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Lindsay Butler wins $20,000 Christopher Warren Scholarship

In case you missed it: Lindsay Butler learned she would be a recipient of the Christopher Warren Scholarship this week. This special scholarship is offered to 10th grade students in LAUSD who demonstrate academic achievement, a commitment to community service, and the ability to overcome hardship. Our Lincoln family is proud of her achievement.
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5th Annual Golf Tournament

The Lincoln High School 5th Annual Golf Tournament is taking place on Friday 6/22/18 shotgun start at 1:00 pm at the beautiful Montebello Country Club. I hope you could join us and help support our student-athletes. If you are not interested in playing golf, you could join us for the dinner and raffle. Dinner will begin at 6:00 pm. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at your earliest convenience. Thank you for your time and hope to see you at this wonderful event.
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Thanks to Forever 21 for Bringing Back the Magnet Mammoth Trip

For years the Magnet had an end of the year trip to Mammoth to strengthen students' skills in science and math through hands-on activities. Due to funding costs, the Mammoth trip was discontinued. But no longer, thanks to the generous donation of Forever 21. The Forever 21 Mammoth Trip is back, and Magnet students will have the experience again. Shout-out to long-time biology and astronomy veteran, Ms. Paulson for keeping Magnet students in her heart and making this dream a reality.
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Golf Tournament 2017

Thanks to all those who came out and participated in our 4th Annual Golf Tournament to raise money for Lincoln athletics. Click the link and check out the action and many winners of the day.
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Jim Tunney Wins Prestigious Award

Dr. Jim Tunney, of Pebble Beach, California, is the 2017 recipient of the National Football League's prestigious Art McNally Award. He was presented this award at the summer seminar of the NFL's officials in Dallas, Texas. As a physical education major, he began his four-year teaching and coaching at Lincoln High School in East Los Angeles. His four-year career in high school basketball coaching produced two league championships, the last of which was an undefeated season, the only undefeated basketball season in the 110-year history of the school.
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