ALHS Green Academy Partners with Generation Citizen
ALHS Green Academy has made it a priority this semester to focus on conserving water. Our partnership with Generation Citizen is strengthening our ...more
Hey Mustang Readers!
Please submit Book Reviews for books that you have recently read to share with the Lincoln Community & you can also read the reviews others have submitted. The Book Review Submission Form & reviews written by others can be found HERE.
Login to School Loop on your Smart Phone!
View classwork assigned & have most of the full website's functionality from your Smart Phone by logging into ALHS' School Loop Mobile Website HERE through your phone's web browser.
The Abraham Lincoln Oral History Project Website is published and live!
Students worked very hard to create these webpages. In all they recorded 20 Oral Histories- all of which can be seen on its own page on the site.
This site is a public resource and was created to be shared with the Lincoln Community.
Please visit our site, watch the video clips, read the biographies, summaries, analysis and enjoy!
Please also pass the link along if you get the chance.
Join a Club at ALHS!
There are over 30 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. Check out the different clubs HERE & attend a meeting to find out if its for you.
You Shop & ALHS gets FREE MONEY for Classroom Needs!!!
On April 14- 18, Ecuador and Japan were hit by massive earthquakes that left both countries in a state of shock and fright. In an effort to raise money for both countries, La Raza and the Japanese Culture Club are joining in a group fundraiser for relief. All proceeds will be split evenly between the two countries. Starting April 25 to May 19, La Raza and the Japanese Culture Club will be accepting donations of any amount. Every penny counts! Look out for students of either club with a pink box with the Japanese and Ecuadorian flag on either side. Also, look out for both clubs selling food after school starting this week. Help us raise money for those in need!
For donations and/or information please contact Mr. Sano (room 101) or Mr. Raygosa (Room 220)
Grand Prize Winners of the EAA ( Engineers Alliance for the Arts) Competition
Best in Show and First Prize for Washington DC scenarios. Samantha Mendez, Danielle Lei, Cindy Li, Catherine Li.
Please get application forms from Ms. Fong in room 323 if you are interested in performing for this event. Performers will will be selected by audition and will receive a modest gratuity for their work.
Anti-Bullying Assembly with Brian Stow Visits Lincoln
Harvard's Poetry in America Series Visits Ms. Falls's English Class
English teacher Sara Falls welcomed environmental activist and philanthropist, Tom Steyer (https://nextgenclimate.org/about/tom-steyer/) along with the Alliance for Climate Education, and Harvard University into the class as part of Harvard's Poetry in America series. The class focused on poetry and our connection to the natural world through the lens of Japanese haiku translated by Robert Hass, Hass's poem "The State of the Planet in Verse and In Adversity," and Octavio Paz's poem "Wind, Water, Stone."
Congratulations to the All-City Champion Lady Mustangs Varisty Basketball Team!!!
Seth Tom Class of 2020
Kuinini Manumua Class of 2018
Dangelo Osocio Class 2012
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Lincoln Graduate Jenny Lam Class of 2011
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David Garcia class of 2007
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9th Grade Academy Sign-Up!
Academy of Finance Meets NFL Players Super Bowl City
Interview for CBS
Kurt Warner Joe Staley Blaine Gabbert
During Super Bowl 50 week Academy of Finance students attended the unveiling of Financial Football Game at the Moscone Center. Speakers including Betty Yee, California's State Controller, Jose Cisneros, San Francisco's Treasurer, and 3 NFL players Blaine Gabbert, Joe Staley, and Kurt Warner spoke with students about the importance of financial literacy. Students played the video game with the NFL players and were able to take pictures and receive autographs.
Lincoln Inclusive Week
Mr. Sultan's AP Human Geography Classes
Mr. Sultan's two AP Human Geography classes visited three historically important religious landmarks in San Francisco as a part of their unit on religion.
Students were taken on guided tours of Temple Emanu-El the site of the oldest Jewish congregation west of the Mississippi, The Buddhist Church of San Francisco- the first Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Temple in the United States. Finally, students did a self guided tour of Grace Cathedral- a world renowned Episcopal Church on the top of the California Street hill.
Academy Freshmen & Sophomore Applications Now Open! Pick One Up In Room 21a-b-c
Mock Trial 2016
Last minute coaching
I just want the truth
Pressure on the stand
Preparing to compete
Time for strategy
Putting a witness under pressure during cross examination
Job well done Mock Trial 2016
11th Grade Green Academy Visit Berkeley
12th Grade Green Academy Visits SF CommUNITY Garden
Tryout for Dragonboat in January! For more info, visit Ms. Thieu in rm 125
Elections are now open ! Vote for next year's Student Delegate , Student Advisory Council Representative, and take the Survey.
SAC Reps are a vital part of the district, given that the representatives are the student voice in the district ! Me and my fellow SAC Reps need YOUR help. You are the vote that counts , and the voice that counts, do your part in improving the community by taking the survey.
Below is a link attached that into go vote. Once online, log in with you school loop username and password. The polls will go in chronological order with the election of Student Delegate, then SAC Rep and finally the Survey. Choose Abraham Lincoln High School and vote. Voting is open to Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors.
Note** You will only be able to vote for Lincoln's Nominees for SAC Rep. We acknowledge that most of you do not know the nominees for Student Delegate , but you will receive information about them during homeroom hours this week.
