Announcements

  • PTA Reminder

    PTA Reminder 

    The May PTA Meeting will take place Thursday, May 19th at 6 p.m. on zoom. 

    Topics will include: 

    1. PTA Executive Board and SLT Election
    2. Treasurer's Report
    3. Preview of Student Recognition Awards
    4. M&M (Mother's Day/Memorial Day) basket giveaways

     

     

    Message From The PTA 

    On May 19, 2022 at 6pm we will be hosting a Virtual PTA/SLT Election night. We look forward to your attendance as your vote counts. We hope a few of you may even consider running for one of the Executive Board positions. We will have two (2) Co-Chair President positions, one (1) Vice President position, two (2) Co-Chair Treasurer positions, one (1) Recording Secretary position, and one (1) Corresponding Secretary position. We will also have five (5) SLT positions available. The zoom details are below but it is very important that you reach out to Ms. Leena Jebril, ALHS Parent Coordinator for your Verification PIN through the request PIN form:   

    https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=tyxJGEXvYUWFcQxC5fesB6rLPB9CJKlKj1F3XMyQ05hUNFhGS0FGVE5CQzJLNzRDSktZSDlRMVdGWS4u. 

    Anyone who signs in without obtaining your verification PIN from Ms. Jebril will not be allowed to vote.   

    Here is the zoom link for the May PTA meeting on May 19, 2022 at 6 pm. You will not have to register beforehand like other meetings. 

    ALHS General PTA Meeting – May (Elections) 

    When: May 19, 2022 18:00 Eastern Time (US and Canada)  

    Join ZOOM Meeting: 
    https://nycdoe.zoom.us/j/83981745815?pwd=dEJUcURjNjl5d0dUYzBTY0xFOFArdz09 

    Meeting ID: 839 8174 5815 

    Passcode: 933385 

    Please see attachment for more information. 

     
     

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • COVID-19 Home Test Kits for the Spring Break

    COVID-19 Home Test Kits for the Spring Break 

    On Thursday April 14 students will be given four COVID-19 home tests, two for your child and two for a family member. To keep our school communities safe after spring recess, we strongly encourage all students to get tested for COVID-19 before returning to school on April 25, regardless of vaccination status. Your child can take a PCR, lab-based test, or a home test. Your child was given four COVID-19 home tests; two for your child and two for a family member. 

    When should my child take the home tests? 

    • Please help your child take one of the COVID home tests provided on the evening of Saturday, April 23. 
    • Then help your child take the second home test 24 hours later, on the evening of Sunday, April 24. 
    • If your child tests negative on both tests and feels well, they should come to school on Monday, April 25. 
    • Please note that if your child has recovered from a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the last 90 days, they do not need to take a test and should attend school on Monday, April 25, as long as they are feeling well. 

    What should I do if my child tests positive on one of the tests? 

    Please refer to our COVID-19 Guidance Charts, available at here for additional steps to take if your child tests positive.  

     

    To view the family letter from NYC DOE please click here 

     (Available in all DOE languages) 

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Message from Principal Hoogenboom 4-12-2022

    Dear Lincoln Families:

    As all New Yorkers are, we are following the reports of this morning’s incident at the 36th Street subway station.

    Our counselors, social workers, and Lincoln Somebodies are always available. By tomorrow, we will have a better sense of what occurred and we will set up room 131 for any students who want to talk.

    Any student concerned about transit options this afternoon can go to Mr. Robinson’s office in room 129.

    Any parent wishing to contact a guidance counselor should click on our Parent Engagement FAQ and Contacts here.

    Please spend a few moments tonight hugging your loved ones.

     

    Sincerely yours,

     

    Ari A. Hoogenboom

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • ALHS Newsletter Volume 31

    1) Title 1 Parent Workshop 

    The SEL Title 1 Parent Workshop will be on Wednesday, April 13, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. The Topic will be Social Emotional Learning at Lincoln.  Learn about how SEL is featured at Lincoln. 

