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Early Out: Occurs every Wednesday throughout the school year unless it is minimum day. Early out pick-up is at 2:27p.m (grades 1-5 only). Minimum day pick-up is 2:12p.m.

Friday Flag Assembly: Occurs every Friday throughout the school year. 9a.m. at blacktop area outside the cafeteria. Visitiors, please sign-in at the front office. 

OCT 16

Early Out is each Wednesday throughout the school year. Early dismissal time is 2:27 p.m.

OCT 18

DELMAC Meeting: 9:30am

All Day Event

DELMAC Visit the DELMAC website The District English Learner Multicultural Advisory Committee (DELMAC) is intended to provide a forum for sharing information...

OCT 18

Come join Lincoln Lions every Friday at 9 a.m. for Friday Flag Day.  Friday Flag Day will be canceled on rainy days. All visitors must sign-in at the front office.


online volunteer registration form


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If you would like to volunteer to help with Lincoln's PTA  school events, please complete this online form. Please note that to complete your volunteer registration you will need to submit a copy of your TB (tuberculosis) certificate to the office. 

If you have any questions, please contact: If you are experiencing technical difficulties, please contact Claire Taniguchi  at

Thank you for volunteering!

Click here to view and complete the ONLINE PTA VOLUNTEER FORM.

If you prefer to print your forms, please click here. Printed forms must be returned to the office.

online volunteer registration form

Reflections Program.
Last day to submit entries: 10/14/19

What you need to know:

  • Reflections is a nationwide, PTA-sponsored, optional program intended to inspire creativity in kids. Its purpose is to encourage children to express themselves, to reflect on this year’s theme, LOOK WITHIN, through art. REFLECTIONS  is not a contest for raising talent but rather an opportunity for revealing the individual creativity of each participant.

  • The deadline has been extended and all entries are now due on Monday, October 14, at the office. Each entry must be signed by you.

  • Each entry must be a new and original piece of artwork inspired by LOOK WITHIN and created solely by your child. (Yes, that means absolutely no help from others, including YOU. This is a chance for your child to express himself or herself!)


  • There are 6 CATAGORIES: dance, choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography, and visual arts. Your child can submit one  (and only one) entry per category and each entry must have its own entry form - 1 entry, 1 form; 2 entries, 2 forms; etc.


  • For Dance Choreography, your child must choreograph a filmed solo or ensemble dance no longer than 5 minutes and no larger than 1GB. She/he may also perform, either solo or with others. Cite music used on the entry form. Hand in an AVI, FLV, WMV, MOV, or MP4 file on a USB memory stick. Please label your memory stick. The memory stick will be returned to you after all judging has been completed.


  • For Film Production, your child must be the screenwriter, cinematographer, editor, and producer of a short film no longer than 5 minutes and no larger than 1GB. Animation, narrative, documentary, experimental, or media presentation is ok. Powerpoint is not. All music used must be cited on the entry form. Hand in as AVI, FLV, WMV, MOV, or MP4 file on a USB memory stick. Please label your memory stick. The memory sctick will be returned to you after all judging has been completed.


  • For Literature, your child must handwrite or type in 2,000 words or less, a fictional or nonfictional poem, essay, reflection, screenplay, play script, narrative, short story, etc. No copyrighted material allowed. If writing in another language, attach an English translation. Pages must be single-sided.


  • For Music Composition, your child must compose a recorded musical piece no longer than 5 minutes and no larger than 1GB. All music styles and intrumentation combos okay. Your child can be a solo performer or part of an ensemble. No copyrighted material allowed. Hand in as an MP3, WMA, WAV, ACC, or FLAC file on a USB memory stick.


  • For Photography, your child must take a picture and hand in a single print of it, no smaller than 3 x 5 inches and no larger than 8 x 10 inches, mounted on mat or poster board no larger than 11 x 14 inches. Just. The. Picture. NO FRAMES,  copyrighted material, collages, captions, writing, or any other additions.


  • For Visual Arts, your child can do a 2D (drawing, computer-generated images, etc.) or 3D (models, ceramics, collage, crafts, clothing, jewelry, mixed media, painting, sculpture, etc.) Mount 2D on sturdy material no larger 24 x 30 inches. For 3D include 3 digital images of artwork with submission.


  • For Special Artist, students with disabilities may enter through this category or their grade division. 


  • Come see all entries! Entries will be on display in Room 1 on Thursday, October 31st, and Friday, November 1st.

  • Since Reflections is not to be regarded as a contest, this year we have decided not to have our judges designate 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place like before; instead, one entry within each division for each category will be chosen to advance and represent Lincoln Elementary at district level (and possibly beyond). This year each child that participates will receive a prize.


