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  • ALHS Newsletter Volume 3

    ALHS Newsletter 

    September 29,2022 

    Volume 3 

    1) The DOE Student confidentiality 

     The DOE takes the confidentiality of information about students very seriously. There are several federal and state laws, such as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and New York State Education Law 2-d, and local regulations, such as Chancellor’s Regulation A-820, that protect students’ “personally identifiable information” (PII). These laws also place responsibilities on the DOE and outside parties that are given access to students’ PII, including the requirement for the DOE and schools to provide families with the following annual notices:    

    For questions, please email studentprivacy@schools.nyc.gov.    

     

    2) Parent Workshop 

    Parent Workshop title one will be on Thursday, October 13, 2022, at 6: 00 p.m. The Topic will include: 

    • A word from Mr. Robinson 
    • Upcoming Title one election 
    • Food Drive 

    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 

     

    3) Fall Food Drive 

    We are kicking off the school year with a Fall Food Drive benefiting families in the Lincoln Community and City Harvest. We are taking cans and other non-expired non-perishables in bins set up in the main entrance. If you are able, please donate. 

    If you have any questions, feel free to email Ms. Dragone at adragone@schools.nyc.gov  

     

    4) Mental Health Self-Assessment 

    Students are most likely to succeed when they are supported socially and emotionally. At Abraham Lincoln High School, we have invested in building a strong support system for all students, and we are committed to educating students about mental health, seeking help, and supporting their peers. Our team of school social workers and mental health community partners provide short-term counseling, crisis intervention, and referral to community-based counseling services.  

     

    This fall, we will take a proactive approach to meet our students’ social-emotional needs by facilitating a student mental wellness self-assessment. All students will complete a short questionnaire regarding their mental health.School social workers will review completed questionnaires, and students who indicate a certain level of challenges will have a one-on-one meeting with a social worker, guidance counselor or Crew Leader.  

     

    If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the coordinator of this initiative, Social Worker Jessica Carey: 

     

    Jessica Carey, LMSW 

    Abraham Lincoln High School 

    Room: B46 

    Office: (718) 333-7403  

    Email: jcarey3@schools.nyc.gov 

     

     

    5) The 11th Annual New York Black College Expo  

    Saturday October 1, 2022, 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at Medgar Evers College  

    The National College Resources Foundation will be hosting colleges, including HBCUs and other educational schools and programs at this event. They will be giving away over $15,000 in scholarships and their goal is over 5 million given from our college partners. To register go to: www.ncrfoundation.org/events 

     

     

     

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • ALHS Newsletter 9-23-2022

    ALHS Newsletter 9-23-2022 

    Volume 2 

    1) No School Monday 9/26 and Tuesday 9/27 

    Happy Rosh Hashanah to anyone celebrating the new year. 

     2) Tech at Lincoln 

    We are currently working on updating all the devices in our building. If you are waiting for a device from the city, please be patient. We will begin distributing devices for students who have not received a device as soon as our update process is complete.  

    If you need help with a device you already have, need help with Microsoft Teams, need help with @nycstudents.nyc account, or need to reset password, please put in a student tech ticket on the ALHS website (here is a quick link to the form)  

     3) Coney Island Beach Cleanup 10/1 

    Join Lincoln for International Costal Cleanup Day on October 1st at 9:30am at Kaiser Park in Coney Island. Interested students should stop by room 129 and speak to Mr. Robinson. See attached flyer at www.alhs.nyc/feed 

     4)  ALHS Fall Food Drive 

    We are kicking off the school year with a Fall Food Drive benefiting families in the Lincoln Community and City Harvest. We are taking cans and other non-expired non-perishables in bins set up in the main entrance. There will be 4 bins set up to represent the 4 grade levels. The level with the most donations by October 14th will be named the winner! See attached flyer at www.alhs.nyc/feed  

     5) Hispanic Heritage Month 

    From September 15 to October 15, we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. Students should check out Lincoln’s library for a special selection of books celebrating Hispanic Heritage. More information and events here.  

     6) Stay Connected with your NYC Schools Account  

    If you do not have an account, request your MyStudent Account Creation Code here  

    All parents must keep up to date emergency contact info on the NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) Portal.  

    Parents can also see their child's program, report card, and monitor attendance. 

