Planning Services
Future of Lincoln Heights Elementary School

Future of Lincoln Heights ES 

The Office of Student Assignment and School Choice invites you to help determine the future of Lincoln Heights ES. The school, located in central Mecklenburg County, is most likely to be a magnet school serving the violet transportation zone. Please join us as we engage the community to inform programmatic priorities. 


March 31 Community Engagement Session:

Thank you for your participation in the March 31 community engagement session. If you were unable to attend or would like to review the presentation again, please click here to access the presentation slides and a map of 2020-21 School Choice Locations. Also available is the webinar recording and access to the survey monkey


May Community Engagement Sessions:

Two community sessions were held in May regarding the future of Lincoln Heights.  If you were unable to attend or would like to review the presentation again, please click here to access the presentation slides.  You may also access the webinar recording here.  Finally, a survey regarding Lincoln Heights scenarios may be found here.




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Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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