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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.

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Posted by: Kang-Yun Joyce Tsai, District Staff, San Francisco Unified School District
Published: 8/16/18




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Dear parents and guardians, 

 

Family Portal debuted in Fall 2017, and since this is a new tool, we want to hear from you about your experience with Family Portal as a parent or guardian. We’ve worked with Parents for Public Schools of SF to develop a survey, and the information we collect will help us as we continually work to improve your Family Portal experience.

 

Please fill out this short survey, available in English, Chinese and Spanish, before June 8 to give us feedback!

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Posted by: Kang-Yun Joyce Tsai, District Staff, San Francisco Unified School District
Published: 5/21/18




Audience: Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Kanyce Johnson, Associates, Students, Parents, Homepage, All Grades and Homepage

Incoming Freshmen registration will be in held in Rm.149 Counseling's office 

 

Office hours: 8am-3pm

 

Please be advised that all counselors are unavailable during registration.

 

 

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Posted by: Kanyce Johnson
Published: 5/21/18




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Congrats to junior Ben Mignola for setting a new peg board record and senior Kaya Lehr-Love for setting a new Tuba Ruba record! Two rounds left and we have 2 teachers, 2 seniors, and 3 juniors remaining!

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Posted by: Maxine Abergas
Published: 5/7/18




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Attention Round 1 registered students: March 19-23 & April 2-6 

 

Please come by Rm.149 Counseling's Office, to complete your course selection sheet. Deadline: May 18, 2018.

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Posted by: Kanyce Johnson
Published: 5/3/18




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Congrats to senior Kaung Sett Hein for winning both the standing broad jump and Set IQ challenge in round 6 of Health Idol and taking the lead in the competition!

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Posted by: Maxine Abergas
Published: 4/10/18




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Congrats to junior Sam Whitfield for setting a new record in the Cryptogram challenge. Also congratulations to freshman Cameron Louie for winning the lung capacity challenge.

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Posted by: Maxine Abergas
Published: 4/3/18




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The Annual ALHS Annual Poetry Contest

 
-Submissions due to your English teacher by April 12th
-A winner from each grade level will win $50 and will be published in the Lincoln Log.
 
Requirements:
-PRINTED OUT-One page max & only one entry per student
-On the BACK side of your printed entry: your First & last name, grade level, & English teacher's name (NOTE: Don't put your name on the side with you poem on it)
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Posted by: Jorge Goncalves
Published: 4/2/18




Audience: Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Kanyce Johnson, Associates, Students, Parents, Homepage, All Grades and Homepage

Incoming Freshmen Registration will be held in rm.149 counseling's office March 19-23 & April 2-6 

 

Office hours: 8am - 3pm

 

Please note: All counselors are unavailable during registration.

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Posted by: Kanyce Johnson
Published: 3/21/18




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Congrats to teacher Madison Junker for doing the most push-ups (70) and junior Ben Mignola for having the quickest reaction time (260 milliseconds).

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Posted by: Maxine Abergas
Published: 3/12/18




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Posted by: Jorge Goncalves
Published: 2/26/18




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Congratulations to the Health Idol seniors who dominated round 3. Especially to Carlos Leiva for his strong win in the memory challenge and JJ Khin for her strong win in the pulse pressure challenge!

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Posted by: Maxine Abergas
Published: 2/26/18




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Attention Lincoln Female Students!

 

The non-profit Ignite Worldwide will be bringing a panel of San Francisco women digital arts professionals (i.e.: graphic designers, videographers, digital animators, audio engineers, digital artists) to speak to interested Lincoln female students as a means of inspiring YOU to their professions and increasing the numbers of females in the digital arts professions!  

 

Who should attend?: ANY ALHS Female student in any grade level who is interested in learning about various digital arts professions. (WHY just females for this event? Ignite likes to create a safe space for female students to ask any questions they have about these professions, and since women are underrepresented in these particular career fields, they wish to promote their professions specifically to girls.)

