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CONGRATULATIONS TO LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL

ROSE FESTIVAL PRINCESS ANYA ANAND!


The daughter of Kalla Anand and Anand Pashupathy, Anya Anand is Associated Student Body co-president, a member of National Honor Society, Asian Student Union co-president and Multnomah Youth Commission Committee co-chair. Juniors Natalia Bermudez, Kylie Jones and Kathryn Locke Harris were also candidates for the Rose Festival Lincoln Court. To read more about Princess Anya click HERE !

Rose Festival Inspired to Evolve Tradition with Virtual Presentations!

The Portland Rose Festival has inspired the public to gather and celebrate against a backdrop of historic external forces for the past 113 years. This year’s Rose Festival will be another brilliant example of how a community can both honor diversity and celebrate unity. 

Click this link for more information

Rose Festival Virtual Presentations


Rose Festival’s Porch Parade Presented by Pacific Power

Celebrates stay-at-home Fans!

Portland residents who are Parading in Place, with a convoy of Rose Festival dignitaries driving past participating homes in Portland-area neighborhoods. The second element of Parading in Place is the Grand Petite ParadeFans of all ages created shoe box-sized floats and submitted photos to the Rose Festival!

For more information click HERE!


CAN YOU BELIEVE IT WAS 40 YEARS AGO WHEN THIS AMAZING MOMENT IN HISTORY ERUPTED!

Mount Saint Helens, WA.

May 18, 1980

1980 photograph by Richard Bowden











8:32 a.m.,  A 5.2 magnitude earthquake struck below the north face of Washington's Mount St. Helens.  The earthquake triggered the largest debris avalanche in recorded history, wiping out the northern summit  of the volcano the exposing its core.


8:39 a.m., Mount St. Helens erupted 60,000 feet into the air.  It was the biggest eruption to rock the volcano in 123 years.



LHS CLASS REUNIONS RESCHEDULED TO 2021

DUE TO COVID-19


LHS Class of 1960

60th year Reunion

Rescheduled 

to September 2021

Information coming soon

  

LHS Class of 1970 

50th year Reunion Rescheduled 

to August 6 & 7, 2021

For more information CLICK HERE

LHS Class of 2000 

20th year Reunion Rescheduled

to August 14, 2021

For more information CLICK HERE









                                   

    150 Years of LHS History~

                       135   Pages of memorable moments

             bound in a beautiful picture book                 capturing the spirit and stories                     of Lincoln's past...  

    Inspiring all ages who view them.

LAST 15 BOOKS QUICKLY SELLING OUT!

Purchase your copy with this link to the LHSAA Online Store


LHSAA has founded a new scholarship in honor of LHS Teacher Bill Lynch

2/1/1973 – 9/29/2019 

The scholarship will be awarded to a senior student in need of financial assistance who demonstrates an uncommon and authentic passion for the study of literature and philosophy; the type of student that

Bill Lynch inspired.


Bill Lynch with his children Hazel and Henry

Our goal is to raise $25,000

Bill was a much beloved English teacher at Lincoln High School and was named teacher of the year, representing Portland, Oregon at a ceremony in Washington, DC. One school principal stated, “Bill was a legendary and impactful teacher who meant so much to hundreds/thousands of students and families." His students admired him for his empathy, his listening ear, his wit, his intellect, his true passion for ideas, and his love for helping students succeed, not only within his class, but also within themselves. 


Please contribute to the Bill Lynch Scholarship fund with this link Lynch Scholarship Fund

We are counting on LHS Alumni to support this scholarship honoring Mr. Lynch, a beloved Lincoln High School Teacher who enlightened youth with the powerful essence of reading and  thinking between the lines.

Or mail your donation to:

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Bill Lynch Scholarship Fund 

c/o LHSAA, 4931 SW 76th Ave., #282

Portland, OR. 97225

Donation Goal

Collected: $6,771.00
Goal: $25,000.00
27%
"Mr. Lynch changed the lives and touched the souls of so many students. I am deeply grateful to have been able to learn about both life and literature in his classroom. His kindness, wisdom, and contagious laughter will live on with his incredible legacy." LHS Student, LHS FB


~ ALUMNI COVID-19 NEWS ~ 

 Esteemed Dr. James Goodrich, LHS `64

New York neurosurgeon dies due to COVID-19

Dr. James Goodrich was originally from Oregon and served as a Marine during the Vietnam war, Montefiore Einstein said, and he was known for his passion for historical artifacts, travel and surfing.

