Lincoln Street News

November 2020

Message From The Principal

Greetings,


We want to thank our families who attended the coffee chats with the principal last week. Please visit our school Website at https://www.hsd.k12.or.us/lincolnstreet to access the presentation.


You should have received an email and a text message regarding our parent conferences that will take place on November 10 & 12. Our primary grade levels conferences will be scheduled for 25 minutes, and our intermediate grade levels for 15 minutes. Please use this link to sign up for your conference.


We look forward to seeing you all during our conferences.

Message from our Counselor and Student Success Coach

Hi Parents,


Congrats, you’ve made it to the second month of Comprehensive Distance Learning (CDL)! We extend our gratitude for all of your support throughout this time. This month we wanted to give some helpful tips on Child Development. We believe knowing the stages of Child Development are essential to setting appropriate expectations, especially during CDL. The Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has laid out the developmental milestones for each Elementary age. The CDC pinpoints the recommended emotional and cognitive milestones for each age group. Feel free to use the attached links to familiarize yourselves with the recommended milestones for your child.


For more information

Cares Act Community Wide Childcare Grant

CARES Act Community Wide Childcare Grant from Washington County available to all HSD families and community members that are essential workers or have been negatively impacted by Covid 19. Please review the flyer for additional information on how to apply for this grant.

321 Insight for Parents

Parents can now access some of the key 321 Insight videos regarding socio-emotional learning for free.

Parent access to 321 Insight Key Videos

Go To: www.321insight.com

Click Log In

Username: hillsboro

Password: parent

~~~~~~~~~~Virtual Learning~~~~~~~~~~

Mrs. Nees

Mrs. Nees class has been learning how to access all the programs they need in order to be a successful learner, building community in their classroom, discovering new friends and different ways to connect with them safely with social distancing and COVID-19 in mind.

Mrs. Gallardo

Mrs Gallardo's class have been working with their Maravilla's workbook, students have been learning about how people respond to natural disasters and are learning how our actions affect others.

~~~~~~~~~~Upcoming events~~~~~~~~~~

Nov. 6, 11-13, 26-27- No School

Nov. 6: Work Day/Family Conference Prep

Nov.11: Veterans Day

Nov. 12: Conferences 8:00am-8:00pm

Nov.13: No school, no conferences

Nov.26-27: Thanksgiving break

Nov.10 & Nov.12- Virtual Conferences

Nov.10- Conferences 4:00pm-8:00pm

Nov. 12: Conferences 8:00am-8:00pm


Click here to schedule your conference: https://www.ptcfast.com/schools/Lincoln_Street_Elementary

Spirit Week

Nov 24: Wear school colors (green, silver, and white)

Students of the month announced in each class.

Nov.25: Spirit week theme: Crazy Hair Day!

School Pledge

Nov.18- Free Food Market

Nov.18- 11:30-1:00pm

Come access free, healthy fruit, vegetables, and pantry staples for you and your family!

~~~~~~~~~~Reminders~~~~~~~~~~

office

Just a friendly reminder that our office hours are from 7:30am-3:15pm. If you need to get a hold of the office or check out a chomebook. Please contact 503-844-1160. Upon your arrival, there is a number outside of our doors, next to the parking lot in order for our office staff to come assist you. Thank you!

parentvue

ParentVUE is a web portal that allows parents to access real-time information related to their student's education progress. Please make sure your information is accurate and up to date. Thank you!

https://www.hsd.k12.or.us/parentvue

breakfast/lunch distribution

Onsite meal distribution at Lincoln Street Elementary

11:45am-12:45pm

Visit MyBus Student Route Look-up tool