402 Harrison Street La Porte, IN 46350
Phone: (219) 362-3755
Fax: (219) 324-6297

Principal: Mrs. Tearsa Schable
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Print this articleAnnual Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment and Inter-District Requests are closed. Late requests are accepted from June 1, 2021 to July 31, 2021. All late requests will be added to a waiting list.

Please complete the application here:  http://www.lpcsc.k12.in.us/parents/open-enrollment/


Print this article2021 - 2022 School Supply List

Here's the link to the supply list for the 2021 - 2022 school year. 

Attached documentSupply List 2021 - 2022

Print this articleLast Day of School

June 7, 2021 is the last day of school for the year. We appreciate everyone being flexible throughout this difficult year. We'll see you on August 11, 2021.

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Print this articleLaPorte Library Summer Reading Program

Get ready to explore Tails and Tales at the La Porte County Public Library this summer! You’ll record reading days and join in on summer adventures with stories, animal friends, Pack-A-Sacks, STEAM Camps, and more! Sign up at laportelibrary.org beginning May 3. 
After sign up, you will receive weekly emails letting you know the details of the Summer Reading Program. The Summer Reading Program officially begins on June 7th. You will be able to start recording your reading days at that time. For every four reading days recorded, children (ages 0-11) earn a prize and teens (ages 12-18) are entered into a weekly drawing. Adults are encouraged to sign up and submit reading days as role models for younger members of the community! Each week, we will spotlight an adult reader in the summer reading newsletter. Register each person in your household and enjoy a summer of reading and adventure! 



Print this articleSkyward Parent Access Instructions

If you need help setting up a new account or getting into your Skyward parent access account, please take a look at the attached video clip. 

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Print this articleViewing Report Cards

If you need assistance viewing your student's report card in Skyward Parent Access, please take a look at the short video. It will guilde you through this easy process. 

More informationViewing Report Cards

Print this articleAnti-Harassment Statement

Registration forms for new students are available on the La Porte Community School website, www.lpcsc.k12.in.us. Look on the left side of the home page for the parent portal, then student enrollment forms. You may fill these forms out ahead of time and then bring them to Lincoln. Copies of the student's birth certificate, immunization records, and proof of address are also required to register. IF YOU CHOOSE TO COME TO THE BUILDING, MASKS WILL BE REQUIRED TO ENTER.

The documents can also be completed and sent via email to krice@lpcsc.k12.in.us or by fax to (219) 324-6297.

We look forward to registering your student.

Print this articleKroger Community Awards Program

Please consider linking your Kroger Shopper's Card to Lincoln School. There's no cost to you but through the generosity of Kroger, Lincoln earns money every time you swipe your Kroger card when shopping.

Information on how to sign up is in the school office. 

Print this articleSign Up For Weather Alerts

Families can receive closing and delay information by signing up on the La Porte Community School Corporation webpage. Follow the link to sign up!

More informationClosings and Delays

Print this articleSchool Day Hours


8:35 a.m. Students having breakfast should arrive. For social distancing purposes, please do not drop students off earlier than 8:35. There will be no congregating outside the building.

8:45 a.m. First bell rings

8:50 a.m. Second bell rings

Students arriving after 8:50 are considered tardy and must be brought to the office by a parent.


No breakfast is served

10:45  1st bell rings

10:55  2nd bell rings


All dismissal changes must be called in by 2:30 p.m. 

Dismissal will begin at 3:10 to alleviate crowds outside of the school. 

Students who are not picked up in a timely fashion will be sent to Child Care.  Fees will apply.


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8:45 am - 3:20 pm

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