    Please register here 

    The link will be sent out via email.  

    For more information, contact Ms. Jebril, Parent Coordinator, at Parentcoordinator@alhs.nyc 

     

    2) PTA Reminder 

    The April PTA Meeting will take place on Thursday, April 14th at 6 p.m. on zoom. 

    Please register in advance for the April PTA meeting on April 14, 2022, at 6 pm. Here is the registration link— 

    ALHS General PTA Meeting - April 

    When: Apr 14, 2022, 17:00 Eastern Time (US and Canada) 

    Register in advance for this meeting: 

    https://nycdoe.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMofuyopjwoH9wOXd1WeXDJH-jBy5kLZk6F 

     After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. 

    For more information, please see the attached document.  

     

    3) Flippin Friday! 

    Flippin Friday attendance letters and wristbands are distributed this week. We have increased Friday attendance by 4% since starting Flipping Friday Attendance Initiative! 

     

    Yellow Attendance Letters = No Wristband & No Perfect Friday attendance for March. 

      

    Blue Attendance Letters = Blue Wristband & Perfect Friday Attendance for March Only. 

      

    White Attendance Letters = White Glow-in-the-Dark Wristband & Perfect Friday Attendance for 2 Months (February & March)! 

     

    4) New Second Marking Period End Date Monday, 04/25 

    • New Second Marking Period End Date is Monday, 04/25 
    • Marking Period 2 Report Cards will be available on Friday, 04/29. Report cards will be distributed digitally on PupilPath and NYCSA. If you have not already done so - Request your MyStudent Account Creation Code here 

     

    5) NYC School Survey DEADLINE 04/15/2022 

     

    Take our school survey to help us better serve and understand your child’s needs. The survey gives school leaders a better understanding of what you and other members of your school community think about your school.  

    Instructions: 

    Click here to fill out the survey. The screen will prompt you to enter your access code enter "f" followed by your child's nine-digit Student Identification (OSIS) Number to access the survey (e.g., f123456789). Note that "f" must be lowercase. A student's OSIS number can be found on their report card, student ID card, or in the family's NYCSA account. 

    Paper surveys will be backpacked home with students beginning Monday, 3/7.  

    Families should only complete 1 survey. Please discard the paper survey if you choose to complete the survey online.  

    Win $100 gift card: 

    Complete the NYC School Survey and enter our school survey raffle by completing the form on Operoo. 

    We will draw a winner every Friday until the survey is closed on April 15, 2022 

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • ALHS Spring Tutoring Schedule

    ALHS is offering tutoring for all students.

    Please see attached document for the spring tutoring schedule.  

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • NewsLetter 02-08-2022

    1)Message to Families 

    Please read the Family Update providing important information about our latest health and safety policies found  here  

     

    2) Updated Attendance Policy 

    Please see our updated attendance policy here  

     

    3) Updated ALHS Guide for Quarantined Students 

    All quarantined and self-quarantine students will transition to remote learning during their quarantine period. All students in quarantine protocol must email Mr. Shawn O’Connor, Assistant Principal at SOconno5@schools.nyc.gov with proof of positive test. 

    • Students must complete the daily online attendance form by 12 pm each school day. 
    • ALHS Supplemental Attendance Form: https://bit.ly/remoteattnd  
    • All remote work will be available on Microsoft Teams.  
    • Students should message their teachers on Microsoft Teams Chat to let them know they are quarantined and working remotely. 

     Reminder: There is no remote option. Lincoln is open and in-person! As soon as you are out of quarantine, you must return to Lincoln. 

     

    4) Covid Guidance for Families 

    Please see the attached covid guidance found in this newsletter at here.  

     

    5) PTA reminder 

    The February PTA Meeting will take place on Thursday February 17th at 6 p.m. on zoom. 

    Topics will include:  

    1. Financial Assistance Title One presentation 
    2. Principal's update 
    3. Nominating Committee-Call for volunteers 
    4. February basket giveaway!