     

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Shelter-In Letter from Principal Hoogenboom

    Please see the attached letter from Principal Hoogenboom. 

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • NYC School Account

    1) NYC Schools Account 

    Pupilpath has been discontinued effective 6/30 all parents need to switch to NYC Schools account. If you do not have a NYC School account, you can request create code here 

    2) Incoming Freshman

    Please request NYC School Account code from child’s current school or please wait until September as we do not have access to their accounts.

    Please check your child's OSIS number (ID Number) prior to submitting the request. NYC Schools Account is for parents to monitor their child’s grades. Please do not submit the request with the student’s email. 

    If you have any further questions you can reach me via email at ljebril@schools.nyc.gov

    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
  • 2022 Summer Rising Program at Abraham Lincoln High School!!

    2022 Summer Rising Program at Abraham Lincoln High School

    Lincoln will be offering a wide variety of programs over the summer. 

    To register for any programs below, students must message their guidance counselor on Microsoft Teams by Thursday, June 23rd.  

     

    Summer School:  Lincoln will be hosting in-person summer school for students behind on credit.   Students must register with their guidance counselors remotely through Microsoft Team Chat by Thursday, June 23rd.  Programs will run from 8:00 am to 11:10 am Monday through Thursday, beginning July 5th until August 11th.  In-person attendance is mandated.  All summer school classes are blended, and they will include work on Microsoft Teams.

     

    Mandatory In-Person Attendance

    Asynchronous Work on Microsoft Teams

    Period 1

    8:00 am – 9:00 am

    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    Period 2

    9:05 am – 10:05 am

    1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

    Period 3

    10:10 am – 11:10 am

    2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

     

    Enrichment and Acceleration:

    Lincoln will offer three credits of summer enrichment and acceleration. Students must register with their guidance counselors remotely through Microsoft Team Chat by Thursday, June 23rd

    Periods 1 & 2 - SEL Music Elective: All students are eligible to participate in 2 credit-bearing music classes that tie social-emotional learning with music.  The program will run periods 1 and 2 during summer school.  The program will also include support services for Multi-Language Learners. 

    Period 3 – HE3AT: HE3AT is an elective designed to help the students explore different fields such as healthcare, energy, education, environment, agriculture, and technology. 

     

    Summer Bridge Program:  We are excited to host a Summer Bridge Program for new incoming 9th Graders.  The program will run for two weeks, Monday thru Thursday, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm.

    Week 1 - July 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st.

    Week 2 – July 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th.  

    Please email kvega2@schools.nyc.gov to register.

     

    If you have any questions, please contact your child’s guidance counselor or Ms. Jebril, ALHS Parent Coordinator, at ljebril@schools.nyc.gov

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Newsletter Volume 38

    1) Regents Appeals 

    The New York City Department of Education has issued guidance on appeals for students scoring between 50-64 on June 2022 Regents Exams. 

    As per Academic Policy, Lincoln will be applying for waivers for all students in this category. 

    To be eligible for the waiver, a student must have passed the course sequence cumulating in Regents.   

    A waiver on the Regents counts towards the graduation requirements for a Local, Regents, or Advanced Regents Diploma. 

    Students are encouraged to re-attempt regents examination to work toward college- and career-ready results, even when they have an approved appeal. 

    Any student wanting to retake an exam over the summer should report to Lincoln for summer school registration at 8 am on July 5th 

    Families can find Regents grades on student report cards and transcripts through their NYCSA at www.schoolsaccount.nyc   

    If you do not have a NYC School account, you can request your account creation code here 

     

    2) Pupilpath   

    Pupilpath has been discontinued effective 6/30 all parents need to switch to NYC Schools account. If you do not have a NYC School account, you can request create code here 

    3) ALHS Commissioners Regulation & Transcript Options Survey  

    All students can change a passing grade on their transcript for   

    this Fall (2021 Term 1) and Spring (2021 Term 2).  

    Students who choose to take Regents exams for which they have already earned Regents waivers or approved Regents appeals, including the Special Appeal, can choose to remove any numeric score for a Regents exam in the same subject from the transcript.   

    Please Complete the survey here to request a change for a passing grade, or to request a regents appeals. 

     

    4) Summer School Registration  

    In person summer school registration will be on July 5 at 8am for anyone who did not register with their counselor on Teams.   

