Lincoln School District, Rhode Island
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- Administrative officials are listed with contact information.
- Current budget is published.
- Meeting schedule, minutes and agendas are provided.
- School committee members are listed with contact information.
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The school committee is composed of seven members.
|Elizabeth Black Robson, Chair||4|
|Kristine Donabedian, Vice Chair||3|
|Mary Varr, Clerk||5|
|Mary Anne Roll||At-Large|
Georgia Fortunato serves as Superintendent.
Collective Bargaining Agreements are available on the District's website.
For FY 2010 the District has a budget of $47,561,705. This is a decrease of $738,295 (1.53%) from FY 2009.
In FY 2008 Lincoln spent $14,322 per pupil.
In response to the No Child Left Behind Act, Rhode Island joined with Vermont and New Hampshire to create Grade Level Expectations (GLEs) and the New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP). NECAP results can be found on the Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education site.
Each year Information Works! (a partnership between the R.I. Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the Center for School Improvement and Educational Policy at the University of Rhode Island) puts out an annual report on public education in Rhode Island, creating detailed report cards for each district.
2007-08 District school performance
In the 2007-08 school year, 8 schools (100%) in the district were classified as making Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP), 1 was a Regents' Commended school, and none were identified as in need of improvement.
|Classification||Number of schools||Percentage of schools|
|Made Adequate Yearly Progress||8||100%|
|Did not make AYP - Caution||0||0%|
|Did not make AYP - Insufficient Progress||0||0%|
The chart below details school classification indicators and targets:
|Level||Math 2008 state target||District's index score||English 2008 state target||District's index score|
The chart below details the percentage of students reaching proficiency on the following subjects:
The Lincoln Teachers Association (LTA) is the teacher's union for this school district. It is an affiliate of American Federation of Teachers (AFT), Rhode Island Federation of Teachers, and the AFL-CIO. Mary Ann Canning-McComiskey is the President.
- ↑ Administration
- ↑ Budget
- ↑ Meetings
- ↑ Minutes/Agendas
- ↑ School committee
- ↑ Lincoln school committee
- ↑ Collective Bargaining Agreements
- ↑ Lincoln School District - 09-10 School Committee Approved Budget
- ↑ RIDE - FY 2008 Per Pupil Expenditures
- ↑ Rhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education - New England Common Assessment Program
- ↑ Infoworks! 2009 School District Performance Report
- ↑ Infoworks! Learning and Achievement: Accountability 2009 Report
- ↑ Infoworks! Learning and Achievement: Assessments 2009 Report
- ↑ Lincoln Teachers Association