Lincoln Heights will empower our students of today to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
Jodi Benson, Principal
Our mission statement at Lincoln Heights is to work together as a team to improve student achievement. We are so proud of our Lincoln Heights students and look forward to a fantastic school year! School start time is 7:55 and ends at 3:20 daily.
Lincoln Heights Elementary is one of six elementary buildings in the Scottsbluff Public Schools system. We are a neighborhood school working together with the parents and community to provide a safe and nurturing atmosphere where students can learn and grow into future leaders of tomorrow. Lincoln Heights is the oldest building in the district serving 285 students. In the winter of 2009, we broke ground to add on more classroom space and improve the heating and cooling systems.
Fruit & Vegetable Program for Lincoln Heights Students begins September 8th. Students will be given a fruit or vegetable on Tuesday and Thursday as a snack.
Individual Student Pictures
Thursday, September 10th
A packet will be coming home soon
End of the day SAFETY
Students that are not picked up by 3:35 will be brought to the office. You will need to come inside the office and sign them out. We will not send students out to your vehicle after 3:35.
Lincoln Heights Chooses A Big Yellow Theme for the New School Year
The idea started with teachers reading the Book "The Energy Bus; 10 rules to fuel your life, work and team with positive energy." At the start of school we invited students to get on our bus and read the children's version of the book "The Energy Bus for Kids" both by Jon Gordon. This book has 5 rules for the ride of your life. We will introduce a new Energy bus rule each week for 5 weeks. Both books focus on staying positive and overcoming challenges. We have decorated our classroom doors with energy bus themes and the kids have an activity book that goes along with the lessons they are learning in the book.