Lincoln School of Early Learning

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South Coast Head Start, a no cost early childhood educational program for low-income families, is currently open and still enrolling children for our current school year!

South Coast Head Start, a program of Oregon Coast Community Action, offers education and support services to qualifying families at no cost! The program offers fun, researched-based curriculum, healthy meals, inclusive services for children with disabilities, and health screenings with follow-up support for all enrolled children. Services are available for pregnant mothers to children age 5.

We have expanded program options with Baby Promise and Preschool Promise in select areas. Priority for enrollment is based on child age, family income, disabilities, and other factors that demonstrate a need for services. Children in foster care, experiencing homeless, or receiving public assistance are automatically eligible for services.

The Head Start approach to school readiness means that children are ready for school, families are ready to support their children’s learning, and schools are ready for children. Head Start is a leader in the early childhood field with a strong, clear, and comprehensive focus on all aspects of healthy development, including physical, cognitive, and social/emotional development, all of which are essential to children being ready for school.

To apply, or more information please call us at 541-888-3717 ext. 204 or visit our website at https://www.orcca.us/head-start or email us at enroll@orcca.us

Click names to contact via email:

K – Amy May
K – Forest Martin
K – Jennifer Boettcher
K – Sarah Lloyd
1st –Elissa Coonce
1st – Cassie Green
1st – Rebecca Jones
1st – Mary Novak
Kindergarten Transition Program Paraprofessional – Emily Howell
Kindergarten Transition Program Paraprofessional – Megan Wiltermood-Smith
Speech – Wendy Smith
Reading Intervention – Michele Crook

Click names to contact via email:

Coordinator – Holli Henthorn

Educational Assistants:
Julie Carlson
Logan Chard
Michelle Etienne
Shauna Ingram

Other Support Staff:
School Nurse – Brandi Edwards
SPED Teacher – Laura Leggett
School Counselor – Michele Bullington
Speech/Language Pathologist – Wendy Smith
Occupational Therapist – Emma Dane
Special Programs Director – Wayne Gallagher
ELL Director – Armando Ruiz
Head Cook – Lori Tatum
Custodian – Becca Fisher

Daycare Billing
Stephanie Donaldson
541.396.2181 x 1201

1366 N. Gould, Coquille, OR 97423
P. (541) 396-2811
F. (541) 396-7351

Early Release FRIDAYS Start November 20th

Pre-K AM Release time 11:00am
Pre-K PM No changes to your schedule
K & 1st grade release time 12:15pm
If your child rides a bus they will arrive home 2 hours earlier on Fridays.

Dear Lincoln Families,

On Friday, Oct. 30th, Governor Brown announced a new set of state metrics for opening schools and the guidelines put forth by Oregon Department of Education have changed again. With these changes, more students are being allowed to attend school on site if the county wide metrics are met but this comes with stricter safety guidelines we must follow. It also will effect space in our buildings, resources and transportation.

Some of the changes you will see at Lincoln will be stricter rules with face coverings. The new guidelines specify that all students and staff must wear masks at ALL times. Face shields will NO longer be allowed and gaiters will only be allowed if they are 2 ply. We ask that Lincoln families be able to comply with these new guidelines by Monday, November 9th.
Students will be required to wear masks at school in the classroom and at recess time. We will, however, have socially distanced spaces available in classrooms for mask breaks. Students will also be able to have mask breaks at recess in a socially distanced appropriate place. Please remember that students will not be punished but be encouraged to follow the rule with reminders and positive reinforcement.

Our weekly schedule will also change. Students in Kindergarten and 1st grade will be attending school on Monday- Thursday with half days on Fridays. PK schedule will not change. This schedule change will ensure that all of our students PK-6th grade will be able to access their education either as distance learners or in person. Lincoln is working hard with CVE, the district office, transportation, and food service to determine firm schedules.

We want to thank you for all your support and flexibility in this unusual school year. Remember we are here to help and answer your questions. You can check the school district website for updates and if you have any questions, please contact the Lincoln School office at 396-2811.

Thanks again, Amy Flora

Kindergarten & Kindergarten Transition Program (Pre-K) schedule 2020-2021

Kindergarten & First Grade drop-off (between 7:50-8:10am) – 2:15pm
Kindergarten Transition Program (Pre-K) AM: drop-off (between 7:50-8:10am) – 11:45am
Kindergarten Transition Program (Pre-K) PM: 11:00am – 2:15pm
Make sure all articles of clothing and other possessions are labeled with your child’s name, especially jackets and backpacks so, if lost, we can locate the owner quickly. Lost and found items are donated at the end of the year.

Be sure to view this year’s Supply ListAll students need to have a change of clothes and shoes in their classroom at all times.

Online registration is for Winter Lakes Schools only.  Registration for all other schools will be in paper form.

About Lincoln School of Early Learning!

Welcome to Lincoln School of Early Learning. We are excited for the 2020-2021 school year to begin. We look forward to the adventures this school year will hold.

About Our School

Lincoln School of Early Learning is unique in that we educate children from the age of 30 months to 10 years old. Our Pre-School/Child Development Center opens at 7:00am and closes at 5:45pm Monday through Friday. Our school hours are 8:00am to 4:00pm. We can be reached at 541-396-2811.

We look forward to the adventures this school year will hold!

Tips for Success

Enjoy your time as a LION!

Keep a positive attitude!

Good manners are welcome and appreciated everywhere!

Stay to the right-hand side of the hallways whenever possible to avoid traffic problems!

Ask your teacher when you need help with class work!

Talk to your parent, teacher, or principal if you  have a personal or school related problem. Try to resolve it early!

Create a reputation of being an honest, hard worker!

Get to school on time and your mind in a mode for learning!

Do your homework promptly and use your class time well!

Reading
Gamequarium
Starfall
Kindersite
Get Ready To Read
ictGames
PBS Kids
Tumblebooks
HMH Educators
Cool Math
Aplus Math
Funbrain
Primary Games
Math is Fun
Math Playground
Learning Planet

Writing
Read Write Think

Science
National Geographic
Enchanted Learning
Smithsonian Zoo
OR Coast Aquarium

Just For Fun
Disney Games
Seussville

Continue to build a good reputation for yourself. Be sure to include the character traits of trustworthiness, respectfulness, responsibility, caring, fairness, and good citizenship!