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More details will be provided by your teacher.


More details will be provided by your teacher.

QUICK LINKS (Resources During School Closure)

eTUSD  Emails/Login

Online Resources
Clever Login    (YouTube Video: Clever at Home)
                                Clever Extension for Chrome

Flash Download  (This is needed for some applications in Clever)
Flash Download for Chrome   
                                       Uncheck  Optional  Offers if not needed then click DOWNLOAD  FLASH PLAYER . 
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                                       1.  To proceed, open your download folder and locate the Adobe Flash Player installer file.
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Flash Download for Mac 
                                      1. use the drop down menu to select: Mac
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                                      Select DOWNLOAD NOW  and fllow the instructions.
Achieve 3000
Raz Kidz 

Lincoln Flyers
TUSD Flyers
How-to Peachjar

Click here for Virtual Learning Plans from the District (Posted: 03/27/20)

Lincoln Elementary: Distance Learning Plans (Posted 03/16/20)

During Lincoln’s school closure, our classroom teachers have designed a variety of lesson plans for students to participate in. 
Please click on the link to access your child’s lessons.   If you have questions or need additional help, please contact your teachers. Thank you.

Grade Student Lessons
Kinder Kindergarten Plan
1st 1st Grade Plan
2nd 2nd Grade Plan
3rd 3rd Grade Plan
4th 4th Grade Plan
5th  5th Grade Plan

Click here for Community Resources for Families

Click here for Whole School Social Emotional Resources 

Click here for Things Lincoln Lions can do for Emotional Health 

Click here for instructions on using Zoom as an attendee or student:

Once on the page, select the ZOOM tab

What is CAASPP? Click here to read about CAASPP

1. Log into  Click here to go directly to  site

2. You will see a Welcome to the CAASPP Portal screen

3. Click on Practice and Training Tests (lime green color)


4. Select the green box titles Student Interface Practice and Training Tests.


5. On this screen you will see a Sign In page. GUEST will be pre-populated in the form. Do NOT change the settings. Click Sign In.



6. Next, select the grade of your child from the drop down menu.


7. The next screen is called Your Tests. We will only be using the Smarter Balance Practice Tests, which are the top 4 pink tests. They will be assigned weekly for homework. You can choose any test for the first sign in tryout.


8. The next screen is Choose Settings. (Do NOT change!) Scroll down and click Select.


9. The next screen is Audio/Video checks. (3 steps here). Press the play button and listen for the sound check. If you can hear, press "I could play the video and sound." Press Continue. If you cannot hear, check your device and make sure your speakers are turned on. 


10. The next screen says Test Instructions and Help. Read this with your child the very first time you log in. You do not need to reread this each time you take a practice test. Scroll down and select Begin Test Now


11. Students will need scratch paper. The practice tests do not always require students to show their work or explain their thinking. They will required to type answers and explain/justify answers on the real test. Please sit with your child and review question types and responses.

If you have any questions, please contact your teacher.
You can find your teacher's email on Lincoln's website, go to the main menu and click Our School and select Staff Directory. 


Click here for the yearbook order form.

05/28/20 update:
Yearbooks can now be purchased for $25  in cash via drive-thru. The date will be announced soon.

ORDER DEADLINE: May 1, 2020. 
NOTE: Orders will not be accepted after this date. 

How do I submit my form and payment?
Click here for the yearbook order form.
1/ Print the form and detach the bottom portion.
2/ Complete the form (MUST include student name and contact information).
3/ Mail the completed form and CASH only to the address below: 
Lincoln Elementary School/ Yearbooks
2418 W.166th St., Torrance, CA 90504

Yearbooks are for purchase until May 1, 2020. All 5th graders will receive a book, thanks to the 5th grade parent committee!

A limited number will be sold at the end of the school year. 

Any questions or if you would like to submit your own photos for the yearbook,  please contact


Reflections Program 2019 -2020
Honorable Mention at District Level
Cameron Aoki - Intermediate/Film Production
Layla Fernando - Intermediate/ Photography
Lia Osawa - Primary/Visual Arts
Video Link  (Students and their work recognized at district level).
Video Link  (all participants)

Yearbook Cover Contest 2019 -2020
Front Cover Winner: Hanaka Kunisaki
Back Cover Winners:  Kaitlyn Huynh, Amelia Pelsor, Emma Santellanes, and William Wamsley
Video Link

Honorary Service Award  Recipients (HSA) 2019 -2020
Niha Douglass
Ashley Kowach
Nichol Pieters
Susan Wiener
Video Link

English Learner Multicultural Advisory Committee 


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 a regular means 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. Each California public school district, grades kindergarten through 12, with 51 or more English learners must form a committee to advise the district's local governing board on programs and services for English learners1

All families are welcome to attend and participate in all DELMAC Activities. District sponsored translators for Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese), Urdu, Arabic, and French will be in attendance at all DELMAC Activities to support participation. More information about the requirements and responsibilities of this committee.