    First day of summer School will be July 5th  

    Summer school will be from July 5th  until August 11th . In-person attendance is mandated. All summer school classes are blended, and they will include work on Microsoft Teams.  

       

    Mandatory In-Person Attendance  

    Asynchronous Work on Microsoft Teams  

    Period 1  

    8:00 am – 9:00 am  

    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm  

    Period 2  

    9:05 am – 10:05 am  

    1:00 pm – 2:00 pm  

    Period 3  

    10:10 am – 11:10 am  

    2:00 pm – 3:00 pm  

      

      

    5) Summer Bridge Program:  

    We are excited to host a Summer Bridge Program for new incoming 9th Graders.  The program will run for two weeks, Monday thru Thursday, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm.  

    Week 1 - July 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st. Students who missed Orientation can come on July 18th and 19th from11;30 to 12:00 PM.  

    Week 2 – July 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th.   

    Please email kvega2@schools.nyc.gov to register. 

     

    6) August regents   

    Students that need to take the August regents need to register with their guidance counselor on teams. Abrahm Lincoln does not offer regents prep for the August regents. However, students who need to take the regents in January will be programmed for prep in September and if any prep becomes available over the summer, we will let our students know. 

     

    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
  • Newsletter Volume 37

    1) Family Letter on Safe Summer Travel 

    The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYCDHNH) reminds you to keep your family safe and healthy if you are traveling abroad this summer. The letter explains how families can stay safe and healthy. 

    For questions, email covid19virus@schools.nyc.gov .    

    Please see attachment for the letter. 

      

    2) Pupilpath  

    Pupilpath will be discontinued on 6/30 then all parents need to switch to NYC Schools account. If you do not have a NYC School account, you can request create code here 

     3) Summer School Registration 

    In person summer school registration will be on July 5 at 8am for anyone who did not register with their counselor on Teams.  

    First day of summer School will be July 5th 

    Summer school will be from July 5th  until August 11th . In-person attendance is mandated. All summer school classes are blended, and they will include work on Microsoft Teams. 

      

    Mandatory In-Person Attendance 

    Asynchronous Work on Microsoft Teams 

    Period 1 

    8:00 am – 9:00 am 

    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm 

    Period 2 

    9:05 am – 10:05 am 

    1:00 pm – 2:00 pm 

    Period 3 

    10:10 am – 11:10 am 

    2:00 pm – 3:00 pm 

     

     

    4) Summer Bridge Program: 

    We are excited to host a Summer Bridge Program for new incoming 9th Graders.  The program will run for two weeks, Monday thru Thursday, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. 

    Week 1 - July 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st

    Week 2 – July 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th 

    Please email kvega2@schools.nyc.gov to register. 

     

    5) August regents  

    Students that need to take the August regents need to register with their guidance counselor on teams. Abrahm Lincoln does not offer regents prep for the August regents. However, students who need to take the regents in January will be programmed for prep in September and if any prep becomes available over the summer, we will let our students know. 

     

    6) ALHS Commissioners Regulation & Transcript Options Survey 

    All students can change a passing grade on their transcript for  

    this Fall (2021 Term 1) and Spring (2021 Term 2). 

    Students who choose to take Regents exams for which they have already earned Regents waivers or approved Regents appeals, including the Special Appeal, can choose to remove any numeric score for a Regents exam in the same subject from the transcript.  

    Please Complete the survey here to request a change for a passing grade, or to request a regents appeals. 

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Newsletter 08/30/22 Volume 1

    ALHS Newsletter 8-30-2022 

    Stay update date at www.alhs.nyc 

    Volume 1 

     

    1) Fall 2022-23 Program, ID cards, and MetroCard Distribution 

    Student Programs, ID cards, and MetroCard distribution are scheduled for Wednesday September 7th by student last name. 

    Last Name A – L 

    September 7th, 9:00 am – 10:30 am 

    Last Name M – Z 

    September 7th, 10:30 am – Noon 

    2) First Day School of school 9/8 

    We are excited to welcome students back to school. The first day of school is Thursday September 8th. 

