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Parent Involvement Opportunities

Parents are highly involved in their children’s education at Lincoln Street School. Parents work closely with their students on a daily basis and frequently with Lincoln Street teachers. Under the guidance of supervising teachers, parents teach at home and are provided with the necessary tools to do so.
 
Parents are also included in field trips and may volunteer to serve the school in many ways. Opportunities are also provided for parents to gather to exchange ideas with each other. Surveys to students and parents are given annually as an additional opportunity for input.
 
For further information on parent involvement opportunities, please contact the school at (530) 528-7301.
 

introducing our family success liaison - andrea martin
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Andrea Martin- Family Success Liaison

As the Lincoln Street School Family Success Liaison, Andrea works directly with families to help them succeed.

Andrea is passionate about helping people, cheers people on, and focuses on a strengths-based approach at Lincoln Street School.
 
What services does she provide?
  • Checks in to see how families are doing
  • Identifies community resources
  • Assists families in accessing resources for basic needs (food, shelter, access to health care)
  • Maintains positive relationships with community partners
  • Provides strategies to help families and students to get involved in our community
  • Assists in developing school wide family and child engagement opportunities
  • Focuses on social emotional learning strategies to help families succeed
  • Helps address barriers families may be facing due to adverse experiences and/or trauma
  • Refers families to local helping agencies
  • Leads monthly Parent Club to empower homeschool families
  • Leads weekly Parent Chat to help homeschool families connect and relate
  • Leads monthly SEL Kids movement with students
  • Helps families see the good and focus on strengths
 

MINDFUL MOMENT MONDAY
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This week, let's think about what it feels like to "walk in someone else's shoes."  Empathy helps us all in more ways than you may ever know.

2-1-1 Resources
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2-1-1 is the comprehensive information and referral service for Tehama County, Shasta County and Siskiyou County that connects its callers and website users with information about local health and human services that are available. The services they provide range from filling basic needs to providing information on art and recreational activities (many of which are free or low cost). 
 
Accessing services:
  • Dial 2-1-1 from any phone in Tehama, Shasta & Siskiyou Counties (local phone numbers only)
  • Text zip code to 898211 (TXT211)
  • Visit website at www.211norcal.org
Visit the 2-1-1 website for more contact information.
 
Some examples of resources provided by 2-1-1:
  • Food & clothing
  • Housing & shelter
  • Utility assistance
  • Substance abuse services
  • Employment services
  • Health & mental health services
  • Senior & Veteran services
Visit the 2-1-1 website for more available services.
 

Call Specialists are available to assist 24/7.

Parent chat with andrea
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Take some time to connect with other parents. Starting October 1, Andrea will host three virtual parent chats every Thursday. See times below.
 
Parent Chat Times Every Thursday:
Coffee with Andrea: 8-9 a.m.
Visit: meet.google.com/cde-dkxj-ptf
Phone: ‪(US) +1 904-330-1128‬ PIN: ‪434 527 216‬#
 
Lunch Bunch with Andrea: 12-1 p.m.
Phone: (US) +1 470-273-8648‬ PIN: ‪208 805 195‬#
 
End the Day with Andrea: 3-4 p.m.
Phone: ‪(US) +1 307-228-1105‬ PIN: ‪163 761 810‬#
 
Looking for a one-on-one meeting? Andrea is available by appointment every Thursday for in-person meetings, and is also available via virtual chat or by phone.