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Monday, August 20th at 8am

Regular Monday School Schedule-Report to Period 1 at 8am

SFUSD Instructional Calendar 2018-2019

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Download this school year's calendar HERE

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Attention Staff:

Student Support Referral Forms can be found HERE

Please Watch the New DMD Academy Animations Explaining the Newly Revised ALHS SLO's-Click on Each Thumbnail to Watch Each Video!







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A Low Cost Internet Option for Lincoln Families

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Qualified families only have to pay $9.95/month for internet service AND have the option of purchasing a computer for $150. See this SITE for details:
 

How to qualify:

To qualify for $9.95 a month Internet service and a low-cost computer, your household must meet all these criteria:

 1.  Be located where Comcast offers Internet service
 2.  Have at least one child eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program
 3.  Have not subscribed to Comcast Internet service within the last 90 days
 4.  Not have an overdue Comcast bill or unreturned equipment

How to apply:

 1.  Call 1-855-8-INTERNET
(1-855-846-8376) to request an application
 2.  We will mail you an application. Complete and return it, along with lunch program documents from your child's school
 3.  We will notify you by mail about the status of your application. Allow 7-10 days for a response

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Download and print an application for membership in CSF HERE, the California state honors society now!  Bring a copy of your report card or transcript and turn them into Ms. Kelley at  lunch or after school.  Dues are $5.00 or $1.00 with Free/Reduced Lunch.

The California Scholarship Federation is the second oldest honors society in the United States of America.  Since 1921, the top academic students in its over 1400 public, private, and parochial member high schools have been invited to join.  Membership demonstrates and rewards hard work and success in academics.


Do you have the grades to join CSF?  It usually takes three A’s and one B (or better) in rigorous academic classes to qualify.  Anyone with these grades, no D’s or F’s, and satisfactory citizenship may join. 

 They celebrate the ideals of “Scholarship for Service” by doing volunteer service at least 12 hours per semester.  In the past, group volunteer opportunities have included tutoring, volunteering at the San Francisco Food Bank, Habitat for Humanity, the San Francisco Zoo, and St Anthony’s Dining Hall.  Individual volunteer projects have included visiting wards at Laguna Honda Hospital, Holocaust Memorial oral history projects, tutoring in public libraries and grade schools, and working on political campaigns.  Students do not have to be active members, but only active members of CSF qualify for scholarships and awards.


Life Membership in the California Scholarship Federation is earned by joining CSF at least four times from the second semester of sophomore year through graduation.  One semester’s membership MUST be earned with grades from classes taken as a high school senior. (No senioritis!)  Life membership is listed on ALHS transcripts.  Life members receive a golden lapel pin.  If they want to, they may wear golden honors stoles during graduation.

Join CSF today!

The CSF Website Section Can be Found HERE.

 

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School Information

2162 24th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94116

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Tel: 759-2700
Fax: 566-2224


Ms. Shari Balisi, Principal of Abraham Lincoln High School

School Hours: Monday, Tuesday, & Friday: 8 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. AND Wednesday & Thursday 8 a.m. to 2:17 p.m.

SFUSD Website

 
 

(Click Image Above for More SFUSD Title IX Info, Resources & to Contact an Officer)

 

Non-Discrimination Policy:

San Francisco Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.


If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying, you should immediately contact the school site principal and/or Director of the Office of Equity (CCR Title 5 and Title IX Officer), Keasara (Kiki) Williams, at 415-355-7334 or equity@sfusd.edu. A copy of SFUSD’s uniform complaint policy and SFUSD’s non-discrimination policy are available upon request.

CONGRATULATIONS!!!


Lincoln High School Dragon Boat Team Wins

World Championships

Team takes home gold medals in four competitions in Szeged, Hungary


 

San Francisco (August 1, 2018) - The Abraham Lincoln High School Dragon Boat team took home the gold in four competitions at the 11th International Dragon Boat Federation (IDBF) Club Crew World Championship Races in Szeged, Hungary in July. Led by coaches Fanny Chen, Wesley Chen, Matt Chen, and team manager Brian Yee, the team of 37 student athletes competed in six division category races, winning gold in four and silver in two during the six-day festival.

 

Lincoln won gold medals in the Junior A 200-meter and 500-meter categories, both for the mixed (gender) and women (all-girls) divisions. The team also placed silver for two categories: the open (boys) division 200-meter and 500-meter races.

 

“We are incredibly proud of what the Dragon Boat team accomplished in Hungary,” Lincoln High School Principal Shari Balisi said. “Not only did the team do a wonderful job of representing Lincoln High, but they also did an outstanding job representing San Francisco and the United States in a prominent international setting. Go Mustangs!”

 

With more than 6,000 participants from 150 teams representing 30 countries competing, this event is considered to be one of the largest international dragon boat events. As the highest level of competition for the sport, it features some of the fastest teams from around the world. Lincoln Dragon Boat achieved the fastest final and average times in the mixed division 500-meter category out of the 20 teams, including adults and seniors, representing the United States.  

 

ABOUT LINCOLN’S DRAGON BOAT TEAM:

Established in 1996, Lincoln High School Dragon Boat Team is the school’s largest independent student organization and one of the largest dragon boat teams in California. As a club sport run by volunteer coaches, the team’s purpose goes beyond paddling to develop students into responsible young adults fostering discipline, respect, strong work ethics, and positive sportsmanship. The team holds championship titles from the 2016 and 2017 Northern California International Dragon Boat races, has the highest win count within the California Dragon Boat Association (CDBA), and is the only team to sweep all top CDBA high school divisions three times in a row.

