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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:
             TK-5th              2017
(Glencoe)K-5th 2014
Reflections (Harcourt)
        K – 6th          2007
California Science (Houghton Mifflin)
     K – 6th      2007
Read Naturally
1st – 8th
Lexia Core 5
           TK – 5th                   Lexia PowerUp        6th – 8th   
 Math (Glencoe)
 6th – 8th   2013
Medieval and Early Modern Times (Prentice Hall)
          7th            2006
Focus on Life Science (Glencoe Science)
           7th             2007
K – 8th
Language Arts CACollections
            6th – 8th             2017
MathFASTT Math America History of Our Nation (Prentice Hall)
            8th              2006
Focus on Physical Science (Glencoe Science)
           8th             2007
Phonemic Awareness kit (Scholastic)
                K                   2000
United StreamingDiscovery Education-Supplemental
K – 8th
Calendar Math

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.