[17 Nov 2014 | No Comment | ]
Fire alarm sends students out into the cold

Usually when fire alarms go off during class, students are glad for the distraction (or the opportunity to get out of a test). Today, however, with temperatures hovering around 18°, Lincoln High students and staff were more than reluctant to leave the warmth of the building. “Do we have to go?” was a common question in classrooms around the building.
Huddling in large groups, hiding behind cars, and just shivering to keep warm, students endured 20 minutes in the freezing temps this afternoon (most without coats or hats) until Lincoln Firefighters …

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[17 Nov 2014 | No Comment | ]
Fire alarm sends students out into the cold

Usually when fire alarms go off during class, students are glad for the distraction (or the opportunity to get out of a test). Today, however, with temperatures hovering around 18°, Lincoln High students and staff were more than reluctant to leave the warmth of the building. “Do we have to go?” was a common question in classrooms around the building.
Huddling in large groups, hiding behind cars, and just shivering to keep warm, students endured 20 minutes in the freezing temps this afternoon (most without coats or hats) until Lincoln Firefighters …

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[23 Oct 2014 | No Comment | ]

Hi everybody.
I was born Kylee Johnson but I usually go by Ky, but you can call me whatever you want, I think.. I might change my mind later about that one. So about me? That’s really hard. I’m going to define myself, that’s kind of weird, but let’s do this thang. I love to read books and one of my favorite authors is Ellen Hopkins; if you haven’t read any of her books…. go to store or the library and just read one. I swear,  you won’t put it down …

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[19 Sep 2014 | No Comment | ]
Festivus Fun for All

By Ivonne Perez
Lincoln High students and staff celebrated Festivus, its annual fall celebration, on Friday, Sept. 19, 2014. Once again the weather was perfect. “ Kids had fun,” LHS Associate Principal Jill Able said. “There weren’t any issues as far as that goes, so it went well.”
Festivus is a time for students and staff to go out and have a good time, get to know each other outside of the classroom. “It’s also a time for the clubs to fundraise so they have some money to do what they need …

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[12 Sep 2014 | No Comment | ]

Local Runza restaurants will donate 15% of sales on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014 to the Foundation for Lincoln Public Schools to help purchase Golden Sower books for LPS Media Centers. “At LHS we typically get around $150.00 in free books from this event,” LHS Media Specialist Paula McClung said.
The Golden Sower Awards go to books that “stimulate children’s thinking, introduce different types of literature, encourage independent reading, increase library skills, and foster an appreciation for excellence in writing and illustrating,” according to the Golden Sower Award website. Nebraska’s young readers …

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[14 Aug 2014 | No Comment | ]
Freshmen get oriented to The High

By Kylee Johnson
The first day of high school is never easy, but it’s even more difficult for freshmen. For one thing, it’s a new building with different teachers and an insane amount of new people. But each year at Lincoln High, freshmen get a day all to themselves to get oriented.
“I like the fact that today was really laid back and that it wasn’t a stressful day,” freshman Jessie Pew said. But how could today be so laid back when there were 470 freshman (the biggest freshman class in at …