Lincoln High School Statesman

Kate McCartney

Kate McCartney, Editor-in-Chief

Kate McCartney is a senior, second-year staff member and one of the five Editors-in-Chief for the Statesman. In her free time at LHS, she serves as NEHS Secretary as well as Environmental Ingenuity Club Co-President. She is also involved in SALSA, NHS and Yoga Club. As an avid iced tea drinker, McCartney can probably be found at Starbucks when she is not (or when she is) writing stories. She loves being on-the-go (preferably out of town), listening to The Lumineers and eating Crumbl Cookies with fellow staff member Taylor Schmitz.

All content by Kate McCartney
Junior Ali Bainbridge has left a lasting impact on the running programs at LHS and the school as a whole.

Speed and so much more

November 5, 2021
Each of the 7.8 billion people on Earth all have unique names.

What’s in a name?

October 25, 2021
There is plenty to look forward to in 2021, but sequels and new seasons of shows are at the top of many lists after quarantine-sparked Netflix addictions.

New year, new Netflix

February 4, 2021
Ana Simeonova is the first LHS student ever to be accepted and plan to attend Yale University.

Ivy bound

January 26, 2021
The Statesman Scare Affair was held on October 30 this year, giving students and teachers an opportunity to dress up for Halloween.

Statesman Scare Affair

November 2, 2020
Sept. 18, 2020 homecoming game halftime performance featuring one drummer, LHS senior Mason Endsley.

A one-man band

October 20, 2020
Regan Meyer teaches World Geo in the Freshman Academy. This is her second year at LHS.

More than a job

October 17, 2019
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