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  • FREE MEALS STARTING SEPTEMBER 8TH 2020/La entrega de alimentos en autobuses comienza el 8 de septiembre

    During Comprehensive Distance Learning (CDL), all meals will be delivered via bus routes. Deliveries will take place Monday through Friday on school days, starting Tuesday, Sept. 8, and will include both breakfast and lunch.

    Students will receive their meals free of charge.

    In addition to bus routes, there will be 6 locations where students can pick up their meals from 10:00 am - 11:00 am: RA Brown, Century, Lincoln Street, Poynter, South Meadows, and Evergreen.

    Durante el aprendizaje integral a distancia (CDL, por sus siglas en inglés), todos los alimentos se entregarán a través de autobuses. Las entregas se llevarán a cabo de lunes a viernes durante los días escolares, a partir del martes, 8 de septiembre e incluirán desayuno y almuerzo.

    Los estudiantes recibirán sus alimentos sin cargo alguno.

    Támbien habrá 6 lugares para recoger las comidas desde 10:00 - 11:00: RA Brown, Century, Lincoln Street, Poynter, South Meadows, and Evergreen.

     

    UPDATED MEAL DISTRIBUTION INFORMATION FOR APRIL 6-10

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  • Food Resources/ Recursos de Comida

    Please call ahead or check the organization's website for up to date information, as it changes rapidly. Most of the community food banks have limited toiletries

     Llame con anticipación o consulte el sitio web de la organización para obtener información actualizada, ya que cambia rápidamente. La mayoría de los bancos de alimentos de la comunidad tienen productos de higiene.

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  • HSD Resources/Recursos

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  • Pandemic EBT/EBT de la pandémica

    August 27, 2020 - If your student received free and reduced price meals in the 2019/20 school year, or attended a school where meals were free, they are eligible to receive the Pandemic EBT benefit (PEBT). Hillsboro School District submitted data of students who qualified to DHS over the summer. If you have questions about your benefit or if you have not received it by September 15, please call DHS directly at 503-945-6481 or email at EBTschoolmeals@dhsoha.state.or.us; you may also contact Lizzy Pettit in HSD’s Nutrition Services Department at petitte@hsd.k12.or.us or 503-844-1462.

    Si su estudiante recibió comidas gratuitas o a precio reducido en el año escolar 2019-2020, o asistió a una escuela donde los alimentos eran gratuitos, son elegibles para recibir el beneficio de EBT de la pandemia (PEBT, por sus siglas en inglés). El Distrito Escolar de Hillsboro presentó datos de estudiantes que calificaron al Departamento de Servicios Humanos (DHS, por sus siglas en inglés) durante el verano. Si tiene preguntas sobre su beneficio o si no lo ha recibido antes del 15 de septiembre, por favor llame directamente a DHS al 503-945-6481 o envíe un correo electrónico a EBTschoolmeals@dhsoha.state.or.us, también puede comunicarse con Lizzy Pettit en el Departamento de Servicios de Nutrición de HSD a petitte@hsd.k12.or.us o 503-844-1462. 

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  • Google Classroom

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    Teachers and Counselors will also provide office hours where they can support students and families and answer questions. Each individual teacher and counselor will communicate about their availability through their Google Classroom. Our school will be using  Google Classroom as our platform for distance learning. 

    How to use Google Classroom:English

    How to use Google Classroom:Spanish

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  • Greater Than Partnership

    6/3/20

    Dear Lincoln Street Families and Staff,

    I am thrilled to announce an amazing opportunity that has been presented to our school, beginning next year. Lincoln Street has been selected as a partner school by the Greater Than organization - a Portland-based nonprofit committed to reducing poverty-related barriers in education. 

    Each of our students and families will benefit from this “cradle-to-career” partnership, which supports children from birth through their post-secondary or career pathway employment. Most importantly, Greater Than leverages the supportive relationships they have in the community, with parents, educators, and other non-profits, to make the biggest impact model. 

    Elements of that impact model are as follows:

    1. Parent Leadership. Programming and support offerings are informed by parents and the community through authentic engagement. Support of parent advocacy efforts, creating opportunities and building connection to student’s school and creating opportunities for training and professional development for parents. Parents are involved in a continuous feedback loop.
    2. Racial Equity. Greater Than is deeply committed to addressing all forms of unjust bias. As an education nonprofit, they are keenly aware that the educational achievement gap is highly racialized and that racism profoundly affects the students and families they serve throughout their lives.  In order to achieve their mission of students thriving in school, college and career, a primary emphasis must be placed on racial equity.
    3. Program Development and Partnerships. Coordinating additional/supplemental academic intervention and family support efforts to provide equitable access to educational courses and attainment, early childhood education, and family stability.
    4. Post-Secondary Success. Coordinating efforts to ensure students graduate from high school academically, financially, and emotionally prepared for college, and have access to mentoring and case management supports to help them navigate their post-secondary plans.
    5. Impact and Evaluation. Ensuring students are engaged, with a strategic focus on transitions between elementary to middle and middle to high school. Using Early Warning Indicators to monitor student performance to inform program interventions as well as tracking student engagement indicators.  

