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

November 30, 2015

Today is a GOLD day

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Monday: Nachos with ground beef, pinto beans, brown rice, pineapple

Tuesday: Baked chicken, peas/carrots, biscuit, mandarin oranges

Wednesday: Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, green beans, roll, mixed fruit

Thursday: Pepperoni roll, tossed salad, baked beans, cheese wedge, peaches

Friday: Breakfast for lunch



December 10th - Financial Aid night - 6pm in Library                 
  December 11 - 2 Hr Early Dismissal for Students
December 22 - Final Day of 1st Semester
November 30th -- 3 Hour Delay!!