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LHS “Lockout” due to domestic violence suspect in neighborhood

+1   By Kylee Johnson
Usually at around 8:20 a.m. on Fridays, students are sitting in classrooms taking quizzes, learning something new, or they’re still waking up.  But this Friday was a little bit different; they learned about the new emergency procedures firsthand.
Lincoln High Resource Officer Chassidy Jackson was in line-up when she received critical information that would put Lincoln High into Lockout.
“There was a lockout this morning in regards to a domestic assault disturbance that went on a couple blocks away,” Jackson said. “We had gotten information that the person responsible had …

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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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LHS “Lockout” due to domestic violence suspect in neighborhood

By Kylee Johnson
Usually at around 8:20 a.m. on Fridays, students are sitting in classrooms taking quizzes, learning something new, or they’re still waking up.  But this Friday was a little bit different; they learned about the new emergency procedures firsthand.
Lincoln High Resource Officer Chassidy Jackson was in line-up when she received critical information that would put Lincoln High into Lockout.
“There was a lockout this morning in regards to a domestic assault disturbance that went on a couple blocks away,” Jackson said. “We had gotten information that the person responsible had a …

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[3 May 2014 | No Comment | ]
Cinco de Mayo Festival at LHS

 
Hundreds of Lincoln students, children, and adults took advantage of the beautiful spring weather to gather in front of Lincoln High School on Saturday to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
The free festival, El dia del Niño, featured music, dancing, food, and games. It was sponsored by El Centro de las Americas, Fiesta Mexicana of the Heartland, & Lincoln High School’s Las Razas Unidas.
 
 
In addition to live performances by Las Cecilias, an all female Mariachi, and live folklorico dancing by Fiesta Mexicana of the Heartland, the festival also included freshly made …

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[19 Dec 2013 | No Comment | ]
New Teachers In Love With the High

By Kylee Johnson
“I think the real question is why would I not pick LHS? Lincoln High is home,” says Social Studies teacher, Lindsey Herting. She is a new teacher this year at Lincoln High, but she taught last year at North Star. Previous to that, she was a sub for LPS and in 2011, she was a long term in the fall at Lincoln High for Social Studies teacher, Nancy Grant-Colson and then she was hired here as a Social Studies teacher.
Herting attended high school at Gross High in Omaha …

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Cast Members of The Trojan Women Recognized at Districts

By Kylee Johnson
Nine Lincoln High actors and actresses were awarded with an Outstanding Performance award on December 7, 2013 at the One Act District Competition. The senior winners were Lillian Bornstein, Emma Fisher, Abbie Austin, Spencer Pearson, Madeleine Miller, and Amy Brant. The juniors winners were Cat Nyberg, Tom Witzki, and Kevin Tran.
Senior Lillian Bornstein said, “Winning Districts was wonderful, because it felt like we were recognized for the work we put into it and all of the time we spent bonding and becoming a family.” Junior Kevin Tran said, …