About Lincoln Heights

Vision Statement

  • Lincoln Heights will empower the students of today to meet the challenges of tomorrow.

About Lincoln Heights

  • Lincoln Heights Elementary is a neighborhood school dedicated to working together with parents and community to provide a safe and nurturing atmosphere, where students learn and grow into future leaders of tomorrow. Lincoln Heights is the oldest building in the district servicing 320 students. In winter 2009, they broke ground to add on more classroom space and improve the heating and cooling systems. The building stands as a beautiful, historical landmark in our city.

    Lincoln Heights works to meet the needs of their students through a variety of programs. Programs include Mondo Reading, Lucy Calkins Writing, Bridges Math, PBIS, Special Education, School-Wide Title 1, Speech, HALS (High Ability Learning Services), Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy.

    Lincoln Heights is involved in the process of MTSS, or Multi-Tiered Systems of Support. It is the desire that through this process, they will be able to identify and implement intervention strategies for students who are falling behind.

    Lincoln Heights values their close family atmosphere: they understand that in order for their students to be successful, they need the support of parents and community. Teachers and staff work to build relationships through the PTO organization, grade level family fun nights, music programs and parent-teacher conferences with the goal of working together as a team to improve student achievement.

Principal's Message

  • Lincoln Heights Families,

    Kraig Weyrich I would like to welcome all families to a positive and successful 2018-2019 school year at Lincoln Heights Elementary school.  The mission statement at Lincoln Heights is to work together as a team to improve student achievement. School start time is 7:55 and ends at 3:20 daily.

    We are excited about the new challenging English Language Arts curriculum called Wit and Wisdom for Scottsbluff students.  This program will correspond well with the Bridges Math curriculum. In addition to the ELA and Math curriculums, programs include Mondo Reading, Lucy Calkins Writing, Wilson Reading, Just Words, Fundations, PBIS (positive behavior interventions and supports), Special Education, PAWS (behavior program), School-Wide Title 1, Speech, HALS (High Ability Learning Services), Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy.

    Lincoln Heights is fortunate to have an excellent staff that is eager to provide a safe, happy and successful learning experience for each of our students.  

    I believe parents are their child’s first and most important teacher.  Together, we can attain an outstanding educational experience for your children.  I encourage all parents to be active at Lincoln Heights. Please get involved in our PTO organization, our grade-level family fun nights, our music programs, and our parent-teacher conferences.

    Thank you,

     

    Kraig Weyrich

    Principal

    Lincoln Heights Elementary