 

What?: Hear a panel discussion of women digital arts professionals AND ask any questions you may have of them. **Free breakfast food served during the event to students in attendance.  

 

When?: Thursday March 1st, 2018 during 4th period (10:10am-11:48am)

 

Where?: the ALHS Library (2nd Floor)

 

**YOU must RSVP by Weds. February 28th by midnight so we can purchase enough food for the event.  You must login to their SFUSD Google Account and then complete this Google Form to RSVP for the event: https://goo.gl/forms/FzY8VPkEWnxCuxgX2

 

More info on Ignite:

http://www.igniteworldwide.org/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJsrGR33Xyg

The IGNITE Mission:           

“IGNITE’s mission is to create opportunities to spark girls’ excitement about technology careers and inspire them to new possibilities. IGNITE lights them up. Girls in grades 6-12 from all backgrounds interact with professional women in technology careers during the school day. Girls glimpse themselves as innovators and entrepreneurs through stories of successful women who work and live in their communities.”

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Posted by: Jorge Goncalves
Published: 2/21/18




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Please join us on Thursday, February 22nd for our first AAPAC (African American Parent Advisory Council) meeting of the Spring Semester!
 
Location: ALHS Library on the 2nd floor
Time: 5:30-6:30pm
Dinner and child care will be provided.
 
Please contact African American Family Liaison Jeremy Traylor (Email: traylorj@sfusd.edu / Google number (415)841-3417) for additional information and to RSVP. 
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Posted by: Jorge Goncalves
Published: 2/16/18




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Lincoln's English Department continues the tradition of staging scenes from William Shakespeare's Hamlet.  We invite you to performances of four scenes of this famous play: Witness revenge-fueled anger and grief, faked and true craziness, spying and sneaky plots, and, of course, nearly everyone dying as the final tragedy is revealed! 

 

WHEN: Friday, February 23rd at 6pm

WHERE: ALHS Little Theater 

 

The show is free, but we're accepting donations to support the ALHS Drama department. 

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Posted by: Jorge Goncalves
Published: 2/16/18




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Congrats to improv club / youth outreach workers Kristy Tan, Cole Pepper, and Philip Wolf for a great workshop/performance at UC Berkeley. The attendees wanted more!

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Posted by: Maxine Abergas
Published: 2/13/18




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Congratulations to improv club members Kaya Lehr-Love, Raziel Ruiz, Chloe Wong, Celine Chao, Gabriel Ferrer, and Natalia Ricci for a fantastic performance at the UCSF Medical Center. The staff and patients were really grateful for their hilarious performance!

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Posted by: Maxine Abergas
Published: 2/7/18




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Congratulations to the juniors for dominating the second round of Health Idol with Mark Huynh & Ben Mignola besting the balance challenge and Sam Whitfield & Mark Huynh besting the memes challenge!


Mark Huynh has now taken the lead from freshman Cameron Louie.

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Posted by: Maxine Abergas
Published: 2/7/18




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Congrats to Chad Chiparo for dominating the dexterity challenge this year. Freshman Jed Peek proved to be his closest competitor.

For the Scattergories word challenge, the respective top scorers included seniors Sim Akuluze, Carlos Leiva, Jackson Walker, freshmen Owen Commins and Cameron Louie.

Cameron Louie is currently the frontrunner in the competition.

 

For more information, contact Ian Enriquez.

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Posted by: Maxine Abergas
Published: 1/31/18




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There have recently been unconfirmed reports that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) may conduct a major sweep in San Francisco. Please remember immigration officials are not allowed access to students or student information on school grounds without authorization from SFUSD’s Legal Office.

 

If you need immigration support, you may speak with a trusted adult at school. Your information will be kept confidential. Find legal help related to immigration from San Francisco Immigrant Support. If you encounter ICE officials in your home or community, or if you or someone you know is detained in San Francisco, you can call the Rapid Response hotline at 415-200-1548.

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Posted by: Kang-Yun Joyce Tsai, District Staff, San Francisco Unified School District
Published: 1/19/18




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Congratulations to the juniors and seniors selected for Health Idol 2018.

