LinksLive! The LHS News Broadcast 1/13/2020

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Monday, January 13, 2020

Good morning Lincoln High, Welcome to LinksLive! The Lincoln High Morning News Show.

I’m Evan Dang and I’m Jazzmin Branch

English After school Resource Center – ARC – meets TODAY – and every Monday and Wednesday – in Room #316 with Ms. Rennings from 3:15 – 4:15. There are also ARC sessions for art, business, math, science, social studies, and world language classes, too. Get the help you need to meet your academic goals from Lincoln High teachers! See you there!

All students who signed up for work experience this semester need to attend a 20 minute orientation meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 14 in room 212 at 2:15pm. If you cannot make the meeting, please see Ms Carlson in room 207.

Are you needing additional support? Does a small group setting interest you? Then consider one of our many group supports starting this semester. We have groups to cover many topics including grief, trauma and coping strategies. If you want more info on any of these groups or other supports offered at LHS, reach out to the school social worker, Kate Eilers in the counseling center.

“Here’s another fantastic announcement from Fellowship of Christian Athletes, but this time with a twist! The Tuesday Morning Meeting resumes tomorrow, but it isn’t going to be in Mr. Droud’s Room, so listen carefully. Tomorrow ONLY will it be in the Athletic Conference Room (which is Room 157). Be there by 7:15 and Coach Escamilla will meet, and greet, you there!

And here’s a message from Student Council.
“I’m Juliana Quattrocchi on behalf of your friendly neighborhood Student Council. We are so excited to introduce to you your new student council members: freshmen Jenan Al-Hakemi Wagner, Kennedy Bartee, Ivan Haskin, and Ivy Fox-Hayes: juniors Derrick Colborn, Duol Riek, and Julisa Aburto Sanchez: seniors Breanna Harris and Minh Dang. If you ever have any suggestions you’d like StuCo to know, these are just a few more people you can talk to.

This week is the start of respect campaign! Respect: It hits differently. Throughout the month, you’ll hear various announcements reminding you of the importance of respect. This week we are focusing on culture. Diversity is one of our greatest strengths at Lincoln High, so let’s reach out to learn from each other, celebrate where we come from, and practice respect in all our interactions.

As part of respect campaign, we are holding Bands Against Bullying in the Ted Sorensen Theatre on January 24th featuring all of your favorite Lincoln High musicians such as Smells Like Bold and Emma Harner. Mark your calendars now! On behalf of all the members of your friendly neighborhood student council, we hope that your year is off to a fantastic start. Go Links!

A reminder from Hope Squad, if you were nominated and are considering joining the group, please return your permission form into the counseling center by this Friday.

Morgan Weis
“Looking for some unique classes to take next school year? Trying to find the perfect weighted math or technology course? Then sign up for AP Statistics or AP Computer Science Principles! AP Stats teaches you how to analyze and interpret data–skills that are invaluable after high school–and AP Computer Science Principles is a class designed for people who are interested in computer science but have little or no experience with computer science or programming. If you want to know how computers talk, learn what Snapchat does with your data, or learn how to build an app, then this is the class for you! If you’re interested in either of these classes, talk to Mr. Meyer.

In Sports today: There will be a freshman boys basketball game at 6:30pm v.s. Lincoln Christian at Lincoln Christian High School.

“Today’s After school Opportunities:
– Community Connections meeting in Room 118
– Latina Leaders meeting in Room 114
– Beats 101 meeting in Room 100F
– Stand in For Lincoln Youth Chapter meeting in Room 116
– 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

All students MUST Be in a supervised activity by 3:15pm. You will need a pass if arriving after this time. Once students leave the building, they will not be able to reenter.

Starting TODAY LHS is excited to offer FREE dinner meals to students. From 4:30-5pm students can come to the cafeteria where all dinner meals will be served and eaten. No dinner meals are allowed outside of the cafeteria.

This evening’s dinner menu: Lemon Chicken on Rice served with mixed vegetables and a side of mixed fruit.”

On the Lunch Menu today, we have
ENTREE

Chicken Fingers

Personal Hamburger Pizza

Sloppy Joe on Bun

Chef Salad
MEATLESS ENTRÉE
Veggie Burger
Meatless Chef Salad
And a
Biscuit

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 86
January 13, 2020

Produced as part of Lincoln High Broadcast Journalism Class

Coach: Avalena Baird

Anchors: Evan Dang  Jazzmin Branch

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Teleprompter/Studio Setup:

Post-Production:
Alex Martin

Adviser:
Greg Keller

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