On November 10, 2016, seven members of Zoe Barnum High School's Interact Club traveled to Alice Birney Elementary School. The Interact Club read children's stories to classrooms. In honor of Native American Heritage Month, Zoe Barnum students read children's books from Pacific Northwest tribes. Thank you Interact Club members for your service to the community!
See Measure S dollars at work at the Lincoln Center where Zoe Barnum High School, Center for Independent Study, Home and Hospital and Therapeutic Learning Programs all reside. Additionally, the Marshall Family Resource Center will make its new home here at the Lincoln Center.
We have just completed the renovation of the entire school site, including the modernization of all classrooms, the remodeling of the cafeteria and the construction of a new, state-of-the-art culinary kitchen facility.
The Lincoln Center is an important part of the Eureka community and we look forward to providing excellent facilities and an alternative educational setting for many of our residents.