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Resources for Immigrant Families

Please go to this page for information about AUSD's Safe Haven Resolution, the City's Sanctuary City proclamation, and other resources about the status of immigrant families in our school district and community.


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This Week's Roar


The Roar is published weekly and is available in print every Wednesday.  This publication holds important information for parents and students. Click here for the latest edition!

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2017-2018 School Year Calendar

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The Lincoln Middle School musicians looked so great and performed so well at all the events on our 2017 Anaheim Tour last week.Their music performances at the 3 elementary schools in Garden Grove were spectacular! 


Our Lincoln musicians performed parades and outdoor concerts for many excited students at Leo Carrillo Elementary, Rosita Elementary and Murdy Elementary.     Our Lincoln musicians shined so brightly as they led Mickey's Soundsational Parade down Main Street at Disneyland last Thursday afternoon!


The performances of our 3 groups at the Anaheim Music in the Parks Festival Competition was an AMAZING display of all the talented musicians at Lincoln! We competed with schools from Arizona, Utah, Nevada and California. We brought home 4 beautiful trophies for our school, the Alameda Unified School District and our community of Alameda that proudly represent all our hard work and strong musicianship.  The trophies are proudly displayed on the front counter in the school office.


For the first time ever, the Lincoln Middle School Full Orchestra competed in the Music in the Parks Festival  receiving the FIRST PLACE AWARD TROPHY in the middle school full orchestra category with a rating of EXCELLENT!


The Lincoln Middle School String Orchestra received the FIRST PLACE AWARD TROPHY in the  middle school string orchestra category with a rating of SUPERIOR!


The Lincoln Symphonic Band received the FIRST PLACE AWARD TROPHY in the middle school  concert band category with a rating of SUPERIOR!


The Lincoln Symphonic Band also received the TOP TROPHY AWARD presented at the Music in the Parks Festival:the BEST OVERALL MIDDLE SCHOOL CONCERT BAND in the Anaheim Music in the Parks Festival.


The entire Anaheim Trip displayed a continuous stream of fabulous, musical playing by our young Lincoln musicians everywhere they appeared! We are so PROUD of their hard work and beautiful musicianship!



Bike To School Day!
It's time to dust off your bike, pump up the tires, and check the brakes! Bike to School Day on May 11th is just around the corner! Join your friends, or make new ones, reach out to your neighbors, form a bike train-- hop on and pedal! Each year more and more schools join the celebration and fun of using pedal power to get to and from school. Bike commuting is good for our health, the community, and the planet. Be part of the solution!

With thousands of riders pedaling on Bike to School and Work Day, it's one of the best days to try out cycling with your family: there's safety in numbers. Energizer Stations are in place to congratulate your efforts and help give a boost to your day! Treats and goodies await you at the base of the Bay Farm bike bridge and the corner of Encinal and High St. 

At Lincoln, Safe Routes to Schools Champions will be greeting riders with blight stickers, pencils, maps, snacks and high fives!. After dropping off your children you can enjoy continuing your commute to work.  Check out other Bike to Work activities at https://bikeeastbay.org/events/bike-work-day-2017, there is a lot going on, and it just begins with your journey to school/work.

Don't forget, children under 18 must wear a helmet it's the law! Be a role model and wear your helmet, too! If you have questions please contact me through School Loop.

See you at the bike racks.

Mr. Baker


There has been a number of calls to the office concerning Math placement for students next year. We are in the process of waiting for the district to provide a Math Matrix which is based on multiple measures so we can make our school’s recommendations. All current 6th and 7th graders will be notified in the next two weeks what math class we recommend for next year. For those students who qualify for Algebra, we will have an Algebra information night May 3rd at 6:30 PM in the Multi-Use Room. Students and their families will have until Monday, May 8th to make their final decision if they are going to accelerate into Algebra or remain on the grade level pace for Math placement.



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