 

Destiny Brown

Lilly Jue

Haris Khan

Ainsly Perez

Annison Van

Sam Whitfield

 

Kaung Sett Hein

Kaya Lehr-Love

Carlos Leiva

Glenda Pineda

Jackson Walker

Ariel Wong

 

In 2003, a junior won the first Health Idol and in 2012 a junior was the last student to have won Health Idol. It is time for the students to take back the crown!

 

This year the theme is redemption, so it may still be possible for some of last year's contestants to earn a spot in the game. These candidates include: Mariq Alejandro JJ Khin Ben Mignola

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Posted by: Jorge Goncalves
Published: 12/18/17




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Congratulations to the 6 sophomores that were selected to compete in Health Idol next semester!

 

Martin Baun

Luis Contreras

Selena Flamenco

Crimson Hartford

Diego Solano

Chloe Wong

 

This is the 15th year and maybe we will have our first sophomore winner!

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Posted by: Ian Enriquez
Published: 12/12/17




Audience: Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Health Idol, Health Idol, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents, Homepage, All Grades and Homepage

Congratulations to the 6 freshmen that were selected to compete in Health Idol next semester!

 

Laniya Bishop

Owen Commins

Koey Fung

Cameron Louie

Celina Mac

Jedidiah Peek

 

This is the 15th year and maybe we will have our first freshman winner!

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Posted by: Ian Enriquez
Published: 12/8/17




Audience: Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Kanyce Johnson, Associates, Students, Parents and Homepage

The counseling's office will be closed October 17th during 1st period -- lunch.

 

If you would like to speak with a counselor please come back during 4th period.

 

 

 

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Posted by: Kanyce Johnson
Published: 10/17/17




Audience: Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents and Homepage

SFUSD continues to monitor the air quality index for the City and County of San Francisco for the week of Oct. 16. Principals are getting regular updates regarding precautions they should take, including bringing activities indoors when the air quality is orange or red and monitoring students with asthma and other health conditions. As the forecast changes during the school day or at any time during this week, an update will be provided to principals right away. Check the current the air quality index at airnow.gov.

 

三藩市聯合校區將繼續監測本週三藩市內的空氣品質指數。各校校長會定期獲得有關相應預防措施的最新消息,包括當空氣品質達橙色或紅色級別時,把所有活動安排在室內進行,以及監察患哮喘及其他健康狀況學生的情況。若空氣品質預測在上學日期間或本週任何時間出現變化,我們會立即向所有校長提供更新資訊。你可上網到airnow.gov查閱最新的空氣品質指數。

 

El SFUSD continúa monitorizando el índice de calidad del aire para la Ciudad y el Condado de San Francisco durante la semana del 16 de octubre. Los directores reciben actualizaciones periódicas con respecto a las precauciones que deben tomar, incluso realizar las actividades dentro de las instalaciones cuando la calidad del aire es naranja o roja y vigilar los estudiantes con asma y otras condiciones de salud. Conforme el pronóstico cambie durante el día escolar o en cualquier momento durante esta semana, de inmediato se proporcionarán actualizaciones a los directores. Verifique el índice actual de calidad del aire en airnow.gov.

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Posted by: Kang-Yun Joyce Tsai, District Staff, San Francisco Unified School District
Published: 10/16/17




Audience: Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents and Homepage

San Francisco Unified School District officials are working closely with the Department of Emergency Management and the Department of Public Health to monitor the air quality situation in San Francisco. At this time, we continue to advise schools to conduct indoor activities during the school day. Schools will be open Friday, Oct. 13. If San Francisco's air quality is downgraded further, we will consult with Department of Public Health and provide families and staff with an update.

