About the Lincoln Community Learning Centers Non-Profit Board

The Lincoln Community Learning Centers Non-Profit Board is a nonprofit public benefit corporation.  The objects and purposes are as follows:

To support charitable and educational purposes of students of Lincoln attending the Lincoln Public Schools through

  1. promoting safety and academic success,
  2. protecting students from danger,
  3. preventing danger from taking place,
  4. proactively preparing students for academic and personal success , and
  5. supporting children, families and neighborhoods by providing opportunities for obtaining gifts, grants or other funds to be used to assist Lincoln Community Learning Centers (“CLC”), advancement of education, sciences, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics, lessening the burdens of government, eliminating prejudice and discrimination, lessening neighborhood tensions, and combating community deterioration and juvenile delinquency.

The board is composed of 12 members, four from LPS, four from the City, and four from the Lincoln Community.

Meeting Agendas and Minutes

February, 2019

The Board will receive the proposed budget for the Lincoln Community Learning Centers and the Safe and Successful Kids (SSK) Interlocal. The Board may make changes to the budget proposal prior to recommending a budget to forward to the SSK Interlocal Board for consideration.

Agenda, Materials, Minutes »

March, 2019

The Board will consider any final edits to the proposed budget for the Lincoln Community Learning Centers and the Safe and Successful Kids (SSK) Interlocal. The Board may make changes to the budget proposal prior to recommending a budget to forward to the SSK Interlocal Board for approval.

Agenda, Materials, Minutes »