100 Jerry Toth Drive

Shinnston, WV 26431




   Lincoln High School opened on Tuesday, September 5, 1978, to accommodate ninth through twelfth grade students from the Shinnston and Lumberport sections of Harrison County, West Virginia. It consolidated two schools, Shinnston High School and Lumberport High School. Lincoln High School derived its name from the first public school located in Harrison County in the vicinity of the nearby community of Gypsy. Site preparation began in the spring of 1975. Groundbreaking ceremonies for the building were held September 9, 1976. Cornerstone laying was June 4, 1977. A new additon was completed for the 94-95 school  year



Lincoln High Daily Memo

October 8, 2015

Today is a GOLD day

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Monday: Sloppy Joe, tater tots, green beans, orange wedges

Tuesday: Rotini, salad, breadstick, vetegable

Wednesday: Tomato soup, grilled cheese, celery sticks, yogurt, mixed fruit

Thursday: strak salad, breadsticks, mixed fruit, sherbet

Friday: Pulled pork sandwich, salad, oven fries, pineapple



October 19th - No School - Parent/Teacher Conferences 3:30-6:30

Jostens School and Athletic Jackets ordering- Thursday Oct. 8th at 9:30

2015 College and Career Fair:  Please mark your calendars for October 15 for the Harrison County Schools College and Career Fair.  The event will be held in the RCB Gym from 6 pm - 8 pm.  ALL High School students and their parents are encouraged to attend.  There will be lots of opportunities for students to speak with colleges and potential employers that have jobs available for high school graduates.