Lincoln High School Statesman

Ivy bound

Ana Simeonova is the first LHS student ever to be accepted and plan to attend Yale University.
January 26, 2021

Among former presidents, politicians, CEOs and accomplished entertainers, senior Ana Simeonova is the first LHS student to join these prestigious people next year at Yale University. It is not uncommon...

‘RISE’ to the occasion, and support LHS special education students

The LHS Special Education students spend their 2nd and 3rd periods helping to fund-raise for their program, RISE.
January 21, 2021

Each month, students at LHS are given the opportunity to purchase refreshments in support of their peers. In early Oct. a decision was made to instill a program that benefited the special education students...

2020 Fashion Trends

Although 2020 was a chaotic year, the creativity of the fashion industry kept us entertained.
January 12, 2021

2020 has been one of the most hectic years many have ever experienced; so much has happened in the world since March. That being said, one can be forgiven for thinking that 2020 autumn and winter fashion...

LHS counselor among first to receive COVID-19 vaccine

Matt Meyers received his first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine on Dec. 18, and will receive his second dose in just two weeks.
December 26, 2020

Just weeks after the American pharmaceutical company, Pfizer, developed a potential vaccine for the COVID-19 virus, it has begun to be shipped and administered across the U.S. to certain citizens. In accordance...

Winter holidays around the world

In Russia, New Year's is an occasion where wishes might be granted, as per the tradition of watching the New Year Address by the President of Russia.
December 22, 2020

The commonplace winter traditions and festivities practiced in the U.S. are by no means universal.  Indeed, many countries around the world have their own versions of such practices (or, rather, the...

Six things juniors can do

Junior year is a great time to get head start on preparing for college.
December 22, 2020

With the end of high school in sight, there are many tasks that juniors can do this year to prepare themselves for the future. ‘Future Talk’ is usually reserved for seniors, however, taking these steps...

A cozy COVID Christmas

As Christmas time draws near, families gather to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year.
December 20, 2020

With COVID-19 spiking in positive cases as the winter season continues to get colder, many family plans involving Thanksgiving and Christmas have had to be planned differently than the previous years....

New books in LHS library

The LHS library continues to add new books to their shelves.
December 18, 2020

This year, even more than most, many are wishing for a vacation, a break, time to process this pandemic. But, with shutdowns and mandates, for most this dream is unachievable. Yet here in the LHS library...

Young Conservatives Club comes to LHS

If you are interested in attending, Young Conservatives Club meets after school until 4 p.m. every Thursday in Mr. Jones’ room, A403.
December 11, 2020

Post-2020 election, a new club at LHS, Young Conservatives Club (YCC), is establishing its influence, member base and portfolio. The club was conceived of this summer by current co-presidents and LHS...

The thirst for inclusion

Members of the LHS Gallon Gang, Rogan Brison, Seth Vonbank, Andrew Martins, Joel Christensen, Erik Schultz, Cameron Rhode and Jackson Sluiter, dressed up as members of the Mafia for Halloween.
December 7, 2020

It is a common stereotype that some athletes carry around gallon jugs of water to  ensure they have access to hydration at all times of the day. Heaven forbid that they have to fill up a 32 ounce water...

Pottery at LHS

Travis Hinton works on a throwing wheel in his classroom.
November 30, 2020

Tucked away in the back corner of the basement in E-wing one could find a hidden gem of a pottery studio run by Travis Hinton, one of the four art teachers at LHS.  Hinton teaches Exploring Visual...

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