Schoo Middle School, named after former Lincoln Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Philip H. Schoo, opened August, 2009. The grade 6-8 middle school is located in the Fallbrook neighborhood. We proudly serve 750 students who live in northwest Lincoln including those who participate in our English Language Learner program. Schoo Middle School and the Fallbrook Y share our beautiful building and collaborate in meeting the needs of our students, their families, and the community. Approximately 80 students participate in the after school program offered in our shared classrooms and gyms.

From our Principal…

Bill Schulenberg, Principal

Welcome to the Schoo Middle School website!  It is my privilege to serve the Schoo community as Principal and to work with a talented, caring staff who is committed to the academic achievement and personal development of our students.   Our school mission, Educate, Enrich, Serve and Support guides our staff in the pursuit of excellence every day!

At Schoo, our priority is student learning.  To ensure student success at school, our staff works together in collaborative teams to challenge students to reach or exceed all district learning goals. Honoring the diversity and unique strengths and talents of each student guides our planning for individual success.  Teachers and counselors know students well and work tirelessly to promote and provide a safe, orderly, and respectful environment that promotes high levels of student engagement and trust.

We encourage our students to be leaders and to become involved with music, intramural sports, clubs, and activities at school, as we know learning occurs in all of these settings.

We also believe that partnering with parents is essential; knowing that when school and parents work together student achievement increases.  We invite you to utilize this site to obtain information regarding school activities, and we welcome you to stay involved in your child’s school’s experiences throughout middle school.

We look forward to working with you throughout the course of the entire school year.

Sincerely,
Bill Schulenberg