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Welcome to Lincoln County Schools

Our District serves about 5,500 students from Kindergarten through 12th grade in 11 regular schools and 3 public charter schools, with a total of approximately 600 employees. We focus on every child, every day, future ready.

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Events

  • Feb25
    Public Forum Student Information Account - How to Spend our Money?4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Lincoln County School District Office Teaching and Learning Center, 1212 NE Fogarty St, Newport, OR 97365, USA

    Open Invitation: The Lincoln County School District will host four Student Investment Account Public Forums.

    Let’s talk about student success!

    The Student Investment Account will make improvements in four key areas: increasing instructional time, addressing health and safety needs, reducing class sizes, and providing a well-rounded education.

    Lincoln County School District is expecting an estimated $4.6 million per year to invest in educational improvements aligned with the district’s goals. We need staff, student, family, and community voices in this conversation to help guide our spending plan.

    Input is being gathered through face-to-face community forums, meetings with stakeholder groups and online surveys such as the one posted to the website, Facebook, and Twitter accounts on 1/31. All responses will be helpful as we undertake this important process.

  • Mar2
    Public Forum Student Information Account - How to Spend our Money?4:00 pm - 5:30 pm Taft High School, 3780 SE Spy Glass Ridge Dr, Lincoln City, OR 97367, USA

    Open Invitation: The Lincoln County School District will host four Student Investment Account Public Forums.

    Let’s talk about student success!

    The Student Investment Account will make improvements in four key areas: increasing instructional time, addressing health and safety needs, reducing class sizes, and providing a well-rounded education.

    Lincoln County School District is expecting an estimated $4.6 million per year to invest in educational improvements aligned with the district’s goals. We need staff, student, family, and community voices in this conversation to help guide our spending plan.

    Input is being gathered through face-to-face community forums, meetings with stakeholder groups and online surveys such as the one posted to the website, Facebook, and Twitter accounts on 1/31. All responses will be helpful as we undertake this important process.

  • Mar10
    Public Forum Student Information Account - How to Spend our Money?5:15 pm - 6:15 pm Toledo Elementary School, 600 SE Sturdevant Rd, Toledo, OR 97391, USA

    Open Invitation: The Lincoln County School District will host four Student Investment Account Public Forums.

    Let’s talk about student success!

    The Student Investment Account will make improvements in four key areas: increasing instructional time, addressing health and safety needs, reducing class sizes, and providing a well-rounded education.

    Lincoln County School District is expecting an estimated $4.6 million per year to invest in educational improvements aligned with the district’s goals. We need staff, student, family, and community voices in this conversation to help guide our spending plan.

    Input is being gathered through face-to-face community forums, meetings with stakeholder groups and online surveys such as the one posted to the website, Facebook, and Twitter accounts on 1/31. All responses will be helpful as we undertake this important process.

  • Mar10
    Board Meeting - Open to Public6:30 pm - 9:00 pm Toledo Elementary School, 600 SE Sturdevant Rd, Toledo, OR 97391, USA

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Posted on February 20, 2020

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Posted on February 17, 2020

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Posted on February 14, 2020

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