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Lincoln Elementary School

36111 Bettencourt St.

Newark, CA 94560


fax 510-793-3446



Leopard Pledge

If it is not right, I will not do it

If it is not mine, I will not take it

 If it is not true, I will not say it

I will be kind

I will be safe

I will respect people and property

I will do my best at all times!

Mission Statement

In the quest for excellence, we promote the love of learning, to create a caring, nurturing environment where everyone is empowered to develop intellectually, physically, aesthetically, and emotionally in a challenging, child centered environment.




LCAP Community Conversations

Two Community Conversations regarding the LCAP will take place on

May 13, 2015, please join us:

  • 9:00 AM - Newark Junior High School, 6201 Lafayette Avenue
  • 6:00 PM - Newark Memorial High School, 39375 Cedar Blvd

Khan Academy LearnStorm Challenge


Lincoln Elementary takes on the Khan Academy LearnStorm Challenge and unlocks $15,000 worth of free technology devices and 6 months of free internet access!

Lincoln students’ hard work has finally paid off with the LearnStorm Challenge by Khan Academy and has unlocked $15,000.00 worth of free technology devices and 6 months of free internet access for eligible students.  We did it by having over 50% of our students signed up for the challenge and with over 30mins each of activity in LearnStorm.  Google,, and Internet Essentials, are rewarding students’ effort and making learning in LearnStorm easier. 

The LearnStorm is a free bay area math challenge powered by Khan Academy with over 44,000 students signed up from over 50 percent of Bay Area Schools.  Lincoln Elementary is currently ranked high among the top 100 schools in the bay area who are participating in the LearnStorm challenge. It rewards hard work and mastery, no matter if you’re learning addition, calculus or coding. Everyone can use math to build their brain. The student has access to Common Core grade level math skills and challenges. They can also explore other topics in math, science and social studies. LearnStorm is a free, 3 month learning challenge designed to build a student’s ability to learn anything through mastery of math skills on Khan Academy. Points are earned by mastering math skills and also for taking on challenging new concepts and persevering. It is team based school vs. school and city vs. city! Top individual scorers and school get special recognition on weekly leaderboards and are eligible for awards and we unlocked $15,000 worth of both technology and free internet access.

Congratulations Lincoln Leopards!




Khan Academy at Lincoln

Khan AcademyLincoln Elementary is participating in the LearnStorm Challenge offered through Khan Academy for Bay Area schools. Each week students are encouraged to learn new math skills while earning points for themselves, their school and their city. The leaderboard is updated on Wednesday each week. Grades 4-6 have been very active in achieving their grade level mission. On March 13th the February Cup winners will be announced. Who will they be? More exciting awards and trips to meet the team are coming up soon.


What are LCAP & LCFF?


In 2013, California adopted a new formula for deciding how much money each school district gets, called the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). As part of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), school districts are required to develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). With parent and community input, school districts must establish goals and actions for the entire district as well as for each school. The plans will demonstrate how each school district’s budget will help achieve the goals and annually assess how well the strategies in the plan were able to improve outcomes.

Click here for additional information on LCAP

SBAC Practice Test Login

SBAC Practice Test Login

Access the SBAC Practice Test

Login as GUEST. This is set as default. Click on the SignIn button on the Login screen.

School Accountability Report Card (SARC)

Notice to parents:

Link to access the "School Accountability Report Card (SARC)"


Paper copy is available upon request in the school office for you to view.



Ohlone for Kids starts June 22 see flier for details!
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 5/14/15

The Kindergarten Readiness Act (SB 1381) changed the required age to enter kindergarten. To enroll in Kindergarten:

For the 2015–16 school year, children must turn five by September 1st

   We will accept Kindergarten registration pa... Continue
Posted by: Liz Warren
Published: 3/1/15