 

三藩市聯合校區正在與緊急事故應變管理部和公共衛生部密切合作,監測三藩市的空氣質量。目前,我們繼續建議學校在上課期間進行室內活動。 學校將在10月13日星期五正常開放。 如果三藩市的空氣質量進一步下降,我們將向公共衛生部諮詢,並對家庭和員工提供新指引。

 

Los funcionarios del Distrito Escolar Unificado de San Francisco están trabajando estrechamente con el Departamento de Manejo de Emergencias y el Departamento de Salud Pública para vigilar la calidad del aire en San Francisco. En este momento, seguimos recomendando a las escuelas que realicen las actividades dentro del plantel durante el día escolar. Las escuelas estarán abiertas el viernes 13 de octubre. Si la calidad del aire de San Francisco disminuye aún más, consultaremos con el Departamento de Salud Pública, con el fin de proporcionar a las familias y al personal una actualización sobre la situación.

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Posted by: Kang-Yun Joyce Tsai, District Staff, San Francisco Unified School District
Published: 10/12/17




Audience: Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents and Homepage

San Francisco has very poor air quality due to the fires in the North Bay. SFUSD has advised all school sites ​to keep students indoors on Oct. 12 during recess​, physical education​ and lunc​h​​. All outdoor sports and learning ​activities should ​also ​​​be ​moved indoors.  

 

These guidelines are to remain in place until the San Francisco Department of Public Health deems the air quality has improved and it is safe for children to do activities outdoors. We will continue to update principals regarding any changes. 

 

由於北灣火災,三藩市空氣質素非常差劣。三藩市聯合校區已吩咐所有學校在小息、體育堂及午餐時安排學生留在室內活動。所有戶外運動和學習活動也應轉到室內進行。

 

這指引將一直生效,直至三藩市公共衛生局認為空氣質素已改善,並適合學生在室外安全活動為止。如有任何變化,我們將會繼續通知校長。

 

En estos momentos la ciudad de San Francisco tiene muy mala calidad del aire debido a los incendios en el norte de la Bahía de San Francisco. El Distrito Escolar Unificado de San Francisco (SFUSD) ha aconsejado a todas las escuelas que mantengan a los alumnos en el interior de sus inmuebles el 12 de octubre durante el recreo, la clase de educación física y el almuerzo. Todos los deportes y actividades docentes al aire libre deben también realizarse en el interior de las escuelas.

 

Estas directrices deberán respetarse hasta que el Departamento de Salud Pública de San Francisco considere que la calidad del aire ha mejorado y es seguro para los alumnos realizar actividades al aire libre. El SFUSD continuará informando a los directores de las escuelas sobre cualquier cambio de última hora.

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Posted by: Kang-Yun Joyce Tsai, District Staff, San Francisco Unified School District
Published: 10/11/17




Audience: Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents and Homepage

Beginning at approximately 2:00 p.m. on Oct. 11, the air quality in San Francisco is expected to become "unhealthy for sensitive groups" (known as a code orange). At that time, schools have been advised to minimize outdoor exertion for students and staff with asthma or other health issues. Alternative activities and settings will be made available for all students at all of our schools.

 

各位三藩市聯合校區家長:從今天下午2點開始,預計三藩市的空氣質量會升級為橙色警告,即“對敏感人群有健康危害”。 學校已經收到建議盡量減少哮喘或有其他健康問題的學生和工作人員的戶外運動,並提供其它活動給所有學生。

 

Se espera que hoy alrededor de las 2:00 de la tarde, la calidad del aire en San Francisco no sea saludable “en especial para los grupos de personas más sensibles” (conocido como código naranja). Al llegar ese tiempo, a las escuelas se les ha recomendado que “a estudiantes y personal con padecimientos de asma o de salud” se les limite la salida al exterior. Para todos nuestros estudiantes de las escuelas se tendrán disponibles medidas y actividades alternativas.

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Posted by: Kang-Yun Joyce Tsai, District Staff, San Francisco Unified School District
Published: 10/11/17




Audience: Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents and Homepage

San Francisco has very poor air quality today due to the fires in the North Bay. SFUSD advised all school sites ​to keep students indoors during recess​, physical education​ and lunc​h​​. All outdoor sports activities ​and outdoor learning ​activities should ​also ​​​be ​moved indoors today.  

