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Mobile Dentist

Parents of K-12th students: Ohio Dental Outreach program, the in school Mobile Dentist, will be at Lincolnview April 19th & 20th. If you wish to utilize this program please submit a permission form to the school by March 12th, or visit: mobiledentists.com and sign your child up to be seen. 

Mobile Dentist Permission Form

Important Lincolnview School Community Information (2-17-2021)
LLEA Virtual Designer Purse Raffle

Lincolnview Local Education Association is once again holding its Designer Purse Raffle, with a little twist this year. Along with so many other events this year, it will be virtual and will be held during the week of March 14th - March 19th. Proceeds go to scholarships for Lincolnview High School seniors. For more information, click here for the flyer.

Important Lincolnview School Community Information (2-4-2021)
Substitute teaching license

The Lincolnview Local Schools would like to inform Lincolnview parents and the Lincolnview community that there has been a small change in obtaining a substitute teaching license. Due to the recent passage of House Bill 409, for the reminder of 2020-21 school year ONLY, a bachelor’s degree is no longer required to have in order to serve as a substitute teacher in the Lincolnview Local Schools system.  If you are interested in acquiring about this “Temporary Substitute License,” please call the Western Buckeye Educational Service Center at (419)-399-4711 for more information and to receive directions on how to apply to Ohio Department of Education for the substitute license.

Requirements for this Temporary Substitute Teaching License include:

  1. High School Diploma or Proof of Graduation of a GED Equivalence
  2. Background check (FBI & CBI) – through Western Buckeye ESC office
  3. Acquire a temporary substitute teaching license from the Ohio Department of Education
New K-12 School Quarantine Guidelines (1-12-2021)

New K-12 School Quarantine Guidelines (1-12-2021)

The Lincolnview Local Schools would like to inform Lincolnview parents, students, and community that there has been a small minor change from the Ohio Department of Health regarding “K-12 School Quarantine Guidelines.”  As Governor Mike DeWine continues to move towards more schools operating with in-school instruction, K-12 quarantine guidelines have been changed in attempt to keep more students in school on a daily basis, while looking at student health data to help make this decision.

Updated guidelines from the Ohio Department of Health:

“If a student or teacher is exposed in the classroom setting to someone with COVID-19, quarantine is not recommended for the exposed individual as long as masking and other appropriate protocols were followed.”

“Quarantine continues to be advised for anyone who is exposed in the classroom if protocols have not been followed (e.g., students or adults in the classroom did not properly wear masks).”

Therefore, we will continue wearing masks and also directing students to do the same, as well as, proper hand sanitizing and trying to maximize social distancing.  With this new change in guidelines from the Ohio Department of Health we should have less number of students out of the building quarantining if we do our part of masking up, washing up, and backing up.   

PLEASE read the attached document from the Ohio Department of health for more information.