LinksLIVE! The LHS News Broadcast 2/4/2020

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Tuesday, February 4, 2020

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

I’m Evan Dang

All boys not in a winter sport who are interested in playing soccer this spring should attend a brief meeting Friday, February 7 at 3:15pm in room 157 (The Athletic Conference Room). We will discuss the remainder of the preseason, getting ready for tryouts, and what to expect for tryouts.

Anyone interested in playing boys golf this season, there will be a 5-10 minute meeting on Monday Feb. 10th in room 144 at 3:15.

Here’s a message from African American Caucus:
(Mason Madden)
Plessy v. Ferguson was a landmark 1896 U.S. Supreme Court decision that upheld the constitutionality of racial segregation under the “separate but equal” doctrine. The case stemmed from an 1892 incident in which African American train passenger Homer Plessy refused to sit in a car for blacks. The Supreme Court ruled that a law that “implies merely a legal distinction” between whites and blacks was not unconstitutional.
It would not be until the landmark case Brown v. Board of Education in 1954, at the dawn of the civil rights movement, that the majority of the Supreme Court would essentially concur with Harlan’s opinion in Plessy v. Ferguson. 

“Are you a social media influencer? Do you have 1,000 or more views, followers, or likes on a social media platform? If so you could be in the Lincoln High Yearbook social media spread. Fill out the google form with the jump code, Y7R6 and you could potentially be featured in this year’s Links yearbook. Once again, that jump code is Y7R6. Thanks, from your Links Yearbook staff.

Seniors! The Yearbook staff wants to know your hopes and dreams for the future. Planning to travel? Pursue your dream career? Change the world? Let us know! Fill out the form at jump codeYMO6 and you might be included in the Yearbook. Again, that jump code is: YMO6

And now, here’s a message from the Counseling Center:

Good morning. This is Judy Tuttle, your school counselor, and today is the first day of National School Counseling Week. Our focus for the week is “Resilience,” the inner strength that helps you overcome the challenges and obstacles you have in life to help you become a better human.

Maya Angelou, the great writer and poet, faced a lot of struggles and traumas during her childhood. She moved from one family to another, where she witnessed and was a victim of violence. But she never gave up pursuing her dreams. She once said, “You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.”
As your school counselor, I’m here to help you work on the skills that will help you become resilient so you can pursue all of your dreams. Come by and talk to me soon, and let’s make today great!

“Hello LINKS Community!This Thursday the Lincoln High Community Learning Center invites STUDENTS, FAMILIES, STAFF, & COMMUNITY MEMBERS to come together as ONE community for a meal and conversation. We are calling this event Community LINKS Cafe which uses the Community Cafe Model to bring people together for intentional conversations.Here is What To Expect:Cafes are usually hosted by parents in a school community, however our cafe will be hosted by a student and a community partner. Hosts are there to set the space and intention so that everyone who attends discovers meaningful connection that unites us as a community.No two cafe experiences are alike because they are driven by conversation of the individuals who are in the room! We hope that you and your family will be in the room for this engaging evening of food and connection. :The Community LINKS Cafe is this Thursday February 6th from 6-7:30pm in the Lincoln High cafeteria. A free meal will be provided and ALL are welcome and encouraged to attend.

*please note that due to this event there will NOT be a student meal served 4:30-5pm.

Please reach out to me if you have any questions. We are excited to host this event and hope to see you there

“You are invited to meet with Michael Wolfe and The Ponca Professional Enrichment Program in on Tuesday’s over lunch.

Come explore different Career Options, meet with a Career Coach who can assist with any college related questions you may have. Not sure College is the route you want to go, that’s okay too! Michael can assist in other career options. Come talk about planning your future and learn about Native Culture as well. See you in 100G during lunch!

Native American PEP will meet in 100G Tuesdays during all lunch periods EXCEPT for Club Days.

 

“Today’s After school Opportunities:
Wise Mind Project meeting in room 118
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
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.

 

“Congratulations to the Lincoln High Powerlifting team on their showing at the All Class meet at Creighton Prep this past Saturday. The Links took 14 lifters to the competition and 10 of them placed in the top 5 of their respective weight classes. Almost all lifters hit personal bests in their squat, bench and deadlifts.
Azzariah Perry, Emersyn Liljehorn & Kaleb Pence placed 5th
Bayla Young placed 4th
Givanna Nguyen, Isabel Smith, & Zach Green placed 3rd
Jager Francis, Nedaa Majo, and Kayla Farmer placed 2nd
Congratulations to all our Links who competed.

In Sports Today: There will be a swimming and diving varsity meet Vs. Lincoln North star @ Lincoln North star

Boys reserve basketball game against Millard South here @ Lincoln high

 

A reminder that we have begun serving free dinner at LHS every Monday-Thursday night from 4:30pm-5pm in our cafeteria. Stop by after you get done with practice, ARC, or a CLC club and grab a free meal.
Tonight’s dinner includes: Corn Puppies
Vegetarian Burger
Crinkle Cut French Fries
Pineapple
Milk

And on the Lunch Menu today, we have:

ENTREE
Soft Shell Taco
Sub Sandwich
Chef Salad
MEATLESS ENTRÉE
Cheese Ravioli
Meatless Chef Salad
Garlic Breadstick and 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 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 101
February 4, 2020
Produced as part of the Lincoln High
Broadcast Journalism Class

Anchor:
Evan Dang

Camera Operator/Lights/Audio
Evan Dang

Teleprompter/Studio Setup
Evan Dang

Editors
Rodrigo Muñoz

Adviser
Greg Keller

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