  • Each year we select a panel of judges to score each artistic category.  All artists are given an entry number. Artist names do not appear on their artwork when their piece is judged.  The same rules apply at the district level.


  • Entry packets are in the office and should have all the information you need to know to enter. However, if you have a question and you're absolutely, positively sure that the answer is not anywhere in the packet, leave us a message in the office - leave your name and the best way to contact you or else you most likely will not hear back from us!


Sandra Low & Claire Taniguchi,  2019 - 2020 REFLECTIONS co-chairs

Printable & PDF accessible version here

Printable & PDF accessible version here


Academic Chess at Lincoln Elementary

Please check Peachjar for full details. 

SESSION DATES: Wednesday  09/25/19 - 11/06/19

Scheduling and information:

Day: Wednesday   



1:55p.m. to 2:55p.m.

K (Kinder Area)

2:35p.m. to 3:35p.m.

1st -2nd

2:35p.m. to 4:00p.m. 3rd - 5th

(1st -2nd graders with older siblings in the class can stay until 4:00p.m).

Dates: 9/25, 10/2, 10/16, 10/23, 10/30, 11/16

Location: Outside cafeteria - lunch tables.

For more information, cost of classes or scholarship information contact: 310-371-8577 or email:

Please check your child's folder for the flyer and permission slip. Full flyer can be found on Peachjar.

2019 -2020 Lincoln Chorus

Open to all 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders
Sign up today! Join us for song, music and fun!

When:  Every Tuesday and Thursday morning beginning 10/01/19
Where:  Cafeteria
Time:  8:00 am - 8:45 am
Music Teachers:  Mr. & Mrs. Galsband (Our wonderful parent volunteers!)

If you would like to join, please turn in your completed forms to your teachers. Please bring signed pledge forms on the first day of practice.

If you have any questions, please contact Alan Glasband at


Students who are interested in learning how to play an orchestral instrument can sign up!
(No prior musical knowledge required to participate).

Orchestral instruments include: 
Strings: Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass
Woodwinds: Flute, Clarinet, Alto Saxaphone, Obie, Bassoon.
Brass: Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Baritone, French Horn, Electric Bass, Percussion (Snare and Bells)

Please see the sign up packet that was given to your child during the first week of school. Class instruction is already in session. Your child may still participate even if the form is turned in late and an instrument is not yet purchased/rented.


There is no charge for participating in the Torrance Unified School District Instrumental Music Program; however, instruments, music and music accessories are not provided and will be needed. Instrumental music instruction is during school or before and after school, depending on location. 

If you need to rent an instrument, please contact Mr. Kamida.

For information on how to sign up, please inquire with the school office or email Mr. Kamida at

English Learner Multicultural Advisory Committee 

Click here to visit the DELMAC website

The District English Learner Multicultural Advisory Committee (DELMAC) is intended to provide a forum for sharing information with parents, as well as to allow regular meetings for parents to communicate their needs, concerns, and suggestions at the District level. DELMAC activities are designed to engage families in the processes associated with the education of students who are identified as English language learners.


El Comité Asesor Multicultural del Estudiante del Inglés del Distrito (DELMAC, por sus siglas en inglés) está destinado a proporcionar un foro para compartir información con los padres, así como permitir reuniones regulares para que los padres comuniquen sus necesidades, inquietudes y sugerencias a nivel del Distrito. Las actividades del DELMAC están diseñadas para involucrar a las familias en los procesos asociados con la educación de los alumnos identificados como estudiantes del idioma inglés.

교육구 영어 학습자 다문화 자문위원회 (DELMAC)는 교육구 차원에서 그들의 필요 사항, 우려 사항, 그리고 제안들을 소통하기 위해 학부모를 위한 정규 회의를 진행할 뿐만 아니라, 학부모와 정보를 나누기 위한 포럼을 제공하기 위한 것입니다. DELMAC 활동은 영어 학습자로 확인된 학생들의 교육과 관련된 과정에 가족들이 참여하도록 고안되었습니다.

DELMAC meetings are held four times a year.
Translators are available at all meetings.


Levy Adult Education Center
3420 W. 229th Place, Room 20
Torrance, CA 90505

Click here  for map
(South bound on Hawthorne Blvd, turn LEFT on W. 230th St, parking lot is at the end of this road. Look for small outdoor building with ramp next to the parking lot).
(Refreshments provided)

2019 -2020 Meeting Dates. 
Meeting #1: 10/18/19 notes and agenda TBD
Meeting #2: 12/06/19
Meeting #3: 03/06/20
Meeting #4: 05/22/20 


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RED RIBBON WEEK: 10/21/19 -10/25/19


MONDAY: We know how to fly and keep our paws off drugs! 
Wear your favourite superhero outfit.

