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Health Idol starts this Friday at the North Gym. Contestants get ready and best of luck to you all!

Posted 1/16/19

HERE IS THE URL TO MULTIPLE PHOTOS: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kB8q7jSZndOOJ2CJKIQmpCjl9fA7sWV4/view?usp=sharing

Posted 12/4/18

The Lincoln Mustangs Funny Actors Organization will be having their first show of the year this Friday at 7pm in the Little Theater. Tickets are $5, so come and join us for an evening of laughter!

Posted 12/3/18
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Project Pull is a paid summer internship program for highly motivated (current) sophomores, juniors and seniors in high school. It provides youth with a mixture of educational, challenging and fun opportunities both inside and outside the workplace. During the eight (8) week program, students are paired with City employees who will mentor and help provide them with work experience and the skills necessary to become successful in college, the workforce and beyond! Interns must commit to work a total of 20 hours a week, which include 16 hours at worksite and four (4) hours at weekly enrichments.


Due date: Monday, 25 February 2019 (Postmarked ok)
 

Mailing address: 
Project Pull Internship Program
525 Golden Gate Avenue, 9th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102
Attn: Project Pull Director

 

https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MTcxNDQxMTE2NjVa

Posted 12/3/18

UCSF offers a paid summer internship for interested sophomores. These internships are involved with health-related careers and set up with UCSF. There is an application process that each applicant must go through. See the attached flyer or Mr. Frischer in room 22 if you are interested.

Posted 11/19/18
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Starts 11/7 and ends 11/16. Bring in canned food for donation to win points for your class.

Posted 11/7/18

See Mr. Frischer in room 22 on the basement floor if you have questions about sign up.

Posted 10/31/18
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Halloween Rally with pumpkin carvings and costume contests during lunch in the courtyard!

Posted 10/25/18

We are hosting an event with BioMarin on November (date to be announced). The program will introduce the girls to rare genetic diseases, walk thru how drugs are developed with a look inside the biopharmaceutical manufacturing facility and allow girls to learn from women who work at BioMarin about their careers. If interested, see Mr. Frischer in room 22 on the basement floor.

Posted 10/13/18

Are you interested in learning what a career in science, technology, engineering or math might look like? Want to spend a day at the Exploratorium with female STEM leaders and learn how they make an impact in their community through a career in STEM? WHAT IS STEM GOES RED? ➢ STEM Goes Red is a day-long event hosted by the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement, aimed at inspiring Bay Area young women to explore STEM outside the classroom. ➢ The event will include: • Speed mentoring with professional female STEM leaders. • Interactive breakout sessions led by top STEM-related companies. • Opportunities to connect with some of the Bay Area’s leading science, technology and engineering companies, like Salesforce, Wells Fargo and EY! • Discussions around health and the number one killer of women – heart disease. WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO? ➢ Apply now using the attached application. ➢ Submit your application to the teacher who nominated you by October 19th.

 

If you are interested, please come down to room 22 to see Mr. Frischer to get an application. 

Posted 10/13/18
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Big congratulations to all of the student-athletes and coaches of all of our Fall Sports teams for having team GPS's over 3.00:

 

Cross Country  3.66 gpa

Girls Tennis  3.57 gpa

Girls Volleyball  3.64 gpa

Girls Golf 3.79 gpa

Varsity Football 3.12 gpa

 

Achieving in the classrooms and on the fields! 

Posted 10/13/18

Congratulations to the Varsity Football team for winning the Annual  Bell Game against Washington HS 64-0  The Mustangs improved their season record 5-0. 

 

Next game is this Friday (10/12) against Mission HS at Kezar starting at 3:pm.

Posted 10/13/18

Sadie Hawkins Homecoming Dance at Holiday Inn

Girls Ask!

October 6, 2018 7PM to 11PM

Dance Contract Needed

Holiday Inn 1500 Van Ness Ave

 


Posted 9/21/18

September 19 + 20 ・Lunch + Afterschool: $25 w/ ALHS ID, $30 w/o ALHS ID, $35 w/ Guest ID

 

September 26 + 27 ・Lunch + Afterschool: $30 w/ ALHS ID, $35 w/o ALHS ID, $40 w/ Guest ID Tickets are being sold in auditorium lobby

 


 

Posted 9/21/18

Lincoln's Hip Hop Club is starting early. If you are interested in dancing with us, please come and join us in the dance room (by the girl's locker room) on Tuesdays at lunch. For more information, ask Ian in room 126!

Posted 8/28/18

SFUSD is monitoring the air quality index for the City and County of San Francisco, and principals are getting regular updates regarding precautions they should take, including bringing activities indoors when the air quality is orange or red and monitoring students with asthma and other health conditions. As the forecast changes during the school day or at anytime during this week, an update will be provided to principals right away. Check the current the air quality index at airnow.gov.

Posted 8/22/18
Posted 8/19/18

An operator shortage has resulted in Muni delays across San Francisco, which Muni is working on addressing. Students and staff who ride Muni may experience delays getting to and from school.

Posted 8/16/18

 

Dear parents and guardians, 

 

Family Portal debuted in Fall 2017, and since this is a new tool, we want to hear from you about your experience with Family Portal as a parent or guardian. We’ve worked with Parents for Public Schools of SF to develop a survey, and the information we collect will help us as we continually work to improve your Family Portal experience.

 

Please fill out this short survey, available in English, Chinese and Spanish, before June 8 to give us feedback!

Posted 5/21/18

Incoming Freshmen registration will be in held in Rm.149 Counseling's office 

 

Office hours: 8am-3pm

 

Please be advised that all counselors are unavailable during registration.

