Lincoln Public Schools

Address: PO Box 82889
Lincoln, NE 68501
Phone: (402) 436-1000 Email: Website:

"Renowned for its long-standing legacy of educational excellence, Lincoln Public Schools is the second largest public school district in the state of Nebraska: a dramatically growing school district that offers a unique combination of rigorous academic standards and achievement, and family-friendly surroundings. You will find information about a wealth of opportunities here:

High school offerings that include an International Baccalaureate Program, school-to-career programs, an alternative classroom setting, and focus programs in science, arts and humanities, information technology and entrepreneurship.
All-day kindergarten, Reading Recovery, an English Language Learner program, instructional technology, special education services and an enrichment program for gifted students.
A strong academic focus on reading, writing, math, science and social studies, along with classes in fine and visual arts, foreign language and business, plus many after-school athletics and activities. Student services include the following:
Facilitation of problem-solving and communication between families and school staff.
Leadership and coordination of student services personnel throughout the school district.
Student records.
Student accounting and attendance.
Student discipline, including all matters of exclusion, suspension, expulsion and mandatory reassignment of students.
Student services reporting to agencies of county, state and federal government.
Liaison with community agencies in dealing with student health and welfare.
Enforcement of laws dealing with student attendance and delinquency.
Student transfers.
Health services.
Counseling and social worker services.
Crisis response.
Student admissions.
Safety and security.    
Special Education – Jennifer Fundus – Director: Our mission is to provide quality educational opportunities for students with disabilities from birth to age 21.  It is our aim to improve educational outcomes for all children with disabilities through collaborative efforts among students, families, educators and the community alike. SE Phone: 436-1905. SE fax: 436-1899."

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