Our School

OUR MISSION

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.

SCHOOL OFFICE CONTACT INFORMATION

Lincoln Elementary School

36111 Bettencourt Street

Newark, CA 94560

Phone 510-818-3500 Fax 510 793-3446

Email address  [email protected]

Office Hours 7:45 am – 3:30 pm Monday- Thursday

Fridays 7:45 am – 3:00 pm

Mrs Angela Ehrlich, Principal

Mrs. Ann Nicolas, Office Manager

Mrs. Angelica Garrido, Office Clerk

 

SCHOOL HOURS AND BELL SCHEDULE

School Hours
Grades Kindergarten – 6

8:00 – 2:32 Monday-Thursday

8:00 – 1:05 Friday/Minimum Days

Transitional Kindergaten

8:20 – 12:20 Monday-Friday

Bell Schedules

Grades K-3
8:00 – 9:45 Instructional Time

9:45 – 10:05 Recess

10:05 – 12:10 Instructional Time

11:30 – 12:10 Lunch

12:50 – 2:32 Instructional Time***

***Fridays/Minimum Days

12:50 – 1:05 Instructional Time

Grades 4-6
8:00 – 9:45 Instructional Time

9:45 – 10:05 Recess

10:05 – 11:30 Instructional Time

12:10 – 12:50 Lunch

12:10 – 2:32 Instructional Time

***Fridays/Minimum Days

12:10 – 1:05 Instructional Time

 

Newark Unified School District Information

Door at NMHS

Enrollment & Boundaries: determine home school by address

Child Nutrition: lunch and breakfast menus, meal pricing, free/reduced lunch applications

Child Care: services, fees, locations, hours

Library Catalog: search each site’s library collection

Engagement Opportunities: find ways to get involved

Feedback/Concerns: let us know what’s on your mind

Student Resources: curriculum, study aides, extracurricular opportunities

Health Forms: medication authorizations, medical alerts, health needs

Health Services: connect with services in our community

Bullying Prevention: resources to prevent and stop bullying

Flyer Distribution: get your word out to our students and families

Parent/Guardian Workshops: attend workshops, and/or suggest topics for future workshops

California Law and Immigration update | Actualización de Ley e Inmigración de California en Espanol

Immigration-Enforcement Actions at California Schools: Guide for Students and Families

 


Know Your Educational Rights

This is a resource from the office of California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, find more information and resources here: https://www.oag.ca.gov/bcj

Your Child has the Right to a Free Public Education
  • All children in the United States have a Constitutional right to equal access to free public education, regardless of immigration status and regardless of the immigration status of the students’ parents or guardians.
  • In California:
    • All children have the right to a free public education.
    • All children ages 6 to 18 years must be enrolled in school.
      • All students and staff have the right to attend safe, secure, and peaceful schools.
      • All students have a right to be in a public school learning environment free from discrimination, harassment, bullying, violence, and intimidation.
      • All students have equal opportunity to participate in any program or activity offered by the school, and cannot be discriminated against based on their race, nationality, gender, religion, or immigration status, among other characteristics.
Information Required for School Enrollment
  • When enrolling a child, schools must accept a variety of documents from the student’s parent or guardian to demonstrate proof of child’s age or residency.
  • You never have to provide information about citizenship/immigration status to have your child enrolled in school. Also, you never have to provide a Social Security number to have your child enrolled in school.
Confidentiality of Personal Information
  • Federal and state laws protect student education records and personal information. These laws generally require that schools get written consent from parents or guardians before releasing student information, unless the release of information is for educational purposes, is already public, or is in response to a court order or subpoena.
  • Some schools collect and provide publicly basic student “directory information.” If they do, then each year, your child’s school district must provide parents/guardians with written notice of the school’s directory information policy, and let you know of your option to refuse release of your child’s information in the directory.
Family Safety Plans if You Are Detained or Deported
  • You have the option to provide your child’s school with emergency contact information, including the information of secondary contacts, to identify a trusted adult guardian who can care for your child in the event you are detained or deported.
  • You have the option to complete a Caregiver’s Authorization Affidavit or a Petition for Appointment of Temporary Guardian of the Person, which may enable a trusted adult the authority to make educational and medical decisions for your child.
Right to File a Complaint
  • Your child has the right to report a hate crime or file a complaint to the school district if he or she is discriminated against, harassed, intimidated, or bullied on the basis of his or her actual or perceived nationality, ethnicity, or immigration status.