Principal: Jennifer Hladun
Mrs. Hladun joined the Zebra Family in January 2021. Prior to coming to Lincoln High School, she served the communities of Lincoln Crossing, Foskett Ranch and Twelve Bridges Middle Schools. She taught biological sciences in middle and high school settings and worked at the university level in student services. She earned her undergraduate degree in Economics from UNLV (Go Rebels!), and her teaching credential and Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from Brandman University. Prior to becoming a teacher, she worked in the private sector for Apple Computer and E*Trade Financial in hiring, training and intern development. Mrs. Hladun lives in the Roseville area with her husband and two sons - a senior and 6th grader. Mrs. Hladun is honored to serve the community of Lincoln High School and is passionate about building on our rich tradition of excellence in academics, arts, athletics and activities. She looks forward to furthering our mission and vision as a site by supporting students, faculty and staff as they pursue their dreams in and out of the classroom. It's a great day to be a Fighting Zebra!
Assistant Principal: Chris Bombard
Assigned Students: A-Gom
Assistant Principal: Vicky Eutsey
Assigned Students: Gon-Od
Assistant Principal: Stephanie Brown
Assigned Students: Og-Z
Ms. Brown joined the Zebra Family in the summer of 2016. Prior to coming to Lincoln High School, she spent twenty years as a teacher and administrator in the neighboring community of Roseville where she taught Social Science, English, and Avid. Ms. Brown earned her undergraduate degree from San Diego State University, her teaching credential from Sacramento State, and a Masters in Educational Leadership from Chapman University. Before pursuing a career in education, Ms. Brown worked with juvenile offenders in the probation field. Ms. Brown has one son who is entering his final year at Cal Poly Slo and a Golden Retriever who demands endless attention. She lives in Roseville where she enjoys spending time with her extended family and likes to travel when not working. She is proud to continue to be part of Western Placer and looks forward to supporting the students and staff of Lincoln High as they enter this exciting new era.