Lincoln’s Student Support Program is comprised of Counseling, Learning Support, and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). It provides a dynamic range of integrated student services that address our students’ social, emotional, academic, and language development needs.
The program works to ensure all Lincoln students have access to a stimulating academic experience, can engage in meaningful self-reflection, understand themselves as learners and as people, and embrace their roles as responsible and compassionate members of a global society.
In high school, the Student Support team uses an array of different strategies to meet the unique needs of individual learners. We believe in the Least Restrictive Environment model (LRE) while also realizing that may look different from student to student.
The Student Support team recognizes the need for learners to be more independent in high school years. With that said the team applies different models of support that may include co-teaching, differentiation, push-in support, after school tutoring, and the use of accommodations in consultation with the general classroom teachers to help best serve the individual student.