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The Lincoln Parish School System boasts many specialized services in many areas. Here are just a few brief descriptions of some of the servics we offer in Lincoln Parish.


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When Danny Bell became superintendent of Lincoln Parish schools, he had one goal at heart--strengthen our public schools while accelerating student academics at all grade and ability levels. Research has shown that the most successful schools not only have solid community support, but active interest and participation from its members, therefore, his vision included the implementation of a critically important component—effective community partnerships. Toward this effort, Lincoln ACHIEVE was launched. And from its beginning in August of 2006, this new initiative has worked to promote “Accelerating Children Higher In Educational Values Everywhere.” Coordinated within the parish’s fourteen public schools, ACHIEVE provides a mechanism for strategies and resources to be customized in order to meet the unique needs of a school’s student body while positively impacting academic achievement. Read more.....


School food service provides lunch for approximately 6,570 students daily. The "offer vs. serve" lunch plan is available to all grade levels, enabling students to choose three of five components offered. The Lincoln Parish School Board Meal Payment Schedule may be accessed by clicking the following link:  Read More......

Section 504 is a federal Civil rights Statue enacted to ensure non-discrimination against persons with disabilities. It states that no otherwise qualified disabled individual... shall, solely by reason of disability, be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination by any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance. The Lincoln Parish School Board provide accommodations to meet the needs of disabled students who are covered by Section 504 and enrolled in our school system. Students who demonstrate characteristics of Dyslexia, and may or may not be covered by Section 504 are provided instruction in a Multisensory Structured Language Program. 

Any person who has inquiries, concerns, or complaints related to issues involving students with disabilities and/or compliance with disabilities rights laws should contact the Lincoln Parish School Board's Section 504 Coordinator.  Contact information is as follows: 
Alice Higginbotham
1428 Arlington Street
Ruston, LA  71270
(318) 255-8451


The primary goal of the Lincoln Parish technology plan is to provide technology-rich learning environments that enhance teacher effectiveness and student achievement.  Lincoln Parish has assisted its schools in providing the technical infrastructure, training and staffing required in the support of educational technology.  A second goal states that in order to assist in improving student performance, all educators will have access to curricular materials and resources that support the use of technology in teaching, learning and instructional management. Read More......


The Lincoln Parish School Board and all offices under its jurisdiction declare that no person shall, on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or age be discriminated against in admission or access to or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities.  The School Board is an equal employment opportunity agency and is dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment or training.  Qualified persons, applicants or employees shall not be excluded from any course or activity because of age, race, creed, color, sex, religion, national origin, or qualified disability.

The Superintendent and/or his/her appropriate representative investigate any and all complaints that may be brought against any individual school in the school district in regard to any alleged discriminatory action for appropriate treatment by the School Board.

Any inquiries, concerns, or complaints related to discrimination based on sex should be brought to the attention of the Lincoln Parish School Board's Title IX CoordinatorContact information is as follows:
Lisa Bastion, Assistant Superintendent
410 South Farmerville St.
Ruston, LA  71270
(318) 255-1430, extension 237
email:  lbastion@lincolnschools.org

​The Lincoln Parish School Board operates 68 school bus routes, 5 of which are Special Education routes. The routes provide transportation service for schools in Ruston, Simsboro, Dubach/Hico, Grambling and Choudrant. Over 4,000 students are bused to Lincoln Parish schools each day. For any Transportation needs, please contact the Lincoln Parish School Board Transportation Department at 318-255-6079.


A major goal of the Lincoln Parish Title I Family Involvement Program is to encourage greater involvement of parents in the education of their children. Research shows that greater involvement in children's learning is a critical link to achieving a high quality education, better grades, and fewer discipline problems. The Title I Family Resource Center has been established to promote a stronger home-school partnership. Through the Family Resource Center families can receive information, instructional materials, personal assistance, training and support in order to help themselves and their children.

Click Here for testing info and helpful links provided by the Family Resource Center


Please complete the following survey instruments to help us assess our school's measure of school, family and community partnerships.  The measure is designed to be discussed and completed annually or every other year by an Action Team for Partnerships to assess program progress.  The results not only indicate the scope and quality of involvement activities, but also suggest new directions and needed improvements for the next One-Year Action Plan for Partnerships.  Please use the Scoring Rubric below for rating each comment.