Information for Parents

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  • Remember to collect "Boxtops for Education" labels for school. These labels help classes earn money for classroom supplies. Be sure to put them in a baggie and put your child's teacher's name on them. Thanks for your help!
  • Lynn Elementary School will no longer make or change transportation arrangements for students over the telephone. All transportation arrangements should be made at home prior to your student arriving at school. Should a SERIOUS UNFORSEEN EMERGENCY, arise the parent must contact the principal for approval of a transportation change. No other school employee will be allowed to approve or make a transportation change. Parents, it is your responsibility to make sure your child has a written note from home if your child has a different transportation arrangement from what he or she normally does. This change is being made to ensure the safety of our children and this is our number one priority. Thank you for your understanding and support!
  • The Lynn Elementary School Continuous Improvement Plan (C.I.P.) is available for review in the Lynn Elementary principal's office, counselor's office, or library/media center. If you would like to make suggestions or recommendations to the C.I.P., please visit or contact the Lynn Elementary Office at 205-893-5702 or you may email the principal, Brian Heck directly at bheck@winstonk12.org
  • Remind your child to wash his or her hands frequently and avoid the spreading of germs. We appreciate our Lynn Elementary parents.



Contact Information

Mr. Brian Heck, Principal

531 E Main St. Lynn, AL 35575


Mr. Brian Heck, Principal 


Counselor's Corner - Mrs. Lenae Wilson



"A person's true character is revealed by what he does when no one is watching"



Lynn Elementary School Vision Statement:
Lynn Elementary School strives to instill the foundation of learning within our students. Through this process, teachers engage in professional development and collaborative meetings that equip them in providing specific and diverse instruction. National and state guidelines are the basis of our intervention and instruction. Scientifically research based practices and continual assessment guides our instruction and delineates student progress. Students are being led into the 21st century through innovative teaching, use of technology, and problem solving skills. Our goal is to produce a productive and well-rounded citizen.


Winston County Schools Purpose and Direction
The purpose of the Winston County Schools is to create excellence in providing youth with the encouragement, peer networks, and leadership skills necessary for them to make meaningful contributions to their communities and begin a life-long journey of leadership and service in the 21st century.