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December 19, 1987 | CHRIS DE LUCA
Ron Loneski's plan wasn't supposed to unravel quite this early in the season. He had hoped his Lincoln High School boys' basketball team would be considered a contender, not just in the City Central League but in San Diego County. "I would rather be the guy picked to finish second or third," Loneski said. "I would rather be shooting for other people than people looking at Lincoln as the team to beat."
Los Angeles school officials have agreed to dismantle portions of a $2-million air-conditioning system that altered the appearance of a historic Eastside high school. Giving in to pressure from community groups and architects, the district said it will remove large cooling units and electrical conduits that were attached to the exterior of Lincoln High School. Lynn Roberts, head of the district's $2.
March 16, 2014 | By Teresa Watanabe
The two schools are a two-minute drive apart in similarly low-income, largely immigrant neighborhoods. But to hear students tell it, the two places might as well be different planets. Lincoln High School in Lincoln Heights, located on the edge of Chinatown in a hilly area of Victorian dwellings and low-rent apartments, is home to 29,000 residents, mostly Latino and Asian. The Academy of Environmental and Social Policy is a small campus affiliated with Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights, an enclave of 91,000 mostly Mexican American residents, small businesses and a burgeoning arts scene.
February 4, 2007 | Charles Proctor, Times Staff Writer
Whoops, cheers and a couple of tears punctuated Saturday night for California Academic Decathlon teams from Granada Hills Charter and North Hollywood high schools, which tied for first place in the Super Quiz, the climactic part of the grueling scholastic competition. About 550 students in 62 nine-member teams from Los Angeles Unified School District high schools competed in the regional contest, which wrapped up Saturday night in the John Wooden Center at UCLA.
October 26, 1985 | H.G. REZA, Times Staff Writer
Plans are under way by the San Diego Unified School District to turn Lincoln Senior High School into a bold magnet school with a "classical tradition" of courses that would set higher goals for student achievement and integrate the campus.
March 5, 1988 | JEFFREY PARENTI
Maybe it was the mystique of playing in the Sports Arena that caused the Lincoln High School girls' basketball team to miss all its shots in the first half of Friday's San Diego Section Division III championship game against Ramona. Maybe it was the cavernous depth behind the arena's glass backboards that altered Lincoln's aim so much that it missed all 25 of its first-half shots in the 41-23 loss.
December 17, 1986 | JEFFREY MILLER
Lincoln High School, the San Diego Section 2-A football champion, was led by a select group of players this season. Quarterback Keith Mitchell, wide receiver Patrick Rowe and running back Marcus Hopkins led the 11-1 team that defeated Oceanside, 41-7, last Saturday for the 2-A title. Charles Patterson played consistently as the Hornets' tight end and cornerback. He had only two touchdowns and three interceptions during the regular season, but he contributed in less noticeable ways.
February 13, 1994 | MARY ANNE PEREZ
Pregnant teen-agers in at least three local high schools will get a chance to learn more about becoming better mothers and delivering healthy babies. White Memorial Medical Center has received a $10,000 grant from the March of Dimes Campaign for Healthier Babies to send a nurse to the high schools over the next year. Nurse Janet Byers began the program at Lincoln and Riley high schools Thursday morning and hopes to visit Garfield and Roosevelt high schools.
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