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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

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

I’m Rodrigo Muñoz and I’m Liam Ducey 

 

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

 

Any boy wishing to tryout for Boys Basketball will need to complete Athletic Skills Testing TOMORROW!  beginning at 3:10 pm in the weight room.

IF YOU DO NOT COMPLETE ATHLETIC SKILLS TESTING YOU WILL NOT BE

ALLOWED TO TRYOUT ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH. 

 

The Marines will be in the cafeteria tomorrow during 5th pd. 

 

“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

 

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

I’m Mia White Bull, and I’m Oglala Lakota.

The Iroquois Confederacy, founded by the Great Peacemaker in 1142, is the oldest living participatory democracy on earth. In 1988, the U.S. Senate paid tribute with a resolution that said, “The confederation of the original 13 colonies into one republic was influenced by the political system developed by the Iroquois Confederacy, as were many of the democratic principles which were incorporated into the Constitution itself.” 

Thanks, from Native American Caucus. 

 

Lincoln High’s Annual Fundraiser, Hoops 4 Hope, is Friday, November 15th in Johnson Gym at 7 pm. Admission is only $5.

 

And now here’s an announcement from HOSA

“Sophia: Hi, I’m Sophia.

Ella: and I’m Ella, and we’re here with your HOSA Week daily announcement.

 Sophia: Tuesday is our mental illness awareness day and for that, we are wearing green. Millions of Americans suffer from a mental illness, both directly and indirectly, with many of them being of high school age. One in ten young people have experienced a period of major depression. Along with that, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. 

Ella: However, there are ways to help. Studies show that people with mental health problems get better and many recover completely. Friends and loved ones can make a big difference and be important influences to help someone get the treatment and services they need by reaching out and letting them know you are available to help. So in honor of mental illness awareness, check up on your friends and family and let them know you’re there to help. Thanks for wearing green to show your support today!  

Sophia: Your mental health is important. We all live with stress and anxiety. 

Ella: Did you know that LHS CLC offers Wise Mind Project on Tuesdays after school?  This group provides a space for students to decompress, practice mindfulness skills, learn strategies to regulate emotions and manage stress.

Please join the Wise Mind Project in room 118 on Tuesdays after school to starting building a Wise Mind!  

Sophia: Tomorrow – Wednesday –  HOSA is dedicating to AIDS & STD Awareness. 

 Thursday will be cancer awareness, specifically with Team Jack and Friday HOSA is hosting a Hat Day for Team Jack. For tomorrow show your support by wearing Red for AIDS & STD Awareness.  

 

Hello fellow nerds on Friday, November 15th the LHS D&D club will be hosting the second annual Dungeons and 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

 

If you were unable to attend the Honors Assembly, please stop by the main office to pick up your certificates and letters. Please bring your ID and Congratulations on your achievement!

 

An now here’s a message from Student Council

“Juliana: I’m Juliana Quattrocchi on behalf of your friendly neighborhood Student Council. Hoops for Hope is just 4 days away! It starts at 7 pm in the Johnson Gym. For the low low price of just $5 you can see your teachers, administrators, and staff face off. Be there. 

Emily: If you’d like to organize events like Hoops 4 Hope, Prom, and Respect Campaign, then apply to join Student Council second semester using the jumpcode YQPV. Contact any student council member with questions.

Juliana: Now, your featured Student Council member of the week. Emily SoWel is a sophomore and this is her second year on the council. Emily, what are you currently working on?

Emily: I’m currently working on organizing a holiday meal for student council to share with students who are in the English Language Learners program. I really love being on Student Council because I can help organize really fun projects that benefit students!

Juliana: Thank you Emily. Go Links!

 

Today’s After school Opportunities:

Games Galore + Chess meeting in Room 102

Kaleidoscope meeting in Room 101

Intramural Basketball in South Gym

American Sign Language in 100M

College Club meeting in Room 100F. 

Untold Migrant Stories meeting in Room 100L

Wise Mind Project meeting in room 118

Homework Zone at 2:15 in the Media Center 

 

All students MUST Be in a supervised activity by 2:15pm. You will need a pass if arriving after this time. Once students leave the building, they will not be able to reenter. 

And on the lunch menu today, we have, 

 

ENTREE

Muchos Nachos, Country Beef Sandwich, Philly Chicken Sub, or a Chef Salad

MEATLESS ENTRÉEs include

Black Bean Salsa Burger or a Meatless Chef Salad with Jalapeno Cornbread or a Roll

 

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 59

November 12, 2019

 

Produced as part of Lincoln High Broadcast Journalism Class

 

Anchor: 

Liam Ducey

 

Anchor: 

Rodrigo Munoz

 

Camera Operator/Lights/Audio

Mikil Foss & Angelina O’Malley

 

Teleprompter/Studio Setup

Mikil Foss

 

Guests

Juliana Quattrocchi

Emily SoWel

Ella Hansen

Sophia Hancock

Editors

Sara Almusawy

 

Adviser

Gregory Keller

 

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