     

    Contact the PTA if you are not already on their mailing list at  

    abrahamlincolnhspta@gmail.com   

     

    6) Parent Workshop 

    Parent Workshop title one will be on Thursday, March 3, 2022, at 6: 00 p.m. The Topic will be Financial Planning. 

    Please register here 

    The link will be sent out via email.   

    For more information, you can reach Ms. Jebril, Parent Coordinator, at Parentcoordinator@alhs.nyc 

     

     

     

    Parents
  • ALHS Newsletter 01-11-2022

    ALHS Newsletter 01-11-2021  

      

    1) PupilPath is Down  

    PupilPath is experiencing a system-wide outage. They have assured us that they are working around the clock to get our systems up and running. Currently, they do not have a timeline for restoration. Updates can be found here. Families can access their NYSCA for attendance and student programs during the outage. If you have not already done so - Request your MyStudent Account Creation Code here 

    Students can reach out to their teachers via Microsoft Teams Chat for questions regarding their grades and progress.   

    Teachers can also be reached using our faculty directory here.   

      

    2) PTA Meeting Reminder  

    The January PTA meeting will be held Thursday, January 20th. Contact the PTA if you are not already on their mailing list at abrahamlincolnhspta@gmail.com  

    Topics will include:  

    COVID: Safety and protocol updates.  

    Introducing Ms. Jebril, AHLS’s new parent coordinator.  

     Bylaws Update Committee-call for volunteers.  

     Nominating Committee-Call for volunteers.  

      

    3) Trivia Night   

    On Thursday, January 27, 2022, Trivia Night will be held at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom.  

    The link will be sent out via email. For more information, you can reach out to Ms. Jebril, Parent Coordinator, at Parentcoordinator@alhs.nyc  

      

    4) Regents Cancelation and Waivers  

    NYS has canceled the January administration of the Regents.  

    25th through January 28th will be regular instruction days.    

    January 2021 Regents waivers will be applied to students who have passed all the courses in a sequence ending in a Regents examination.   

    Please contact your child guidance counselor if you have any questions.   

      

    5) Attendance Policy  

    We are expanding the ALHS Supplement Attendance From to all self-quarantine students.  

    All quarantine students or self-quarantine students must complete the ALHS Supplemental Attendance Form here   

    The 2021-2022 attendance policy can be found here.   

      

    6) Marking Period Reminder  

    Marking Period 3 End Date: Thursday, 1/13  

    Marking Period 3 Report Cards will be available on Thursday, 1/20. Report cards will be distributed digitally on NYCSA. If you have not already done so - Request your MyStudent Account Creation Code here.   

      

    7) NX Deadline  

    Any student who did not earn a passing mark for Term 2 - Spring 2020 was programmed for an NX class to complete assigned work. Classes have been running on Microsoft Teams.  

    The deadline for students to submit work for NX classes is Friday, 1/21.   

    All incomplete NX classes will convert to NC – No Credit on 1/31/2021.  

      

    8) Right to Decline Regents Waivers  

    Please see the attached letter for Parent/Guardian of graduating seniors still needing a Regents Exam for graduation. If you receive this newsletter via email, go to www.alhs.nyc/feed to see the attachment.   

      

    9) Housing Rights Initiatives and CityFHELPS  

    Since 2008, New York Law prohibits discrimination and harassment in housing based on the source of lawful income on your plan to use and to pay rent, including subsidies or vouchers provided by federal, state, or local rental assistance programs. Keeping track of this information could be helpful for you to enforce your rights. If you are a voucher holder and suspect that you have been discriminated against because you have voucher, you can contact the NYC Human Rights Commission by calling 311 or here here to file a claim.   

      

    CityFHELPS is a rental assistance program to help individuals and families to keep housing. This program is for New Yorkers who currently have housing but are at risk of losing it click here to learn more about Homebase or HAP programs. 

