Summer School
High school summer school classes in the Lincoln Public Schools have been planned to cover a wide range of course offerings for students grades 9-12

About LPS Summer School

High school summer school classes in the Lincoln Public Schools have been planned to cover a wide range of course offerings for students grades 9-12. The summer school program provides:

  • an opportunity for all high school students to continue their learning during the summer.
  • an opportunity for high school students (grades 9-12) to earn additional credit during the summer.

Who is Eligible for Summer School?

Summer School is open for all current LPS students and Non-LPS students who live in the LPS boundary (those students will register during late registration).

High school summer school is open to students who were in grades 9-12 during the 2020-2021 school year. Students who have received a high school diploma or General Equivalency Certificate are NOT eligible to participate in summer school. Students who are expelled from school are not eligible to register for summer school. All students are encouraged to talk with their school counselor regarding appropriate course selections.

Remote Learning

Remote learning classes will be limited. These classes will be designated on the enrollment Google form. Please note if those classes do not have minimum enrollment numbers on May 10th, 2021 will be canceled. If a class is canceled, you will be notified as soon as possible. You may then choose to transfer to a class that is still open. If a student is taking two e-learning classes they will be a remote student.

Remote Learning Parent Permission forms will be emailed after May 10th, 2021 to parents who’s students select Remote Learning.

If a student is doing remote learning, they will need to have their camera on and able to communicate with the teacher for the duration of the class for attendance to count.

Summer School Attendance

Students enrolled in a six-week class may be dropped from class when they have been absent three consecutive days or five times—for any reason.

If a student is ill and cannot attend school, they should make arrangements with their teacher to complete make-up work. Absences due to late registration or illness count as part of the three or five day total allowed absences.

Students who are absent the first day of summer school without contacting the summer school office prior to 12:30 p.m. on May 26, 2021 will be dropped from their class. Students could then reregister on May 25th, 26th, or 27th.

If a student is doing remote learning, they will need to have their camera on and able to communicate with the teacher for the duration of the class for attendance to count.

Course List

Important Information

  • If you chose ELRNZ, you will need to contact your counselor
  • If you ONLY have ELRNZ courses, you will be remote
  • OUTDOOR ADVENTURE class requires a valid Driver’s License as they will meet at different locations
  • Requests for schedule changes will be be starting on May 26th with the Summer School counselors

Summer School Dates

  • Wednesday, May 26th – First Day of Classes
  • Monday, May 31st – No School
  • Friday, July 2nd – Last Day of Classes

Class Times

Period 1: 8:00—10:02 a.m.
Period 2: 10:07 a.m.—12:09 p.m.

Location

Summer School will be held at Lincoln North Star and Lincoln Southeast High Schools.

Students may not get their preferred location as it is based on class availability.

Contacting Us

Principal

Mr. Edwin Bonner

Instructional Coordinator

J.P. Caruso
Lincoln Southeast

Jon Davidson
Lincoln Southeast

Maira Mendez Rodriguez
Lincoln North Star

Special Education Coordinator

Sara Jones
Lincoln Southeast

Lori Devine
Lincoln North Star

Office Hours

7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on school days

Phone Numbers

North Star Office: (402) 436-1640

Southeast Office: (402) 436-1906

(Voice Mail from 12:30 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. the following morning.)

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