See your student’s grades, test scores, and more • Take classes in Parent University • Access forms for your child • Reset your child's DOE account password • Agencies now accept a screenshot of the NYCSA enrollment page as proof of enrollment for tax and benefits purposes. 

    Request your MyStudent Account Creation Code here

    b) PupilPath

    Log on to PupilPath by downloading the app or going to www.pupilpath.skedula.com 

    Directions and registration codes can be found here.

    All families will receive emails to register with Operoo if we have your correct email.  If you are not getting emails from Operoo, please email Ms. Williams at MWillia5@schools.nyc.gov to update your contact info.

    Fall Parent Account Sign-ups

    Account

    Enrollment

    As of 10/1

    New Registrants

    Pounds of Food Donated

    NYCSA

    500

    46

    4 to go!

    PupilPath

    662

    60

    20lbs

    Operoo

    1279

    20

    No there yet!

     

     7) FACE Newsletter

    Click here to read the 11/5 newsletter from the Office of Family and Community Empowerment that includes information on vaccine details for children ages 5 – 11, Universal Mosaic Curriculum Community Engagement Town Halls and much more.

    8) Attention Seniors!

    Please stay up to date on all senior activities and senior dues on our website.   https://www.alhs.nyc/senior_activities 

    9) NYU Clinic at ALHS: Covid-19 Vaccines and Flu Shots Available.

    The NYU Health Clinic now has Covid-19 Vaccines and Flu Shots available.

    Students can stop by the clinic in the basement to learn more and sign up.

    Parents can call 347-377-3170 for more information. 

     

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Lincoln Log Volume 7

    Click here for the latest Lincoln Log.  

    The Lincoln Log is an informational parent bulletin that demonstrates our commitment to meet the needs of our parents.
    Volume 7 focuses on Lincoln's new initiatives this year, the Lincoln Somebody and College & Career Coordinators.

     

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Parent-Teacher Conference November 10th and 12th.

    Parent-Teacher Conferences are Wednesday, November 10th, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday, November 12th, from 12:35 p.m. to 2:35 p.m.  Parent-teacher conferences will be remote. 

    To schedule a conference, please email your child’s teachers using our staff directory here.

    In your email, please include student name, student id number, and if you want to conference through email, phone call, or zoom.  

    Families can email in their preferred language and translation services will be available.   

    Student programs and report cards can be found on pupilpath or NYCSA if you don’t have an account, register by following the links here

    Student programs and report cards can found on pupilpath or NYCSA. If you don’t have an account, register by following the links here

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • ALHS Newsletter 10-29-2021

    1) Digital Report Card Distribution (10/29)

    Report cards for marking period 1 will be distributed digitally on PupilPath and NYCSA.  Request your MyStudent Account Creation Code here.  Directions and registration codes for PupilPath can be found on our website here.

    2) Tuesday, November 2nd, is a Remote Learning Day

    On Tuesday, November 2nd, all students will learn remotely on Microsoft Teams.  All students should check their device and login information to ensure they are ready for remote instruction.  Students and families should visit our Tech Help Desk for support. 

    Attendance will be collected through a Microsoft Form link sent out on 11/2.

    3) Parent-Teacher Conference November 10th and 12th.

    Parent-Teacher Conferences are Wednesday, October 10th, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday, October 12th, from 12:35 p.m. to 2:35 p.m.  Parent-teacher conferences will be remote.  More details will follow. 

    To schedule a conference, please contact your child’s teachers using our staff directory here.

    In your email, please include student name, student id number, and if you want to conference through email, phone call, or zoom.  

    Student programs and report cards can be found on pupilpath or NYSCA if you don’t have an account, register by following the links here

    Student programs and report cards can found on pupilpath or NYSCA. If you don’t have an account, register by following the links here

     4) SEL Screener

    To identify and support the social-emotional growth of all children in our school, we are excited to be administering a strengths-based SEL screener, known as the Devereaux Student Strengths Assessment (DESSA). The DESSA asks questions about areas of social-emotional functioning including decision making, relationship building, confidence, and others. This tool will be completed by someone who knows your child really well—in most cases a teacher. The tool enables us to build on each student’s strengths while identifying the social-emotional skills they need to further develop. Please see the attached letter for more information.  

    5) Spring 2021 Term 2 NX Courses

    All students who did not complete a course in Spring 2021 Term 2 and earned a mark of NX are programmed for their NX makeup course.  NX courses are remote with in-person support.  Course work will begin on Monday, October 25th, and teachers will be reaching out on Microsoft Teams.  Students have until January 3rd to complete course work with their NX teacher.  NX courses appear on a student’s program after period 10 and have a course code ending in NX. 

    6) Parent University

    Parent University seeks to educate and empower all families from early childhood through adulthood, with free courses, resources, events, and activities.  Families can login to Parent University through their NYSCA at https://www.schoolsaccount.nyc/  if you don’t have a NYCSA request a registration code by following the links here

     7) Attention Seniors!

    Please stay up to date on all senior activities and senior dues on our website.   https://www.alhs.nyc/senior_activities 

     8) NYU Clinic at ALHS: Covid-19 Vaccines and Flu Shots Available.

    The NYU Health Clinic now has Covid-19 Vaccines and Flu Shots available.

    Students can stop by the clinic in the basement to learn more and sign up.

    Parents can call (718) 333-5800 for more information. 

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Thursday 10/28 Family Workshops

    Attention Lincoln Families, please join us Thursday, October 28th, for a family engagement doubleheader.

    5 PM Title 1 Family Meeting -  Register https://bit.ly/ALHST1

    6 PM Stronger Together: A family workshop on collective trauma. – Register https://bit.ly/lincolnstrong (First 25 families get a $10 Amazon gift card)

    Registered families will receive a zoom link via email.  

    Abraham Lincoln HS
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