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Independent Report: YCUSD can’t meet union demand for 13 percent raise Neutral party instead recommends one-time payment of 2 percent
YCUSD is hiring teachers for all grade levels. Our schools feature rich learning environments for our students and support programs that help teachers excel.
At some districts, budget cuts have made music an afterthought. At YCUSD, music is center stage. We’re proud to offer vocal and instrumental instruction in elementary, middle and high school, and proud of the professionals who bring music into the lives of our community’s children. Our community has made a great investment in schools that enrich students’ lives and help them succeed.
YCUSD brings social, emotional, and academic support to students each day and in every school. One main source of support are school counselors, and YCUSD has a lower student-to-counselor ratio than most other districts. Our community has worked hard to create and advance schools that put students first and give them the support they need to succeed.
Providing transportation to school is expensive, but it’s important to many families in our community. That’s why YCUSD spends $1.8 million annually to make sure our children have a way to get to school. We’re working with our community to create schools that put students first and give them the support they need to succeed.
Every school district has to make difficult choices with limited resources. At YCUSD, we are proud of having kept class sizes smaller than in districts similar to ours. This benefits our students, our teachers and our community.
As we receive orientation information from the school sites, it will be placed here. So far, Yuba City High School, Albert Powell High School and Riverbend 6th Grade information has been posted. More to come...
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Welcome to Lincrest Elementary

Thank you for visiting
Lincrest Elementary

Lincrest Elementary School is a K-5, 2012 California Distinguished School located in suburban residential area of Sutter County in the Central Valley approximately 45 miles north of Sacramento.  Our strengths include a campus that abounds with parent volunteers participating in classrooms daily and providing engaging enrichment activities for the entire family (Memorabilia Art Auction, Holiday Baskets, Spaghetti Dinner, Literacy Celebrations, Jog-a-thon, Book Fair, Grandparents'/Special Friends Day, Volunteer Dessert.)  Our volunteers dedicate their time to support school activities, assist in the classroom and generate funding that has provided support for technology, field trips, campus beautification and classroom needs.  The school community considers themselves part of the TEAM which has contributed greatly to the success of each student. 
In 2012 our students reached an API of 859 with all subgroups over 800.  A systematic belief that student success is a product of quality instruction in conjunction with meeting emotional, social and health needs encompasses our core values.  The Lincrest TEAM is proud of their achievements in educating the whole child and their progress towards closing the achievement gap.  Even in times of budget reductions, increased class size, and reduction in staff, we have continued to find ways to creatively support student enrichment activities through business partnerships, fundraising, and careful allocation of school funds.  We are proud of our accomplishments and determined to continue to refine the craft of teaching and learning in order to assure that each student continues to progress.   
 Kindergarten 8:15 - 11:45am
1st - 5th
8:15 - 2:25pm

AM Recess
1st  9:50 - 10:05am
2nd 10:10 - 10:25am
3rd 10:30 - 10:45am
4th 10:10 - 10:25am
5th 10:45 - 11:00am

1st 11:50 - 12:30pm
2nd 11:10 - 11:50am
3rd 11:30 - 12:10pm
4th 12:30 - 1:10pm
5th 12:40 - 1:20pm
4th and 5th grade will go to recess for the first 20 minutes of their lunch period and will eat during the second 20 minutes.