LinksLive! The LHS News Broadcast 11/6/19

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Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Good morning Lincoln High! Welcome to LINKS LIVE! The Lincoln High Morning News Show!

I’m Jacob Vanderford and I’m Avalena Baird

 

Are you 16 years or older and want to participate in the blood drive?!

Red Cross club is holding a blood drive THIS FRIDAY, November 5th. 

You could be a hero and save 3 lives by donating only ONE time!

Stop by the main office to get your forms to participate and sign up for a time 

If you participate you get a cookie and a juice!

If you have any questions ask a Red Cross member or Mr Riley or Ms Cotton 

See you outside West Gym on FRIDAY!

 

Chadron State College will be here in the Counseling Center today during 4th period and the University of Nebraska at Kearney will be here Friday during 3rd period. Please get a pass from your teacher before coming to the Counseling Center.

 

Everyone interested in Wrestling there will be a Mandatory Hydration Test on November 12th in the Athletic Training Room at 2:15pm. If you have any questions please talk to Coach Genrich.

 

All boys interested in playing soccer who are not out for a winter sport should attend an informational meeting on Friday, after school at 3:15pm in the Athletic Conference Room. We will discuss off-season opportunities. Be on time. If you have questions or cannot attend please see Coach Cerny in room 113. 

 

Now here is a message from the Ping Pong Club and StuCo.

Riek Bol:

 Would you like to play some competitive ping pong? Well then you should sign up for the LHS Ping Pong Tournament. This year, the LHS Ping Pong Club is partnering up with Student Council to put on the event. It will be on November 8th at 7:00 P.M. in the East Balcony of Johnson Gym.

It costs $3 to play individually (singles). It costs $4 to play as a team (doubles). To play both doubles and singles it costs $6 per individual. Which means you can sign up for both singles and doubles. To sign-up, see Carter in the Media Center. Sign-ups will be November 4th through November 6th. We will not be doing sign-ups on the day of the event. We hope to see you there!

Today is the last day to sign up for the LHS Ping Pong Tournament.

 

Attention Seniors! If you’re planning on attending SCC and interested in touring the campus, be sure to take advantage of the Learn to Dream Senior Day on Tuesday, November 12th. This field trip is for seniors who qualify for the Learn to Dream Scholarship. If you haven’t already, turn in your application ASAP! The field trip will be from 8:30-1:30, and transportation is by school bus. The jump code to register is O9BU. Please be sure to pick up a copy of the parent permission form in the Counseling Center. They are DUE THURSDAY, 11/7/19. Be sure to check your email regularly for reminders and updates! Any questions, please see Ms. Nguyen in the Counseling Center.

 

November is Native American Heritage Month. Here is your Native American History fact of the day. 

 I’m Mia White Bull, and I”m Oglala Lakota , and I’m LaDeja Bradford, and I’m Omaha. Susan La Flesche Picotte was born on the Omaha reservation in northeastern Nebraska on June 17, 1865. She became the first Native American to earn a medical degree.

In 1886, La Flesche attended the Women’s Medical College of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia. In 1889, she graduated with a medical degree, not only one year early but first in her class of thirty-six members as well.

Happy Native American Heritage Month from Native American Caucus

Also, stop by the library and see our display of the bust of Ponca Chief Standing Bear by artist Benjamin Victor in honor of National Native American Heritage month! 

 

And now a message from Stand In For Lincoln

“Hi My Name is Jack Genoways and this is Carol Flora

We are starting a new club, which will begin today after school at 3:15 in room 104.  Our group is called Stand In For Lincoln. Stand In for Lincoln is a grassroots organization in Lincoln, Nebraska that peaceful advocates for human rights on local, national, and international levels.  

Our hope for our Youth Chapter is to encourage students to develop a lens of love for all people, regardless of where a person might come from, we will think about immigration issues more critically, and create a vision on how we can continue our work to welcome ALL students to our building.  This group will do FUN and ACTION-ORIENTED activities to advocate for change!

 

 

Hello fellow nerds on Friday, November 15th the LHS D&D club will be hosting the second annual Dungeons & Dollars in the Media Center from 4:30pm to 11:59pm. If you are interested in attending the cost is $7 at the door. The cost will include a random character sheet based on what character class you want and dinner. If you are interested please fill out the google form by entering the code ‘YTPP’

If you have any questions contact Brett Noser at bnoser@lps.org

 

Today’s After school Opportunities:

– Education Talent Search meeting in Room 100M

– Stand In For Lincoln meeting in Room 104

– Young Entrepreneur Club meeting in Room 100F

– Yezidi Program meeting in Room 117

– Las Razas Unidas meeting in Room 107

– Dungeons & Dragons meeting in Room 130

– Life After High School meeting in Room 100L

– Homework Zone including Science & Math tutoring meeting in the Media Center

 

*IIG Step Chain will be meeting today and next Wednesday, November 13th, in S230 as there are NO THURSDAY ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK OR NEXT AFTER SCHOOL.

 

And on the Lunch Menu today, we have: 

Mac and Cheese, Mexi Pizza, Hot Turkey Ham and Cheese Sandwich, or a Chef Salad

MEATLESS ENTRÉES INCLUDE

Black Bean Salsa Stuffed Wrap, or a Meatless Chef Salad with a Roll

 

Tomorrow, Sophomores will be taking the Pre-ACT. Freshmen, Juniors, and Seniors will NOT report to school tomorrow. After the pre-ACT day on Thursday, the library will not be open and there will not be any extended hours after school. 

 

Be sure to wish Mr. Joel White a happy birthday today!

 

That’s all for today. Remember that you can see all past episodes of our show on The Advocate Online website at LHSAdvocate.com

Thanks for watching our broadcast, and we’ll see you again next time  on… LinksLive!

 

LinksLive!

Season 1: Episode 56

November 6, 2019

Produced as part of Lincoln High Broadcast Journalism Class