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Golden Dragon Project Announcements

Latest Announcements

Watch our latest events in the short clips below for this year, 2024 updates. ⬇️⬇️⬇️

Children in colorful traditional attire smiling for a photo.
A group of people standing in front of a car adorned with pink ribbons.

✨2023 Reflections✨

Feeling ever grateful for being a Lincoln Dragon! ❤️ Check out some of our short movie clips of the fall/winter highlights.

14th Annual Walkathon
Picture of Kids holding a banner of Ruby Bridges Walk to School Day
Picture of Students in Halloween costumes
Photo of two ladies with Santa

Winter Festivities

Thank you Wa Sung Community Service Club with OPD friends, Eat.Learn.Play, Office Depot, and Girl Scouts for bringing a joyful holiday morning to Lincoln Dragons! 

Open Video

14th Annual Walkathon

14th Walkathon Flyer
Walkathon Challenge Flyer

Graduation Class of 2023

Congratulations Class of 2023!
We are so proud of you.

Past Events

Check out our end-of-the-year staff and student appreciation videos below ⬇️ ⬇️ ⬇️

 Teachers Appreciation 2023 ~ We are grateful for all Lincoln Teachers and honor our dedicated community of educators! 
https://vimeo.com/826243890?share=c

 Video & Audio credits: Charlotte Buchen Khadra & Neela Chakravartula

Last meeting notes:

During the 2023-2024 school year, the Golden Dragon Project (PTO) has worked hard to hold a successful walk-a-thon, lunar new year celebration, and spring event. The Golden Dragon Project is proud to have raised over $30,000 and funded different projects such as art lessons for students, music classes, classroom supplies, math/science resources, parent engagement events, and the 5th-grade graduation.

Please click here to see the agendas and minutes of past meetings.

Next meeting:

Golden Dragon Project meetings are scheduled for every third Tuesday, from 6:00pm-7:15pm, in the 2023-2024 school year. 

For a Zoom link, please send an email to: pikshan.lui@ousd.org

 

Golden Dragon Project Expenditure Form (please use this for all claim reimbursement requests and invoices)

End of the School Year Letters

GDP would like to express our gratitude to everyone who made the 2022-23 school year a success! Here are links to our End of the Year Appeal Letters.

English: https://drive.google.com/file/d/10yKEgYOQ5yGmRPvdfBLERhjjUAsJhnsA/view?usp=drivesdk

Chinese: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1M6Wvubz8vkVdnWjFp07U9ImPf5jesCft/view?usp=sharing

Response to Chinatown Violence

Please read our 5/14/2021 DEI statement in response to Chinatown violence and City Council President Nikki Fortunato Bas and Lincoln Square Recreation Director Gilbert Gong’s joint letter from 3/19/2021 in regards to recent Chinatown violence. We want everyone to know that we at Lincoln Elementary will stand together in solidarity to overcome hate and violence. 

Help GDP Provide COVID-19 Relief to Lincoln Families

The Golden Dragon Project is working together with community donors, Lincoln teachers, and staff to support our families who are experiencing food and financial insecurity as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. GDP and other community donors have supported 213 families through over $20,000 in donations in the form of grocery gift cards since April 2020. We’re asking for donations to the Principal’s Discretionary Fund to support continued assistance to our families in need. To donate, please click here.

You can also donate by check. Checks should be made out to the “Golden Dragon Project at Lincoln School.” Please include “COVID-19 Relief” in the memo line and mail checks to Golden Dragon Project at Lincoln Elementary, 225 11th St, Oakland, CA 94607.

Thank you for helping us to support Lincoln Families!

The Rosita Young 4th Grade Camp Fund

The GDP is proud to sponsor Lincoln Elementary’s annual fourth-grade field trip in honor of Rosita Young, the teacher who spearheaded the tradition of 4th-grade camp, who passed away. Contributions to the fourth-grade fund should be made payable to the “Golden Dragon Project.” Please indicate the “Rosita Young 4th Grade Camp Fund” on the memo line.