Lincoln Street News

January 2020

Message From the Principal

Dear families,

I hope that you were able to rest and enjoy family time during our winter break. Here are some District updates:


On Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2020, Governor Kate Brown issued a letter to the directors of the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and Oregon Department of Education (ODE) stating that as of Friday, Jan. 1, 2021, the health metrics guiding schools’ return to in-person learning should be considered advisory rather than mandatory. Our school district leadership has worked diligently over break, determining what this means for our students in HSD. District communication went out earlier and will continue at least biweekly, if not more frequently, based on available information and the health situation at the time.


School playgrounds and open fields are now available for community use. Families are welcome to use playgrounds and open fields during* and after school hours and do so at their own risk. (*Once schools resume in-person learning for students, playgrounds and open fields will be off-limits to the community during school hours.)

Turf fields and stadiums remain closed for any community use. ​

Tennis courts are open for use by Hillsboro Parks and Recreation and in accordance with existing agreements.

Playground equipment will not be sanitized by school staff, so visitors are encouraged to take health and safety precautions.

  • Follow state guidelines on outdoor recreation activities and face coverings.

  • Wash hands before and after visiting the playground.

  • Maintain physical distancing of at least 6 feet from people outside your immediate household.

  • Bring hand sanitizer or sanitizing wipes for use on surfaces that you touch.

  • Stay home if you are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days.

  • Symptoms include cough, fever and shortness of breath.

I hope you all have a safe and positive month of January. Please reach out to your teachers or call the school if you need our assistance with anything.

Carmen Brodniak


School Counselor And Student Success Coach Message

Hi Parents,

Congrats, you’ve made it to the new year with 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 Words that Work. We believe words are powerful in raising the self-esteem of children. We know you will enjoy it!

Click here for our newsletter: January Newsletter


Emely Rojas


Jennifer Williams

Student Success Coach

Inclement Weather

Hazardous road conditions during inclement weather can impact our buses’ ability to access their normal meal delivery routes. Therefore, if there are days when our buses cannot travel safely throughout our district, we may activate inclement weather bus routes in some areas.

Transportation department has divided our district into zones. In some of these zones, there are inclement weather bus routes that are different than regular bus routes. Check the map on our Inclement Weather webpage to identify your zone, and see the list of inclement weather bus routes for each zone. If the zone in which your home is located is not listed, your bus stop for meal pick-up will remain the same, even if inclement weather bus routes are activated.

We will announce inclement weather bus route activations on FlashAlert Newswire, on our District website, and social media sites if they are necessary. Please contact Transportation with any questions, 503-844-1123.

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

Mrs. Ramirez

Mrs. Ramirez class have been learning about identifying signs of mathematician and developing writers.

Click here: Student Learning in Mrs. Ramirez's class

Mr. Carceles

Mr. Carceles class is working with decimals and they did an art activity where they had to create a design. After creating it, they found the relationship between each color and the decimal, the fraction, and the percentage each one represent.

Here is the link:Padlet

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Upcoming Events~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Pick Up For Materials, Supplies, and Food

Please join us on Wednesday, January 13th from 8:30 am - 6:30 pm or Thursday, January 14th from 1:00 pm - 6:30 pm to pick up school supplies, computer mouse, and literacy books for the new trimester.

You can drive or walk up to the gym doors by the parking lot at a time that is convenient for you during the times and days listed above. Please remember to wear your mask. We want everyone to stay safe and healthy.

* There will also be food items available for pick up on a first-come, first-serve basis.

NO SCHOOL - January 18th and 29th

Monday, January 18 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Friday, January 29 - Teacher Grade Prep

Jan. 20 - Free Food Market


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

Jan. 21 - SPED Parent Partnership (District Zoom Meeting)

SPED Parent Partnership Zoom Meeting
January 21, 2021 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 991 1974 4726
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Spirit Week - January 25-29

Tuesday, January 26 - Students of the month announced in each class.

Wednesday, January 27- Wear school colors (green, silver, and white)

Friday, January 29 - Twin Day (Dress like a friend.) We will sing our school pledge also.

Parent workshop

FREE family workshop series every Tuesday in January. The topics all relate to mental health and are titled "How to help your kids engage in virtual learning". Families must sign up for each session on EventBrite. Spanish sessions are 5-6 pm and English sessions are 6-7 pm. Zoom links to join and other information in the following links.

Help Your Kids Engage Virtual Learning - Spanish Help Your kids Engage Virtual Learning - English

Spanish sessions:

First Session

Second Session

Third Session

English sessions:

First Session

Second Session

Third Session



Just a friendly reminder that our office is closed to the public. Our office hours are from 7:30am-3:30pm please contact our office at 503-844-1160 prior to schedule an appointment. Thank you!

Breakfast/Lunch Distribution

Onsite meal distribution at Lincoln Street Elementary


You may have a bus stop where meals are delivered to. Please visit the following link to see, MyBus Student Route Look-up tool


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!