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Upcoming Events

  • 8th grade Science test

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  • Memorial Day- NO SCHOOL

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  • Lailat-al-Qadr

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  • Global REGENTS

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Lincoln News


    June 18th Living Environment Regents

    June 19th Algebra Regents

    June 24th Spanish State Test

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  • Yearsbooks will be distributed Friday, June 21st!

    Yearbooks are being processed right now.  They will arrrive in June and distribution will be on Friday, June 21st

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  • 8th Grade dance is June 21st

    Eligibility requirements previosuly announced to scholars.

    Time: TBA

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  • 8th grade Moving Up ceremony is June 25th

    The 8th grade moving up ceremony will be at Lincoln's auditorium from 1:00-3:30 on June 25th.

    June 25th is a half day for students.

    This is not a graduation.  There will be no caps and gowns.  Please have your scholars dress in nice attire.

    See you there!


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  • Binghamton Beat June 2019 Newsletter

    8th grade parents!  Please read.  Many important dates for your scholars.

    June is such a busy month!

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  • After School Program Showcase

    The After School Program will have it's last Showcase  Thursday, May 16th.

    It will be held in the cafe from 4:00-5:30 PM


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  • Feeder School BBQ

    The Feeder School BBQ will on June 11th from 4:00-6:00 PM

    The Mobile Food Pantry will be here in the parking lot at 3:30

    Tour the building, meet the faculty and staff as well as our wonderful community partners!

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  • Multicultural Fair!

    It will be June 7th 1:00-3:30 PM

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  • Team Syracuse Newsletter May 2019

    Please read!

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  • Orchestra Concert May 23 6-8 PM

    Lincoln's Orchestra will be performing with Henninger in our audistorium on May 23 from 6-8 PM


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Parents, you may hear your child say they are in Team Oswego, Team Binghamton, etc. once school starts.  At Lincoln we have 5 Teams.  The main 3 teams represent the grade your child is in:




These team names get the scholars familiar with colleges and universities that surround Syracuse.  We hope it piques their curosity to learn more about their team "school".

 Other Teams are:

CORTLAND = Special Ed and ENL

CORNELL = Specials (i.e. Art, Music, etc.) 


Did you know that.......

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY was established in 1870!

SUNY OSWEGO was established in 1861 as Oswego Primary Teachers Training School.

SUNY BINGHAMTON was established in 1946 as Triple Cities College in Endicott, NY.

SUNY CORTLAND was established in 1868 as the Cortland Normal School.

CORNELL was established in 1865 and is one of 2 IVY League schools in New York State!



Lincoln Receivership Info

Quarterly Receivership Reports

School Year 2018-2019


School Year 2017-2018

4th Quarter 2017:     Lincoln QR4 2017-18 FINAL.pdf 

3rd Quarter 2017:  Lincoln Receivership Q3 2017-2018 SY Report.pdf 

Receivership Letter from Principal April 2018  State Parent Letter_SCSD_Lincoln MS 2018.pdf 

2nd Quater 2017:   Lincoln MS 2017-18 Receivership Q2 Report.pdf  

1st Quarter 2017:   REVISED Lincoln 2017-18 Receivership Q1 Report.docx 

School Year 2016-2017

4th Quarter 2016:  FINAL- NYSED Quarter 4 Receivership Survey Lincoln.docx 

3rd Quarter 2016:  Lincoln Receivership 16-17 Q3 Report and 17-18 Continuation Plan.pdf 

2nd Quarter 2016: Lincoln QR2 SY 16-17.pdf 

1st Quarter 2016: Lincoln Receivership 2016-17 QR1 final.docx 

Getting Ready for School!

Mission Statement

Lincoln School Mission:

Lincoln Middle School is a community where students are engaged and encouraged to meet high expectations through strong positive connections that support student growth.  We recognize each child as an individual with varying ability levels and learning styles.  We consist of stakeholders who will lead and actively participate in creating an academically challenging and emotionally safe environment that promotes collaboration, honors diversity, celebrates progress, and prepares our scholars to be active lifelong learners in their pursuit of higher education and career readiness.  


- Dedicated planning time will be used to align instruction to the common core state standards and monitored to ensure that all students are moving toward proficiency.  

- Adopt and implement 3 school-wide common strategies that reflect best practices providing all learners an opportunity to engage in differentiated instruction and rigorous learning defined by a proven teaching framework.

- School leaders, teacher teams, and support staff will effectively communicate school-wide high expectations addressing academic achievement, development of character, family engagement, and college and career readiness through multiple transparent methods.