Lincoln High School Statesman

Lydia Sarbacker is exhibiting the yoga pose Yogi Squat.

Improving mind, body and soul at LHS

Baily Plourde, Entertainment Editor October 15, 2021

Whether you are an avid yogi or not, most people are familiar with yoga poses like “child’s pose” and “downward dog.” What most people are not aware of is the fact that these poses can drastically...

LHS color guard girls pose at Howard Wood Field ready for the Festival of the Bands competition this past Saturday.

Festival of the Bands recap

Allison Kolling, Staff Writer October 7, 2021

The Festival of Bands, which consists of about 30 marching bands performing and getting scored, took place this past weekend at Howard Wood Field. The four Sioux Falls public high schools and OGHS host...

I would love to be known for being kind and being there for everyone in the student body because everybody deserves to be seen and feel seen,” said Weinzetl.

Weinzetl takes the crown

Ella Grimm, Staff Writer October 1, 2021

The average LHS student or staff member could agree the crystal-clear genuineness of senior Marisa Weinzetl is what stands out the most. She authentically wants people to know that she is attentive to...

Jaykob Knutson (left) and Ella Westaby  (right) are seniors at LHS.

Senior seasons come to a close

Vanessa Timat, Staff Writer October 1, 2021

As senior year kicks in, there are many emotions flying around that emphasize the end of an era. Some may be overjoyed with the fact that graduation is right around the corner and that the end of the high...

LHS dance team smiling after a happy win at competition in Brookings.

Putting a spotlight on dance team

Allison Kolling, Staff Writer September 29, 2021

The LHS dance team has never received the credit they deserve for their sacrifices and dedication to their team, as they have not placed highly the past few seasons. However,  the most recent competitive...

LHS football managers Allison Kolling and Madyson Lawson fill water bottles at practice.

Managers tackle LHS football duties

Elana Bishop, Staff Writer September 24, 2021

The bright lights. The vivid green turf. The profuse and obnoxious smell of sweat. Each parched, wounded and disoriented player seeks for the help of not The Three Stooges, not The Three Musketeers, but...

Pastrano is one of many teachers who likes preparing for school early.

The summer to school year transition

Ashleigh Ericson, Staff Writer September 23, 2021

Many teachers have different ways of transitioning from summer to the school year. Numerous staff members like creating a schedule before school starts while others like to just roll with it.  Getting...

Wentzel and Chhen on the day of their performance for the Senior Honor Choir.

LHS students perform in the S.D. Senior Honor Choir

Jada Sandvall, Feature Editor September 20, 2021

This summer, 20 LHS students were offered the opportunity to attend a six-day event in Brookings, S.D. performing in the Senior Honor Choir. Students were able to put their skills to the test, meet new...

Many academically excelling students at LHS participate in National Honor Society.

Advice from Bogart: National Honor Society

Thompson Wakefield, Staff Writer May 21, 2021

Football, debate, gymnastics, photography, theater; students excel in their education in a multitude of ways. One less recognized way is through academia: taking AP classes, maintaining a perfect GPA,...

LHS teachers find out what they are most likely to be in the future.

LHS Teachers most likely to

Jorgen Sorum, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

Whenever you see a school yearbook or school paper, there is a good chance that there is a page about students “most likely to’s,” a page predicting the futures of students. Teachers, on the other...

The second place certificate from the National Stock Market competition hanging proudly in Janet Kolb´s room.

National Stock Market competition

Lydia Sarbacker, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

A group of talented girls in Janet Kolb's personal finance class surpassed anyone's wildest expectations when they collectively placed 2nd in the state stock market competition making them the first team...

LHS junior, Jaykob Knutson, finishes the school year off strong after taking four AP  classes this year.

Counting down the days

Hannah Cisar, Staff Writer May 14, 2021

The school year is almost finished, leaving many staff and students with less work effort than they once had at the beginning of the year. The seniors have senioritis, the juniors are dreading coming back...

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