Lincoln County School District (Oregon)

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Lincoln County School District
Type and location
Type Public
Grades K-12
Established 1923[1]
Region Oregon Coast
Country USA
Location Lincoln County, Oregon
Coordinates 44°37′57″N 124°03′27″W / 44.63250°N 124.05749°W / 44.63250; -124.05749Coordinates: 44°37′57″N 124°03′27″W / 44.63250°N 124.05749°W / 44.63250; -124.05749
District information
Superintendent Tom Rinearson[2]
Asst. Superintendent Sara Johnson[2]
Schools 16 total[2]
12 regular schools
4 public charter schools
Budget $58,504,000[3]
NCES District ID 4107500[3]
Students and staff
Students 5,187[3]
Teachers 239.18[3]
Staff 502.80[3]
Student-teacher ratio 21.69[3]
Athletic Conference Oregon School Activities Association
Other information
Total Population Under 18 9,547[3]
Guiding Philosophy Continuous Improvement[1]
Mission To develop passionate learners and responsible citizens.[1]
Schedule lincoln.k12.or.us/Page.asp?NavID=3306
Information Encompasses about 1,000 square miles[4]
Website lincoln.k12.or.us

The Lincoln County School District is a public school district in the U.S. state of Oregon. The district serves the communities of Yachats, Waldport, Eddyville, Newport, Siletz, Lincoln City and Toledo. The district spans roughly 55 miles of the central Oregon Coast from Cascade Head south to Cape Perpetua.

Demographics[edit]

Over half of the students in the district qualify for free or reduced lunch.[4]

In the 2009 school year, the district had 484 students classified as homeless by the Department of Education, or 9.0% of students in the district.[5]

High schools[edit]

Middle/junior high schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

Contracts[edit]

As of 2011 Lincoln Country School District contracts with Sodexo for custodial and food services, and with Mid Columbia Bus Company for transportation services.[4]

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