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Early Out: Occurs every Wednesday throughout the school year. Pick-up is at 2:27p.m (grades 1-5 only).

Friday Flag Assembly: Occurs every Friday throughout the school year. 9a.m. at blacktop area outside the cafeteria.

FEB 20

Early Out is each Wednesday throughout the school year. 

FEB 21

Come join Lincoln Lions every Friday at 9 a.m. for Friday Flag Day.  Friday Flag Day will be canceled if we experience bad weather conditions. 

PTA NEWS

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: pta.lincolncontact@gmail.com. If you are experiencing technical difficulties, please contact Claire Taniguchi at: lincolnelementarywebsite@gmail.com.

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.

PTA Honorary Service Awards 2018 -2019. Join us to congratulate our HSA Winners! 

Date: Thursday, February 21, 2019
Time:  6p.m. to 8p.m.
Place: Cafeteria


 

 

 EXTRA ACADEMIC ACTIVITY (ON CAMPUS)

MAD SCIENCE of LOS ANGELES

(Registration is ONLINE ONLY at: LosAngeles.madscience.org)

Location: Outside/Inside cafeteria lunch tables.
Grades: G1 - G5

NEW SESSION BEGINS: Friday 01/25/19
SESSION ENDS: Friday 03/15/19

Scheduling  and information:

Day: Friday
Time: 3:15p.m. - 4:15p.m
(Please note: MINIMUM DAY SSCHEDULE - March 15, 2019. Class is from 2:15pm -3:15pm on this day only.)

Early Bird Cost: $135.00
Deadline: 01/14/19
Cost after early bird deadline: $145.00

Subject: System 4 - Radical, Mad-ical Science (8 weeks).
Prepare your children to be scienctists with this exciting batch of classes! Mad Science willintroduce them to the concepts of weights and measurements as they balance toys on scales and measure the length of objects! Kids play with magnetic toys that spin and float like magic, make colors bend and paper glow in our "Lights On" class, they become junior architects as they build shapes and structures. 
Warning: There may be splashing in our super fun class on water and all its wacky properties, and again when children pretend to eat, swim, and play like some of our favorite underwater creatures!

Topics Include: Bugs! Detective Science, Earthwoks, Kitchen Chemistry, Mad Science Machines, Movie Effects, Science of Toys, Walloping Weather.

Registration is  first-come, first-served. Registration is ONLINE ONLY. Registration and payment will not be accepted at your school.
Website: Mad Science Registration.

For more information, visit the website or  contact: 818-909-6777

Click here for the flyer.

Location: Outside cafeteria - lunch tables.

Academic Chess at Lincoln Elementary

This is for beginning and advanced students.  

NEW SESSION BEGINS: Wednesday 12/19/2018

Scheduling and information:

Day: Wednesday   

Time

Grade

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 umtil 4:00p.m).

Dates: 1/9, 1/16, 1/23, 1/30, 2/6

Meeting Place: Lunch Tables

For more information, cost of classes or scholarship information contact: 310-371-8577 or email: laura.academicchess@yahoo.com

A flyer was also sent home with your child the first week of school.

English Learner Multicultural Advisory Committee 

English Language Mulitcultural Advisory Commitee (ELMAC) meetings are held with the parents of English Language Learners four times a year. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the school program and obtain ideas on how Lincoln Elementary can better focus on the student’s educational needs as an English Language Learner.

All parents of English Learners are encouraged to attend the ELMAC and District meetings. For ease of communication, there are translators at all scheduled meetings. This is a good opportunity to discuss how Lincoln Elementary can help your child succeed.

Meeting Location

All ELMAC Meetings are held in Room 1 or the cafeteria at Lincoln Elementary School. Please check the ELMAC Calendar for updated information.

Our second meeting will be held Friday December14, 2018 immediately after the Friday flag assembly at 9:30a.m in the cafeteria.

Meeting #1: 10/26/18  agenda and notes
Meeting #2: 12/14/18 agenda and  notes 
Meeting #3: 03/15/19 agenda and notes will be posted after the meeting

 

 

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.

学校区英語学習生多文化顧問委員会(DELMAC)の目的は、保護者と情報を分かち合う場を提供するとともに、定期的なミーティングをもつことで、保護者がニーズ、懸念、提案などを学校区レベルで伝えやすくすることです。DELMACの活動は、英語学習生と識別されている生徒の教育に関連する諸過程に、保護者が参加できるように考案されています。

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.

