Lincoln Public School District #38

Lincoln Public Schools Four-Day Week Information Page

This page is specifically dedicated for information about Lincoln Public School's plan to move to a four-day school weeking beginning in August 2009. Information will be posted on this page as it becomes available. Please check back often as we currently do not have an RSS feed available. Thanks!

 

Lincoln Public Schools Investigates a Four-Day School Week for 2009-2010

Lincoln K-12 Schools has been investigating the possibilities of implementing a 4-day school week. A School Board work session occurred on Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008 at 7:30 pm in the Lincoln School gymnasium to solicit public input.  During the work session, Mr. Jim Baldwin, Supt. of Alberton Schools made a presentation.  Alberton implemented the 4-day school week this year. 

A PowerPoint presentation was presented at the work session. You may download the presentation and/or the unofficial work session meeting minutes and view them on your computer by right-clicking on the links below:

Lincoln PS Board Work Session Power Point

Victor School District 4-Day Week Presentation

LPS Board Work Session 12-02-08

Thank you for your time and interest in this important matter. Please check back on Lincolnlynx.com or cable channel 49 or channel 3 for specifics in the future.

Kathy Heisler                                                              Kathy Tams
Superintendent                                                            School Board Chairman

 

Supporting Documents

Documents related to the Four-Day Week in pdf format. Right mouse-click to download; left mouse-click to view in your browser:

Bell Schedule

Lincoln Schools 4-Day Week Power Point Presentation

4 Day School Week Survey

4 Day School Week Savings

4 Day School Week Hours

School Calendar 2011-2012

 

 

 

 

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The mission of Lincoln Public Schools is to provide educational opportunities and assist all students in developing the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to become life long learners and responsible citizens in a changing society.

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Lincoln Public School District #38, PO Box 39, Lincoln, Montana 59639-0039

Phone: 406-362-4201 Fax: 406-362-4030

Last Update: May 17, 2012 (V 1.0 B 1..26)