    3) Update Contact and Check Programs on NYC Schools Account  

    1. All parents must update emergency contact info on the NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) Portal.  
    1. If you do not have an account request your MyStudent Account Creation Code here  
    1. Parents can also see their child’s program beginning September 7th.  
    1. NYCSA lets parents stay connect to their child's education. One sign-in will allow you to:  

    See your student’s grades & test scores • 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. 

    4) Bell Schedule 

    Students will receive a bell schedule on the back of their program cards.  Find the bell schedule online here. 

    5) Respect for All 

    Each student and staff member brings to our community the richness of our city’s cultural diversity and the desire for respect. 

    At Lincoln, we follow the policy of the Department of Education to maintain a safe and supportive learning environment that is free from harassment, intimidation and/or bullying and from discrimination on account of actual or perceived race, color, citizenship/immigration status, religion, creed, national origin, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, or weight. The policy prohibits such behavior by students against other students and by staff against students. For more information, please see the full policy here.  

    6) PTA Meeting: September 15th at 6pm on Zoom 

    Please save the date for this year's first PTA meeting on Thursday, September 16th at 6 pm. Registration information is to follow. Check out the PTA’s web page here. 

    7) Citywide Behavioral Expectations to Support Student Learning  

    To help provide students with a safe, supportive, and inclusive learning environment, the Chancellor's Citywide Behavioral Expectations to Support Student Learning (including the Discipline Code) outline the guidelines and expectations for student behavior in school. 

    8) New School Health Guidance   

    Please see attached immunization guidelines and chart.  

    9) Family Income Inquiry Forms 

    Families are encouraged to complete the Family Income Inquiry form online

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Important Upcoming Dates

    1) Fall 2022-23 Program, ID cards, and MetroCard Distribution 

    Student Programs, ID cards, and MetroCard distribution are scheduled for Wednesday September 7th by student last name. 

    Last Name A – L 

    September 7th, 9:00 am – 10:30 am 

    Last Name M – Z 

    September 7th, 10:30 am – Noon 

    2)Teachhub

    1. Find your Program online at teachhub.schools.nyc in using your  @nycstudents.net account. Then go to My Documents. 

    2. Follow directions above for program change requests on Microsoft Teams Chat. 

    3. Need help with your @nycstudents.net account? Visit the temporary help desk in the auditorium. 

     

     3) First Day School of school 9/8 

    We are excited to welcome students back to school.  The first day of school is Thursday September 8th.  

     

    4) PTA September Meeting  

     

    September PTA Meeting will be held on Thursday September 15, 2022, at 6 p.m. via zoom  

      Topics will include:   

    1. Principal Remarks
    2. Clinic / Health Details
    3. Welcome 2022 -2023 PTA Executive Board

    Contact the PTA if you are not already on their mailing list at abrahamlincolnhspta@gmail.com    

    Please see attachment for more information. 

     

     

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • Newsletter Volume 36

    Last Day of School – Monday, June 27th.

    Monday is a mandatory attendance day for all students.

    Last Name A-L: 9 am – 10 am

    Last Name M-Z: 10 am – 11 am

    Grades 9-11 must report by their last name and pick up report cards and programs for next year in the cafeteria.

    *Programs will not include start times or periods. 

    Grade 12 must report by their last name and pick up diplomas in the auditorium. 

    Confiscated Item Pick-up: Confiscated items will be available in the cafeteria for student pick-up.

     

    2022 Summer Rising Program at Abraham Lincoln High School

    Lincoln will be offering a wide variety of programs over the summer. 

    To register for any programs below, students must message their guidance counselor on Microsoft Teams by Thursday, June 23rd.  

     

    Summer School:  Lincoln will be hosting in-person summer school for students behind on credit.   Students must register with their guidance counselors remotely through Microsoft Team Chat by Thursday, June 23rd.  Programs will run from 8:00 am to 11:10 am Monday through Thursday, beginning July 5th until August 11th.  In-person attendance is mandated.  All summer school classes are blended, and they will include work on Microsoft Teams.

     

    Mandatory In-Person Attendance

    Asynchronous Work on Microsoft Teams

    Period 1

    8:00 am – 9:00 am

    12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

    Period 2

    9:05 am – 10:05 am

    1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

    Period 3

    10:10 am – 11:10 am

    2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

     

    Enrichment and Acceleration:

    Lincoln will offer three credits of summer enrichment and acceleration. Students must register with their guidance counselors remotely through Microsoft Team Chat by Thursday, June 23rd

    Periods 1 & 2 - SEL Music Elective: All students are eligible to participate in 2 credit-bearing music classes that tie social-emotional learning with music.  The program will run periods 1 and 2 during summer school.  The program will also include support services for Multi-Language Learners. 

