Lincoln Public Schools

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Lincoln Public Schools is the only public school district in Lincoln, Nebraska, United States. It is the second largest of Nebraska's 596 school districts, surpassed only by Omaha Public Schools. LPS educates more than 35,000 students in 57 schools.

The current superintendent is Steve Joel, who was recently elected in March 2010. He was the superintendent for Grand Island Public Schools.

As of 2010 students of Lincoln Public Schools speak 52 languages. This is due to Lincoln being a destination of many refugees, who settled there since the U.S. Government declared Lincoln a refugee-friendly city in the 1970s.[1]

Schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Adams Elementary School
  • Arnold Elementary School
  • Beattie Elementary School
  • Belmont Elementary School
  • Brownell Elementary School
  • Calvert Elementary School
  • Campbell Elementary School
  • Cavett Elementary School
  • Clinton Elementary School
  • Eastridge Elementary School
  • Elliott Elementary School
  • Everett Elementary School
  • Fredstrom Elementary School
  • Hartley Elementary School
  • Hill Elementary School
  • Holmes Elementary School
  • Humann Elementary School
  • Huntington Elementary School
  • Kahoa Elementary School
  • Kloefkorn Elementary School
  • Kooser Elementary School
  • Lakeview Elementary School
  • Maxey Elementary School
  • McPhee Elementary School
  • Meadow Lane Elementary School
  • Morley Elementary School
  • Norwood Park Elementary School
  • Pershing Elementary School
  • Prescott Elementary School
  • Pyrtle Elementary School
  • Randolph Elementary School
  • Riley Elementary School
  • Roper Elementary School
  • Rousseau Elementary School
  • Saratoga Elementary School
  • Sheridan Elementary School
  • West Lincoln Elementary School
  • Zeman Elementary School

Middle Schools[edit]

  • Culler Middle School
  • Dawes Middle School
  • Goodrich Middle School
  • Irving Middle School
  • Lefler Middle School
  • Lux Middle School
  • Mickle Middle School
  • Park Middle School
  • Pound Middle School
  • Schoo Middle School
  • Scott Middle School

High Schools[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "'We've Found Peace in This Land'." Parade. October 10, 2010. Retrieved on August 17, 2011.

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