About Lincoln School
Lincoln School serves students with special needs from Kindergarten through age 26. Students have moderate to severe cognitive impairments, are severely multiply impaired, or have autism. The Lincoln Campus continuum is staffed with caring and dedicated professionals who feel privileged to support learning for all students.
Programming includes speech, physical and occupational therapy as well as art and music therapy. Students also experience sensory room opportunities, adapted physical education and aquatics in a therapeutic pool. The MOVE (Mobility, Opportunity Via Education) philosophy and Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS) are woven into instruction.
Lincoln School provides programs and services on behalf of the member districts in Kent County. Enrollment is determined through the Individual Education Program (IEP) team process.
Here is a link to view our Special Education Directory of service providers in Kent County area schools.