red car Arriving and Dismissing from schoolschool bus
In view of  increasing safety at the beginning of the school day and at the end of the school day this year we are highlighting the arrival and dismissal of students.
All parents of JK - 5th Grade Students are requested to drop-off and meet their student(s) outside.
Students are required to arrive and leave through their designated doors.  This will also be explained to the students.
Please help by dropping your student off in the designated area for his/her class.

Please review the map below so that you and your student know which door to line up at in the morning and leave through at the end of school.

boy looking at map Map of designated arrival and departure areas - click here

Child Find  

Sault Area Schools provide a variety of Special Education programs for students identified as having a disability defined by the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA). A student can access Special Education services through the proper evaluation and placement procedures.

CHILD FIND WEBSITE ~ This site offers information and resources related to the earliest possible identification of young children and their families who may benefit from early intervention or education services.

To receive more information about this CHILD FIND procedure or programs, a parent should contact the building principal - Mrs. Sheri McFarlane.


School Information

Lincoln Elementary School
810 E. 5th Avenue
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 49783

Telephone ~ (906) 635-6626
FAX # (906) 635-8666

Mrs. Sheri McFarlane


 Mrs. Judy  McGahey
 School Hours
8:10 a.m. - 3:10
Breakfast Door Opens - 7:40 a.m.

Please register
You will need:
1. Current Immunization Record
2. Official Birth Certificate
3. Social Security Number
4. Proof of Residency
    i.e. drivers license with current address,
           or bill with name and address.

Failure to register during the
summer may result in
transfer to another school
should classroom overloads occur.
1/2 Day
4 Yr Old Pre-School
To apply visit
Children MUST be
4 years old on or before
October 1, 2014
and meet state eligibility guidelines.
To qualify, a family/child must exhibit
2 factors from the state's list of
eligibility criteria. This program
allows children who qualify
an opportunity to receive a
high-quality preschool experience
 who may not otherwise have
the chance.
This classroom is a GSRP
and ECSE blended classroom with
two highly qualified teachers and
two highly qualified paraprofessionals.
This classroom has a maximum
allowance of 16 students
Great Start

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