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Lincoln Unified School District located in Stockton,
California and serves more than 8,500 students at 14 "learning centers" throughout
the subdivisions of Brookside, Colonial Heights,
Lincoln Village, and Parkwoods
in the northwestern
section of the city.
Lincoln USD voters at-large elect trustees. Trustees serve four-year terms with a two-term limit effective November 2000.
The Board typically meets the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month. Most regular meetings begin with a closed session of the Board directly following Call to Order. The Board resumes open session at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise posted. Additional meetings may be called as necessary.
Susan Lenz (Accountant), President
Paul Canepa (Business Owner), Vice President/Clerk
Dean Andal (Businessman)
Dr. Everett L. Low (Dentist)
Ted Bestolarides (Accountant)
Kelsey Natsuhara (Student) Student Member
The following is the mission statement of the Lincoln Unified School District:
Our Mission Is to educate all students to achieve their maximum potential and to prepare them to be responsible citizens. It will be achieved by believing:
High expectations are essential to high achievement;
Everyone has the right and responsibility to achieve their highest potential;
All people need to experience personal success;
Everyone has a gift for learning;
Everyone learns at different rates and in a variety of ways;
Everyone has the right to be physically and emotionally safe;
Both education and communication are the shared responsibility of student, family, school, and community;
Knowledge and valuing of ethnic and cultural diversity promotes understanding and respect.
And by pledging that we shall:
Make all decisions based strictly on what is best for our students;
Create an environment where all students will succeed;
Expect the best effort from everyone;
Not tolerate discrimination in any form;
Treat others, ourselves, and our environment with respect;
Model and expect a high standard of ethics, responsibility, and self reliance;
Continuously promote open and honest communication;
Address unmet expectations.
It is the policy of the Lincoln Unified School District not to unlawfully discriminate on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race, ancestry, national origin, color, religion, marital status, age, or mental or physical disability in the educational programs or activities which it operates.
Lincoln School District Education Center
- 2010 West Swain Rd.
School (K-8) - 2962 Brookside Road
Claudia Landeen Elementary School (K-8) - 4128 Feather River Drive
Colonial Heights School
(K-8) - 8135 Balboa Avenue
Don Riggio Elementary School (K-8) - 3110 Brookside Road
John R Williams Elementary School
- 2450 Meadow Avenue
Elementary School - 818 West Lincoln Rd. The Lincoln school district encompasses 14 "learning centers", the first of which, named Lincoln Elementary School, a one-room country school, opened on the corner of an empty field five miles north of Stockton in 1878 and still exists today, although it has undergone a complete renovation.
Lincoln Elementary Schoolwas established in 1878 with twenty nine students was
located along Lower Sacramento Road, now Pacific Avenue just south of
the present Lincoln Grammar School. Eight grades were taught. The school
was in use until the late 1950s. The school entrance is now from
Gettysburg and Lincoln Rd.
Lincoln High School- 6844 Alexandria Place
Mabel Barron Elementary School
(K-8) - 6835 Cumberland Place - Built in 1975, Mable Barron School was named after the first superintendent of the Lincoln Unified School District. When opened, the school consisted of a main building and multi-use room and an enrollment of approximately 300 K-6 students. Subsequently, a west wing of five self-contained classrooms was built, and later five portable classrooms were added. As a result of Lincoln district's successful 1990 bond election, a new classroom wing was completed in spring 1992.
Mabel Barron has an enrollment of approximately 725 students.
McCandless Alternative Education Center - 2020 West Swain Rd.
Sierra Middle School (7-8)
- 6768 Alexandria Place
Village Oaks High School (Alternative) - A number of years ago state law was passed that requires school districts to provide a continuation program in districts with a high school enrollment over 100 students. In response, Lincoln Unified Continuation High School was started in November 1966
The summer of 1973 it was decided that the name, location, and principal of Lincoln Continuation High School would be changed. Mr. Dick Gaedtke became the principal and the school was moved to its present location at the corner of Harrisburg and McClellan.
The school was subsequently renamed Sture Larsson High School after one of Lincoln Unified's most respected principals, Sture Larsson, who had died years earlier after serving as principal of three of Lincoln Unified's schools.
Sture Larsson High School remains at this location, serving 100 students with six full-time teachers, three part-time paraprofessionals, a staff secretary, and a counselor and principal shared with the John McCandless High School. After 28 years, Larsson was completely remodeled during the 2002 - 2003 school year.
Tully C. Knoles Elementary School (K-8)
- 6511 Clarksburg Place
The district serves more than 8,500 students with just one comprehensive high school, one alternative high school, an independent learning center (grades 7-12), two community day schools (K-6 and 7-12), one middle school (7-8), two elementary schools serving grades K-6, and seven elementary schools serving grades K-8.