Lincoln Preparatory School

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Constance Nelson


CONSTANCE NELSON

Office Manager


Constance serves as the Office Manager at Lincoln Preparatory School with over 13 years of experience in higher education. Mrs. Nelson opens the line of communication between administrative staff, faculty, students, and businesses to get projects done. With her expertise in both public and private sectors, she has experience in management consultation, team building, professional development, strategic implementation, and company collaboration. She loves science and majored in biology at Grambling State University, where she also earned her Bachelors of Science degree and Master of Arts in Criminal Justice. She is passionate about her position here at Lincoln Preparatory School and believes that successful students become successful adults.

When not at work, Mrs. Nelson is an avid in community service, church and helping youth in her community. She is married to Adrian Nelson, and to this union they have one daughter Adriana Nelson.

Jasmine Gray

JASMINE GRAY

Assistant Office Manager

ENROLLMENT SERVICES

Guidance Counselors

The guidance counselors at Lincoln Preparatory School abide by the professional school counseling ethics advocated by the American School Counselor Association. Our counselors plan, implement and monitor a counseling program based on specified goals and developmental student competencies.


Stephanie Franklin

STEPHANIE FRANKLIN

Guidance Counselor (9th - 12th Grades)


Stephanie is a native of Grambling, having graduated from Grambling High School in 1990 before obtaining her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Grambling State University in 1994 and 1995 respectively. Ms. Franklin has over 15 years of experience in the school system serving in positions such as Behavior Interventionist and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Ms. Franklin obtained her certification in Guidance Counseling in 2013.

Stephanie joined the Panther family in 2018.  

 

Guidance Counselor

LAKEIA WILLIAMS

Guidance Counselor (K - 8th Grades)


Dual Enrollment Services


Dual enrollment is the simultaneous enrollment of a student at both high school and college in which the student receives credit on both their high school and college transcripts for the same course. Currently LPS students are enrolled in dual enrollment courses at Grambling State University (GSU) and Southern University @ Shreveport (SUSLA). Many of our students in the dual enrollment program at SUSLA graduate high school with an associate degree; providing a huge jumpstart on their college education.



Francheska Jones

FRANCHESKA JONES

Dual Enrollment Coordinator/Instructor


Francheska is a native of Grambling, La. She completed her undergraduate/graduate degrees at Grambling State University.  

Ms. Jones is responsible for coordinating the various campus departments to guide, assist, monitor, and ensure seamless scheduling, enrollment, registration, and continuous support for dual-enrolled students in accordance with internal policies, and in compliance with governmental rules and regulations. The Dual Enrollment Coordinator works closely with the colleges/universities to provide a comprehensive program that affords high school students the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. The coordinator is responsible for assisting with the many aspects of the program: planning; coordinating the enrollment process; ensuring the academic integrity of the courses; overseeing end-of-semester completion activities; and continued promotion and awareness of the program to high school students, their parents, counselors, and teachers. Other responsibilities include the coordination of Dual Enrollment workshops; collection, processing, and verification of student applications; grade reporting; and advising dual-enrolled students. 

Some of her professional achievements include an M.A. in Liberal Arts, M.S. degrees in Public Health Administration and Sports Administration; K-12 Counseling certificate.

Ms. Jones is passionate about students successfully matriculating in collegiate courses, so they are college ready upon graduation from high school. She has over 25 years of working in higher education. 



Student Code of Conduct

To function properly, education must provide an equal learning opportunity for all students by recognizing, valuing, and addressing the individual needs of every student. In addition to the regular curriculum, principles and practices of good citizenship must be taught and modeled by the school staff. This includes an appreciation for the rights of others. However, no school or school system can discharge these responsibilities if it permits students to act in an objectionable manner or to disregard rules and regulations adopted for the benefit of all persons. The school has both the responsibility and authority to enforce the Student Code of Conduct, question students, counsel them, and assign discipline when deemed appropriate.


Fred Hearn 

FRED HEARN

Assistant Dean of Students/Truancy Officer

Annie Moss

ANNIE MOSS

Assistant Director

Enrollment Management & Administrative Services

Annie is a graduate of Grambling State University, where in 1984 she earned a BS degree in Computer Information Systems, and in 2005 the Master of Arts in Teaching the Social Sciences. She has over 30 years of experience in higher education, working in recruiting, admissions, financial aid, registrar services, housing, and international student affairs.

Her most recent position prior to joining the LPS staff was as interim Associate Vice President for Enrollment Services at Southwest Tennessee Community College. She has also served as the Director of Admissions & Recruitment at Grambling State University, Southern University @ Shreveport, and Southwest Tennessee Community College.

Annie worked as an educational consultant for Ellucian (formerly SunGard Higher Education), providing consulting, training and implementation services for colleges and universities. She currently does freelance Banner Student consulting and training.

She is the mother of two sons (Christopher Lamont Foster & Kellen Preveil Foster), five grandchildren (E'Marlyn, Armani, Christian, Chance, & Evan), and one great-grandson (Ace King McMurray). Annie reports that she is ecstatic to be home and to be part of the Lincoln Preparatory School family!

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