 

 

Posted 5/21/18

Congrats to junior Ben Mignola for setting a new peg board record and senior Kaya Lehr-Love for setting a new Tuba Ruba record! Two rounds left and we have 2 teachers, 2 seniors, and 3 juniors remaining!

Posted 5/7/18

Attention Round 1 registered students: March 19-23 & April 2-6 

 

Please come by Rm.149 Counseling's Office, to complete your course selection sheet. Deadline: May 18, 2018.

Posted 5/3/18

Congrats to senior Kaung Sett Hein for winning both the standing broad jump and Set IQ challenge in round 6 of Health Idol and taking the lead in the competition!

Posted 4/10/18

Congrats to junior Sam Whitfield for setting a new record in the Cryptogram challenge. Also congratulations to freshman Cameron Louie for winning the lung capacity challenge.

Posted 4/3/18


The Annual ALHS Annual Poetry Contest

 
-Submissions due to your English teacher by April 12th
-A winner from each grade level will win $50 and will be published in the Lincoln Log.
 
Requirements:
-PRINTED OUT-One page max & only one entry per student
-On the BACK side of your printed entry: your First & last name, grade level, & English teacher's name (NOTE: Don't put your name on the side with you poem on it)
Posted 4/2/18

Incoming Freshmen Registration will be held in rm.149 counseling's office March 19-23 & April 2-6 

 

Office hours: 8am - 3pm

 

Please note: All counselors are unavailable during registration.

Posted 3/21/18

Congrats to teacher Madison Junker for doing the most push-ups (70) and junior Ben Mignola for having the quickest reaction time (260 milliseconds).

Posted 3/12/18

Posted 2/26/18

Congratulations to the Health Idol seniors who dominated round 3. Especially to Carlos Leiva for his strong win in the memory challenge and JJ Khin for her strong win in the pulse pressure challenge!

Posted 2/26/18

Attention Lincoln Female Students!

 

The non-profit Ignite Worldwide will be bringing a panel of San Francisco women digital arts professionals (i.e.: graphic designers, videographers, digital animators, audio engineers, digital artists) to speak to interested Lincoln female students as a means of inspiring YOU to their professions and increasing the numbers of females in the digital arts professions!  

 

Who should attend?: ANY ALHS Female student in any grade level who is interested in learning about various digital arts professions. (WHY just females for this event? Ignite likes to create a safe space for female students to ask any questions they have about these professions, and since women are underrepresented in these particular career fields, they wish to promote their professions specifically to girls.)

 

What?: Hear a panel discussion of women digital arts professionals AND ask any questions you may have of them. **Free breakfast food served during the event to students in attendance.  

 

When?: Thursday March 1st, 2018 during 4th period (10:10am-11:48am)

 

Where?: the ALHS Library (2nd Floor)

 

**YOU must RSVP by Weds. February 28th by midnight so we can purchase enough food for the event.  You must login to their SFUSD Google Account and then complete this Google Form to RSVP for the event: https://goo.gl/forms/FzY8VPkEWnxCuxgX2

 

More info on Ignite:

http://www.igniteworldwide.org/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJsrGR33Xyg

The IGNITE Mission:           

“IGNITE’s mission is to create opportunities to spark girls’ excitement about technology careers and inspire them to new possibilities. IGNITE lights them up. Girls in grades 6-12 from all backgrounds interact with professional women in technology careers during the school day. Girls glimpse themselves as innovators and entrepreneurs through stories of successful women who work and live in their communities.”

Posted 2/21/18
Please join us on Thursday, February 22nd for our first AAPAC (African American Parent Advisory Council) meeting of the Spring Semester!
 
Location: ALHS Library on the 2nd floor
Time: 5:30-6:30pm
Dinner and child care will be provided.
 
Please contact African American Family Liaison Jeremy Traylor (Email: traylorj@sfusd.edu / Google number (415)841-3417) for additional information and to RSVP. 
Posted 2/16/18

Lincoln's English Department continues the tradition of staging scenes from William Shakespeare's Hamlet.  We invite you to performances of four scenes of this famous play: Witness revenge-fueled anger and grief, faked and true craziness, spying and sneaky plots, and, of course, nearly everyone dying as the final tragedy is revealed! 

 

WHEN: Friday, February 23rd at 6pm

WHERE: ALHS Little Theater 

 

The show is free, but we're accepting donations to support the ALHS Drama department. 

Posted 2/16/18

Congrats to improv club / youth outreach workers Kristy Tan, Cole Pepper, and Philip Wolf for a great workshop/performance at UC Berkeley. The attendees wanted more!

Posted 2/13/18

Congratulations to improv club members Kaya Lehr-Love, Raziel Ruiz, Chloe Wong, Celine Chao, Gabriel Ferrer, and Natalia Ricci for a fantastic performance at the UCSF Medical Center. The staff and patients were really grateful for their hilarious performance!

Posted 2/7/18

Congratulations to the juniors for dominating the second round of Health Idol with Mark Huynh & Ben Mignola besting the balance challenge and Sam Whitfield & Mark Huynh besting the memes challenge!


Mark Huynh has now taken the lead from freshman Cameron Louie.

Posted 2/7/18

Congrats to Chad Chiparo for dominating the dexterity challenge this year. Freshman Jed Peek proved to be his closest competitor.

For the Scattergories word challenge, the respective top scorers included seniors Sim Akuluze, Carlos Leiva, Jackson Walker, freshmen Owen Commins and Cameron Louie.

Cameron Louie is currently the frontrunner in the competition.

 

For more information, contact Ian Enriquez.

Posted 1/31/18