Lincoln Unified School District
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.
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
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.
- Lincoln High School (9-12)
- Village Oaks High School (9-12)
- Sierra Middle School, (7-8)
- Claudia Landeen
- Colonial Heights
- Mable Barron
- Don Riggio
- Tully C. Knoles
- John R. Williams
- Lincoln Elementary
- Independent Learning Center (7-12)