Hello Juarez-Lincoln families,
This school year, while ensuring Safety, there are many exciting things happening at Juarez-Lincoln. You can stay updated on upcoming events by taking a few minutes to read weekly emails and listening to phone messages. You can also visit our website and sign up for our blog at www.JuarezLincolnSchool.com.
Click HERE to access the CVESD Safe Return handbook and the 2021-22 Juarez-Lincoln Family Handbook for more important information and safety guidelines.
Here is some important information about the upcoming week:
Music: French; Jacobsen; Kirisimasi
Music: Koopman; Lozano; Johnston
Music: Vieira; Reeves; Rosselli; Rogers; Gil; Putian
Music: Lerma; Guerrero; Layton; Herrera; Robles; White
Friday: Spirit Day: Mismatch Day
Music: Calderon; Stone; Bullington
Other Upcoming Events
Aug. 6: ELAC & Coffee with the Principal @8:30a (via Zoom)
Aug. 11: Curriculum Night @ 5p
Aug. 23: SSC Meeting @3p
Aug. 24: DAC/DELAC @ 12p
Sept. 6: Labor Day Holiday
Sept. 9-16: Teacher-Parent Conferences (min. days)
Sept. 17: Last Day of Quarter 1
Oct. 5: Students Return for Quarter 2
Important drop-off and pick-up information:
Thank you to everyone for your continued patience and cooperation during drop-off and dismissal. Student safety is everyone’s number one priority.
Please wait until you are in the yellow zone prior to having your child load or unload from the vehicle. Also, please model safety by using crosswalks during drop-off and dismissal times.
Also note that students not picked up during dismissal by 3:00p on regular days and 1:55p on minimum days will need to wait inside the front office to be picked up. Students will only be released to adults authorized to pick them up.
Coming to school on time is the first best decision students make. Please help your children come to school no later than 8:10a. At 8:15a, instruction begins! Please participate in your child’s success by bringing them to school on time each and every day.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing everyone bright and early Monday morning! Mr. Pollack, School Principal