LinksLive! The LHS News Broadcast 11/11/19

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Monday, November 11, 2019

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

I’m Avalena Baird and I’m Tyler Schumacher

 

Happy Veterans Day. To all of our LHS staff who are also veterans, thank you for your service. 

 

“Have you ever wished you could be a better public speaker?  Then LHS Speech Team has a place for YOU!  

We welcome new members throughout the fall semester!  Please join us TODAY and any Monday in Room 302 after school to learn more! “

 

Northwest Missouri State University will be in the Counseling Center today during 2nd period. Please get a pass from your 2nd pd. teacher if you would like to come visit with them. Thank you!

 

And now here’s a message from Hope Squad

Ariana Rouse

Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud – Maya Angelou

 

Are you looking for ways to get connected to your peers ?

Are you interested in finding out more about your strengths and the strengths of others?

Come join us for Community Connections (clink of mugs)

This group is an intentional space for students to connect with their peers. 

We want peers to utilize this space to talk about what is going on in their community.

Come join us for Community Connections Mondays in room 118! 

 

“Today’s After school Opportunities include:

– CityLight High meeting in Room 100M –

– Native American PEP meeting in Room 117

– Community Connections meeting in Room 118

– Latina Leaders meeting in Room 114

– Life After High School meeting in Room 100L

– Magic the Gathering meeting in Room 104

– Hip Hop Dance Collective meeting in the Cafeteria

– Young Women’s Business Leadership meeting in Room 102

– Homework Zone in the Media Center

 

“Native American Students! Join us for Rock Your Moccs! 

This event will bring together Native students from Lincoln High, North Star and NorthEast High schools. This is a time and space for Native youth to connect and collaborate. We will have fry bread and fun! 

Join us THIS FRIDAY  November 15th from 4-5:30pm  at the Indian Center.

If you have questions and need transportation, please contact Chelsea Egenberger in the Family Resource Center or by email at chelsea.egenberger@lps.org

 

Also, Native American students going to UNL tomorrow for the symposium, please meet in the Cafeteria by 7:45 a.m. The bus will leave at 8:00 a.m. Contact Kris Ross or see Mr. Keller in Room 308 for questions. 

 

And now here’s your Native American Heritage Month fact of the day: 

On this Veterans Day, we wanted to recognize the contributions of Native Americans in the military. 

  • 31,000 American Indian and Alaska Native men and women are on active duty today, serving in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere around the world.
  • 140,000 living Native Americans are veterans. 11.5 percent of these veterans are female, as compared to 8 percent of all other ethnicities.
  • Native Americans served in the post-9/11 period in a higher percentage than veterans of other ethnicities

Thanks to our Native men and women vets for their service. 

 

And now here’s an announcement from HOSA

TK: Hi! I’m Takirah Coleman

Mattie: and I’m Mattson Oliva.

Both: And we’re from HOSA!

Mattie: Today is the beginning of HOSA Spirit Week!

TK: The first theme day is today for breast cancer awareness

Mattie: Did you know that 1 in 8 women will develop invasive breast cancer in their life!

TK: And 1 in 833 men will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. 

Mattie: Make sure you wear green tomorrow for mental health awareness.

Both: Have a nice day!!!

 

And now here’s an announcement from Student Council [recorded]  

“I’m Juliana Quattrocchi on behalf of your friendly neighborhood student council and I want you to apply to student council second semester! The application opens today at 3 pm and will close Tuesday, November 26th at 5 pm. Help organize events like Prom, Respect Campaign, and Hoops 4 Hope. Direct any questions to our Co-Sponsors, Shelley Swartz and Carter Hulinsky. 

This Friday is Hoops 4 Hope at 7pm in the Johnson Gym. Tickets are $5 and all proceeds benefit the Make a Wish Foundation. See your favorite staff members battle head to head in this fascinating basketball game. Go links! “

Congratulations to LHS debaters who competed at the Lincoln Southwest Silver Talon debate tournament on Saturday. In Congressional debate, Alaa Ismail placed 4th overall. In Lincoln Douglas debate Tiegan Gunning was an octofinalist in the novice division, and Audrey Lester an octofinalist, Adi Mehlin and quarterfinalist, and Isza Strong a semifinalist in the varsity division. In Policy debate Esme Krohn and Hassan Almusawy were tournament champions. In Public Forum, Eliza Cline and Ashley Kim were closed out in quarterfinals by teammates Lilly Gibson and Carmen Marley, who finished as novice division champions. In the varsity division, partners Luke Moberly and Madeline Walker and Mikil Foss and Kevin Tran closed out finals, finishing as tournament co-champions and each earning a gold bid to the National Tournament of Champions. Debaters will be competing next weekend at the Norfolk Roger Maxwell Debate Invitational.

Hi! I’m Mr. Droud, one of the Huddle Leaders for Lincoln High’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes. In an effort to get people to listen to the information we’re sharing about FCA on Links Live, we are going to end one of our weekly announcements with a famous movie quote. The first student or staff member that emails rdroud@lps.org, with the correct answer will receive a “fabulous” prize. We’ll always start our announcement with, “Here’s another fantastic message from Fellowship of Christian Athletes” to prep you for the potential quote. We hope you enjoy the game and hey… thanks for listening!

 

Here’s another fantastic announcement from Fellowship of Christian Athletes! There are many that love to eat at McDonald’s, Chick-fil-a and Subway, but are “fast food beliefs” just as good?  Tomorrow we’ll discuss why slowing down will get you where you ultimately want to go. Be in Room 402 by 7:15 for twenty minutes- it’ll certainly be worth it! Oh, and today’s movie quote: “THIS IS THE FIGHT OF OUR LIVES. WE ARE GOING TO WIN. WHATEVER IT TAKES.” The first person to email Mr. Droud with the correct movie title will win a “fabulous” prize. 

 

And on the lunch menu today, we have, 

ENTREE

Popcorn Chicken, Cheeseburger on Bun, or a Chef Salad

MEATLESS ENTRÉEs include

Garlic French Bread Pizza with Marinara Sauce, Meatless Chef Salad, and a

Croissant

 

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!