LinksLive! The LHS News Broadcast 11/26/19

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Tuesday, November 26, 2019

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

I’m Liam Ducey and I’m Jacob Vanderford

The LHS Play Festival is today. As you may have already noticed 10 schools from around the state will be here performing their One Act plays in the Ted Sorensen Theatre. The halls will be full of people in costume hauling pieces of equipment and sets throughout the day. Thank you in advance for your help and support.

There are no after school opportunities today due to the LHS Play Festival and the media center will close at 3:15

“IIG Step Chain invites all students and staff to come support them at their very first performance. This performance is tonight at 7:30pm at Lincoln Northeast High School for their Star Strutter Show. Activity passes and student ID’s will not work due to it being a fundraiser. The admission is $5 per person or $4 per person with a canned or non-perishable food donation to the Food Bank of Lincoln. You are more than welcome to bring more than one donation but the $1 discount only works once. The doors will open at 6:30pm.

You will also get a chance to watch our Cheer team and Pomalinks perform too! IIG looks forward to your support! ”

“CONGRATULATIONS to JULIANA QUATTROCCHI (kwah-TROH-key), who earned 5th Place in Program Oral Interpretation, and was Tournament CHAMPION in Extemporaneous Speaking at the Millard South Speech Tournament!

Additional Congratulations to SEQUOIA (seh-KOY-uh) DAVIS on earning top-3 placement in your preliminary rounds at Millard South!

Another Lincoln High Job Well Done!”

Congratulations to the Unified bowling Team. They defeated East high last night 1793 to 1664 for their last regular season competition. Districts will be on Tuesday December 3rd at Parkway at 3:30.

And now, here’s your last Native American Heritage Month fact of the day:
Did you know that there are Native American students from 64 different tribes across Lincoln Public Schools?Lincoln High is home to 82 Native American students from 18 different tribes.

These tribes are:
Omaha
Navajo
Apache
Oglala
Rosebud
Winnebago
Crow Creek
Cherokee of CA
Cherokee of OK
Potawatomi
Santee
Yankton
Shoshone
Choctaw
Ponca
Iroquois
Kiowa
And Blackfoot

We hope you learned some things about Native American Heritage this month. Stay tuned for more information in the future on LinksLive! and on TheAdvocate.com. Thanks, from Native American Caucus.

Here’s another fantastic announcement from Fellowship of Christian Athletes! Our weekly FCA Movie Quote winner was none other than Mr. Will West, who correctly guessed “A League of Their Own.” Thanks to everyone that played and hey, congratulations Mr. West!

Congratulations to the LHS debate team for their performance in the Elkhorn South tournament this Saturday.

Seniors Luke Moberly and Madeline Walker were champions in Varsity Public Forum. Sophomores Mikil Foss and Kevin Tran got 3rd in varsity public forum. Luke and Madeline also got 3rd and 1st best speakers respectively.

In Varsity Lincloln Douglas sophomore Adi Mehlin was 3rd overall and Senior Isza Strong was 11th. Adi Mehlin was also the 5th best speaker overall.

In Varsity Congress Julianna Quattrocchi got 5th overall.
In novice public forum Lilly Gibson and Carmen Marley placed 3rd
Kristie Trinh and Eliza Cline made it to quarter finals and Lilly Gibson got 3rd speaker. .

It’s not too late to join debate stop by any day of the week right after school in room S231.

Musical Auditions are coming! This year’s musical is “The Music Man.” Auditions for this amazing show will be held December 17th and 18th in the Ted Sorensen Theatre.
Auditions forms can be found in room 130 and outside 217. Sign up for an audition time soon. And also join the Theatre Google classroom and check out “The Music Man” audition folder for scenes, videos and music. Classroom code: u1dk7v
If you have any questions see Ms. Martinez, Mr. Hoefling, or Ms. Thomas

And on the lunch menu today, we have,
ENTREE
Taco Chalupa
Cherry Chicken on Brown Rice
Honey Sriracha Boneless Wings
Chef Salad
MEATLESS ENTRÉE
Bean & Cheese Chalupa
Meatless Chef Salad
with Jalapeño Cornbread or a Roll

Be sure to give birthday wishes to Ms. Grant-Colson whose birthday is on Thursday, and Ms. Stejskal whose birthday is Nov. 30th.

That’s all for today. Remember that you can see all past episodes of our show on The Advocate Online website at LHSAdvocate.com and a list of all jump codes through the master jump code YZYR.

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

LinksLive!
Season 1: Episode 69
November 26, 2019

Produced as part of Lincoln High Broadcast Journalism Class

Anchor:

Liam Ducey

Jacob Vanderford

Camera Operator/Lights/Audio:
Mikil Foss/Evan Schomer

Teleprompter/Studio Setup:
Mikil Foss

Post-Production:
Sara Almusawy

Adviser
Gregory Keller

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