If anyone has any questions, please feel free to contact Seniors Jasper Mak and Jonas Xie, or rising seniors, Johnny Dimas and myself.
On Wednesday, MAy 4th, during the auditorium advisory meeting, the Class of 2017 will hear election speeches for next year's senior class officers and next year's ASB Core officers, including Directors, Historian and SAC Rep.
Voting will take place during advisory on Thursday, May 5th. Advisory teachers are to turn in all used/unused ballots to Ms. Kamkar's main office drawer by the end of lunch on Thursday, May 5th.
Interested in purchasing a Class of 2016 black polar-fleece half zip? See any Senior Class Officer or Ms. Eng in NB17, with $35 (exact change or check payable to ALHS) soon! Only size small, medium and large available. Limited supply! First come, first served!
Do you need to make up or take classes to graduate high school? Our summer school offers “a-g” courses for credit recovery. Students in 11th or 12th grade with "F" course grades will receive priority registration. Registration begins on April 6.
Summer school will run from June 8 to July 13 at the following locations: Galileo HS (senior graduation summer school), Balboa HS, Mission HS, and Lincoln HS. Please meet with your counselor to register for summer classes.
Attention 10th, 11th & 12th Grader that attended the March 16 CCSF Placement Test & Orientation Field trip:
Many of you have been asking me how do I view my CCSF Placement Test Scores?
Only the students that submitted a CCSF On-line Application and received a CCSF ID # via CCSF Admission Office will be able to view their Placement Test Scores by logging in to their WEB 4 Student Account. Below are instructions that can be found on page 5 of your CCSF Concurrent Enrollment Instruction Packet.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: 10th graders who submitted their paper applications to Ms. Martinez, should have received e-mailed indicating your CCSF ID # via school loop. If you did not receive it, you will need to send an e-mail Ms Martinez at email@example.com, to let her know. If you received your CCSF ID #, but are unable to access your WEB 4 Account, please send Ms. Martinez an e-mail to let her know, so she can contact CCSF to fix it.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR VIEWING YOUR CCSF PLACEMENT TEST SCORES:
First you must go to www.ccsf.edu click on "Register for Classes (WEB 4)"located on the middle of the page.
To log in to your WEB 4 Account you:
USER ID = Write in your CCSF ID # (You must include the W or @ symbol, which ever appears on your assigned CCSF ID #)
PIN= Date of Birth Month/Day/Year in two digits only, which means you will enter 6 numbers for your pin. (Example: April 7, 1999 will be entered as 040799).
Once you have logged in you will be asked to change your PIN. You must create a NEW 6 Digit PIN #. Make sure to write it down.
To VIEW YOUR SCORES:
Select "Student Services & Financial Aid & EOPS"
Select "Student Records"
Select "View English & Math Placement and Other Course Eligibility"
Print out this page and bring it with you when you come to see Ms. Maria Martinez, so that she can approve and complete your High School Concurrent Enrollment Permission/Consent Form, page 6 of your CCSF Instructional Packet.
If you have any additional questions feel free to e-mail Maria Martinez, College & Career Counselor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are planning on attending CCSF after graduating Abraham Lincoln High School starting Summer or Fall 2016, then you must read the e-mail that was sent by Ms. Maria Martinez on March 22, 2016 via school loop that provide further instruction of steps listed below.
5 Steps to Enrolling to CCSF: (It is highly recommended that you complete Steps 1-3 before April 18, 2016)
1.) CCSF On-line Application
2.) CCSF Native English & Math Placement Tests
3.) CCSF Orientation (either In-Person OR On-line)
4.) Meeting with a CCSF Counselor (If you have completed Steps 1-3, then you must come to see Ms. Martinez in the College Center to Sign up to for a One-on-One Meeting with a CCSF Counselor that will be coming to the College Center on either April 13, 20 or 21)
5.) Register for Class on FRISCO DAY occurring on April 29, 2016(Permission Slip for this event can be obtained by Ms. Martinez on April 11-15. Only students that have completed Steps 1-4 will be allowed to attend this event.)
If you have any questions regarding this process feel free to e-mail Ms. Maria Martinez at email@example.com.
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Click Calendar Icon below & go to the ALHS School Events Calendar.
NOTE: Event days/times subject to change without notice.
Mustang Daily News Feed
Fellow MUSTANGS, did you know that Lincoln has OFFICIAL Facebook,Twitter, Instagram,&Tumblr Pages?!
Click below and Like Us/Follow Us to get the latest updates on ALHS & view images from school events throughout the school year!
SFUSD Instructional Calendar
Download next school year's instructional calendar HERE!
A Low Cost Internet Option for Lincoln Families
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:
Check out the ASB STORE, showing you what is available & for how much by clicking HERE.
ALHS College & Career Center
Please click HERE to visit our College & Career Center website section for updated resources & information.
Attention Parents/Guardians! SFUSD Has a School Lunch Pre-Payment Program Available
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 ...more
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 in NB12 at lunch ...more
SFUSD Non-Discrimination Policy
San Francisco Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination 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 discriminated against, immediately contact the school site principal and/or Executive Director of the Office of Equity, Ruth Diep, at (415) 355-7334 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A copy of SFUSD’s uniform complaint policy is available upon request.