March 26, 2015
Dear Lincoln High School Families:
The long, cold winter is finally coming to an end, and warmer days
are here. This time of year always brings the renewal of life and
hope for a brighter future. As the temperature begins to rise, I
would like to remind everyone that here at Lincoln High School we
uphold the districts dress code (see attached). This time of year
also allows us to start looking towards the end of the 2014-2015
academic school year. It has been said, that it is not how you
start, but how you finish that matters. With that in mind, I would
like to provide you with information to assist your child with
finishing out the school year, as successful as possible. (Continue
to complete letter.)
Read the complete letter in Spanish.
LINCOLN'S KEY CLUB MEMBERS RAISE FUNDS
FOR WORTHY CAUSES
PRINCIPAL SHERMAN AS CHEF
Holds third pancake breakfast for students earning top honors at Lincoln
LINCOLN STUDENTS ATTEND AUTOMOTIVE CAREER FAIR
STUDENTS VISIT MEDIEVAL TIMES
As part of their social studies class, freshmen and some sophomores visited Medieval Times on March 12, 2015. Check back tomorrow for additional information.View more photos.
SCIENCE RESEARCH STUDENTS WIN $5,000 FROM THE YOUNG SCIENCE ACHIEVERS PROGRAM TO FUND PROJECTS IN 2015
Jeremiah Minyard has been name named one of two co-winners for the "Heart of the Giant" contest. The award acknowledges Jeremiah as the "hardest working student-athlete in the tri-state area" and provides a $5000 football equipment grant for Lincoln.
For more information, link to the USAfootball.com blog that announced Jeremiah as the winner or to
the YouTube video created to promote Jeremiah in this competition.
PRINCIPAL SHERMAN HOSTS A PANCAKE BREAKFAST FOR STUDENTS WHO MADE THE PRINCIPAL'S LIST MARKING PERIOD ONE
CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS WHO MADE THE PRINCIPAL'S LIST!
Check back next week for more photos.
CONGRATULATIONS TO JUNIORS BRENDA LEAL AND TIFFANY OSEI
who made the Principal's List for marking period 1! Come back tomorrow to link to photos of those who made the Honor Roll and the High Honor Roll.
JOHNS HOPKINS SCIENCE RESEARCH APPLICANTS
JENNIFER YANG, IT GIRL PARTICIPANT
On November 9-10, Jennifer Yang attended a special event at Syracuse University for young women interested in technology. Event participants are selected from a large number of applicants. Congratulations, Jennifer, on your selection!
YOMAIRIS MONTES WINS DEBATE
On November 7, Yomairis Montes, along with a student from Palisaides Prep, took top honors in the Princeton-Yale-Brown
High School Challenge Debate at the Hackley School.
DID YOU MISS SOMETHING!
To view old Student Spotlights and Announcements, link to our Announcement Archive
Principal Sherman and Ms. Osinloye Following Award Ceremony at Barnes and Noble
Lincoln High School teacher, Helena Osinloye has
been named the winning teacher in the Barnes & Noble “My Favorite Teacher”
contest. The recognition is the result of the efforts of one of
Ms. Osinloye’s students, Chelsea
Reynolds, who submitted a winning essay in the
Barnes & Noble’s national “My Favorite Teacher” contest. She named Ms.
Osinloye as her favorite teacher, explaining her reasons in eloquent detail.
JUNIORS FLOCK TO SPRING 2015 LINCOLN COLLEGE FAIR
The Scroll, digital edition, is now available! Click
to read the full, all-color, issue.
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LINCOLN SCIENCE RESEARCH STUDENTS AT THE WESTCHESTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING FAIR
Ravenne Reid (in the category of microbiology) , Ivette Peralta, and Jhoan Velasquez (in the category of behavior) were among the winners, competing against hundreds of students from other schools in the county.
Link to more photos.
Link to Lohud article.