Ways to Volunteer
Here are just a few ways you can volunteer:
Lincoln Concession Stand:
Are you interested in a way to interact with students, faculty and parents? If so the LHS concession stand is a great way to volunteer and best of all NO experience is required. All proceeds go to fund the programs supported by Friends of Lincoln!
Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
- Click this link to go to our invitation page on VolunteerSpot: http:jros//vols.pt/4DmNgF
- Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account)
- Sign up! Choose your spots - VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!
Campus Keepers Program:
In order to keep our campus neat, clean and safe, the Campus Keepers organize painting parties and host campus clean up days! There are many ways you can help:
- Participate in campus clean up events: power washing the stairs and walkways, or keeping the grounds clean and maintained are just a few examples
- Join painting parties: there are many painting needs inside and out!
LHS Long Term Development Committee:
The Long Term Development Committee is charged with finding a long-term solution to the facilities issue at Lincoln. The Portland Public School District authorized the formation of the Lincoln High School Long Term Development Committee (LTDC) in November 2006. The committee has consisted of experts from the Lincoln community in such fields as architecture, construction, education, law, project management, public transportation, urban planning, public relations, non-profit work and educational facilities management.
RECRUITING NEW BOARD MEMBERS
For two years, the Lincoln Long-Term Development Committee (LTDC) has been working hard to represent the community in all of PPS’ discussions about the future of the high school system. With the number of decisions being made in the year ahead, we need your help! The LTDC is looking for 3-4 new board members. Below are the qualifications we’re looking for in prospective new members:
Demonstrated expertise in strategic planning, urban planning, government relations, finance, public/private partnerships, or collaborative civic engagement
Ability and willingness to attend monthly LTDC meetings, prepare documentation as may be required, and liaise with city, PPS, community, or other public/private partners
Ability and willingness to liaise with LHS community, including with current parents, student, alums, and prospective parents
Ability to spot issues and opportunities, research, and collaborate with LTDC members on position papers, communications, and media issues, etc.
Ability and willingness to network and collaboratively influence adoption of LHS vision in context of PPS, City, and other concurrent events or interests
Ability and willingness to be on-boarded to LTDC, including reviewing a wide range of information related to the LTDC mission, work product, and engagement model
Current or prospective connection with Lincoln High School, the LHS/Goose Hollow community, or a clear interest and demonstrated in the stated LTDC mission and LHS vision
Cardinal Families Health Action Network:
Mission: to support LHS families by bringing pertinent information to parents about relevant teens issues. To provide parents with the necessary tools to raise health aware and well balanced teens. To encourage a support system for families via the PTSO Student Directory increasing awareness and community. To financially aide on campus needs within the scope of our mission.
The committe is made up of parents, community members, teachers, administrators and counselors dedicated to bringing health awareness, tools & strategies to students and families.
Take the Pledge to support teens in making healthy and safe choices! Visit their website: cfhan.org
Monthly Meetings: 3rd Thursday of each month at 3:30 p.m. in Counseling Center.