New Drop off and Pickup Procedures
Please read the attached regarding new procedures for drop off and pick up at Lincoln. Lincoln Elementary Drop Off and Pickup Procedures.docx
LEARN. LEAD. ACHIEVE!
2016-2017 School Year Enrollment
School Database of Student Information
Click HERE to go to Parent Portal and Register Students
Please complete both steps:
Step #1 Parent Portal New Account Setup
Note: It is best to use a computer, the system has experienced glitches when using phones or tablets.
New Student Information
Welcome to Lincoln Elementary
"Learn. Lead. Achieve!"
Please follow these easy steps to enroll in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District:
Please follow these steps to become a classroom/school volunteer:
***Please see your classroom teacher for volunteer opportunities***
1. Volunteer fills out ONLINE FORM - this form is then electronically sent to the Lincoln Elementary school office.
2. Submit current TB results to the school office. TB test must have been administered within the last 60 days. Your TB test will then be valid for four years.
3. School office submits your registration to the Newport-Mesa Unified School District for Megan's Law clearance. Megan's Law clearance must be completed before volunteering.
Please feel free to call the office at (949) 515-6955 if you have any questions.
Lincoln Elementary loves our volunteers, we look forward to having our volunteers helping on campus!
Exemplary Arts Education Award
Lincoln is only 1 of 3 elementary schools in N-MUSD to be awarded the Exemplary Arts Award!
Gold Ribbon School Award
Orange County Department of Education Gold Ribbon Awards Ceremony with District Superintendent, Dr. Fred Navarro
Check out the article in the OC Register here.
Lincoln's "Growing Readers"
NO TO BULLYING
Every student is entitled to a safe school environment free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying.
The District's Policy on Bullying can be accessed HERE. Copies are available in every school office.
Students and parents may also report bullying to firstname.lastname@example.org or may place an anonymous note in the bullying report box located at each school site.
Lincoln School News
From the office of John C. Drake
The Math Pilot Steering committee, working with elementary site representatives, has been hard at work in preparation for the implementation of the math pilot programs in the classrooms.
Actualización matemática elemental
De la Oficina de John C. Drake
El comité de dirección de Matemáticas piloto, trabajando con representantes comerciales elementales, ha estado trabajando duro en la preparación para la puesta en práctica de los programas piloto de matemáticas en las aulas.
Newport-Mesa Employee “Super-Star” Awards
“Reaching for the Stars”
Going far beyond the call of duty, doing more than others expect…
This is what excellence is all about.
It comes from striving, maintaining the highest standards, paying
attention to the smallest detail, going the extra mile.
Excellence means caring – it’s making a special effort to do more.
Nominations are now being accepted
Nominations need to be received
by Friday, December 9, 2016 to be considered.
Know someone deserving of recognition? Make their day and complete the Online Nomination Form at:
or you can also submit it anonymously. All nominations are
then forwarded to the Superstar Awards Selection
Committee. The committee selects nominees twice a
year to be recognized at Board meetings. Recipients honored
at the Board level receive a pin, certificate and a personally
A good tip – To make your nomination stand out above the rest, be specific about the individual’s unique and compelling contribution(s).
The online nomination form is available at:
Questions about the Superstar Program?
Click here for the quarterly publication of the Newport-Mesa Unified School District Community Newsletter!
The safety of our students and staff is of utmost importance at Newport-Mesa Unified School District (NMUSD). The District has plans and processes in place to respond to unfortunate and unplanned events and to communicate accurate and timely information with you.
All NMUSD schools have safety plans, which outline emergency procedures for natural and man-made disasters. Safety plans are regularly reviewed and updated in collaboration with emergency responders and local law enforcement, including school resource officers. School resource officers are local law enforcement officers from the City of Costa Mesa and Newport Beach police departments, who are on many of our school campuses to provide security and crime prevention services.
Schools regularly participate in safety drills, threat assessment, and emergency response trainings with students, local law enforcement and first responders. Safety drills prepare staff and students for a variety of potential situations. Some examples include earthquakes, fire and intruder/active shooter.
The safety drills include procedures for a lock down, shelter in place, drop/cover/hold, run, hide, act, and evacuation. Every school and District facility also has emergency supplies in multiple locations and various individuals responsible for ensuring that there are adequate and properly maintained supplies and equipment.
Examples of some of the essential items include:
For large scale events involving multiple schools or regional incidents, the District collaborates beyond local governments, law enforcement, first responders, and utilities. NMUSD follows California’s Standardized Emergency Management System and the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Incident Management System. These systems include emergency management collaboration among county, state and federal agencies, and community organizations on a cohesive approach to emergency response.
Every situation is unique and may include distinctive response approaches and communication methods. Parents may expect communication via email, phone call, news postings on the District and school websites, social media postings, and mobile app alerts. The District also works closely with local media to disseminate information to keep parents and the community informed as best as possible, always keeping in mind that the safety of students and staff is the priority.
It is common knowledge that viral information disseminates quickly. One inaccurate text or social media post can trigger a full speed rumor mill and create unnecessary panic. The District has a responsibility to provide accurate and timely information and will do its best not to perpetuate misinformation. This is especially important during an emergency when the situation (and subsequent information) can change rapidly.
Depending on the emergency, the first communication that parents and community members can expect to receive is the basics. If these questions can be answered, communication may include: what happened, when it happened, what the district is doing about it and how to stay informed. Updates may include information regarding changes in dismissal times or transportation, the location of the parent re-unification area, incident updates, and other important information.
Tips for parents:
Tips for students:
For more information or questions regarding school emergency response, please contact your child’s school.
On July 1, 1966 the Costa Mesa Union School District, Newport Beach City School District and the Newport Harbor Union High School District unified to become the Newport-Mesa Unified School District (NMUSD).
For more than five decades Newport-Mesa Unified School District has created lasting memories and nurtured the talents of its students. NMUSD is a leader in educational innovation; delivering a rigorous, broad-based curriculum through exceptional, high-quality instruction supported by a team of dedicated educators and support staff.
Throughout the District’s rich 50 year history, it has strived to help students find their passion, purpose, and potential, to prepare them to venture into the future in careers, college and active citizenship. Whether through academics, arts, athletics or other interests, NMUSD has opportunities to match every student's talents and interest.
While much has changed in education throughout NMUSD’s 50 year history, the District takes pride in continually evolving and adapting to changing educational needs. NMUSD has exceptionally bright and forward-thinking students, teachers, staff and leadership team that remain committed to ensuring that students are well-prepared for future successes.
“Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the success of our students,” said Superintendent Dr. Fred Navarro. “We appreciate your unwavering commitment, support and partnership as we look forward to continued success,” he said.
Stay connected throughout the 2016/17 school year, and join NMUSD in celebrating this milestone anniversary, as the District shares some fun facts and highlights of its 50 year legacy of excellence, www.nmusd.us/anniversary.
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Lincoln School Song
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Lincoln School we love you
Our white, our blue
Scholars through and through
Preparing to succeed
It’s great to be a Lincoln Leopard
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