    Period 3 – HE3AT: HE3AT is an elective designed to help the students explore different fields such as healthcare, energy, education, environment, agriculture, and technology. 

     

    Summer Bridge Program:  We are excited to host a Summer Bridge Program for new incoming 9th Graders.  The program will run for two weeks, Monday thru Thursday, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm.

    Week 1 - July 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st.

    Week 2 – July 25th, 26th, 27th, and 28th.  

    Please email kvega2@schools.nyc.gov to register.

     

    If you have any questions, please contact your child’s guidance counselor or Ms. Jebril, ALHS Parent Coordinator, at ljebril@schools.nyc.gov.

    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
  • U.S History Regent Cancellation

    U.S History and Government Regents cancellation  

    June 1,2022 United States History and Government Regents Examination has been canceled and will be an attendance day for all the students. City guidance on regents is forthcoming.  

     

    Abraham Lincoln HS
  • ALHS Newsletter Volume 33

    1) Abraham Lincoln High School End of Year Parent Survey 

    We would love to hear your feedback. Please answer our 4 questions parent survey here to help us improve your child’s High School experience here

     

    2) Flippin Friday Update 

    Three Fridays Left: Keep it up! Together we have improved Friday attendance by 4%!!! 

    • Friday 5/27 - 90% attendance gift card raffle sponsored by the PTA. Raffles tickets were on your last Flippin Friday attendance letter. Last day of Friday Funday activities. See attached schedule and reach out to teachers by 2pm Thursday.   
    • Friday 6/3 - Gold Attendance Letter T-Shirt Give-Away! Everyone who received a gold attendance letter with three months of perfect Friday attendance will get a T-shirt.  
    • Friday 6/10 - Platinum Attendance Celebration for students with 4 straight months of perfect Friday attendance. 

    3) U.S History and Government Regents cancellation  

    June 1,2022 United States History and Government Regents Examination has been canceled and will be an attendance day for all the students. City guidance on regents is forthcoming. 

    4) Memorial Day School closed on Monday May 30th 

    School will be closed on Monday May 30th for Memorial Day honoring our nation’s heroes.  

    5) Last Day of the third Marking Period is May 31, 2022. 

    Report cards will be distributed digitally on June 7, 2022, on PupilPath and NYCSA. If you do not have NYCSA account, request your MyStudent Account Creation Code here. Directions and registration codes for PupilPath can be found in our news feed here 

     

    6) The 28 Precinct is Hosting a Historically Black College and University Fair 

    Youth Coordination Officers are hosting a Historically Black College and University Fair on Saturday June 11, 2022, 12-4pm, at the 28 precinct 2271 8th Avenue NY, NY, 10027.    

    For more information, please see the attached flyer 

    7) NYU STEP (Science and Technology Entry Program) 

    STEP is a science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) focused program aimed at recruiting 7th through 12th grade students interested in the STEM and medical fields. It is designed to increase diversity and access in STEM to historically underrepresented and economically disadvantaged students with aspirations of applying to and attending college and medical school.   

    NYU is  currently recruiting for our Fall 2022 semester. Applications for the 2022 Fall Semester are due by July 20, 2022. Please visit NYU website for more information and click here to apply for our fall semester. 

    For more information, please see the attached flyer 

     

    8) Title 1 Parent Workshop 

    Title 1 Parent Workshop “Cook along” will be Today Wednesday, May 25, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. Via Zoom Please register here.  

    Ms. Gibson will be making a crowd’s favorite deviled egg!  

    To cook along you will need the following ingredients:  

    1 dozen eggs    

    1 cup mayo   

    1 lemon   

    1 tablespoon mustard   

    1.5 tablespoon vinegar    

    1 bunch chives (optional, to garnish)  

    Share your favorite recipe, or favorite food hack with the other participants  

    Looking forward to seeing you all soon 

    The link will be sent out via email.  

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

    Abraham Lincoln HS
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