MEETING LOCATION:

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)

Meeting #1: 10/19/18 notes and agenda
Meeting #2: 12/07/18 notes and agenda 
Meeting #3: 03/08/19 notes and agenda will be posted after the meeting

 

UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS

Please click on the following link: YMCA -Torrance South Bay for more information regarding:

  • Recruitment Night
  • Kick-Off Flyer
  • Halloween Camp
  • Trailblazers Calendar
  • Pathfinders Calendar 

You may also call 310-325-5885 for more information

Contact Information

2900 West Sepulveda Boulevard
Torrance, CA 90505
310 325 5885

Hours

Monday-Friday, 5:00am-10:00pm
Saturday, 6:00am-8:00pm
Sunday, 6:00am-6:00pm

Child Activity Center Hours

Mon-Thu, 8:15 am-9:15 pm
Friday, 8:15 am-8:15 pm
Saturday, 8:15 am-5:45 pm
Sunday, 9 am-5:45 pm

Youth Activity Center Hours

Monday-Thursday: 4:00-8:00pm
Friday: 4:00-7:30pm

 

Torrance Girls Softball League Spring 2019 Registration
**** Please note – online registration only for 2019 ****

 

The below information is a repeat of the flyer:
The Torrance Girls Softball League welcomes players of all skill levels from Torrance and surrounding communities.

ASA Division breakdowns: 6U T-ball (ages 4-6), 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U (Determined by age as of Dec. 31, 2018) New players to the league shall provide a copy of their birth certificate.

Player Ages                                                Early Registration                                 Late Registration
                                                                           10/1/18 - 12/25/18                              12/26/18 – 1/1/19
6U Division                                                $95.00*                                                         $135.00*
All other Divisions                                $185.00*                                                      $225.00*

League fees cover the cost of balls, umpires, uniforms, team and individual photos, memory book, USA Softball registration fees, and insurance.
Any family registering two or more siblings will receive a $10 discount on each additional sign-up. Same team requests will NOT be granted for divisions 8U – 14U (except for siblings).

Other fees:

Snack Bar Shift or Buyout (Required): All families will be required to work one snack bar or Closing Day shift. -Buy out option is $75.00. Parents also have the option of paying a sub to work the shift. Failure to work the shift will result in a bill for $125. If bill is not paid, players will be ineligible for All Stars and future seasons, will not receive memory books or trophies or be allowed to participate in Closing Day.   -$75.00 Buyout Option

*Cow Plop Fundraiser Each TGSL family is required to purchase minimum (4) $25 tickets for the league fundraiser. Tickets may be kept or resold. Prizes TBD.  -$100.00 check due at team meeting.

TGSL Skills Clinic (Optional): Includes a day of instruction with Tony Medina, lunch, and a “TGSL Skills Clinic” t-shirt.  -$30.00 online or walkup. Only online registrations will be guaranteed a t-shirt

REFUND POLICY: A player requesting a refund may receive 100% prior to the player draft on January 16th, 2019. NO refunds will be given after that date.

All parents, guardians and volunteers will be required to sign the TGSL Code of Conduct and Social Media Policy prior to the start of the season and are expected to volunteer with the league. LEVY FIELDS are located at 3420 W. 229th Place (behind Sam Levy School) in Torrance. Season Dates to Remember:

Jan. 5 & 6, 2019 PLAYER EVALUATION
JAN 16, 2019 PLAYER DRAFT
JAN, 19 & 20, 2019 SELECT TRYOUTS
Jan 26, 2019 Field Improvement Day
Feb. 2, 2019 SKILLS CLINIC
FEB 9 & 10, 2019 OPENING WEEKEND
Feb 10, 2019 PICTURE DAY
FEB 10, 2019 COW PLOP FUNDRAISER
MAY 4, 2019 CLOSING DAY


 

EVENTS ON CAMPUS

Winterfest at Lincoln!
New Date: Saturday 23rd February
11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Winterfest is a fun-filled day, where snow comes to Lincoln!

Children will have a chance to do some sledding, snow play, game booths, eat delicious food and have a chance to win one of our awesome classroom raffle baskets.

Tickets for games and raffles will be on sale at the lunch benches

before school  2/18/19  through  2/22/19.

Pre-Winterfest Discounted Tickets

30 tickets for $10.00

 12 tickets for $5.00

Tickets will be for sale at the Winterfest for 50 cents each.

30 tickets for $10.00

Click here for Pre-Winterfest Discounted Tickets. Complete and return to the office.
 

 

 

 

READ ACROSS AMERICA WEEK!  

Date: February 25th -March 1st, 2019

Lincoln Elementary will be recognizing Read Across America by creating events for the children to participate in during the week.

Read Across America Week is an initiative created by the National Education Association. It is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading March 2nd, the birthday of the beloved children's author, Dr. Seuss. For additional information about Read Across America or the National Education Association, visit www.nea.org

Events:

Monday, February 25th– FOX IN SOCKS …. Wear your silly/mismatch socks!
Tuesday, February 26th – GREEN EGGS AND HAM …. Wear green!
Wednesday, February 27th – WACKY WEDNESDAY …. Wear a wacky outfit!
Thursday, February 28th – THE CAT IN THE HAT …. Wear a funny hat!
Friday, March 1st – SLEEP BOOK …. Wear your pajamas!

classroom competition
CLASS ROOM COMPETITION ( FEBRUARY 25th - MARCH 1st)
Dr. Seuss' I CAN READ WITH MY EYES SHUT

Lincoln will be collecting gently usedbooks, CDs and DVDs to donate to Re-Book It.
Re-Book It is a community based organization that provides books to hospitals, schools and local children charities.

