The SAT exam
scheduled for Saturday, January 23rd was CANCELLED.
The retake date is Saturday, February 27th. Please check your emails for details from the College Board. They
can also be reached at 866-756-7346.
The last day of classes for the 3rd
Marking Period of the Fall Semester is Monday, January, 25th. There
are no classes from Tuesday, January 26th thru Friday, January 29th
during Regents week.
assignments were distributed to students. If you have any questions or concerns,
please contact your child’s Guidance Counselor or the Parent Coordinator.
*There are no
Regents Exams on Monday. Please refer to the date if there is a conflict. **Your
child may have been missing the Living Environment Regents. Phone calls went
out to indicate which children are scheduled. ***If your child has multiple
Regents Exams at the same time. They will be put into a conflict room. They
were scheduled to arrive at 7:00 a.m. This is not an error please be sure your
child arrives on time to allow ample time to complete each Exam.
return on Monday, February 1st to pick up their Report Cards,
Program Cards for the Spring Semester, & new Metro Cards according to the
ending in A – L arrive at 9:00 a.m.
ending in M – Z arrive at 10:30 a.m.
on Tuesday, February 2nd to begin the 1st Marking Period
of the Spring Semester.
RE in Global History
RCT in Reading
RCT in U.S. History &
RE in U.S. History
RCT in Global Studies
RCT in Science
RE in English Language Arts (Common Call)
Geometry (2005 Standard)
I (Common Core)
Morning Exams-10 a.m.
Afternoon Exams-2 p.m.
9th Grade – Mrs.
Cervera-Watson ~ 718-333-7561
10th Grade – Mr. B. Vega ~
11th Grade – Ms. Landberg
12th Grade – Ms. Felzer ~
ISS Students (with IEP) – Ms.
Schoenfelder ~ 718-333-7469
Additional Support (grades 9-12) –
Mr. C. Vega ~ 718-333-7559
Ms. Royden ~ 718-333-7554
Mr. Rockman ~ 718-333-7468
Ms. Campbell ~ 718-333-7564
School Psychologist – Dr.
Achieve NYC Guide to New York City Public Schools to learn more
about the New York City Departments of Education’s initiatives to support
Strong Schools and Strong Communities across the city.
This Guide was created for
parents like you who are seeking the most current information to enable you to
best advocate for your child. Whether you have a child in Pre-K or
preparing for college, you can find information on deadlines and requirements
at every level.
Find out who’s
who at your child’s school, how to talk to your child’s teachers, what student
achievement looks like, policies that impact you and your child, the school
calendar and information about enrollment, transportation and programs across
العربية | বাংলা
| 中文 | Français | Kreyòl Ayisyen | 한국어 | Русский | Español | اردو
Please be sure to visit our College Office page
(located under Departments)...
Important Financial Aid & Scholarship links
Information from Colleges
SAT Updates Info
COLLEGE & CAREER READINESS...
ROAD MAP TO SUCCESS!
REGISTER FOR NAVIANCE
Click “I need to Register”
All you need is your Student OSIS#
Student Registration Code: OSIS#
Parent Registration Code: pOSIS#
On behalf of our school community, I would like to welcome you to our school website. Abraham Lincoln High School is a school of "Many Nations....One Pulse!" We take great pride in celebrating the diversity amongst our students and staff. Our school is a community where all members help one another pursue their potential.
For nearly a century Abraham Lincoln High School has been a leader in New York City education. We maintain high expectations and a strong support system for all of our students. Our teachers, staff members, and administrators work to ensure that each school year is successful and that students make progress towards graduation while preparing for post-secondary pathways. All courses are college preparatory because we believe that it is our responsibility to provide all students with the opportunity to go to college.
We encourage students and parents to take advantage of everything our school has to offer. There are many opportunities and resources available to support not only the students but the parents so that they can inspire their children to be academically inclined and good citizens in their communities.
Be informed. Be involved. Be engaged.
From your Parent Coordinator & Webmistress,
Mrs. Tiffany Lewis
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
Friday, February 12
ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY
Sunday, February 14
Monday, February 15
Tuesday, February 16
Are you a member of a school club or team? Click here to access important announcements, calendar events and resources.
Sports schedule and information can be found at http://www.psal.org.
From the Alumni Association:
SAVE THE DATE!!
MAY 15, 2016
1:00PM - 4:30PM
ANNUAL ALUMNI HOMECOMING/OPEN HOUSE
*The change in date is due to a very late Spring Recess on the DOE Calendar
2015-2016 PTA E-BOARD
President - Carolyn Dorsett
Vice-President - Christina Mohamed
Secretary - Dionne Hastings
Treasurer - Angie Rodgers
THE NEXT PTA MEETING IS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd
AT 6PM - FINANCIAL AID & FAFSA FILING WORKSHOP
The Alumni Association tab can be found in the Directory.
Fred Newman, President