2018 SkillsUSA

Lincoln Academy Senior Ethan Burns (left), junior Nick Huber (center), and senior Colleen Kaplinger (right) won medals in the SkillsUSA trades competition in Bangor earlier this month.

Lincoln Academy students were recognized at the Bath Regional Career and Technical Center (BRCTC) End-of-Year Awards and Recognition Assembly.

Lindsey Dalot received the Vaillancourt Builders scholarship; Mallory Oliver received the Rotary Club of Bath scholarship; Cassidy Colby received the Thomas Underwood scholarship, and Colleen Kaplinger received the Tony Trippi scholarship.

Noah Reed, who is a student in the Culinary Arts program, was inducted into the National Technical Honor Society.

Ethan Burns, Colleen Kaplinger, and Dylan Soohey were all recognized for placing in the Skills USA competition, and Ethan Burns was also recognized as the Career and Technical Education Student of the Year.

Lincoln Academy Head of School David Sturdevant (left) with BRCTC Students of the Semester Colleen Kaplinger, Nathan Simmons, and Lindset Dalot

Travis Knof and Dylan Soohey received their Automotive Technology certificates. Colleen Kaplinger and Hunter Reilly received their Carpentry certificates. Ethan Burns, Mallory Oliver, and Morgan Thompson received their Culinary Arts certificates. Lindsey Dalot received her Early Childhood Education certificate. Abby Gifford, Halle Hallowell, Ashlynn Leeman, and Tess Sprague received their Health Science Careers certificates in the CNA program. Cassidy Colby received her Health Science Careers certificate in the Medical Science program. Thomas Renzi, Zach Robbins and Nate Simmons received their Welding certificates.

Additionally, Colleen Kaplinger received an Outstanding Achievement award for her work in the carpentry program; Cassidy Colby received an Outstanding Achievement award for her work in the Health Science Careers/Medical Science program; and Nate Simmons received an Outstanding Achievement award for his work in the welding program.