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!

Week of April 24, 2017

It’s survey time! We need your input! Please click here to complete the annual Hanover Survey.

VictoryDistrict and state testing starts this week.
Please make sure students:

  • Get plenty of sleep
  • Eat a healthy breakfast
  • Come to school every day ON TIME
  • Relax and do their best


Morning Safety: As a reminder, students are not allowed in hallways before the first bell at 8:10. Students in grades 2-6 can be in the lunch arbor, and students in grades K-1 can be at the kinder lunch tables.

Military-connected families, please join us for our Military Family Night on Wed. April 26 at 6:00 pm in the auditorium for food and information!

Staff Appreciation Day is May 5th. Please click here to see our Juarez Lincoln Staff Gift Giving Guide for suggestions.

Please be advised that the basketball league may not continue. We will let you know when we have more information.

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Purple Up for Military Kids!


April is Month of the Military Child, a time to recognize our military and veteran-connected children and youth for their service and sacrifice.

Today, nearly two million military-connected children and youth (birth through age 22) live with perpetual challenges presented by frequent moves, parental deployments, and a host of life transitions that include reintegration and dealing with profoundly changed parents. The well-being of these children depends heavily on a network of supportive adults.

Grit, determination, and perseverance are a few characteristics of the resilient trailblazers we know as military kids. These traits are a result of the challenges they persist through, and contribute to strong character development and hardiness.

April is a time to celebrate our military and veteran-connected children, the vast majority of whom attend public schools and live in nearly every zip code in the country. Look for opportunities to show your appreciation for the military and veteran-connected children in your lives or communities, and thank them for sharing their parents with the country.


Navy Command Adopts J-L!


We are excited to announce that one of the local Navy commands has formally adopted our school.  This is the beginning of a partnership where servicemen and women will visit our school each month to provide mentoring to students and assistance with school wide events.  Pictured above is the Welcoming Ceremony. The first event that will include our Navy partners will be on March 2 when we celebrate Read Across America Day. Anchors aweigh!