Caption Lincoln Middle School accepts the BASF educational grant. Funds will be used to purchase a 3D printer and materials to enhance our science and technology education.
At 6:00 PM on Tuesday, March 1, 2017, at Roma’s Restaurant in North Arlington, the night time Chapter of the Kearny Optimist Club honored three students from Lincoln Middle School for their achievements as winners in the club’s annual essay contest, entitled, “Lead by Example: Reality or Fiction?”
Lucas Pinheiro earned 1st place with a $300.00 prize, and qualification for the District Level of the Competition. Julie Martins placed 2nd, with a $200.00 prize. Lorelei Flanagan placed 3rd, with a $100 prize.
Each winner read their essay to a room full of family, teachers, Optimist Club members, and the judges. In addition to the cash prizes, winners were awarded with medallions and certificates.
Lincoln Middle School worked diligently creating Valentine cards for dosomething.org
In one week, the students handed in 1,168 cards which are donated to Chrill Care in Verona, N.J. The cards will be delivered along with daily meals in their "Meals on Wheels" program, which feeds about 400 seniors.
For every card that was created the children received a free raffle ticket to win Ted E.
In the picture, please find Nicole Leon, our seventh grade student who won Ted E. She, herself, created 64 Valentines in an effort to "share the love" and give Ted E. a new home!
I'm so proud of our LMS students for their loving efforts.
Kathie Williams/ Student Council Adviser