Red Ribbon Week (10/21-10/25)

Red Ribbon Week is next week at Juarez-Lincoln! Details about the themes for each day are below.

Monday, 10/21: Students will receive red ribbons

Tuesday, 10/22: Say ‘Boo’ to drugs. (Students will make a ghost that will be posted on the wall near the computer lab).

Wednesday, 10/23: Sock it to Drugs (crazy sock day!)

Thursday, 10/24: “I mustache you not to do drugs” (Students can wear a mustache to school.)

Friday, 10/25: Students will sign a pledge poster.


**Please note, Friday, 10/25 from 3-6pm is the Fall Festival! This will be a great time of games, food, and fun! Buy your tickets from the PTA soon!

2019 October Community-Connect

During the month of October, the Juarez-Lincoln Student Council is collecting cases of WATER BOTTLES to support people in need within the community. The Student Council is teaming up with 6 other schools in our district to make a positive impact! We are requesting donations of water bottle cases (ANY SIZE). Please drop off donations in your child’s classroom or the main office.

Let’s support our Student Council and make a difference for those in need!!!

We will collect water bottle cases through October 31, 2019. AAGmhP2.img

Updated Dates and Times for Quarter 1 Awards Assemblies

Sept. 16: Gr. K-1  Awards Assemblies @ 8:30am

Sept. 17: Gr. 4-5  Awards Assemblies @ 8:30am

Sept. 19: Gr. 6  Awards Assemblies @ 8:30am

Sept. 20: Gr. 2-3  Awards Assemblies @ 8:30am

Please join us at the Quarter 1 Awards Assemblies.  Students will be recognized for perfect attendance, academic achievement, reading achievement, and character traits. Please park in designated areas and register in the main office prior to the assembly.

Wrapping Up Quarter 1

Parent-Teacher Conferences

September 12-20, 2019


Your child will bring home a conference sign up form.  Make sure to complete it and send it back your child’s teacher so that you can learn how your child is progressing in reading, writing, and math and ways you can support your child.

Here are some questions you can ask to guide your conference:

•What are my child’s strengths?

•What are my child’s areas of growth?

•What did my child struggle on on his/her last math test?

•What is my child’s Lexile Reading level? What is his/her reading goal? 

•What is my child’s DRA Reading level? What is his/her goal?

•What can I do to support at home?

ELAC & Coffee with the Principal @ 8:30a

Friday, September 13, 2019

Come join us in the Juarez-Lincoln Professional Development Center to learn about how we are strive to ensure our language learners succeed.  You are invited to learn about what is happening at Juarez-Lincoln and participate in an open dialogue with the principal and guest speakers. This meeting will begin with a music performance by some Juarez-Lincoln students!

All parents are invited. Refreshments will be served.

 ELAC is an acronym for English Learner Advisory Committee. ELAC is an elected committee of parents, staff, and community members specifically designated to advise school officials on English Learner program services.

We hope you can join us!

Quarter 1 Awards Assembly Dates & Times


Please join us at the Quarter 1 Awards Assemblies.  Students will be recognized for perfect attendance, academic achievement, reading achievement, and character traits. Please park in designated areas and register in the main office prior to the assembly.

Sept. 16: Gr. K-1 Awards Assemblies @ 8:30a

Sept. 17: Gr. 2-3 Awards Assemblies @ 8:30a

Sept. 19: Gr. 4-5 Awards Assemblies @ 8:30a

Sept. 20: Gr. 6 Awards Assemblies @ 8:30a

Upcoming Events


Sept. 16: SSC Meeting @ 3pm

Sept: 20: Last Day of Quarter 1

Oct. 8: Students return to school.

Welcome to the 2019-20 School Year!


July 22-26, 2019

Hello Juarez-Lincoln families! This is Mr. Pollack, the school principal, and I hope everyone had a wonderful summer break! Welcome to the 2019-20 Juarez-Lincoln school year!  I hope everyone is excited to start Kindergarten or a new grade level. This year will be an exciting year. I look forward to meeting everyone around campus!

Here is some important information about the upcoming week.   


8:30a: Kinder Family Orientation

8:30a: AM Preschool Family Orientation

12:30p:  PM Preschool Family Orientation

1:30p Dismissal: Minimum Day



8:30a: Welcome Back Assembly Gr. 1-3



10:30a: Welcome Back Assembly Gr. 4-6



Spirit Day:wear the school colors, red or navy blue, or Eagle t-shirt

1:30p Dismissal: Minimum Day

Save the Date: Back-to-School Night

Back-to-School Night will be on Wednesday, August 7, 2019 from 5:30p-7:00p.  All families are welcome and highly encouraged to attend. You will have the opportunity to meet your children’s’ teachers and learn important information to set your children up for success this school year!