 

These guidelines are to remain in place until the San Francisco Department of Public Health deems the air quality has improved, and it is safe for children to do activities outdoors. We will continue to update principals regarding any changes to this directive. 

 

由於北灣火災,三藩市空氣質素非常差劣。三藩市聯合校區已吩咐所有學校在小息、體育堂及午餐時安排學生留在室內活動。所有戶外運動和學習活動也應轉到室內進行。 

 

這指引將一直生效,直至三藩市公共衛生局認為空氣質素已改善,並適合學生在室外安全活動為止。如有任何變化,我們將會繼續通知校長。

 

En estos momentos la ciudad de San Francisco tiene muy mala calidad del aire debido a los incendios en el norte de la Bahía de San Francisco. El Distrito Escolar Unificado de San Francisco (SFUSD) ha aconsejado a todas las escuelas que mantengan a los alumnos en el interior de sus inmuebles durante el recreo, la clase de educación física y el almuerzo. Todos los deportes y actividades docentes al aire libre deben también realizarse en el interior de las escuelas.

 

Estas directrices deberán respetarse hasta que el Departamento de Salud Pública de San Francisco considere que la calidad del aire ha mejorado y es seguro para los alumnos realizar actividades al aire libre. El SFUSD continuará informando a los directores de las escuelas sobre cualquier cambio de última hora.

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Posted by: Kang-Yun Joyce Tsai, District Staff, San Francisco Unified School District
Published: 10/10/17




Audience: Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Kanyce Johnson, Associates, Students, Parents and Homepage

College application assistance will take place every Tuesday at lunch in rm.235 October 10- November 

 

November 1st - After school  rm.235

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Kanyce Johnson
Published: 10/10/17




Audience: Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents and Homepage

To date, nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrant youth have been granted DACA status, which provides work authorization and temporary relief from deportation. The program has enabled our graduates to contribute to their communities by significantly increasing opportunities for higher education and jobs. Unfortunately, on September 5, 2017, President Trump directed the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to phase out and eventually end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) over two and half years. USCIS will continue to accept and process RENEWAL applications until Oct. 5, 2017 from applicants whose DACA expires between Sept. 5, 2017 and March 5, 2018. Below are resources in support of DACA students who are eligible for renewal:

Apoyo para los trámites de renovación de la Acción Diferida para Personas que Llegaron al País en la Infancia (DACA)

Hasta la fecha, casi 800.000 jóvenes inmigrantes sin documentos legales de inmigración han obtenido la categoría DACA, lo que les proporciona una autorización de trabajo y pospone temporalmente su deportación. El programa ha permitido que nuestros graduados contribuyan a sus comunidades al aumentar significativamente las oportunidades para que ellos obtengan una educación superior y empleo. Infortunadamente, el día 5 de septiembre de 2017, el presidente Trump ordenó al Departamento de Seguridad Nacional (DHS) y a los Servicios de Ciudadanía e Inmigración de los EE.UU. (USCIS) que gradualmente eliminen y eventualmente pongan fin a la Acción Diferida para Llegadas de Niñez (DACA) durante un lapso de dos años y medio.​ La oficina del USCIS continuará aceptando y procesando solicitudes de RENOVACIÓN hasta el 05 de octubre del 2017 de los estudiantes cuya DACA vence entre el 05 de septiembre del 2017 y el 05 de marzo del 2018. A continuación, presentamos una lista de organismos que ofrecen recursos de apoyo a los estudiantes DACA que califican para renovar su condición:

