Abraham Lincoln School No. 22

Abraham Lincoln School No. 22

School Information

  • Abraham Lincoln School No. 22 is in the Northeast Zone.

What Every Family Should Know

  • At Abraham Lincoln School #22, we value our family relationships and work collaboratively to develop strong home-school connection to support a shared responsibility for the success of all of our students. Our school offers general education, special education and bilingual programs in PreK- 6th grade. We engage in restorative practices within our school community, supporting individuals as a whole.

    Our Special Education programming includes Consultant Teacher services, Resource Room and self-contained classrooms.

    We have an on-campus food pantry and clothing closet for emergency needs.  We welcome parent and community volunteers to support our students and enrich our school culture.

Program Features

  • Uniforms Required Yes
    Foreign Languages Spanish
    English Language Learners Yes
    Honors/Enrichment Classes Yes
    Early Literacy Program No
    Chorus Yes
    Band/Orchestra Yes
    Instrumental Music Lessons Yes
    Sports Yes
    Step Teams No
    Extended/Expanded Day Yes
    Saturday School No
    On-Site After-School Care No
    Summer Programs No
    Business/College/Faith Partnerships Baden Street Settlement, The Community Place of Rochester, Eastman Rochester New Horizons, First Unitarian Church of Rochester/UU22, Primetime585, Anthony Jordan Health Center, Food Link, the Scott Spino Foundation, Un-Common Health Foundation, First Genesis Baptist Church, Boy Scouts of America, SUNY Brockport and the UR Simon School of Business.

Unique Features

    • Bilingual Services: 
      • Support our native Spanish speakers through a One-Way Dual Language Enrichment Model in which students receive instruction in both English and Spanish, grades K-6. 
      • Offer a bilingual Pre-K program that follows the High Scope model. 
      • School-wide initiatives encourage all staff and students to utilize the “Language of the Day,” which alternates between Spanish and English.
      • Appreciation for bilingualism, Hispanic culture, and our Spanish-speaking families is evident within the building and through various activities and celebrations that take place throughout the school year.
    • Enrichment opportunities include Basketball, Math and Movement, Yoga, Science Matters, Lego, Cheerleading, Choir, Craft Club, Dance.