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June, 2000
The Class President of the Class of Two Thousand was Milleen Negron.
The Student Council President for the Class of Two Thousand was Christopher Michael Gohde.
The National Honor Society President for the Class of Two Thousand was John David Grossi.
All three student officers did exemplary jobs in the execution of their positions, and deserve respect and praise.



Date unknown
Remembrances of Lincoln Grammar School
Lincoln grammar school was located at 19th Street and Willow Avenue. It was probably the oldest grammar school in Weehawken. The location of the school was where the fire station now is standing.
I attended that school along with all the other kids who resided downtown (the shades). As a matter my father attended the school. I lived across the street from the school.
When I attended the school some of the teachers names that I recall starting with kindergarten through sixth grade were:
Miss Oleski
Miss Foley
Miss Timpert
Mrs. Wagner
Miss Hoffman
Mrs. Mead
Miss Cassidy
the principal was Wallace Gendron (sp)
the school secretary was Miss Atkinson
the janitors were Packy Morrison and Mrs. Shanahan
Submitted by Lou Mazurczyk

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