     

     

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • ALHS Newsletter 12-21-2021

    ALHS Newsletter 

    12-21-2021 

     

    1. Welcome Lincoln’s New Parent Coordinator! 

    Good afternoon, Lincoln Community, 

    My name is Ms. Jebril, and I am the new Parent coordinator at ALHS. I am excited to work with you! Parents can be reach me via e-mail at parentcoordinator@alhs.nyc . Looking forward to hearing from you. 

     

              2. ALHS24 hours Investigation Extended 

    NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and NYC Test + Trace have extended their 24-hour investigation. We will notify you of the results of this investigation as soon as it is complete and implement the next steps accordingly.  

    Please see the attached letter. 

     

               3. Marking Period Deadlines  

    The third marking period ends on January 7, 2022. Report cards will be distributed digitally on PupilPath and NYCSA on January 14.  Request your MyStudent Account Creation Code hereDirections and registration codes for PupilPath - ALHS Online Gradebook can be found in our news feed here 

     

                4. Title 1 Parent Engagement Questionnaire Survey   

    ALHS Title 1 PAC seeks parent voices to shape Lincoln’s Title 1 Parent Workshops. Please complete the survey found here.   

     

                5. Flu and Covid Vaccine  

    As a reminder, all New Yorkers age 5 or older are eligible to be vaccinated for COVID-19.   

    Please see the attached letter for more information. 

    Find a vaccine site today at https://vaccinefinder.nyc.gov . There is no cost to be vaccinated.  

    For additional information on COVID-19, www.schools.nyc.gov/coronavirus or call 311. 

     

               6. Getting the Covid-19 Vaccine? 

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

    OnlineMake 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 

              7. FACE Newsletter 

    Click here to read the 12/21 newsletter from the Office of Family and Community Empowerment that includes information on Winter Recess, kindergarten applications, middle and high school Admission updates, as well as Vaccine Boosters for ages 18 and up. 

              8. Winter Recess 

    Wishing you and all NYC families a happy and healthy holiday season! 

    Winter recess begins on Friday, December 24th and students return on Monday, January 3rd 

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Lincoln Student Address for May 2022

    Click here to find out what's happening around Lincoln for the Month of May!

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Newsletter Volume 31

    1) School Closed on Monday May 2nd  

    Happy Eid to everyone celebrating!! 

     

    2) Report Cards 

    Marking Period 2 Report Cards will be available on Friday, 04/29 by the end of the day. Report cards will be distributed digitally on PupilPath and NYCSA. If you have not already done so - Request your MyStudent Account Creation Code here. 

     

    3) ALHS Spring Tutoring Schedule 

    ALHS is offers tutoring for all students. Please see attached document for the spring tutoring schedule. 

     

    4) NYC Summer Youth Employment Program Deadline Has Been Extended to 05/06 

    Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) is the nation’s largest youth employment program, connecting NYC youth between the ages of 14 and 24 with career exploration opportunities and paid work experiences each summer. Participants receive the opportunity to explore their interests and career pathways, develop workplace skills and engage in learning experiences that help develop their social, civic, and leadership skills. 

    The deadline to submit applications is 05/06/2022. For more information about SYEP click here 

     

     

    5) Abraham Lincoln High School 2 Question Parent Survey 

    We would love to hear your feedback. Please answer our two questions parent survey here to help us improve your child’s High School experience here.  

     

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Lincoln Log Volume 8

    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 8 focuses on mask policy updates, AP Shawn O’Connor and AP Corissa Fontana.

     

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • ALHS March Madness

    ALHS March Madness Attendance 

    This week teams competed against each other in Round 1 of March Madness. 

    Nicolas’s Team Spread Love has taken the early lead due to exceptional play in Pin the Hat on Lincoln, a little luck, and Deal or No Deal. 

      

    Next week round 2 will focus on attendance. 

    For every % point increase in attendance from last week each team will score 50 points. 

    See Attachment for the score bored below.

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • SAT EXAM DAY is Wednesday - March 23, 2022

    SAT Day will be on March 23, 2022.  

    All 10th graders have been scheduled for the PSAT and must report to Lincoln at 8:35 a.m. 