TUESDAY: We put drugs to sleep
Wear your pajamas.

WEDNESDAY: Drugs arent' for me, I'm already "PAW" fect!
Wear your favorite outfit.

THURSDAY: I  am a winner because I "PAWS" sitively don't do drugs!
Wear your favorite team jersey.

FRIDAY: Is it still "PAW" sible to wear all read?
Wear red from head to toe

Friday Assembly:   TPD will be on campus with some special visitors! Come join us!

$1 Purchase a Boo Gram for your Lincoln Lion Friends! $1

Boo Grams are $1 and can be purchased:
1/  After school between October 24th - 29th.
2/ Look for the Boo Gram form in your child's folder. Complete the form and return  it with your money in an envelope to your teacher.

Each Boo Gram will have a personalized note and toy attached.
Boo Grams will be delivered to the students class October 31st. 
All proceeds benefit the 5th Grade Class of 2020!

Any questions regarding Boo Grams, please contact Jamie Morita at

The Halloween Parade begins at 9:00 a.m. on the blacktop.

Please allow all classes and staff to join the blacktop before creating a circle around the area.

Here are a few tips to make this a safe and special day for children:

  • Please have your children wear their costume to school over school clothes.
  • Send a shopping bag so that costumes can be brought home later that day.
  • Masks are dangerous and we don't encourage their use.


Don't forget your camera!

For class parties, please check with your room parent or teacher.

Come view all our Reflections astist submissions! 


When: 10/31/19 to 11/1/19
Where: Room 1
Time: After  Lincoln's Halloween Parade  or after Friday assembly at 9:30 am 

Multicultural Literacy Night
Thursday, November 14th
6:00-7:30 pm

Come get your passport & spend a wonderful evening of literacy with us! Families will be mesmerized by dances and exhibitions while selecting tasty treats from numerous cultures and collecting  comprehension  strategies. Then you can settle in and listen to fascinating tales told by our own Lincoln families & students! Hope to see you there!

If you signed up to participate, share your culture and cuisine, and/or read a story, Heather Whitten will contact you. If you have not received an email or have questions, please contact Mrs. Whitten by email 


Let's Walk for Education!

100% of your registration fee will go back to Lincoln Elementary.

Register to walk with TEAM: Lincoln Elementary, Torrance. Registration is $30.

Click here for 2019 Skechers Pier to Pier website

At the Walk

Sunday, October 27
Location: Manhattan Beach Pier
Check-in and Registration
Exhibitions and Fun Zone

Opening Ceremony and Pier to Pier Walk

Click here for other ongoing fundraisers!


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All enrollment will take place at the TUSD - Family Welcome Enrollment Center
2336 Plaza del Amo, Torrance, CA 90501.
Tel: (310) 972 -6280

If you have questions, please contact the TUSD - Family Welcome Enrollment Center.

Please click here for Enrollment Hours and Kindergarten Presentation.

Click here for Immunization Information

TK Kinder Enrollment.

TAS Serving the Community

  • Free classes for English as a second language
  • Academic Counseling and Planning
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Student Support Services Team
  • Help with preparing for and getting a job
  • Free career courses with language support
  • Credit recovery for high school students including online classes
  • Free babysitting

TAS also assists adults looking to update their skills or train for a new profession. Please visit the TAS website below for more information.

Click here for TAS website
Click here for TAS Facebook page

The 2018-2019 Winter session enrollment begins in November. Please contact TAS for more information.


Our three Torrance Adult School campuses are located in Torrance, CA:

Griffith Adult Center
2291 Washington Avenue Torrance, CA 90501
Phone:(310) 533-4689 ext.8300
Fax: (310) 972-6394

Hamilton Adult Center (Closest location to Lincoln Elementary)
2606 West 182nd Street Torrance, CA 90504
Phone:(310) 533-4689 ext.8400
Fax: (310) 972-6395

Levy Adult Center
420 West 229th Place Torrance, CA 90505
Phone:(310) 533-4689 ext.8200
Fax: (310) 972-6399



  • Normal hours: Monday-Thursday 8:00am-9:00pm and Friday 8:00am-4:30pm.
  • Summer hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm

Need to study English on your own? Now you can with these FREE websites: 
Click on the picture to read and build life skills.
You will need to create an account before viewing the free resources available.

For Citizenship:

For Math:
EdReady lets you assess your readiness for college math and English.

The above list was provide by Torrance Adult Education.

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