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    Dear Lincoln Families,

        Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year! This has been a very unusual start to a school year. I understand it has been difficult for many students, parents and teachers. I appreciate everyone’s patience and flexibility as we work together to get things sorted out and running smoothly.

        Having students learn from home has many challenges. Parents, I highly recommend you and your students create a routine just as you would if the student was coming to Lincoln daily. School begins at 8:00am  Students should be getting up, having breakfast, brushing their teeth, wearing school clothes attire and being prepared to log into their computers at 8:00am.

         We are here to support you with all of your needs. Please contact your teacher or school office for support.    

    Dr. Jeanine Wilson




    La Plaza

    La Plaza is here to support Lincoln families and students in many ways.


    Integrated Wellness Center Warmline: (707) 890-3827

    Integrated Wellness Center, through Santa Rosa City Schools,  staff is still providing emotional and mental health support for our students, staff and families through the Warmline voicemail. or Dial 2-1-1 or text your zip code to 898-211 for more help.

    211 connects families with a variety of resources in Sonoma County. These include resources for child/teen/family counseling, parenting support, financial & food resources, and more. 

    Sonoma County Mental Health Warmline: (707) 565-2652  

    Available 7 days per week 10am-7pm  to any County resident experiencing emotional distress during the COVID-19 pandemic. Local behavioral health professionals will answer calls seven days a week to talk with callers to provide support, guidance, education, and referrals.

    Sonoma County Access Line 24/7: 707-565-6900

    Sonoma County Access team determines the level of need for mental health services. They assess, connect residents to resources, provide information and referrals. Available for children, youth, and adults. Referrals are made to community providers or to Behavioral Health treatment teams.

    Suicide Prevention Hotline 24/7 1-800-273-8255 or text: 741741:

    This is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.  It provides free and confidential emotional support to people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.