About Our School

Welcome to Lincoln Middle School!
Principal: Jennifer Daddio
Assistant Principal: Ann Arnold

School Hours:

 Lunch Times:

  • 6th grade - 10:41-11:11 (M,T,Th,F) or 10:33-11:03 (Wed. only)

  • 7th grade - 11:41-12:11 (M,T,Th,F) or 11:26-11:56 (Wed. only)

  • 8th grade - 12:40-1:10 (M,T,Th,F) or 12:19-12:49 (Wed. only)

Parents of our students and other members of our community are encouraged to contact us whenever you have questions or comments. Our staff and faculty are always no farther than a phone call away. 


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School Office: 505-892-1100, School Fax: (505) 892-9728

  • Lincoln Middle School is located at 2287 Lema Rd SE, Rio Rancho, New Mexico 87124. (click here for directions)

  • Our Office is open Monday through Friday from 7:40 am to 3:30 pm. Registration hours are 9am-11am daily by appointment.

Program of Studies:

School Profile

LMS Building

LMS School Motto: PRIDE
P
ersonal
Responsibility
In
Daily
Endeavors

Mascot: Leopard
School Colors: 
Black and Yellow
Grade Levels Served: 6-8
Founded: 1983 by Albuquerque Public Schools; major addition (gym) completed 2019

School Goals:
Student Excellence

Staff Profile:
Administration
:
Jennifer Daddio, Principal
Ann Arnold, Assistant Principal

Employees:
 92
Teachers: 58
Instructional Support Staff: 20
Non-Instructional Support Staff: 14

School Programs:
AVID, Photography Club, Chess Club, Drama/Opera Club, Honor Society, Kindness Club, Native American Program, Pokemon Club, Sign Language Club

Geographic Area Served: Cabezon, Western Hills, Gleneagles, Country Club Hills, Broadmoor, and portions of High Resort, Star Heights, and Unit 16

Student Profile:
Enrollment
: 889 (August 2020)
Percent Special Education: 15.5%
Percent English-Language Learners: 1.9%
Percent Free/Reduced Meals: 38.6%

Ethnicity/Race: The percentages for each category are rounded up or down to the nearest .1 which may cause the total to slightly exceed or be below 100%. In addition, families of mixed-race heritage may now also designate their child as being of more than one race. This may cause the percentages to add up to a number that is other than 100%.

African-American: 3.4%
American Indian: 4.3%
Asian: 2.7%
Caucasian (non-Hispanic): 32.7%
Hispanic: 56.4%
Pacific Islander: 0.3%
Unclassified/Unknown: 0.2%