Quarter 4, 2019

ELAC & Coffee with the Principal @ 8:30a

Thursday, May 23, 2019


All families are welcome to attend this meeting. Guest speaker, Jose Luis Vargas, associate principal at Montgomery Middle School, will share key insights of what students and parents need to know in order to be ready for middle school. Refreshments will be served.

We hope you can join us!

Quarter 4 Awards Assembly Dates & Times


Please join us at the Quarter 4 Awards Assemblies.  Students will be recognized for perfect attendance, academic achievement, reading achievement, and character traits.  Please park in designated areas and register in the main office prior to the assembly.

May 23: Gr. 6 Awards Assembly @ 1p

May 24: Gr. 4-5 Awards Assembly @ 8:30a

May 28: Gr. K-1 Awards Assembly @ 8:30a

June 4: Gr. 2-3 Awards Assembly @ 8:30a


Upcoming Events


May 17: Memorial Day Holiday- No School

May 28: PTA General Meeting @ 6p

May 30: Volunteer Luncheon @10a-11p

May 29: Student Council Elections @ 1:15p

May 30: Flag Parade @ 1p

May 30-31: Gr. 4 Wax Museum @ 8:45a

May 31: Students v. Teachers Kickball Game @ 10a-11a

June 3: Kinder Performance @ 8:30a

June 4: Gr. 6 Picnic

June 5: 6thGrade Promotion @ 9a

June 5: Last of Quarter 4 (for Students)

Quarter 4


4th Quarter is an exciting month! There are many exciting events happening! Keep an eye out for weekly emails, phone messages, and blog updates to stay informed!

April is Month of the Military Child

April is month of the military child. Military connected children make up a very special part of our nation’s population.  

 80% of military connected children attend public school in the United States.  In CVESD, 9.6% of our students are military-connected (2,820 total).  Although young, these brave sons and daughters stand in support of their military parents.  As they face circumstances unique to their lives-such as navigating multiple moves and schools to shouldering repeated deployments of a parent, these children are examples of resilience in the military community.  

The purpose of “Month of the Military Child” is to recognize students’ unique contributions and sacrifices on behalf of our country.  Activities at Juarez-Lincoln this month to recognize our military-connected students and families include:

Photograph– We would love to place a photograph of your child and service member(s) on a hallway bulletin board for everyone to see.  The photograph will be returned at the end of the month. Please have your child turn in a photograph (with their name and teacher’s name on the back) as soon as possible to their teacher or the front office.

Purple Up! For Military Kids!– Wear purpleon Wednesdays during April.  Wearing purple will indicate that your child is military-connected and will also show support for  other military-connected children.

Poem writingWhat does it mean to be a military child?  Your child can write a poem ORdraw a picture of their experience and it will be entered in a drawing for a special prize, which will be announced on 4/29/19.  Please have your child turn in their poem ORdrawing by 4/22/19to their teacher or the front office.

Create a World Map– We would like to pinpoint, on a large world map, where your child and the service member(s) have lived/been stationed due to military duties.  This is a great way to start a conversation between students, which can show how they are similar and different.  Please provide a

list of these places (see attached form) and have your child turn it in by 4/22/19to their teacher or the front office.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact, Claudia V. Castañeda Lopez, our School Social Work Intern who is coordinating these activities, at


End-of-Year State and CVESD Tests begin!sbac-pic

Apr. 29-May 30: Local Measures Begin (Gr. K-6)

May 6-May 30: CAASPP Testing  (Gr. 3-6)

This is a great opportunity for students and learning community to showcase what they have learned!

Upcoming Events

Apr. 22: SSC Meeting

Apr. 23: DAC/DELAC

Apr. 25:  Jump for Heart

Apr. 25: PTA General Meeting @ 6p

Apr. 26: ELAC & Coffee with the Principal

May 3: Gr. 3 @ Beauty & the Beast (KROC Center)

May 8: Bike/Walk to School Day @ 7:30a




May 30: Flag Parade @ 1p

June 4: Kinder Performance

June 5: Last of Quarter 4 


April: Public Schools Month in California


  • 23: CASchool Bus Drivers Appreciation Day
  • 22-26:Administrative Professionals Week
  • 24:Administrative Professionals Day
  • May 1:Principals Day
  • May 6-10:National Teacher Appreciation Week.
  • May 8:Day of the Teacher & National School Nurse Day
  • May 19-25:Classified School Employee Week.