Lincoln Elementary School LSC announces a call for candidates to fill a parent
representative vacancy on the LSC for the 2021-2022 school year. This is a mid-term appointment for the term ending June 30, 2022. Please see the CPS website
https://www.cps.edu/about/local-school-councils/ for information on eligibility, required training, and application materials.
Please email the necessary forms (1-20, 2-20, 3-20), a candidate statement (4-20) and two forms of identification to the Local School Council at LincolnLSC615@gmail.com by 3pm on Friday, October 8, 2021. The LSC invites candidates to make statements in person at the October 13, 2021 regular meeting of the LSC at which we intend to appoint a new parent representative.
Click HERE to access the Forms.
Meetings for the remainder of the 2021-2022 term will be held at 6pm on the second Wednesday of each month in the school library (virtually during the Pandemic).
Please note: Candidates must be a parent / legal guardian of a student enrolled at Lincoln Elementary School and must not be an employee of the Board.
Local School Councils play a role in decision-making at the local school level. The primary responsibilities of the LSC includes approving how school funds and resources are allocated, approving and monitoring the implementation of the annual school improvement plan, and hiring and evaluating the school's principal.
For more information contact -
Litcy Kurisinkal, LSC Chair,firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Eric Fay, Lincoln School Principal, email@example.com, or
any other current LSC member: http://www.lincolnelementary.org/lsc-members.html
The Local School Council (LSC) provides parents, teachers and members of our community with an opportunity to share in the process of developing, implementing and coordinating school budgets and policies. Anyone interested in school matters is invited to attend LSC meetings. The LSC meets monthly and its meetings are posted in the school calendar accessible on the school website.
The Local School Council is the site-based management team of each Chicago Public School. Its primary responsibilities are to select the school’s principal, renew the principal’s contract, develop a Continuous Improvement Work Plan (CIWP, formally called the School Improvement Plan for Advancing Academic Achievement, SIPAAA) and develop the school’s budget for the school year.