|Welcome to Lincoln School Online!
Lincoln School is a middle years (6-8) school in Winnipeg, Manitoba. View a map showing our location. Use the School Locator to find your catchment area.
At Lincoln we take pride in offering strong Academic, Athletic, and Arts Education programs.
We have something for everyone!
Our purpose is to provide each student with the opportunity to become a responsible, creative lifelong learner.
New St. James-Assiniboia websites are coming soon!
School Opening Conferences for Grade 6 Students
September 6, 2017 from 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm
September 7, 2017 from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm
2017-2018 School Information
"Wellness Today: Building Healthy Futures"
Grade 6, 7 & 8 registration and bussing forms for 2017-2018 are posted on the Student Registration page.
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New PowerSchool Parent Portal Link
The PowerSchool Portal provides parents access to school announcements, real-time attendance information and, most importantly, student grades. Click the Parent Portal link on the left side of the screen under School Information to login to the Power School Parent Portal.
Middle Years Education in Manitoba
Working or Visiting A School?
School vandalism often involves graffiti, broken windows, damage to roofs and playground equipment.To report suspicious activity on school grounds between 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.or to report an act of school vandalism in Winnipeg call: (204) 231-4556. Our security firm will attend after receipt of your call
The Manitoba Association of Parent Councils and Manitoba Education have partnered together to increase parental awareness of the importance of regular daily attendance for students in Manitoba. Please see attached resources.
Busses and Cold Temperatures
Please be advised that with the cold winter weather upon us, there exists the possibility of school buses being cancelled for safety reasons. In the event of extremely cold weather (a wind chill hazard of -45°C or greater at 6:00 am at the Forks) buses will be cancelled and students will need alternate transportation.
The School Division will contact all parents to advise them of bus cancellations. The news media is also alerted to cancellations and Division websites are updated to reflect any announcements.
Aboriginal Identity Declaration