Literature Character Parade on Tuesday

Highlights from Red Ribbon Week

First, a big thank you to the agencies that made our Law Enforcement Day such a success last week.  High fives to our PTA and staff who worked so hard to make Friday’s Fall Festival such a success.  The kids loved it!

Tomorrow your child will receive a yellow form that needs to be completed right away.  This is a mandated district policy that all parents have to do every year, so please check with your child tomorrow night, sign it, and have your child return it to his or her teacher on Tuesday.  This is very important and I appreciate your attention to this.

Tuesday is our annual Literature Character Parade.  Kids may dress up as a book character and walk with their class during the parade on the blacktop.  Please ensure your child wears an appropriate costume for school, also nothing too scary or gory.  Those costumes can be used for trick-or-treating later, but at school we limit costumes to book characters.  Everyone is invited to join us Tuesday morning at 8:45.

The Positive Parenting Program has been moved from Tuesday to Thursday this week so parents can join us for the parade.  Class will begin at 8:30am in the PDC.

Law Enforcement Day is October 24th


Please plan to join us for our 4th annual Law Enforcement Day on Tuesday, October 24th from 8:30-11:00 on our playground.  We are expecting the San Diego Police Department, Chula Vista Police Department, Border Patrol, San Diego Fire and Rescue, the Sheriff’s Office, and Navy personnel to set up demonstrations and exhibits for our students.  We hope to have a helicopter land on our field again this year!

If you or a member of your family is active duty or retired military, please wear your uniform.  Students and staff will wear red to show our allegiance to a drug-free lifestyle and making good choices.  The week of October 23-27 is Red Ribbon Week in all Chula Vista schools.  Hope to see you on the 24th!

Welcome to Mr. Rienick


Please welcome our new Associate Principal Mr. Rienick to the Juarez-Lincoln staff.  Mr. Rienick was most recently the Associate Principal at Veterans Elementary and has an extensive background in mathematics amongst the other subject areas.  When not at school, Mr. Rienick enjoys running, playing golf, and taking long walks on the beach.

The New School Year Begins on July 19


Welcome to our newest staff members!

Silvia Flores, Associate Principal:  Mrs. Flores was most recently the Associate Principal at Rogers Elementary for two years.  She was a teacher and literacy coach at Otay Elementary for many years.  Mrs. Flores is the proud parent of two grown children and a 14 year old son who make her life complete.  She is a passionate and caring educator who enjoys hiking, nature, dancing, fitness, and cooking in her spare time.

Giulia Longo, 4th grade teacher:  Ms. Longo is starting her fifth year of teaching and her fourth year of teaching 4th grade. Her parents are from Parma, Italy and Ms. Longo goes back every summer to visit family. She speaks Italian fluently. In her spare time, Giulia likes to read, travel, and cook.

Cinthya Hernandez, School Psychologist:  Ms. Hernandez is super excited to be a part of the Juarez-Lincoln Family! She is an Aztec for Life (completed both undergrad and graduate studies at San Diego State University). During her 4-year School Psych program, she had the opportunity to have work with amazing teams in three school districts. She is the oldest of 5, was born in Guadalajara Mexico, recently got engaged (wedding date TBD ;D ), loves being outdoors and enjoys nature, and has a crazy dog that likes to chew on couches for fun.

Sydney Masterson, 2nd grade teacher:  Mrs. Masterson has been teaching for over 12 years and is thrilled to join the Juarez-Lincoln community.  When she’s not at work, she keeps busy by shuffling her three kids (ages 8, 4 and 2) around to the zoo, Legoland or the beach.

Melissa Calderon, kindergarten teacher:  This is Ms. Calderon’s second year of teaching, and is her first year teaching kindergarten! Prior to becoming a teacher she was an instructional assistant in a kindergarten class and loved being in the classroom. In her free time she enjoys running, reading, and baking. She’s really looking forward to this school year and joining the Juarez-Lincoln community.

Week of May 29, 2017

Monday, May 29 is Memorial Day and there is NO SCHOOL.

The YMCA will be offering summer day camps at Juarez-Lincoln with a science and technology focus. For more information click here Juarez-Lincoln Summer Flyer. Breakfast and lunch will be served. Scholarships are available!

Residency Verification has begun for the 2017-18 school year. All families must prove they live in our school boundaries in order for your child to be placed on a class list for the next school year. We are now open for residency verification between 8:45 and 11:15 am and from 1:45 to 3:30 pmSPANISH Verification Letter

Dr. Prange, our Associate Principal has been selected as the new Principal of Finney Elementary. This will be her last week at Juarez-Lincoln. Click here to read her farewell message to families: Farewell Letter JL Farewell Letter JL Span.

Friday, June 2 is the last day of school. The new school year begins on July 19.