    All 11th graders have been scheduled for the SAT and must report to Lincoln at 8:00 a.m. 

    9th and 12th graders will attend remotely by completing asynchronous work on Microsoft Teams unless they were given a testing letter.  

    Select 9th graders with a testing letter should report to Lincoln at 9:10 a.m. 

    Students and families can contact their guidance counselor with questions. 

    Remote Learning Guide for Students: 

    All remote work will be available on Microsoft Teams. 

    Students must log in to Microsoft Teams and answer the attendance post for each class. 

    Students must also complete the daily online attendance form below by noon.   

    ALHS Supplemental Attendance Form: https://bit.ly/remoteattnd   

    Students needing support with Microsoft Teams should go to the Student Tech Help Desk and follow the getting started tutorials here. If students need additional help, they should complete a Tech Help Request Form here.   

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Newsletter 03-29-2022

    1) ALHS Spring Tutoring Schedule 

    ALHS is offering tutoring for all students. Please see attached document for the spring tutoring schedule.  

     

    2) Backpack Home Affordable Connectivity Program 

    As announced in the May 14 edition of Principals Digest, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has launched a short-term Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program, which provides broadband internet service for eligible New York City households, at a reduced cost, during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please backpack home the informational flyer and translations with all your students. 

     

    3) NYC School Survey 

     

    Take our school survey to help us better serve and understand your child’s needs. The survey gives school leaders a better understanding of what you and other members of your school community think about your school.  

    Instructions: 

    Click here to fill out the survey. The screen will prompt you to enter your access code enter "f" followed by your child's nine-digit Student Identification (OSIS) Number to access the survey (e.g., f123456789). Note that "f" must be lowercase. A student's OSIS number can be found on their report card, student ID card, or in the family's NYCSA account. 

    Paper surveys will be backpacked home with students beginning Monday, 3/7.  

    Families should only complete 1 survey. Please discard the paper survey if you choose to complete the survey online.  

    Win $100 gift card: 

    Complete the NYC School Survey and enter our school survey raffle by completing the form on Operoo. 

    We will draw a winner every Friday until the survey is closed.  

     

    4) The PTA needs your help!  

    The PTA is looking for parents and teachers to volunteer as language ambassadors for ALHS’s PTA. If you are interested or would like more information, please contact the PTA via email at abrahamlincolnhspta@gmail.com 

    Please see the attached flyer. 

     

    5) English Language Learner Family Night 

     

    Abraham Lincoln high school is hosting ELL (English Language Learners) Family night on Wednesday, March 30, 2022, between 5:30-7:30 pm. At ALHS Library 

    • Learn about school credits, graduation, and college. 
    • View and discuss your transcript. 
    • Meet students and staff of the ENL Academy. 

    Please see attached flyer for more information. 

     

    6) Welcome Ramadan! 

    This Thursday, in conjunction with the ELL Leaders club, Lincoln is throwing a Welcome Ramadan event in the auditorium Thursday, March 31st at 3:30 pm. All are welcome! 

     See the attached flyer for more information, and we hope to see you there! 

     

    7) Brooklyn District Attorney 2022 Spring Internship  

    Brooklyn DA is offering a one-week internship to high school juniors and seniors during spring break. Application deadline April 1st .  

    For more information, please see the attached flyer.  

     

    8) NYC Summer Youth Employment Program 

     

    Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) is the nation’s largest youth employment program, connecting NYC youth between the ages of 14 and 24 with career exploration opportunities and paid work experiences each summer. Participants receive the opportunity to explore their interests and career pathways, develop workplace skills and engage in learning experiences that help develop their social, civic, and leadership skills. 

    The deadline to submit applications is 4/22/2022.  

    For more information about SYEP click here 

     

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • ALHS Newsletter Volume 30

    ALHS Newsletter Volume 30 

    1) Friday Funday Schedule  

    Friday Funday offers activities that focus on mental health and wellness. Open to all students: Get a pass from the advisor or reach out on Teams. 

