The mission of the Lincoln Crossing Elementary School team is to prepare our students with the skills, knowledge and attitudes to become lifelong learners and responsible, contributing members of society.
Each spring, WPUSD and LCES participate in state assessments that help us understand the effectiveness of our instruction and give you feedback on your child's progress in math, language arts, science and/or physical education.
We give the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) to students in grades 3-5, the new California Next Generation Science Standards assessment (CAST) to 5th graders, and our 5th graders also take a physical fitness assessment. Our testing window opens on Monday, April 23 and we hope to have all students assessed by Friday, 5/11. Most students will take their assessments the weeks of April 30 and May 7.
A letter describing the assessments was sent home recently, and you can find a copy of the letter here. If you have any questions about the specific dates your child is taking his/her assessments, please reach out to his/her teacher.
We get more feedback about before/after school pick up than almost anything else on campus! Anytime you have about 600 people coming and going from one place in a short window of time, things are bound to be congested.
Please remember that we provide supervision from 7:50-8:10 before school and 2:40-3 pm (1:40-2 pm on Mondays) after school. The parking area is typically less congested between 7:50-8 am and 2:50-3 pm/1:50-2 pm.
We need everyone to do their part to ensure that parking is as minimally stressful as possible. Our team's #1 goal is your student's safety. We ask children to wait behind the blue dots while they wait for a ride to ensure their safety, and we ask that you only pick up in designated areas so children aren't running between cars, cars aren't blocked into parking spots, and traffic doesn't get backed up as badly.