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Join us in saying NO to Drugs!

Red Ribbon week is 10/21-10/25

Monday-WEAR RED "We're RED-y to make a difference"

Tuesday- COLLEGE/CAREER DAY "We are committed to a bright future"

Wednesday-PAJAMA DAY "I believe I can achieve my dreams!"

Thursday- JERSEY DAY "Team Up Against Drugs"

Friday-SPIRIT DAY (Wear Gold/Blue or Lincoln Shirts) "No one needs to walk alone!"

September is VCUSD's

Attendance Awareness

Month!

Be On Time Everyday! 

Every Minute Matters!

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Clothing Closet is now OPEN! We 

have coats, socks, gloves, pants, 

t-shirts and more! Please contact 

Ms. Banks to schedule time to

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Full Service Community School

 

The goal of the Vallejo Full Service Community Schools (FSCS) is to improve student academic achievement and well being through the offering of comprehensive high-quality services.  The following are the program's main objectives:

  • Improve student achievement (closing the achievement gap)

  • Improve student attendance

  • Reduce student referrals, suspensions, and expulsions

  • Increase student well-being in a range of health indices

  • Improve school campus safety

  • Increase parent involvement in their children's education

Lincoln Elementary’s 2019-2020 kindness ambassadors!

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Save the date! October 2nd is....

Students will receive incentives for walking or riding to school!!

September was Attendance Awareness month and we achieved our goal of increasing attendance up +1% to Last year! Way to go Leopards!

Social Emotional Learning is our focus! 

Kimochi social emotional learning

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Academic Support Provider

Lincoln Elementary Academic

Support Provider

Angel Banks

Contact Information:

Hours: M-F 8:00 - 4:00

Ph: 707-556-8540 X 54108

E-mail: abanks@vcusd.org

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Mental Health Support Provider

LaQueda Vaughn

Contact Information:

E-mail: lvaughn@vcusd.org

phone: 707-556-8540 EXT 54118

Restorative Justice

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"Restorative justice is a process to involve, to the extent possible, those who had a stake in a specific offense and to collectively identify and address harms, needs, and obligations,in order to heal and put things as right as possible"