Lincolnview Local Schools

15945 Middle Point Road
Van Wert, Ohio 45891
Phone: 419-968-2226
Fax: 419-968-2227
Web: www.lincolnview.k12.oh.us

THE PURPOSE

It is the purpose of Lincolnview Local Schools in the partnership with the home & Community to provide the highest quality education to develop society’s most valuable possession - its youth.  We will accept them as they are today and work to produce citizens who will possess the basic skills, attitudes and values in order to live a wholesome productive life in a democratic society as both leaders and followers.

We believe that learning is a behavioral change that promotes understanding of self and others.  Our educational goals are to help students develop positive attitudes towards school, home and daily living.

THE MISSION

Cultivating an innovative learning environment- igniting students’ minds and preparing them to excel academically, socially, and morally to impact the world.

THE VISION STATEMENT

Lincolnview, rooted in community, is the premier educational destination for the success of all learners.

Graduation Requirements

2015-2017

21 Credits Required

  • 4 English• 4 Mathematics
  • 3 Science• 3 Social Studies
  • .5 Health• 6 Electives
  • .5 Physical Education

2018 & Beyond

  • 4 English• 4 Mathematics
  • 3 Science• 3 Social Studies
  • .5 Health• 3 Electives
  • .5 Physical Education

In Addition To:

*Take 7 end-of course exams and earn accumulative passing score. OR

*Earn a “remediation free” score on ACT/SAT test.

*Earn an industry-recognized credential or state license in a vocation and achieve a score that demonstrates workforce readiness and employability.

Elementary:

  • Title I Reading
  • Reading Recovery       
  • Computers in each classroom
  • Gifted Program for grades 2-8
  • Vocal Music grades K-6
  • Instrumental Music grades 5-6
  • Art grades K-6
  • Skyway Program grades 4-6
  • Washington Field Trip grade 6
  • Character Counts Program
  • Achievement Assessment Intervention
  • Junior Achievement Program
  • Accelerated Reader
  • Progress Book
  • Breakfast Program

Junior High & High School:

  • College Credit Plus
  • Skyway Program
  • Beta Club
  • National Honor Society
  • Intervention Program
  • Accelerated Reader       
  • Instrumental Music-OMEA Competition
  • Vocal Music - OMEA Competition
  • Vocational Agriculture grades 9-12   
  • 45 Extracurricular & Athletic             
  • Programs available in grades 7-12
  • Character Counts Program
  • Progress Book
  • Character Counts -
  • Agents of Change
  • Breakfast Program
  • Credit Flex
  • Online Learning Options

Grading Scale

A92-100C73-76

A-90-91C-70-72         

B+87-89D+67-69

B83-86D63-66

B-80-82D-Below 60

C+77-79

ADMINISTRATION:

Junior High/High School Principal

Brad Mendenhall

Athletic Director/Dean of Students

Gregory Leeth

Marsh Principal

Robbie Breese

Program Service Director

Brenda Eickholt

Junior High/High School Guidance

Brenda Leeth

TREASURER: 

Troy R. Bowersock