He is survived by his wife and three sisters.

In 2016, Goodrich led a team of 40 doctors in a 27-hour surgery at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx to separate Anias and Jadon, who were 13 months old when they were separated. CNN was in the operating room with Goodrich and the team as the boys were separated.

TO READ THE RECENT CNN NEWS ARTICLE ABOUT 

DR. GOODRICH PLEASE CLICK OR TAP  HERE

In the News...

Folks who've been through

tough times offer wisdom,

comfort for children amid

coronavirus fears


Article written for the Oregonian 

by Journalist Tom Hallman,

LHS Class 1973



 FULL ARTICLE CLICK OR TAP ON THIS LINK  OLIVE ARTICLE


ALUMNI HELP NEEDED FOR THE LHS ARCHIVES! 

Please contribute to preserving Lincoln High School's historical memorabilia HERE!

Visitors are always welcome to tour the archives collection  - for a tour please click  Archives 


HOW YOUR DONATION BENEFITS LHS ARCHIVES

  • MAINTENANCE & SPACE

The archives are located at First United Methodist Church. A generous donation by Carrie Saito ‘56 in memory of her brother Norio ‘57 sustained operations through 2019.  Your donation will help with rental space and operational expenses until the LHS Archives collection is relocated into the 

new Lincoln High School in 2022.


  • CURATOR

A part-time curator is needed to process donations, maintain the collection, and help with recording research.

  • EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

We are always in need of supplies for mailing, postage, and archive-secure containers. Funding is needed for a computer & color copier/scanner for large documents.

  • RESTORATION

The Abe Lincoln medallion was restored with your donations, more funding is needed for restoring many more items in the Archives.

  • PRESERVATION

The large collection of The Cardinal Times & LHS yearbooks, dating back to 1895,  are being copied onto digital files, we are seeking help for assistance with research.


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UNDER NEWS & EVENTS







PPS ~ LHS REBUILD PROJECT 2019-2022

Construction Updates

January 2020

The Lincoln project is now underway and big changes are already visible on site. Over the holiday break, the Hoffman Pacificmark team mobilized, setting up the construction fence and moving in some construction equipment. For details and information on the LHS Rebuild Project, view the PPS Fact Sheet 

HERE!

Recycled Materials Benefit Environment & Budget

To build the work area, Hoffman Pacificmark used 10,000,000 pounds of recycled concrete saved from a local project site for the leveling fill and rock substrate. This recycled material will remain in place to provide support for the future track and field. This recycling effort kept a significant amount of material out of the waste stream providing both material and cost efficiency for PPS.

For more information click HERE!   

Get Connected

Get connected to receive updates and events notices. Join the Lincoln project mailing list at LHSMod@pps.net

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For more information about school building improvements,

contact: 503-916-2222  or email   

schoolmodernization@pps,net



    CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LHS 2020 CONSTITUTION TEAM!
















~ LHSAA SPONSORED PAST EVENTS ~















 Alumni & Students

 HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE


                   PPS GROUND BREAKING CEREMONY AT LHS

Groundbreaking celebration for the rebuilding of Lincoln High School took place on December 14, 2019. Festivities included a Native American Land Acknowledgement and speakers that included Lincoln students, notable alumni and community leaders. The Lincoln rebuild includes a new multi-story building with performing arts spaces, a student commons, an expanded gymnasium facility and state of the art classrooms.

Click the link below for PPS Education and LHS Development Information

LINCOLN DEVELOPMENT VISION & EDUCATION SPECS




   

THE LAST LAP AROUND          LHS MIKE WALSH FIELD 


OVER 100 LHS STUDENTS HIT THE TRACK FOR THEIR LAST LAP 


LHSAA MEMBERS CELEBRATE RUNNING THEIR LAST LAP




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