education, Stockton

Lincoln Unified Adjusts Boundaries


STOCKTON, CA – Attendance boundaries in five Lincoln Unified areas have been revised by the Lincoln Unified School District Board of Trustees, effective April 4, 2011.

In making these revisions, the Board designated all children (including those unborn or
not presently adopted) whose parents/guardians reside in the modified regions as of
May 26, 2011, as eligible to attend the original neighborhood school, contingent upon
space available. Homeowners will not be considered residents unless the home is their
primary residence on May 26, 2011.

Residents in these regions whose children are not yet enrolled in Lincoln USD schools
must complete an address verification form, along with a copy of their most recent
PG&E bill. Forms will be accepted until 4:00 PM on Thursday, May 26, 2011, and are
available at any K-6/8 Lincoln USD school or the Education Center, 2010 W. Swain Rd.

The adopted changes allocate part of the Mable Barron attendance area to the John R.
Williams zone; Colonial Heights will gain some of Lincoln Elementary’s zone;
Tully C. Knoles will lose part of its area to Mable Barron and another part of its area to
Lincoln Elementary; and Claudia Landeen will add a portion of the Brookside
attendance area. A map of the boundary revisions is posted on the district website:
http://www.lusd.net

For questions, please call 953-8712.

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