Announcements

  • Promote Emergency Broadband Benefit Program

    Promote Emergency Broadband Benefit Program to Families

    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has launched a short-term Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) program, which will provide reduced cost broadband internet service for eligible New York City households during the COVID-19 pandemic. All families with a student enrolled in a DOE school or program are eligible for this benefit, and funds will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis until the program has exhausted available funds or six months after the US Department of Health and Human services declares an end to the COVID-19 health emergency.

    Families can find out if they are eligible, apply for the program, and find participating broadband providers via the USAC website. There are two types of benefits available to eligible households:

    • Monthly Benefit: a discount of up to $50/month for broadband service, equipment, and device rentals; or 
    • One-time Device Discount: up to $100 for a laptop, tablet, or desktop computer (with a co-payment of $10 - $50), where available. 

    Families can visit the FCC’s EBB webpage and view this FAQ to learn more about the EBB program. Translated materials are available via the following links: Spanish, ArabicAmharicBurmeseChinese, FrenchHaitian CreoleKoreanPortugueseRussian, Somali, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.

    If families have questions or require support with an application, they can email EBBHelp@usac.org or call (833) 511-0311.

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  • Take the 2020-21 NYC School Survey NOW!

    Each year, all parents, teachers, students in grades 6-12 and select support staff take the NYC School Survey. The survey is aligned to the DOE's Framework for Great Schools. It is designed to collect important information about each school's ability to support student success. School leaders can use feedback from the survey to reflect and improve schools and programs. You can learn more about the NYC School Survey by contacting your school or program.

    Families should enter “f” followed by their child’s nine-digit Student Identification (OSIS) Number to access the survey. Note that “f” must be lowercase. Families can find their child’s Student Identification Number on their report card, student ID card, or New York City Schools Account (NYCSA).

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  • Summer Rising at Abraham Lincoln High School

    Lincoln is excited to participate in Summer Rising. We will be offer summer school and enrichment at Lincoln.

    Please see our initial offerings below.  Dates and registration information coming soon.

    Activities Offered at Lincoln:

    Credit Accumulation and Acceleration for All Students
    Summer Bridge Program for Incoming 9th Graders
    Summer Bridge Program for Rising 9th Graders
    Mandatory Summer School for Spring NX Course Grades and Promotion In Doubt Students
    Mandatory Summer School for students needing course credits to complete a Regents Course Sequence.

    Visit the DOE website for more info.

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  • 2021-2022 ALHS Programming Survey

    All students must complete the 2021-2022 ALHS Programming Survey by Friday, May 28th.

    Students must go to their guidance counselor’s Microsoft Team and click on the survey.

    The survey allows students to rank electives and interests for the 2021-2022 school year.

    Counselors can be contacted through chat or email with any questions.

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  • 2020 Water Testing Results

    Please see attachment.

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  • Coney Island Virtual Career Day Postcard

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  • NYS Regents Guidance and Opt-In

    This June, only 4 Regents subject exams will be administered – Algebra I, English Language Arts, Living Environment, and Earth Science. There will be no additional Regents administration scheduled for August.

    Waivers are available for all Regents exams subjects, including the four exams being administered in person.

    All students are eligible for Regents exam waivers if they pass the class sequence leading to the exam.

    A student does not have to sit for an in-person exam to earn a waiver.

    Students will also be reviewing these options with the teachers in these subject areas during the week of May 17th.

    The Opt-in period closes May 28th.

    If you would like your child to sit for an in-person exam, follow these steps.

    1) Check your child’s pupil path course listing. Regents exams are listed there, and you can see if your child is eligible for one of the four in-person Regents exams.

    2) See attachment for details on how to register for in-person exams or to find out more information on regents waiver eligibility.

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  • Confirmed Case of COVID-19

    Please see attachment.

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  • Lincoln Athletics Are Back!

    Lincoln Athletics Are Back!

    We are excited to be offering PSAL sport to our students during the Spring.

    Please see below for our list of active teams and check out https://www.psal.org/profiles/school-profile.aspx#21501 for the most current information on schedule, coaches and teams. 

    You can always find Lincoln’s PSAL page by going to www.alhs.nyc > Students > Athletics 

    For more information and practice schedules find our coaches email address by click on their name when visiting our PSAL page. 

    You can also contact Lincoln’s Athletic Director, Ms. Renan Ebeid-Rodriguez at rebeid@schools.nyc.gov

    Spring 2021 Teams

    Boys Varsity Baseball

    Boys Varsity Football

    Girl Varsity Soccer

    Girls Varsity Softball

    Boys Varsity Tennis

    Boys & Girls Track and Field 

    Girls Varsity Volleyball

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  • Updated Attendance Policy

    Beginning May 6th, we will be updating our use of course attendance codes in PupilPath so families can better monitor in-person attendance.

    Please see the updated key below. You can click the title of this post to see the full attendance policy.

    A (Absent) – The student did not attend the classes in-person or remotely.

    P (Present) – The student attended the class remotely.

    E (Excused) – The student attended the class in-person.

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