    Please see the attached document for the complete list of groups and activities. 

     

    2) BREAKING NEWS! The Lincoln Informer goes live! 

    Lincoln now has its first online school newspaper, written by and designed by Lincoln students. Go to https://lincolninformer.com/  to catch all the latest news at Lincoln and in the world beyond! 

     

    3) Title 1 Parent Workshop 

     

    The SEL Title 1 Parent Workshop will be on Wednesday, April 13, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. The Topic will be Social Emotional Learning at Lincoln. Learn about how SEL is featured at Lincoln. 

    Please register here 

    The link will be sent out via email.  

    For more information, contact Ms. Jebril, Parent Coordinator, at Parentcoordinator@alhs.nyc 

     

    4) PTA Reminder 

    The April PTA Meeting will take place on Thursday, April 14th at 6 p.m. on zoom. 

    Please register in advance for the April PTA meeting on April 14, 2022, at 6 pm. Here is the registration link— 

    ALHS General PTA Meeting - April 

    When: Apr 14, 2022, 17:00 Eastern Time (US and Canada) 

    Register in advance for this meeting: 

    https://nycdoe.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMofuyopjwoH9wOXd1WeXDJH-jBy5kLZk6F 

     After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. 

    For more information, please see the attached document.  

     

     

    5) NYC School Survey 

     

    Take our school survey to help us better serve and understand your child’s needs. The survey gives school leaders a better understanding of what you and other members of your school community think about your school.  

    Instructions: 

    Click here to fill out the survey. The screen will prompt you to enter your access code enter "f" followed by your child's nine-digit Student Identification (OSIS) Number to access the survey (e.g., f123456789). Note that "f" must be lowercase. A student's OSIS number can be found on their report card, student ID card, or in the family's NYCSA account. 

    Paper surveys will be backpacked home with students beginning Monday, 3/7.  

    Families should only complete 1 survey. Please discard the paper survey if you choose to complete the survey online.  

    Win $100 gift card: 

    Complete the NYC School Survey and enter our school survey raffle by completing the form on Operoo. 

    We will draw a winner every Friday until the survey is closed on April 15, 2022 

     

    6) Steam Summer Camps 

    This summer, STEM Matters NYC is offering a variety of exciting, hands-on, experiential science and STEM programs for students entering kindergarten through grade 12 in September. Students entering grades K-9 can participate in a weeklong camp. Students entering grades 10-12 can participate in an internship or two-week course. Programs run in all five boroughs, during various weeks throughout the summer between July 5 and August 19, 2022, from 9:00am-3:00pm. For more information click  here . 

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Lincoln Informer! Our 1st Online Newspaper is LIVE!

    Lincoln now has its first online school newspaper, written by and designed by Lincoln students. Go to www.lincolninformer.com
    to catch all the latest news at Lincoln and in the world beyond!
    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • ALHS Newsletter 03/14/2022

    1) Parent Teacher Conference 3/16 & 3/18  

    The evening Parent-teacher conference will be held on Wednesday, March 16, 2022, between 6:00 P.M- 8:00 P.M  

      

    The afternoon parent-teacher conference will be held on Friday, March 18, 2022, between 12:35 PM - 2:35 PM; students will follow a special bell schedule and be released early.  

     

    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 do not have an account, register by following the links here.  

     

    2) Report Card Distribution 3/15 

    Report cards will be distributed digitally on March 15, 2022, on PupilPath and NYCSA. If you do not have NYCSA account request your MyStudent Account Creation Code  here  

     

    3) Friday Special Bell Schedule  

    Friday will have a special bell schedule from periods 1 to 5. Students who attend school after 5th period must attend school during period 6 and report to the cafeteria. All students attending Friday March 18 will receive a Lincoln lanyard! 

     

    4) PTA reminder 

    The March PTA Meeting will take place Thursday, March 17th at 6 p.m. on zoom. 

