CHANGE FOR CHANGE begins from now until Christmas break. This money goes directly to feed around 200 children in a small village Makanda, in Malawi,AFRICA for Christmas. For most of these children it will be the only full meal they have received in months.

 Last year 12 children in Ms. Nofer’s 1st and 2nd grade at LINCOLN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY class brought joy to children half way across our globe; they raised almost double our goal.

I am reminded of the story of the loaves and fishes in Matthew and I would not be surprised if those pennies, nickels and dimes were not touched by our Lord to bring other needed supplies to a sister school! 
This year it was decided to make it a school-wide endeavorChange cups will be sent home to fill with loose change around your home and they will be collected the last week of school before Christmas break.

 We can be the hands and feet of Jesus even thousands of miles away!

Happening This Week (12/4-12/8)



Please remember to bring in your change cups by Friday!


If you have any plastic or glass bottles, and aluminum cans, bring them to the school by this Friday. We will be making a recycling run.


Don’t forget to make your student’s lunch order for January 4 (Thursday). That order will need to be placed by Tuesday, January 2 (by Midnight). For more information about Myhotlunchbox, visit our website.


Lincoln Christian Academy will be closed from Monday, December 18January 2. School will resume Wednesday, January 3.


Due to the short week, there will not be a Pizza Wednesday on January 3 (our first day back from Christmas Break). Regular snack and pizza ordering will resume Wednesday, January 10. All money must be in an envelope and an order form MUST be included.


A reading log has been included in Thursday folders—this is the annual Six Flags Read to Succeed program. All students who read (at least) six hours will receive a pass to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. Must be 13 years and younger to be eligible.


Believe it or not, preparations for our STEAM Expo are now beginning. This year, the process of STEAM have been streamlined. Teachers will be sending correspondence regarding projects.


Please note that in January 2018 Scrip ordering will now take place on Mondays. January Scrip order days are January 8 and 22.


Safeway Reload Now is available. You must purchase a new physical card from the Elementary Office in order to reload.

For Elementary AND Preschool!

My Hot Lunchbox

Lincoln Christian Academy is partnering with My Hot Lunchbox to deliver meals every Tuesday and Thursday. Click the Link Above to Order!  The School Code is LCA124. Complete the steps to create your family account. Order and be sure to check out! The first delivery is this coming Tuesday, November 14.



Hello! My name is Jimmy Thompson, a CCS (LCA) student alumni now 17 years old and attending Western Sierra Collegiate Academy. I am initiating a larger scale fundraiser in an effort to earn funds for Lincoln Christian Academy who relocated to a larger facility to enable more children in the community to come to our school to receive a Christian education based on Principled Centered Leaders. This school has a lot of people in the community wanting to attend, however, the surrounding outside area has no place for the children to play outside during recess as it’s all “parking lot and dirt”, and because of the missing outdoor play areas, many people are very discouraged as this is something very important to our youth – outdoor physical education and activities. We are hoping to collect funds that will go directly to the construction and installation of a Playground Structure for the preschool and middle school children as well as working towards installing a future soccer field that can double as a baseball field as well as enable many other outdoor sports to be played on this field that would be accessible to the entire community.

Please click on the link below to download a flyer and visit the link to view the online fundraiser website now accepting donations to build the playground at LCA, and please share it with family and friends in the community in our efforts to raise awareness of our need for a playground at our school. We are growing and thriving because of the supportive parents, churches, staff members and people like you who take the time to make things happen – to move mountains!

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  • Monday- Christmas Crafts and Toys for Tots will be picked up
  • Tuesday- Sensory Fun
  • Wednesday- A Visit from Santa and Movie Day
  • Thursday- Wear Red or Green
  • Friday- Christmas Party & Book Exchange

We will be learning about Christmas around the world, so we would love to have you sign up to bring in a special dish that you enjoy on Christmas Eve or Christmas day. There will be a sign up sheet out next week.

Book exchange- please bring in one wrapped book and during circle time the children will exchange books. If you do not want to participate in the book exchange, PLEASE let us know right away, so that we can be prepared.


Christmas Program: Our all school Christmas program is this Friday! The program will start at 6:30 and a dessert social will immediately follow. If you are able to bring a dessert to share, please contact Kathy at 916-645-6280. (flyer is attached)

Toys for Tots: We are doing an all school toy drive for Toys for Tots. If you would like to participate, please drop off a new non-wrapped toy in the box in the preschool office. The toys will be picked up the morning of December 11th.

Letters to Santa: We have a “special” mailbox in the office for letters to Santa! As you can imagine, the  students are very excited about this. We would like to encourage you to sit down as a family and write a letter to Santa together and bring it in to be delivered. This exercise is helpful in these areas: Fosters Creativity, Builds Self-Confidence, Creates Better Readers, Helps With Fine Motor Skills and Sets Children Up For Success!

Pizza Wednesday: Don’t forget, every Wednesday is Pizza Day. Lunch is $5.00 per student. A new sign up sheet will be out at the end of the week for December.


We strive to help children develop self-confidence, rooted in the knowledge of God’s love and care; help children learn how to get along with both peers and adults; and encourage a love for learning.


We believe that students will rise to the expectations we have for them, therefore Community Christian School sets high academic and behavioral standards for our students.


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Lincoln Christian Academy has grown and changed over the years, but one thing has remained the same – our mission to “Raise Principle-centered Leaders through Christian Education”.  Our passion for Christian education and dedication to the students of Lincoln Christian Academy is what makes all the difference in the lives of these future leaders.  Small class sizes and positive role models provide the right environment for students to maximize their learning potential.  Dedicated teachers and challenging curriculum which exceeds the common core standards, encourage children to reach their full potential.



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