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Lincoln School provides students with multiple opportunities to participate in a variety of co-curricular activities. Participation in co-curricular activities helps students to achieve balance in their academic, physical, social, and emotional development.

Eligibility - Students participating in co-curricular activities must be in good academic standing, have good attendance, and demonstrate satisfactory behavior:

  • Students with a score of “1” on any area of their report card are considered on academic probation and must be able to demonstrate that they are making the effort to improve their score.
  • Students who are considered “chronically absent” (including chronic tardies) are not eligible to participate in co-curricular activities until they demonstrate an improvement in their attendance.

  • Students who receive three or more Minor Office Discipline Referrals (Minor ODRs) or one Major Office Discipline Referral (Major ODR) are not eligible to participate in co-curricular activities unless the Learning Director approves a Behavior Contract.

Athletics - Lincoln School participates in an interscholastic athletic program in which our teams compete with other elementary schools in the district. During the fall, students may participate in Cross Country. During the spring, students may participate in Track and Field. The school will issue athletic uniforms to participants. It is the responsibility of each athlete to take care of his/her uniform and return it undamaged at the end of the season. Students may be asked to pay for uniforms that are lost or damaged beyond normal wear and tear.

Oral Interpretation - Students in 1st through 5th grade are encouraged to participate in the KCUSD Oral Interpretation program. Selected students present their oral selection to the school and compete at the KCUSD Oral Interpretation Festival which is usually held in October.

Student Council - Students in 4th and 5th grades have the opportunity to participate, if elected, as an officer in Student Council by submitting their name as a nominee and running for an office. Students in 3rd-5th grades may participate in Student Council as Classroom Representatives by submitting their name as a nominee and running for a classroom representative seat. Student Council officers take a role in assisting with planning and conducting student activities. Officers and representatives have the opportunity to advise the school staff on ideas for student activities.

Co-Curricular Activities

  • After-School Program (ASP)

  • Anti-Bullying Awareness

  • End-of-the-Year Activities

  • Family Fun Night

  • Family Science, Technology, Art, Engineering, and Math (STEAM) Night

  • Fifth Grade End-of-the-Year Program and Awards

  • Grade-level field trips

  • KCUSD Fair

  • Kindergarten and Transitional Kindergarten End-of-the-Year Program

  • Math and Reading Interventions

  • Parenting Partners / Latino Family Literacy

  • Pastries With Parents

  • Second Step Program

  • Read Across America

  • Reedley Fiesta

  • Trimester Awards (Responsible Award, Respectful Award, Kind Award, Safe Award, Panther Pride Award (Grades 2-5), Academic Award (Grades 2-5), 100% Homework Award

  • Winter Holiday Program

Co-Curricular Activities Include:

After School Program



Student Council

Visual and Performing Arts