El Comité Asesor Multicultural del Aprendiz de Inglés del Distrito (DELMAC) tiene como objetivo proporcionar un foro para compartir información con los padres, y también permitir un medio regular para los padres de familia para comunicar sus necesidades, preocupaciones y sugerencias a nivel del Distrito. Las Actividades DELMAC están diseñadas para involucrar a las familias en los procesos relacionados con la educación de los estudiantes que han sido identificados como estudiantes de inglés como segundo idioma. Cada distrito escolar público de California, desde kindergarten al 12º grado, con 51 o más estudiantes de inglés como segundo idioma debe formar un comité para asesorar la junta directiva local del distrito sobre los programas y servicios para los estudiantes de inglés como segundo idioma.

Todas las familias están invitadas a asistir y participar en todas las Actividades DELMAC. Traductores proporcionados por el Distrito de japonés, coreano, español, chino (mandarín y cantonés), urdu, árabe y francés estarán presentes en todas las Actividades DELMAC para apoyar la participación. Para obtener más información acerca de los requisitos y las responsabilidades de este comité, haga clic aquí.


교육구 영어 학습자 다문화 자문 위원회 (DELMAC) 는 교육구 차원에서 학부모들이 그들의 필요, 관심사, 그리고 제안사항을 말할 수 있는 정기적인 통로가 되며 동시에 학부모들과 정보를공유하기 위한 토론의 장을 제공하기 위해 만들어졌습니다. DELMAC 활동은 영어 학습자로 구별된 학생들의 교육과 관련된 과정들에 각 가정이 참여할 수 있도록 만들어졌습니다. 유치원부터 12학년 중 51명 이상의 영어학습자가 있는 캘리포니아 공립학교 교육구는, 영어 학습자들을 위한 교육구의 지역 프로그램과 서비스에 대해  자문을 줄 수 있는 위원회를 만들어야만 합니다1.

모든 가족이 모든 DELMAC 활동에 참석하고 참여할 수 있습니다. 교육구는 참여를 지원하기 위해 모든 DELMAC 활동에 일본어, 한국어, 스페인어, 중국어(북경어와 광둥어), 우르두어, 아랍어, 그리고 불어 통역관을 참석하게 합니다. 이 위원회의 요구조건과 책임에 관한 더 자세한 정보는 여기를 클릭하시기 바랍니다.




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 and childcare provided).

Click here for meeting notes

2019-20 DELMAC Meetings  

DELMAC Meetings





October 18, 2019


Levy @ Rm. 20


December 6, 2019


Levy @ Rm. 20


March 6, 2020


Levy @ Rm. 20


May 22, 2020


Levy @ Rm. 20


Bit and Bricks Lego:  Click here
BeBods Make a Character:
Home Court Practice Basketball at home
Gifted & Talented Kids Apps:


Torrance Tykes State Preschool is accepting applications for the 2020 -2021 school year.
Please see flyer below or visit for more details.
For ADA purposes, please click here for flyer details.

ENROLLING NOW! Are you a new student enrolling at Lincoln Elementary? Please read the information from TUSD and complete the online application form.

TUSD website:

Updated and current information can be found at the official TUSD Family Welcome Enrollment Center website:

Online application form:
For online form click here.

View Flyer in:
For ADA purposes, information on the flyer is provided below.

Now enrolling students! Torrance Unified School District
Enrolling new students for the 2020 -2021 School Year via Online Application form.

Family Enrollment Center:
Email: Telephone: 310 - 972 - 6280

During COVID-19: For information on enrollment, permits, and  other services , please visit TUSD online at:

Please Note: Our offices remain closed to the public., but we are processing all requests via electronic communication.

In response to COVID-19, some internet providers are offering free services to low-income families and households with students. 

Free Comcast Xfinity internet
Comcast Xfinity is currently offering its Internet Essentials program free for two months to new customers. The internet provider is also automatically increasing speeds for all Internet Essentials customers.
Comcast Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots are also open and free to use by anyone.

Free internet for students from Charter Spectrum 
Households with students K–12 or university students can sign up for a new Charter Spectrum internet account to get the first two months of internet with speeds up to 100 Mbps for free. Installation fees will be waived for those who qualify for the offer. Call 1-844-488-8395 to enroll. 

Spectrum Wi-Fi hotspots are also currently open and free to use.

Free internet for students from Altice 
Altice internet providers Suddenlink and Optimum are offering 60 days of free internet service for households with K–12 or college students. Internet speeds are up to 30 Mbps if you do not already have access to a home internet plan. To sign up, call 1-866-200-9522 if you live in an area with Optimum internet service, or call 1-888-633-0030 if you live in an area with Suddenlink internet service.

Free low-income internet from Cox 
Until May 12, 2020, Cox is offering the first month of it’s low-income internet program, Connect2Compete, for free. The internet service is also providing free phone and remote desktop support for technical support during that time.

From Cox: 
Effective Monday, March 16, we are providing:
Limited-time, first month free of Connect2Compete service, $9.95/month thereafter. 
Until May 15, 2020, we are providing phone and remote desktop support through Cox Complete Care at no charge to provide peace of mind and ease for technology needs. 
Resources for discounted, refurbished equipment through our association with PCs for People. 
A Learn from Home toolkit for schools, including instructions on how to fast-track eligible students without internet access.

Offer expires 5/15/2020. Cox Complete Care in-home support excluded. Program eligibility and other restrictions apply. Learn more at

This information was provided by

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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