Welcome to Lion Country
 
Welcome back, Lincoln Lions, to a new year!  Happy 2016!  Let's have a wonderful second semester! 
 
 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

Principal  

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Attendance Reminder:  

  • Morning supervision begins at 7:15am; there is no supervision before that time.

  • The first bell rings at 7:55am, students must be in their seat by 8:00am.  Students who arrive after 8:00am will be marked late and must come into the front office to get a pass.  

  • Students may be marked truant if tardy or absent for more than any 30-minute period during the school day without a valid excuse; this includes leaving early from school.

Dress Code

Hats, caps, or other head coverings may be worn only outdoors to protect against harmful exposure to the sun.  Dresses, skirts, and shorts must be at least mid-thigh length.  Clothes must be sufficient to conceal undergarments at all times.  All shoulder straps must be sufficient width to cover undergarments straps.


Sports equipment from home is not permitted on school grounds and must be kept home.

If you are interested in volunteering in the classroom or participating in any field trip be aware of a clearance that is required through MUSD in order for you to volunteer or chaperone.  Applications are available in the front office.

Treats cannot be delivered to classrooms until after 1:00pm. MUSD Wellness Policy encourages healthy treats and all treats must be store bought.  Outside deliveries like balloons or flowers are not given to students until the end of the day! 
 

Due to increased security measures and to ensure the safest campus environment possible:

●      Parents must give written notice to the principal and the teacher 24 hours before visiting a classroom. This does not include regularly scheduled parent volunteers who will continue to sign-in in the office and pick up a volunteer sticker.

●      Student drop off & pick up will be curb side only. This means that if a parent would like to go to a classroom to drop off or pick up a child they will need to come to the office for a visitor’s pass, otherwise no unauthorized adults will be permitted on campus.

●      The Bus Loading Zone is for buses only, no drop off or pick up permitted in the bus-loading zone.

●      All gates will be locked in the morning, except for the two front parking lot gates and the bus drop off gates, which will be locked 8:05am.  Kindergarten pick-up and dismissal will be at the front Kindergarten gate ONLY.

●      During after school office hours, parents must check in with the “After School” site coordinator to pick up their children.

●      All classroom doors shall remain locked during the regular school day.

●      The cafeteria opens at 7:15am. This is when we can provide adult supervision in the cafeteria ONLY. Please DO NOT drop your children off before this time!

 
 

Parents if you are interested in volunteering in the classroom or participating in any field trip be aware of a clearance that is required through Madera Unified School District in order for you to volunteer or chaperone.  The Volunteer Application Form is located in the front office and must be filled out weeks ahead of time before any volunteering will take place.  This form must be filled out every school year.

 
 

Treats cannot be delivered to classrooms until after 1:00pm. We encourage healthy treats and all treats must be store bought.  Outside deliveries like balloons or flowers are not given to students until the end of the day!

 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.
 
 
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. 
IN MEMORIAM
Daniel Bacuyani, 1943-2015
Lincoln Head Custodian 1994-2008 Daniel Bacuyani
 
 
 
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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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