Lincoln Academy students were recently honored at the Bath Regional Career and Technical Center as "Students of the Semester." Pictured are (L to R) Lincoln Academy Associate Head of School Andy Mullin, Head of School David Sturdevant, Megan Cushing (honored in Health Science Careers) and Hannah Hewes (honored in Early Childhood Occupations).

Lincoln Academy students were recently honored at the Bath Regional Career and Technical Center as “Students of the Semester.” Pictured are (L to R) Lincoln Academy Associate Head of School Andy Mullin, Head of School David Sturdevant, Megan Cushing (honored in Health Science Careers) and Hannah Hewes (honored in Early Childhood Occupations).

On Thursday, January 28, the Bath Regional Career and Technology Center (BRCTC) held an awards breakfast for students, their friends and families, and school administrators. 17 BRCTC students from Boothbay Regional HS, Lincoln Academy, Morse HS, and Wiscasset HS were honored as Students of the Semester.

Three students from LA were honored at the breakfast.

Megan Cushing in Health Science Careers. Her instructor wrote, “Megan is a second year student who brings laughter and life to the classroom.  She is admired  and respected by her friends.  Her positive attitude is contagious.  It has been a pleasure working with Megan over the past two years.”

Logan McDonald in Automotive Technology I. His instructor wrote,  “Logan is actively involved in the program and stands out as one who follows directions and performs required work.  During classroom lecture, he takes very good notes and actively participates and adds to productive conversations.  He is a hard worker and performs tasks with a systematic approach.”

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Logan McDonald (Honored in Automotive Technology) receiving his award as Student of the Semester at the Bath Regional Career and Technical Center.

Hannah Hewes in Early Childhood Occupations. Her instructor wrote, “Hannah is a second year senior who works hard and keeps the students in line.  She is a strong leader and shows strength in classroom management.  Hannah is creative  with snacks, and she likes to prepare them in interesting ways.”

Lincoln Academy’s Head of School, David Sturdevant, and  Associate Head of School, Andy Mullin, were present for the awards ceremony.

“We are pleased that once again our students have been honored by the BRCTC, a program that broadens Lincoln Academy’s capacity to help students prepare for post-secondary education and the work force. Our students always do well, and this year is no exception.”