LinksLIVE! The LHS News Broadcast 3/2/2020

Monday, March 2, 2020

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

I’m Cate Frederick

The deadline is approaching for 2020 Scribe submissions! If you are a writer or artist of any kind and want to see your work published in this year’s edition of the LHS Scribe, fill out the Google form at GPYC. All works must be submitted by March 6th.

“Inclusive Communities Workshop: Tuesday March 3rd 2:15 – 4:15 pm in room 102
This is a powerful and interactive workshop that focuses on gaining greater awareness and deeper understanding of our diverse and changing community. This opportunity is offered by Inclusive Communities in partnership with LHS CLC. Join us Tuesday March 3rd in room 102 after school to learn more about forming inclusive communities and more opportunities to dive deeper into this subject matter!
Please contact School Community Coordinator Chelsea Egenberger with any questions regarding this event at

“Capitol Experience Day: Monday March 9th 9am-2pm @ the Nebraska State Capitol
We are actively recruiting students to participate in the Civic Nebraska Capitol Experience Day! This is a free event to invite students to get a more hands-on experience in learning about Nebraska’s unicameral. We will visit with senators, staffers, and spend time exploring the capitol building. Lunch will be provided. We ask students register through the form found using jump code OBYU.

“The Lincoln Community Foundation offers student scholarships of all sorts. The LHS Art Department would specifically like to remind students that there are 3 scholarships related to art: the PINC Scholarship, the Haymarket Gallery Emerging Arts Scholarship, and the Jane T. Anderson Scholarship. Currently, no one has applied to 2 of the 3 scholarships…art students, don’t lose out on this opportunity!
Go to to learn more!
The application deadline for all scholarships is March 15!

Tryouts for Boys and Girls Soccer and Track start today.
Track meets in the Conference Room at 3:30
Girls Soccer meets in the Johnson gym at 4:15

[Pantry Video]

Northwest Missouri State University will be here in the Counseling Center on Monday during 6th period. Please get a pass from your teacher to see the rep.

“Here’s another fantastic announcement from Fellowship of Christian Athletes! What do you fear more than anything? Sadly, it grips students and teachers alike, everyday, and it’s something we have to either face or attempt to run away from. Tomorrow, FCA will look to “Conquer Fear” in its Morning Meeting. It starts at 7:15 sharp and lasts for 20 minutes, so make your way up to Room 402 and let’s figure out how to tackle and get rid of fear, once and for all!

Also, Our weekly FCA Movie Quote winner on February 28 was Saw John, who correctly guessed Hacksaw Ridge. Thanks to everyone that played and hey, congratulations Saw!

Hey! This is Breanna on behalf of your friendly neighborhood Student Council. Today is the day that voting begins for the Prom 2020 theme. Prom is Saturday, April 25 at Pla Mor Ballroom. Juniors and Seniors please check your grade’s Google Classroom or email to cast your vote. And a special THANK YOU to Director Holly Hoang and her actors for making an EPIC video.

“Do you have FAMILY MEMBERS who also went to Lincoln High? Yearbook wants to hear from you!
If you’ve had 1 or more family members go to Lincoln High before you, tell us about them! When were they here? What did they do when they were here? What are they doing now? Do they have any interesting stories to share?
Got any photos? We want those, too! Fill out the form at Jump Code: YNRT That’s YNRT. Thanks from the Links Yearbook Staff”

A reminder that English After school Resource Center – ARC – meets TODAY – and every Monday and Wednesday – in Room #316 with Ms. Rennings from 3:15 – 4:15. Get the help you need to meet your academic goals from Lincoln High teachers! See you there!

“Good morning, Links! This is Emma and Conleigh on behalf of the Lincoln High Feminists for Change wishing you a happy Women’s History Month! Today we’d like to tell you about Marsha P. Johnson. She was an African American gay liberation activist and self-identified drag queen as well as a central figure in the gay liberation movement surrounding the Stonewall riots in 1969. The impact she had was immense and helped to pave the way for other gay rights activists. Happy Women’s History Month, Links!


Today’s after school opportunities include:
– Cooking Club in room S136
– Latina Leaders meeting in Room 114
– Beats 101 meeting in Room 100F
– Stand in For Lincoln Youth Chapter meeting in Room 101
– Life After High School meeting in Room 100L
– Magic the Gathering meeting in Room 104
– Hip Hop Dance Collective meeting in the Cafeteria
– Young People’s Business Leadership meeting in room 107 – Please Note this room has changed
– Homework Zone in the Media Center

A reminder that we are serving free dinner at LHS every Monday-Thursday night from 4:30pm-5pm in our cafeteria.

Tonight’s dinner includes:
Ravioli or Bean Burrito with green peas and mixed fruit

And on the Lunch Menu today, we have:
Chicken Nuggets
Breaded Pork Sandwich
Pizza Flavored Breadsticks with Marinara Sauce
Chef Salad
Chik’n Nuggets
Meatless Chef Salad
Baked Beans
Romaine Lettuce Salad
Warm Cinnamon Apple Slices
Pineapple Tidbits

That’s all for today. Remember that you can see all past episodes of our show on The Advocate Online website at 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!

Season 1: Episode 120
March 2, 2020
Produced as part of the Lincoln High
Broadcast Journalism Class

Cate Frederick

Conleigh Hemmer
Emma Benson
Breanna Harris
Kate Eilers

Camera Operator/Lights/Audio:
Evan Dang

Teleprompter/Studio Setup:
Jazzmin Branch

Ahmad Al-Hilfy Leon

Greg Keller

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