Summer School Dates
June 3rd – July 16th, 2020.
No school on July 3rd and July 6th, 2020.
High School Summer School will be virtual with remote and eLearning options and no tuition fees.
About LPS Summer School
High school summer school classes in the Lincoln Public Schools have been planned to cover a wide range of course offerings for students grades 9-12. The summer school program provides:
- an opportunity for all high school students to continue their learning during the summer.
- an opportunity for high school students (grades 9-12) to earn additional credit during the summer.
Who is Eligible for Summer School?
High school summer school is open to students who were in grades 9-12 during the 2019-2020 school year. Students who have received a high school diploma or General Equivalency Certificate are NOT eligible to participate in summer school. Students who are expelled from school are not eligible to register for summer school. All students are encouraged to talk with their school counselor regarding appropriate course selections.
Students and parents will be able to access student schedules on Synergy after 12:00 pm on June 2nd, 2020.
Step 2: Request Courses
Please note: If you choose eLearning (ELRNZ) you MUST email your school counselor to discuss which eLearning course that will meet your graduation requirement needs.
If you want to take eHealth, on your StudentVue course requests, choose 6111 (first 3 weeks) or 6111B (second 3 weeks)- you do not need to email your counselor for eHealth
Phone number is in operation from May 27 through July 9
Mr. Edwin Bonner
Jon Davidson—North Star
J.P. Caruso—Lincoln High
Maira Mendez Rodriguez—Lincoln High
Special Education Coordinator
7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on school days
(Voice Mail from 12:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. the following morning.)
Summer School Attendance
Absences to Summer School are not listed as excused or unexcused. Due to the very short nature of Summer School, students need to be present every day of instruction for them to be able to have ample opportunity to achieve a semester’s worth of objectives. Once a student has missed five days total or three days in a row, for any reason, they will no longer have the opportunity to earn credit in that class that they have missed. Being late by more than 30 minutes is considered being absent from the class and will be counted as one of the absences. Being repeatedly tardy to class may also result in removal from Summer School, at the discretion of the principal.