Office of the Superintendent
A Message from the Superintendent
To parents, students, faculty and staff at Lincoln Public Schools: I am so proud to be part of an educational community that is committed to meeting the needs of all students. The Lincoln School District is second to none with a visionary leadership team, highly educated professional staff, dedicated support staff, talented students and a supportive community. All of these elements contribute to Lincoln’s success as a premiere school department. It is my top priority to bring Lincoln Public Schools to new heights in the Rhode Island educational community and eventually in the nation. We will implement exemplary programs and initiatives, which will result in increased student achievement and educational excellence. I look forward to putting our district’s mission into practice: “Lincoln Public Schools is committed to excellence. In partnership with all members of the Lincoln community, we inspire and empower each student to excel personally and intellectually, embrace social and individual responsibility, and lead with integrity.” Please do not hesitate to contact my office with any questions or concerns. Best Regards, Georgia Fortunato
About Superintendent Fortunato
Georgia Fortunato has been superintendent of the Lincoln Public Schools since 2007. The Rhode Island School Superintendent’s Association named her Superintendent of the Year in 2015. Fortunato joined Lincoln Public Schools in 1982 and has served the community as a teacher, the transition coordinator and the director of student services and personnel, and in 1995, she was honored as the Lincoln High School Special Educator of the Year. Fortunato is the chairwoman of the Northern Rhode Island Collaborative Board of Superintendents. She has has also served on numerous local and state committees, including Race to the Top State Convening Team, Town of Lincoln Capital Development Committee, and the Rhode Island College Alumni Board of Directors. She earned her Administration Certificate from Providence College in 2006 and her Master of Education from Rhode Island College in 1985. Fortunato earned her Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Rhode Island College in 1981. She is a graduate of Classical High School.