Help Us Create a New Lincoln High School
Seeking Community Engagement Following passage of the 2017 bond, PPS is moving forward with
planning, design and construction of a new Lincoln High School. The master plan
calls for Lincoln to be rebuilt as a multi-story structure on the west side of
the current campus. PPS is seeking public input on how the new Lincoln should
be designed and is looking for volunteers to join the Lincoln Design Advisory
Join the Lincoln Design Advisory Group (DAG) The Lincoln Design Advisory Group will include parents, teachers,
students, alumni and community representatives who will be involved in
developing the design of the new Lincoln High School. The group will include at
least one member representing each of the following: high school parents,
neighborhood parents, feeder school parents, neighborhood associations,
business associations, school programs, potential site and/or capital partners,
students, teachers and a school board representative.
The Design Advisory Group Mission The goal of the DAG is to develop a comprehensive, equitable,
integrated and visionary high school campus design with authentic school
community engagement. Members will be expected to serve for several months
throughout the planning process.
Lincoln Project Details During the construction process students will remain in the
current building while construction of the new Lincoln will take place on the
athletic fields at the west end of campus. When completed students will move to
the new building and the original Lincoln building will be torn down and
replaced by the new athletic fields. Construction is slated to begin in 2020.
Get Involved and Stay Informed To join the Lincoln Design Advisory Group, use the online
application here: http://LincolnBond.pps.net If
you are unable to join the DAG, you will still have an opportunity to make your
voice heard at an upcoming Lincoln Public Design Workshop. For more information
and the latest updates visit the project website: http://LincolnBond.pps.net. Join the
Lincoln project mailing list at LincolnBond@pps.net.