Upcoming Events

Tuesday, September 23

Girls Soccer
4:30 pm - Mt. Vernon HS@LHS
Recycling - Paper
7th Period, 3rd floor
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Wednesday, September 24
SLC Meeting
Room 240
Thursday, September 25
Religious Holiday - Schools & Central Office Closed
Rosh Hashanah
Friday, September 26
Boys Soccer
4:30 pm - LHS@Riverside HS

Girls Volleyball
3:45 pm -LHS@GortonHS
Religious Holiday - Schools & Central Office Closed
Rosh Hashanah

Library Resources

From the Principal


September 3, 2014

"You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream."   --  C. S. Lewis

Dear Lincoln High School Families:

Welcome to the 2014-2015 school year!

I hope that you and your child found time to rest, relax and enjoy your summer vacation. The Lincoln High family is looking forward to working with you this year as we continue to strengthen our learning community.

The first day of school for all students is Thursday, September 4, 2014. It will be a full day of instruction and all classes begin at 7:45 a.m. Our driving theme for this year is "A Collaborative Approach to Education." This speaks to the importance of all members of our learning community working together. To that end, please assist us by reviewing the following: (Read the complete letter in PDF format.)


To view old Student Spotlights and Announcements, link to our Announcement Archive.

Lincoln News and Events

Mayor Mike Spano Names Lincoln School of the Month

Link to story.
Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano recognized Lincoln High School as the City’s School of the Month for June 2014. Specifically recognizing the school’s EcoPark, an outdoor garden and growing area in the school’s courtyard, Mayor Spano joined Superintendent Dr. Michael Yazurlo, Principal Ian Sherman and Lincoln HS students and teachers to pay tribute to the school.

EcoPark is part of the Horticulture Special Education program at Lincoln HS and began four years ago when the school’s former courtyard was transformed into a large garden. As an ongoing hands-on learning center, EcoPark is maintained daily by more than one dozen Special Education students. The school’s science students use the park to study ‘green’ sources of energy, growing, bio-mass, recycling, and sustainability. Read the article and view photo on the City of Yonkers Webisite.
For more photos, visit the City of Yonkers Facebook page.
Read the complete article on the Yonkers Public Schools Website.

Announcements and Links

The Purple Peel 2014 Edition

The Purple Peel, 2014 online edition is now available. 2014 Purple Peel Page-turner EditionIf you have problems viewing this file,2014 Purple Peel PDF Format 

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