Lincoln High School’s Local School Advisory Committee (LSAC)
is a monthly community forum for Principal Peyton Chapman to provide information and to receive recommendations from parents, students and teachers about school wide issues.
LSAC, the wonderfully informative and interactive monthly forum for parents, provides you with an opportunity to hear about the current activities of various LHS constituent groups, to interact with our school principal, and to give real-time feedback about issues affecting Lincoln. There’s no “membership” required: just show up and participate in the discussions about what’s going on with academics, parent groups and clubs, the school culture, and other issues affecting our school.
New this year will be a topic of interest that will provide a focus for discussion amongst the parent community and administrators. We expect these discussions to inform parents about issues currently impacting the school and to spark discussion that will help shape policy and solutions relating to these issues.
LSAC meetings are generally held on the first Tuesday of each month, with a couple of exceptions. The agendas will also include reports from parent groups, updates from Site Council, and our principal.
Here are the tentative meeting dates for the coming school year, with our proposed focus areas for the first half of the school year:
|September 13||State of the School: staffing, enrollment, schedules, new courses, teacher loads, and ways parents can help the community|
|October 4||Career Connections at LHS|
|November 1||Achieving Equity at LHS: A conversation about the role race and privilege play in academic achievement.|
|December 7||(WEDNESDAY) Election Town Hall – Candidates for Congressional District 1 Representative|
|January 10||(SECOND TUES) State legislative session and new enrollment and transfer|
Margaret Van Vliet Kathleen Dalke
Minutes of meetings for 2011-2012
April 3, 2012
Please click here to download a copy of the Q&A distributed by Peyton Chapman during the first meeting.
October 4, 2011