From the current edition of the Northeast Times:
Abraham Lincoln High School’s DECA program traveled to Temple University for the District 10 Leadership and Development Conference, with 13 students placing in their chosen categories.
The winners were:
• Leslie Acosta (11th grade), first place – Restaurant and Food Service Management
• Vincent Hu and Jay Zhoa (10th, 12th grades), second place – Business Law and Ethics
• Nicole Jin (12th grade), second place – Financial Services
• Olianny Ventura (12th grade), third place – Retail Merchandising
• Arielis Rodriguez and Jeimyliz Morales (10th, 11th grades), third place – Marketing Management
• Aleyandra Bartley and Dleria Mateo (11th, 10th grades), third place – Sport and Entertainment Marketing
• Nahima Khan (10th grade), fourth place – Principles of Finance
• Brianna Lowe (10th grade), fourth place – Business Finance
• Chelsey Arroyo (10th grade), fourth place – Business Services Marketing
• Savannah Garcia (12th grade), fourth place – Quick Service Restaurant Marketing
Our congratulations and kudos to all the winners!
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Welcome to the Lincoln High Alumni Association!
We are a diverse group of alumni with a singular interest: doing all we can to support Lincoln High.
Through the tireless generosity of our hard-working volunteers and using funds received through donations and reunions, here are some of the things we do to accomplish our goals:
● we award a variety of scholarships each year to Lincoln graduates,
● we help fund the student studies abroad programs and national level student competitions,
● through our website, we help reconnect lost friends and family, recognize current students, and honor the memory of those Lincoln students who have passed on, and, best of all,
● we continue to be a active bridge between the past and the present.
We need you and your inventive, creative minds!
We encourage you to join us and work with us — become an active alumni association member and help us sustain, continue, and expand our work to support Lincoln High and its efforts to be the best school it can be.
Contact us if you want to know more or would like to join us.
We welcome and encourage your opinions, suggestions, and feedback.
Let’s hear from you … Send us your comments.
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