The Classroom that collects the most books will win a classroom party!
 

 

wordsearch contest
CONTEST! CONTEST! CONTEST! 
Wordsearch!
One winner per grade
See your teacher for more details
 


north high drama club will visit and read

Special Guest Readers.!
The North High Drama Club will be reading to our primary grades!
Former Lincoln Lions will join us to celebrate!

 

 

SAVE THE DATE! RESCHEDULED: Thursday, March 14, 2019
Please return all pledge envelopes: TBD.

Fun Run!! Let's Get Fit!!

STUDENT GOAL: $50!

WHEN: Thursday, March 14, 2019
TIME: See schedule at right
WHO: All Lincoln students!
WHY: This is Lincoln’s largest fundraiser of the year. Funds will help support programs for the school and the PTA!
HOW: Run or walk & get pledges! Pledge forms will be distributed to students in the beginning of November and can be downloaded from Lincoln’s website. Start getting pledges today! Please remember to return the Parent’s approval for minors & participant waiver form by Tuesday, 11/13.
PRIZES: All pledge envelopes returned by students between TBD that contain pledges will automatically receive a “THANK YOU” gift. Pledges that reach the student goal will receive a special “THANK YOU” gift. Pledges of $100 or more will be invited to an awesome lunch party, date TBD. Our top 5 students in the school with the most pledge money turned in will receive a special prize!
HELP!: Volunteer 1 hour or all day!  Your kids will love seeing you helping out and lending a hand! Send an email to fisanada@gmail.com to let me know your availability on run day!

Click here for flyer

Click here for Pledge From

Fun Run NEW DATE: Thursday, March 14, 2019

Time

TEAM BLUE

TEAM GREEN

TEAM RED

9:20 AM

King

Dessert

Pollicino

9:45 AM

King/Covey

Spriesterbach

Houske

10:10 AM

Covey

Kubota

Wing

SNACK

10:30 - 11:00 - Kindergarten
10:45 - 11:00 - Grades 1 thru 5

11:05 AM

Junge

Hamilton

Maravilla

11:30 AM

Higashi

Konishi

Smith

11:55 AM

Kaneshiro

Hutchings

Shbaro

LUNCH

12:15 - 1:00 - Grades 3, 4, 5
12:30 - 1:15 - Grades K, 1, 2


Torrance Unified School District

STEAM Fair Overview - 2019

Torrance Unified School District (TUSD) is shifting gears and emphasizing STEAM, where students will be applying and practicing their Science, Technology, Engineering and Math skills, but approaching their projects with a creative, or Artistic, perspective (the “A” in STEAM).  This perspective is based on the new Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) where students are encouraged to focus not just on results, but on their process, one that includes trial and error, divergent thinking, dynamic problem solving and plenty of perseverance.  

Projects are due: Tuesday, April 16, 2019 (In the cafeteria by 9a.m.)

Lincoln Elementary School STEAM Fair: April 16, 2019

TUSD STEAM Fair @ Torrance High School: April 18, 2019



 

FUNDRAISERS

  • Collect as many Box Tops as you can!
  • Clip around the dotted lines. Make sure none of them are expired.
  • Place them in the Box Top Container in your Class OR, complete the Box Top Sheet asn turn it into your teacher.
  • The class with the most Box Tops collected until May 15th, wins a Class Party!

Click here view and download the flyer

 

classroom competition

CLASS ROOM COMPETITION ( FEBRUARY 25th - MARCH 1st)
Dr. Seuss' I CAN READ WITH MY EYES SHUT

Lincoln will be collecting gently usedbooks, CDs and DVDs to donate to Re-Book It.
Re-Book It is a community based organization that provides books to hospitals, schools and local children charities.

The Classroom that collects the most books will win a classroom party!

 

PARENT RESOURCES & CLASSES

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.
Lincoln Enrollment dates are: February 12 -15, 2019 at the Family Welcome Enrollment Center.
 

kindergarten immunization and enrollment dates

 

Click here for Immunization Information

Read More here.
 

 

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.

LOCATIONS

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

*By email:TAS@tastusd.org

SCHOOL HOURS

  • 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:

www.usalearns.org

www.cdlponline.org 
Click on the picture to read and build life skills.

www.newsela.com
You will need to create an account before viewing the free resources available.

For Citizenship:
www.uscis.gov/citizenship/learners/study-test

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

The above list was provide by Torrance Adult Education.

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