Lincoln Middle School

Erik Purins &nbsp&nbsp Lincoln Middle School student Hazel Purins will represent Alameda County in the State Spelling Bee.

Speller Earns Bid in State Bee

Mar 15,2018

Lincoln Middle School student Hazel Purins qualified for the state championship by taking second place at the ninth annual Alameda County Junior High Spelling Bee held last Saturday at Canyon Middle School in Castro Valley. Just the top two contestants advance to the state competition.

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Alameda County Office of Education &nbsp&nbsp Julian Chea

Local Spellers Place on County Level

Apr 16,2020

Julian Chea, a seventh-grader at Lincoln Middle School, took fourth place in the Alameda County Junior High Spelling Bee on March 7. The Alameda speller who progressed the furthest this year didn’t qualify for state competition, but he did take home an impressive trophy.

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Courtesy photo &nbsp&nbsp Student volunteers get their maps and door hangers before heading out to educate residents.

Kids Educate Community on Tobacco Products

Nov 15,2018

Alameda youth are standing up to big tobacco companies. Eighty six students from Lincoln Middle School, Bay Farm Elementary School, Encinal High School and other volunteers attended the final neighborhood canvassing event in the city on Saturday, Oct 27.

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Photo courtesy &nbsp&nbsp&nbsp NOAA The whole science crew deploys a tucker trawl they used to collect specimens aboard the MV Fulmar during an ecosystem study cruise in 2010. A teacher at Alameda’s Lincoln Middle School was selected to study the Pacific Ocean’s ecosystem on the MV Fulmar this week.

LMS Teacher Sets Sail

Jul 27,2017

 

Lincoln Middle School science teacher Jennifer Hartigan is participating in a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) eight-day ecosystem study aboard the Research Vessel Fulmar.

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Eric J. Kos  The Alameda Spelling Bee’s top five spellers, left to right: Liam Foster, Hazel Purins, Elizabeth Tsyvinsky, Katie Angstadt-Leto and Alyanna Manzano. For more photos from the 2016 bee, visit www.alamedasun.com.

Island’s Best Spellers Compete in City Bee

Feb 11,2016

The second annual Alameda Spelling Bee took place last Saturday at Otis Elementary School. Liam Foster, a ninth-grader at Alameda Community Learning Center (ACLC), was named the top speller on the Island. This year’s bee was open to students in both elementary and middle schools.

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