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1:1 Technology Overview

Lincoln Charter School is dedicated to ensuring that every teacher, staff member, and student will have equitable access to personal teaching and learning devices. Every teacher and staff member has the appropriate device to successfully utilize the necessary technology to complete their job responsibilities. All classrooms are upfitted with the most appropriate technological media to best deliver the instructional curriculum for that grade level and subject area. The infrastructure at the school has consistently been upgraded to allow for the expansion of a 1:1 computing initiative in the high school, middle school, and access to 1:1 in all elementary grades. This technology access allows teachers to incorporate 21st-century learning standards into their daily instructional presentation.

Lincoln Charter currently offers a 1:1 computing program for our middle and high school students – meaning that all middle and high school students use a school-owned device (laptop) throughout the school year. These devices afford Lincoln Charter students and staff 24-hour, seven day a week, including weekends, holidays and summer access to online instructional material and platforms.

Students in grades three through 12 are also issued a Lincoln Charter School Google Apps for Education account. This account allows for e-mail, word processing and other capabilities connected to their school controlled account.



If you are experiencing difficulty with your school-issued device, please complete an IT Support Request form from your school issued account. 


Parent Training Videos
Logging in to NCEdCloud (Student access to Canvas and PowerSchool)

Creating a Parent Canvas Account  Adding Additional Students  to Canvas Video


LCS PowerSchool App


Student Resources

LCS Tech Troubleshooting Guide for Students