Welcome

Welcome to Lindo Park! We are passionate about teaching and learning! We teach students to excel in global society, where we integrate research-based curriculum in a 21st Century environment. We focus on critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration! We specialize in providing students with unique pathways to higher learning through innovative arts, sciences, and technology. I look forward to our time together and cannot wait to learn alongside everyone. Let’s Soar High Falcons in academics and achievement!!

If you ever have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me.
Tessa Green
(619) 390-2656
tgreen@lsusd.net

Mission

It is the mission of Lindo Park Elementary School to ensure high levels of learning for all students.  Through mutual respect within the total community, our students will grow and learn in a positive atmosphere where staff, students, and parents together are enthusiastic about the teaching and learning process. We will work collaboratively to ensure students become productive, responsible citizens. Students will engage in dynamic, rigorous, relevant curriculum. Students will develop abilities, which enable them to contribute to society. Students will achieve their goals in a safe, nurturing, and respectful school environment.

Vision 

We believe that the most promising strategy for achieving the mission of our school is to develop our capacity to function as a professional learning community.  Our vision is to:

  • Unite to achieve a common purpose and goals for all students.
  • Work together — interdependently — in collaborative teams
  • Seek and implement promising strategies for improving students learning on a continuous basis
  • Monitor each student’s progress on a frequent basis
  • Demonstrate a personal commitment to the academic success and general well-being of each student

Districtwide Announcements:

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2021-2022 Registration is Happening Now!

Registration is required for the following students:

  • Incoming Transitional Kindergarten (TK) Students (TK is ONLY for those who turn 5 between September 2 and December 2, 2021)
  • Incoming Kindergarten Students
  • Incoming Students NEW to LUSD
  • Incoming Students RETURNING to LUSD after attending another district.

See the registration checklist below for a step-by-step guide to registering your child. You may also visit the Enrollment Page for all additional enrollment information. When you are ready to submit your completed packet you may visit the Registration Scheduler to make your appointment.

*Evening registration hours until 6:00 pm on June 10th. Appointment required for evening slots.  

Announcements:

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2021 – 2022 Classroom Supply List

Home of the Lindo Park Falcons

  • Students excel in Global Society, Where we Integrate Research-Based Curriculum in a 21st Century Environment
  • Focus on Critical Thinking, Creativity, Communication, and Collaboration
  • Provide Students with Unique Pathways to Higher Learning through Innovative Arts, Sciences & Technology
  • Neighborhood School Serving the Lakeside Community for More than 60 Years

Enroll Today!

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Important Information:

COVID-19 Prevention Program

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After School Clubs

Spanish Club

Spanish Club is an excellent program that usually takes place once a week after school. Students must register for Spanish Club. Students meet with Mrs. Rodriguez and Mrs. Shedrick to learn conversational Spanish through games, songs, interactive activities and learn about Spanish culture. Students also learn and perform traditional folk dances! Don’t miss out!

Dance/Choir

Cass meets with Mrs. Smith every Thursday from 2:10-4:00 pm after school in the Multipurpose Room.  Dance/Choir is for 4th and 5th grade only. Students must be interested in BOTH Chorus and Dance and must attend ALL rehearsals and performances throughout the school year.

No previous dance or chorus experience is necessary to be part of the group, but extreme focus and dedication is expected.  The class begins with a familiar warm up dance.  Then students practice breathing exercises and vocal warm ups to improve tone and voice quality.  They also practice singing pieces for upcoming performances.  The last half of class is dedicated to dance and choreography. 

Performances include but are not limited to:  The Spirit of Christmas (downtown main street), The Winter Extravaganza, Founder's Day, Run For The Arts, Festival of the Arts, Del Mar Fair and more. 

If you have any questions regarding this program, feel free to call Mrs. Smith at (619) 390-2656 (x6512) or e-mail her at psmith@lsusd.net.

Dance Club

Dance Club is for 2nd and 3rd grade students. It is led by Sandy Patterson and Aubri McWay 

Science Club

Interested 4th and 5th grade students will participate in a variety of after-school activities such as; Structures, Perplexing Powders, Mirror Magic, Barge Building, Science Triathlon, and a few other chosen activities.  Selected students will be able to participate at Science Field Day which is held at Lakeside Middle School in mid May. 

More details to follow!  Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Suzy Bass at 390-2656 (x6508) and/or sbass@lsusd.net.

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Tech Ninjas

Tech Ninjas are responsible for providing support to primary students who are having technology problems/issues with their devices in class. They will also ensure that students are following and respecting classroom expectations at all times.

Students will be on duty once a week until the end of the school year. Duty will be the first 20 minutes of their regular lunchtime. Then they will have the rest of lunch to eat and play. Furthermore, students were selected due to their great leadership at school and have set an excellent example for all students.

The Tech Ninja duties include:

  • Assist and mentor students during technology problems and monitor classroom to make sure students are being responsible.
  • Obey all school rules; set a good example for other children, be responsible, respectful and safe.
  • Become familiar with technological solutions on the I Pad.
  • Use “Falcon Tickets” to reward students who are being responsible, respectful and safe
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Playground Leaders

The Playground Leaders Program is responsible for providing a safe, positive and happy environment for students who play on the primary playground. Students will monitor the different playground games and ensure that all playground rules are followed.

Students will be on duty once a week during the primary grade level recess and lunch until the end of the school year. They will be responsible for eating breakfast before school starts and lunch will be at their usual time. Furthermore, students were selected due to their great leadership at school and have set an excellent example for all students.

The Playground Leaders duties include:

  • Assist students during playground games and disputes.
  • Obey all school rules; set a good example for other children, be responsible, respectful and safe.
  • Makes sure all equipment is put away.
  • Always wear full playground leader uniform (Yellow Vest & Clipboard)
  • Use “Falcon Tickets” to reward students who are being responsible, respectful and safe.
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Internet Sites

Here at Lindo Park School we want to do all we can to make any information you need easily accessible. Here you can find useful Internet Sites your children can visit at home to continue honing their skills. If you are looking for forms, please visit the Office section of our website. You can also request forms at our school office. We would be glad to give you a copy.

Welcome to Lindo Park Elementary School

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