    Even amidst the current COVID-19 reality, HSD and Greater Than are looking forward to getting started on planning conversations with district and community leaders, and with Lincoln Street parents, students, teachers and staff! Please stay tuned, as we are talking right now about the best ways to begin these conversations.

    Thank you,

    Carmen Brodniak

    Principal


    3 de junio de 2020

    Estimadas familias y personal de Lincoln Street:

    Estoy encantada de anunciar una increíble oportunidad que se ha presentado a nuestra escuela, comenzando el próximo año. Lincoln Street ha sido seleccionada como una escuela asociada por la organización Greater Than, una organización sin fines de lucro con sede en Portland dedicada a reducir barreras relacionadas con la pobreza en la educación. 

    Cada uno de nuestros estudiantes y familias se beneficiará de esta asociación de "cuna a la profesión", que apoya a los niños desde el nacimiento hasta su empleo postsecundario o camino profesional. Lo que es más importante, Greater Than aprovecha las conexiones de apoyo que tiene en la comunidad, con padres, con educadores y otras organizaciones sin fines de lucro, para lograr un modelo de mayor impacto. 

    Los elementos de ese modelo de impacto son los siguientes:

    1. Liderazgo de los padres. El ofrecimiento de programas y apoyo son informadas por los padres y la comunidad a través de un compromiso auténtico. El apoyo a los esfuerzos de abogacía de los padres, creando oportunidades y desarrollando conexiones con la escuela del estudiante y creando oportunidades de capacitación y desarrollo profesional para los padres. Los padres participan en un ciclo continuo en el que reciben consejos constructivos.
    2. Equidad racial. Greater Than está profundamente comprometida a abordar todas las formas de prejuicio injusto. Como una organización educativa sin fines de lucro, son muy conscientes de que la brecha en el rendimiento educativo está muy racializada y que el racismo afecta profundamente a los estudiantes y a las familias a las que sirven durante toda su vida. Para poder lograr su misión de que los estudiantes prosperen en la escuela, la universidad y su profesión, se debe poner un énfasis principal en la equidad racial.
    3. Desarrollo de programas y asociaciones. Se coordina la intervención académica adicional y suplementaria y los esfuerzos de apoyo familiar para proporcionar acceso equitativo a cursos y logros educativos, educación temprana y estabilidad familiar.
    4. Éxito postsecundario. Se coordina los esfuerzos para garantizar que los estudiantes se gradúen de la escuela preparatoria académica, financiera y emocionalmente para la universidad, y tengan acceso a los apoyos de mentoría y administración de casos para ayudarlos a navegar sus planes postsecundarios.
    5. Impacto y evaluación. Asegurar que los estudiantes participen, con un enfoque estratégico en las transiciones de la primaria a la secundaria y de la secundaria a la preparatoria. Usando indicadores de alerta temprana para monitorear el desempeño de los estudiantes para informar las intervenciones del programa, así como para monitorear los indicadores de participación estudiantil.  

    Incluso durante la situación actual de COVID-19, ¡HSD y Greater Than esperan con emoción comenzar a planificar las conversaciones con líderes del distrito y de la comunidad, y con los padres, estudiantes, maestros y el personal de Lincoln Street! Por favor, manténganse atentos, ya que estamos hablando en este momento sobre las mejores maneras de comenzar estas conversaciones.

    Atentamente,

    Carmen Brodniak

    Directora


     

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Principal's Message

  • Carmen Brodniak Dear Lincoln Street Families,

    It is with great pride and excitement that I am Principal of Lincoln Street Elementary School. I am excited to bring my skills as an educational leader to your son’s/daughter’s school and to collaborate with you as a partner in education to ensure your child’s success.

    Along with staff, I will work hard to continue the legacy of success established at Lincoln Street by building strong relationships with parents, students, staff, and community partners.  We will focus on character education initiatives through Positive Behavior Intervention Support, Capturing Kids Hearts, fostering a nurturing safe environment for children, use of data to inform instruction, consistent implementation of newly adopted English Language Arts to increase students’ achievement, by providing exciting and challenging enrichment opportunities for all students.

    The diverse student population at Lincoln Street Elementary School provides everyone with an awareness and appreciation for all cultures. The Lincoln Street staff are passionate, dedicated educators who set high standards of achievement so our young scholars can be successful. We are determined to drive rigorous engagement in literacy, writing, math, and science, and provide individualized opportunities for student growth. To ensure this happens, we collaborate regularly around student learning, challenge one another, and seek to continuously improvement in teaching and learning. We set high expectations for ourselves and our young scholars, and work together in the process of achieving those expectations.

    Thank you for trusting us with the education and caring development of your child. If you have questions or concerns that arise at any time, please do not hesitate to give your child’s teacher or me a call. Family support is a critical link to student achievement. We want to hear from you!

    In partnership,

    Carmen Brodniak

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