    Topics will include:  

    1. Bylaw Update review and Vote 
    2. March trivia giveaway!

    Contact the PTA if you are not already on their mailing list at  

    abrahamlincolnhspta@gmail.com   

     

    5) English Language Learner Family Night 

    Abraham Lincoln high school is hosting ELL (English Language Learners) Family night on Wednesday, March 30, 2022, between 5:30-7:30 pm. At ALHS Library 

    • Learn about school credits, graduation, and college. 
    • View and discuss your transcript. 
    • Meet students and staff of the ENL Academy. 

    Please see attached flyer for more information. 

     

    6) College Newsletter  

    Please check out our college newsletter here for information regarding Fee waivers for: SAT/ACT/ NCAA and College applications, Information on FAFSA and financial aid, Special programs for target groups such as ALEAP and Trailblazers, and more. 

     

    7) Community Service Programs  

    If your child is interested in more ways to get involved in their community and the community around Lincoln, here are a life of programs that work specifically with NYC schools and students. Choose a program today from the link here! 

     

    8) NYC School Survey 

    Take our school survey to help us better serve and understand your child’s needs. The survey gives school leaders a better understanding of what you and other members of your school community think about your school.  

    Instructions: 

    Click here to fill out the survey.  The screen will prompt you to enter your access code enter "f" followed by your child's nine-digit Student Identification (OSIS) Number to access the survey (e.g. f123456789). Note that "f" must be lowercase. A student's OSIS number can be found on their report card, student ID card, or in the family's NYCSA account. 

    Paper surveys will be backpacked home with students beginning Monday, 3/7.  

    Families should only complete 1 survey. Please discard the paper survey if you choose to complete the survey online.  

    Win $100 gift card: 

    Complete the NYC School Survey and enter our school survey raffle by completing the form on Operoo. 

    We will draw a winner every Friday until the survey is closed.   

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Newsletter 02/17/2022

    1)NYC School Survey 

    Take our school survey to help us better serve and understand your child’s needs. The survey gives school leaders a better understanding of what you and other members of your school community think about your school. The information collected by the survey is designed to support a dialogue among all members of your school community about how to make your school a better place to learn. Click here to fill out the survey. 

    Instructions: 

    Click on Take The 2022 School survey. It will re-direct you here The screen will prompt you to enter your access code enter "f" followed by your child's nine-digit Student Identification (OSIS) Number to access the survey (e.g. f123456789). Note that "f" must be lowercase. A student's OSIS number can be found on their report card, student ID card, or in the family's NYCSA account. 

     

    2) Spam DOE Emails. 

    The DOE will never ask you for personal information. Never ever give out your personal information (for example, your bank account number, driver’s license number, or social security number) to someone unless you 150% trust them. Some of the spam you receive may come from a compromised DOE account, meaning it is from an @schools.nyc.gov address. This makes it trickier to know if it’s malicious. Therefore, consider the following: 

    1. Urgency or emergency. 
    2. The formatting, grammar, punctuation, or spelling is bad. 
    3. You’re being asked for personal information. 
    4. It’s a job advertisement. 
    5. It is from an office you’ve never heard of. 

    The DOE does not have an office officially called “HR Department,” or the "Technology Office.” If the name seems odd, be wary. 

     

    3) PTA reminder 

    The February PTA Meeting will take place Today February 17th at 6 p.m. on zoom. 

    Topics will include:  

    1. Financial Assistance Title One presentation 
    2. Principal's update 
    3. Nominating Committee-Call for volunteers 
    4. February basket giveaway!

     

    Contact the PTA if you are not already on their mailing list at  

    abrahamlincolnhspta@gmail.com   

     

    4) Parent Workshop 

    Parent Workshop title one will be on Thursday, March 3, 2022, at 6: 00 p.m. The Topic will be Financial Planning. 

    Please register here 

    The link will be sent out via email.   

    For more information, you can reach Ms. Jebril, Parent Coordinator, at Parentcoordinator@alhs.nyc 

    Abraham Lincoln HS
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