Welcome to Lion Country
 Our goal at Lincoln is to foster the growth of the whole child. We aspire to build character as well as academics. We believe in working collaboratively with staff, students, families and the community to not only prepare our students for junior high and high school but also help them meet their goals to be productive citizens. We are excited to implement the Common Core State Standards for College and Career Readiness promoting creativity, communication, collaboration and critical thinking. We believe in an “open door” policy and are always available for your questions, comments & concerns.

Linda Monreal

Daniel Bacuyani, 1943-2015
Lincoln Head Custodian 1994-2008 Daniel Bacuyani
Lincoln Lion Tips 
AM Student Drop Off:  The cafeteria doors open at 7:15 am every school morning.  For the safety of your child, it is extremely important for students not to arrive until that time, as there is no supervision before 7:15 am. 
BE HERE!!  Regular attendance in school sets up a good pattern for success.  Schedule routine appointments for after school or over breaks.  REMEMBER the bell rings at 7:55 am and school begins at 8:00 am; be on time!!
Let's work together to keep our students safe!! Confusion and accidents are created when students cross in unauthorized areas or rush out to double-parked vehicles.
Lost and Found:  November 16th-20th, we will be placing all lost & found items on tables outside of the cafeteria during this week.  Any items left will be donated.
Late Lunches:  All late lunches will be directed to the cafeteria.  The office does not call into classrooms to notify students of lunches.  Please make every effort to send lunches with your child before school begins. 

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  • Thanks to the efforts of Zahid Bahatti and Madera Mobil at 1030 N. Gateway Drive, Lincoln Elementary School has been awarded a $500 ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Grant to support our school's math/science programs.  Madera Mobil is proud to participate in the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance program that invests in the future of communities through educational grants to neighborhood schools.
     The ExxonMobil Corporation is also proud to support education through Upromise, which helps ExxonMobil customers earn college funds.  To learn more about the Upromise program, please visit the www.exxonmobil.com/upromise website.
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