Lincoln Unified School District

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Lincoln Unified School District is located in Stockton, California and serves more than 9,200 students at 13 "learning centers" throughout the northwestern region of the city.

School Board[edit]

Starting with the 2014 elections, there are five trustee voting areas. Trustees serve four-year terms with a two-term limit (effective November 2000).

The Board typically meets the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month. Most regular meetings begin with a closed session of the Board directly following Call to Order. The Board resumes open session at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise posted. Additional meetings may be called as necessary.

  • Don Ruhstaller (Businessman), President
  • Kathleen Solari (Accountant), Vice President/Clerk
  • Van Ha To-Cowell (Teacher)
  • Ted Bestolarides (Accountant)
  • Susan Lenz (Accountant)
  • Albert Liang (Student) Student Member

Schools[edit]

The school district encompasses 13 "learning centers", the first of which, named Lincoln Elementary, a one-room country school, opened on the corner of an empty field five miles north of Stockton in 1878 and still exists today, although it has undergone a complete renovation.

The district serves more than 9,200 students with one comprehensive high school, two alternative high schools, an independent learning center (grades 7-12), one middle school (7-8), two elementary schools serving grades K-6, and six elementary schools serving grades K-8.

High Schools[edit]

  • Lincoln High School (9-12)
  • Sture Larsson High School, (Alternative, 11-12)
  • John McCandless High School, (Alternative, 9-12)

Middle Schools[edit]

  • Sierra Middle School, (7-8)

Elementary Schools[edit]

K-8 Schools[edit]

  • Brookside
  • Claudia Landeen
  • Colonial Heights
  • Mable Barron
  • Don Riggio
  • Tully C. Knoles

K-6 Schools[edit]

  • John R. Williams
  • Lincoln Elementary

Other Facilities[edit]

  • Independent Learning Center (7-12)


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