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Academics

What does Lincoln Street School provide?

All textbooks and supplies are provided.
We use standards based, state adopted texts current in all curriculum areas
Reading/Language Arts Mathematics History Science Supplemental
 Language Arts:
 (Journeys)
 TK-5th             
 2017
 McGraw-Hill
 (Glencoe)
 TK-5th 
 2014
 
 TK - 8th
 2019
                     
 
California Science
 (Houghton Mifflin)
 K - 6th      
 2007
 Study Island
 TK - 8th
 
 TK - 5th               
 Lexia PowerUp
 6th - 8th   
 
 Math
 (Glencoe)
 6th - 8th   2013
 
 Focus on Life Science
 (Glencoe Science)
 7th           
 2007
 Dibels
 K - 8th
 Language Arts
 CA Collections
 6th - 8th           
 2017
 
 
 
 Focus on
 Physical Science 
 (Glencoe Science)
 8th             
 2007
 
 Phonemic Awareness
 Kit
 (Scholastic)
 TK/K                 
 2000
 
   
 
Health
 7th-8th
 2019
 
 Discovery Education
 TK - 8th
       

 Calendar Math
 TK-2nd
 
       
 
 NWEA MAP
 TK - 8th
 
       
 
 Read Naturally
 1st - 8th
 


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What is the Exemplary Independent Study Recognition Award (EISRA)?
 
The Exemplary Independent Study Recognition Award (EISRA) is a joint project of the California Consortium for Independent Study (CCIS) and the California Department of Education (CDE) that recognizes excellent educational practices in public schools where independent study is the primary mode of instruction. The EISRA is based on the Elements of Exemplary Independent Study. (Local Education Agency Support, Teacher Quality, Student Admissions, Standard Aligned Teacher and Materials, Student Achievement, School Leadership and School Culture.  We are proud to say that Lincoln Street Independent School holds this recognition.
 
What is the (Academic Performance Index) API?
The Academic Performance Index (API) is a single number, ranging from a low of 200 to a high of 1000, which reflects a school’s performance level, based on the results of statewide testing. Its purpose is to measure the academic performance and growth of schools.  The API was established by the Public School Accountability Act (PSAA), a landmark state law passed in 1999 that created a new academic accountability system for K-12 public education in California.