協助暫緩遣返無証移民計劃(DACA)資格續辦

迄今,接近80萬名無證移民青少年已獲賦予DACA身份,並從中獲工作許可和暫緩遣返。該計劃大大增加我們畢業生入讀大專院校及就業機會,從而有助他們貢獻社區。很不幸,在2017年9月5日,特朗普總統指令美國國土安全部(DHS) 及美國公民及移民服務局(USCIS) ,在未來兩年半內逐步撤銷「童年入境者暫緩遣返手續」(DACA),直至該計劃完全撤銷為止。美國公民及移民事務局(USCIS) 將繼續接受和處理DACA計劃參加者之資格續辦申請,直至2017年10月5日為止,只要申請者之DACA計劃失效日期界乎2017年9月5日至2018年3月5日。以下一些資源對符合DACA計劃續辦申請的學生會有幫助:

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Posted by: Kang-Yun Joyce Tsai, District Staff, San Francisco Unified School District
Published: 9/27/17




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The biotechnology pathway at Lincoln is proud to announce a partnership with Rare Genomics, an international nonprofit organization that helps families pursue personalized research projects for rare genetic disorders by providing access to cutting edge research technologies, physicians, and scientists across the globe. Sixteen of the students in the 2nd year course will be working with physicians and other professionals to help link affected families and individuals with local and international resources with the goal of developing treatments or cures for specific rare genetic disorders. To read about Rare Genomics and its mission, check out the link below or stop by Room 22 on the basement floor to ask Mr. Frischer questions about the partnership. http://www.raregenomics.org/

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Posted by: Jorge Goncalves
Published: 9/22/17




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Take advantage of the lowest price of the year on Back to School Night. Pre-order your 2017-18 Lincoln Roundup yearbook!

Link: https://www.yearbookordercenter.com/index.cfm/job/6355

 

Contact: Ms. West

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Posted by: Jorge Goncalves
Published: 9/18/17




Audience: Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Kanyce Johnson, Associates, Students, Parents and Homepage

All counselors will be out this Friday 9/22/17.

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Posted by: Kanyce Johnson
Published: 9/18/17




Audience: Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Kanyce Johnson, Associates, Students, Parents and Homepage

All counselors will be out all day attending a UC Conference.  

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Posted by: Kanyce Johnson
Published: 9/11/17




Audience: Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Associates, Students, Parents and Homepage

To date, nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrant youth have been granted DACA status, which provides work authorization and temporary relief from deportation. The program has enabled our graduates to contribute to their communities by significantly increasing opportunities for higher education and jobs. Unfortunately, on Sept. 5, 2017, President Trump directed the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to phase out and eventually end DACA over two and half years.

迄今,接近80萬名無證移民青少年已獲賦予DACA身份,並從中獲工作許可和暫緩遣返。該計劃大大增加我們畢業生入讀大專院校及就業機會,從而有助他們貢獻社區。很不幸,在2017年9月5日,特朗普總統指令美國國土安全部(DHS) 及美國公民及移民服務局(USCIS) ,在未來兩年半內逐步撤銷「童年入境者暫緩遣返手續」(DACA),直至該計劃完全撤銷為止

Hasta la fecha, casi 800.000 jóvenes inmigrantes sin documentos legales de inmigración han obtenido la categoría DACA, lo que les proporciona una autorización de trabajo y pospone temporalmente su deportación. El programa ha permitido que nuestros graduados contribuyan a sus comunidades al aumentar significativamente las oportunidades para que ellos obtengan una educación superior y empleo. Infortunadamente, el día 5 de septiembre de 2017, el presidente Trump ordenó al Departamento de Seguridad Nacional (DHS) y a los Servicios de Ciudadanía e Inmigración de los EE.UU. (USCIS) que gradualmente eliminen y eventualmente pongan fin a la Acción Diferida para Llegadas de Niñez (DACA) durante un lapso de dos años y medio.​

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Posted by: Kang-Yun Joyce Tsai, District Staff, San Francisco Unified School District
Published: 9/7/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Classes begin 9/11. To take an online course you must attend an orientation.