 

Dragon Boat, a human-powered watercraft sport that originated in Southern China, has been celebrated for over 2,000 years and is today’s fastest growing international watercraft sport. Race festivals are held in locations throughout the world every year. As well as in the U.S., the Lincoln Dragon Boat Team has competed in Asia, Europe, Australia and Canada. Participation in international dragon boat events provides tremendous opportunities for our students to learn about different cultures and to represent our community through paddling.  

 

Visit us on Facebook @LincolnDragonBoat, Instagram @lincolnarmy and YouTube.

CONGRATULATIONS! Mustang Julia Yun Featured in Sports Illustrated Kids Magazine in August 2018!

Biotech Week 2018 was a Success!

We engaged with almost 1000 high school students in San Francisco to help create the next generation of scientists.

Five high schools across the city hosted Biotech Weeks in their biology classes in April and early May -- Leadership High School in the Outer Mission, Burton High School in the Portola District, Galileo High School in Russian Hill, Wallenberg High School in the Western Addition and Lincoln High School in the Parkside/Sunset District.

Biotech Week engaged almost 1000 students and 11 biology teachers with real-world applications in biotechnology.  Twenty researchers and leaders from the science industry along with City College biotech faculty members also visited the classrooms as part of the session. 

Student participation reflected the diverse population of SFUSD:  49% female, 51% male, 45% East Asian (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Cambodian, Vietnamese), 22% Hispanic, 6% Filipino, 6% African American and 5% Caucasian.

Business Academy Seniors participated in a Bay Area Semi-Regional Business Plan Competition with NFTE. 

 

Round 1: 1st Place Winners: Megan Rose Lee & Sabrina Chang (Business: Cake Cubes), Jawara Li & Alex Baldi (Business: Grippy), Randy Wong (Business: Pack It)

 

Round 2: 2nd Place: Kelsey Fong (InterTips), Justin Dieu & Matthew Virzi (Magic Conch), Bianca Cho & Ruby Fan (PaintWring), Tiffany Lo & Nancy Huynh (Cookie Crumble)

 

Round 3: Honorable Mentioned Megan Rose Lee & Sabrina Chang (Business: Cake Cubes) 

 

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An operator shortage has resulted in Muni delays across San Francisco, which Muni is working on addressing. Students and staff who ride Muni may experience delays getting to and from school.

Posted 8/16/18

Click Calendar Icon below for ALHS' Master Calendar of Events


NOTE: Event days/times subject to change without notice.

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Please click on the eScrip logo above to sign up as a member to help Lincoln earn FREE MONEY for classroom needs!

& Click HERE for more Fundraising info!


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There are over 50 different clubs at Lincoln to choose to be a part of!  Make new friends, learn a new skill, &/or practice your favorite hobby!  It's not ALL about studying for your classes--have some fun & do some interesting things with like-minded Mustangs!  Click HERE for the weekly school-wide club meeting schedule. Check out the different clubs HERE & attend a meeting to find out if its for you!

Incoming Freshmen Registration Info


 

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Enjoy delicious and healthy foods here on campus! Click HERE to learn more about FREE and Reduced-price meals AND check out the current menu.

You Shop & ALHS gets FREE MONEY for Classroom Needs!!!

Sponsored by the ALHS PTSA

There are so many ways to turn your shopping dollars into cash for Lincoln! If we all get into the habit of using these programs, the money will add up quickly. Last year we raised over $1000 through passive giving programs!  We'd like to see that number grow this year, so let's get shopping! Click on Piggy Bank above to learn more!

Lunch Time Policies

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Due to our wonderful student population, Lincoln is one of a few public high schools where students enjoy an Open Campus lunch.  However please keep in mind the following Lunch Time Policies:

  • Lincoln has a closed campus at all other times of the school day.  No student is permitted to leave campus during class or passing periods without a SFUSD "Permit to Leave."  Students may not access cars during class or passing periods.
  • Lunch is 45 minutes long.  Students are expected to be in class exactly at the start of the period after lunch. 
  • Students are not to loiter during lunch on Taravel or Noriega; they may purchase food, then return to campus.
  • Students are to practice respectful behavior in the community during lunch; no profanity, horseplay or littering are permitted.
  • Students may denied off campus lunch for violation of any of these policies.

Open Campus Lunch is a privilege, not a right.  Please contact Ms. Balisi, Principal, with any questions, (415) 759-2714.  Thank you. 

Attention Parents/Guardians! SFUSD Has a School Lunch Pre-Payment Program Available

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Our school cafeteria has a prepayment program called MealpayPlus that will increase convenience for families and speed up lunch lines. Student Nutrition Services is encouraging families to prepay for students’ school meals by the month, by the week or on their own schedule.  

MealpayPlus allows families to register at www.mealpayplus.com and prepay by credit card, debit card or electronic check online or by phone. Families may also pay by check or cash at school, or may choose to send checks by mail.  MealpayPlus will also allow families, including those who qualify for National School Lunch Program free or reduced-price meals, to view their students’ history of purchases in the cafeterias, so parents can see what their child is eating.   

Other benefits of MealpayPlus include eliminating the need for children to carry cash to school, reducing cash losses, and helping the district meet all requirements set by the National School Lunch Program. If paying online, there is a 4.75% transaction fee. However, SFUSD offers a Bonus payment to your account which is equal to the fee.