 

Orientation Dates: Wednesday 9/6 @ 2:30pm & Thursday 9/7 @ 2:30pm in Room 21C

 

Courses Available for Fall 2017: English 9th/10th/11th/12th, Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Modern World, US History, Health, SFUSD College Career, Spanish, & French

 

Contact Person: Valerie Ziegler

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Posted by: Jorge Goncalves
Published: 9/3/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Incredible Opportunity for ALHS Students

 

Learn how to code with Mission Bit! The Intro to Web Programming course is specifically designed for students with little to no coding knowledge. Students will learn HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript and some core programming concepts through project based instruction. The deadline to apply has been extended for Lincoln students- apply by Friday, September 8th!

If you would like more information, contact Katy Sun at sunk@sfusd.edu or visit her in Room 53.

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Posted by: Jorge Goncalves
Published: 9/1/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Calling all singers, dancers, actors, musicians & techies! We will be having an informational meeting about the fall musical this Friday, 9/1/17 in the auditorium at lunch. All are welcome!!! Ok to bring your lunch. Come find out about our production and how you can get involved. Questions? See Ms. Walenta in room 155 or Ian Enriquez in the Wellness Center.

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Posted by: Jorge Goncalves
Published: 8/29/17




Audience: Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, All Grades, Kanyce Johnson, Associates, Students, Parents and Homepage

Welcome back ALHS students!

 

If you missed your schedule pick up date. Please come to the counseling's office rm.149 starting the first day of school August 21,2017 to get your schedule printed.

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Kanyce Johnson
Published: 8/21/17




Audience: Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Sys Admins, Teachers, Kanyce Johnson, Associates, Students, Parents, Homepage, All Grades and Homepage

A transcript is unofficial unless signed by a school Registrar or Principal and includes a seal

 

 

If you would like to obtain your unofficial or official transcript, please

see Ms. Johnson Rm.149 Counseling office. 

 

If Ms. Johnson is away from her desk please send an email to 

 

Johnsonk1@sfusd.edu and she will gladly assist you.

 

Reminder: Transcripts will only be sent if REQUESTED by School or Scholarship Program.

 

 

Official Transcripts are signed by School Registrar or School Official and sealed with the official school seal. Transcripts are placed in sealed envelopes and are only considered official as long as the envelope is not opened.

 

Unofficial Transcripts are not signed or sealed with official school seal.

 

Official transcript pick up:

 

1) Drop In

 

2) Request by email to: Johnsonk1@sfusd.edu 

Official transcripts will be ready for pick , located on Ms.Johnson's desk in an envelope with your name attached for you to mail, or drop off.

 

 

Please note that Abraham Lincoln High School does not automatically send your official transcript. It is your responsibility to request it and mail it  OR drop it off.

 

Abraham Lincoln High School does not have the appropriate on-line program to submit Official Transcripts electronically.

 

If you have any questions, please see Ms.Johnson

 

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Posted by: Kanyce Johnson
Published: 8/18/17




Audience: Associated Student Body (ASB), Homepage, Associated Student Body (ASB) and Homepage

ASB Members

  • Core

Kelsey Fong-President

Ella Fujikawa-Vice President

Nathan Tam-Secretary

Nathan Vargas-Treasurer

Angelina Morazan-Historian

Caite Carvajal-Director of Spirit

Chris Wu-Director of Clubs

Matthew Virzi-SAC Representative

Yesenia Guzman-SAC Representative

Josephine Clay-Alumni Liaison

Cindy Li-Freshman Liaison

Hiroka Nagai-BSA Coordinator

Tiffany Liang-BSA Coordinator

Melina Diaz-DMD Liaison

Megan Lee-Principal's Cabinet Coordinator

Marcos Ruiz-GM

Rachel Mattingly-GM

Yohanna Gebremedhin-GM

  • Senior Class ('18)

Christian Chun-President

Daniel Jai-Vice President

Naomi Chong-Secretary

Bianca Cho-Treasurer

Tatsuya Aizawa-GM

Ruby Fan-GM

Carmen Ho-GM

Angelina Marcelino-GM

Evan Prasadi-GM

Josephine Ruan-GM

Natesa Vuong-GM

Brittany Woods-GM

Isabel Wolf-GM

  • Junior Class ('19)

Pana Phan-President

Iris Chu-Vice President

Bella Wong-Secretary

Sabrina Chu-Treasurer

Erick Arriaza-GM

Kaylee Chan-GM

Jessi Etges-GM

Fanny Lao-GM

Nya Lewin-GM

Selina Ly-GM

Mathew Phuong-GM

Colby Wu-GM

Angelina Young-GM

  • Sophomore Class ('20)

Sherry Deng-President

Matthew Holland-Vice President

Jenna Chui-Secretary

Sydney Tom-Treasurer

Pinar Ashkar-GM

Laniya Cheatum-GM

Vicki Chen-GM

Steven Hum-GM

Jane Kim-GM

Matthew Kong-GM

Carrie Thang-GM

Priscilla To-GM

Leela Wong-GM

Kalani'anela Young-GM

 

Thank you to the Class Sponsors for supporting our students!

Class of 2018: Ms. Tircuit and Ms. So

Class of 2019:  Ms. Retzinger, Ms. Kaplan, Ms. Gratch

Class of 2020: Ms. Tesorero, Ms. Roque

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Posted by: Christine Eng
Published: 5/23/17




Audience: Homepage, College & Career Center, College & Career Center, Maria Martinez, Parents and Homepage

Attention Graduating Class of 2018:

 

Please read this message because it will affect how you apply for private universities during 2017-2018.

 

https://www.commonapp.org/whats-appening/application-updates/common-application-announces-2017-2018-essay-prompts

 

We are pleased to share the 2017-2018 Common Application essay prompts with you. The changes you see below reflect the feedback of 108 Common App member colleges and more than 5,000 other Common App constituents, as well as consultation with our advisory committees and Board of Directors. Students represented the single largest share of constituent survey respondents (59%), followed by school counselors (23%), and teachers (11%).

 

Read The Common App Essay Prompts Are Changing 

 

We were gratified to learn that 91% of members and 90% of constituents agree or strongly agree that the current prompts are effective. In addition, the narrative comments we received helped us see areas for improvement in three of the prompts. Working in close consultation with the counselors and admission officers on our advisory committees, we revised these prompts in a way that we believe will help students see expanded opportunities for expressing themselves. Those revisions appear in italics. You will also notice two new prompts. The first asks students to share examples of their intellectual curiosity. The second is a return to inviting students to submit an essay on a topic of their choice, reframed to help students understand that they are welcome to draw inspiration from multiple sources, not just their own creativity.

 

The word limit on the essay will remain at 650.

 

The goal of these revisions is to help all applicants, regardless of background or access to counseling, see themselves and their stories within the prompts. They are designed to invite unencumbered discussions of character and community, identity, and aspiration. To this end, we will be creating new educational resources to help students both understand and approach the opportunities the essay presents for them.

 

2017-2018 Common Application Essay Prompts

1. Some students have a background, identity, interest, or talent that is so meaningful they believe their application would be incomplete without it. If this sounds like you, then please share your story. [No change]

2. The lessons we take from obstacles we encounter can be fundamental to later success. Recount a time when you faced a challenge, setback, or failure. How did it affect you, and what did you learn from the experience? [Revised]

3. Reflect on a time when you questioned or challenged a belief or idea. What prompted your thinking? What was the outcome? [Revised]

4. Describe a problem you've solved or a problem you'd like to solve. It can be an intellectual challenge, a research query, an ethical dilemma - anything that is of personal importance, no matter the scale. Explain its significance to you and what steps you took or could be taken to identify a solution. [No change]

5. Discuss an accomplishment, event, or realization that sparked a period of personal growth and a new understanding of yourself or others. [Revised]

6. Describe a topic, idea, or concept you find so engaging that it makes you lose all track of time. Why does it captivate you? What or who do you turn to when you want to learn more? [New]

7. Share an essay on any topic of your choice. It can be one you've already written, one that responds to a different prompt, or one of your own design. [New]

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Posted by: Maria Martinez
Published: 2/17/17