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In Memoriam: Gail Actor Cahn

In Memoriam: Gail Actor Cahn

Nancy Robles and Sharilyn Munoz

May 8, 2019

During this 2018-2019 school year, a teacher at Lincoln High School passed away. Gail Actor Cahn was a Biology teacher. She taught 16 years at Willow Glen, 6 years at Kehillah Jewish, and 7 years at Lincoln High School. She was born on December 15, 1969 and died March 24, 2019. Mrs. Cahn died due to ...

Lion Ballers: Boom or Bust? Baseball 2019

Lion Ballers: Boom or Bust? Baseball 2019

Isidro Vargas, Journalist

April 25, 2019

Lincoln Boys Varsity Team has had 8 league games with a record of 5-4, although the record does indicate a bad season, it is the mid season and they have won 3 straight league games. The team lost 2-1 Piedmont Hills and 2-0 to Sobrato, then lost 8-4 again to Piedmont Hills, but as you read those were just...

“Period. End of Story”, Movie Showing, Hosted By Lean In

“Period. End of Story”, Movie Showing, Hosted By Lean In

Ariana Noble, Reporter

April 5, 2019

On Wednesday, March 27th, Lincoln's club Lean In hosted the award winning movie "Period. End of Sentence." in Ms. Kollings room. Cookies were available for sale and the group members gave a short introduction to the movie. This movie won an Oscar award for top short documentary. Set in Hapur, a village in India, women hoped to c...

Battle of the Dances: Glow Up vs. Baile Forever

Battle of the Dances: Glow Up vs. Baile Forever

Nancy Robles and Sharilyn Munoz

April 3, 2019

Friday, March 8, 2018, there were dances at Pioneer and Lincoln. One of these dances was the Glow Up Dance which was hosted and being held by Lincoln. The other was the Baile Forever Dance which was hosted by Pioneer Latinos Unidos Club which invited Gunderson, Lincoln, Willow Glen and Pioneer High ...

Lincoln presents PIPPIN!

Lincoln presents PIPPIN!

Aracely Garcia Cruz, Reporter

March 21, 2019

On March 21-30 the play Pippin will come to Lincoln High School and you can get your tickets at www.lincolnperformingarts.com  or in the box office at lunch. On March 22nd there will be a gala with food and lots of fun and circus magic at 6:30 pm before the show. The show will begin at 7:30 pm. A fou...

First Ever Latinos Unidos Dance

First Ever Latinos Unidos Dance

Nancy Robles and Sharilyn Munoz

March 8, 2019

Looking for something fun to do on Friday,March 8, 2019? Pioneer High School is hosting a Latino Mixer dance called “Baile Forever.” The dance is from 7-10pm. The cost for a ticket is $10 for an active Latinos Unidos Club member and $15 for general admission. Lincoln Lion Tales interviewed Ileana Perez,...

“Glow-Up” Spring Dance

“Glow-Up” Spring Dance

Nancy Robles and Sharilyn Munoz

March 4, 2019

Looking for something to do on Friday night, March 8th? Join ASB and Leadership at the annual "Glow-Up" spring dance from 6:30-9:00pm at the main gym. Lincoln Lion tales interviewed the spring dance committee to find more information about the dance. The students in the committee are Myranda Manguer...

SAT Approaching!

SAT Approaching!

Ariana Noble, Reporter

March 1, 2019

Our final SAT offered at Lincoln for the 2018-2019 school year is happening on Wednesday! Seniors will report to the main gym at 9am for their senior activities, juniors will talk with their US history teachers about the location of their testing room. If students have a PE class as their 1st period, they ...

Computer Science: Now an A-G Science Class

Computer Science: Now an A-G Science Class

Aracely Garcia Cruz, Reporter

February 27, 2019

Recently, The University of California agreed to make computer science an A-G science class. This is beneficial for students who love to code and want to earn their credits. Miss Reid, a computer science teacher at Lincoln High School wants as many of her students as possible to join other similar classes L...

5 Seniors Discuss Their Plans After High School

5 Seniors Discuss Their Plans After High School

Robert Correa and Isidro Vargas

February 15, 2019

After high school, there are various paths that students can take to either further their education or start their career. Some paths that students can take are: Going to a university, going to a community college, going to a technical school, going to a vocational school, enlisting in the armed forces, ...

SJCC and Lincoln: Partners Providing Pathways During and After High School

SJCC and Lincoln: Partners Providing Pathways During and After High School

Sharilyn Munoz and Nancy Robles

February 15, 2019

How can a Lincoln student benefit from a community college like San Jose City College? San Jose City College is a help to Lincoln. There has been ways that students have benefited from SJCC. On January 20, 2018, around 90 students attended the SJCC workshop. The counselors reached out to SJCC to have...

When it Rains: Student Shares Story of Near Evacuation

When it Rains: Student Shares Story of Near Evacuation

Ariana Noble and Anastasia Cervantes

February 15, 2019

At 4:22am on February 14th, 2019, an emergency flood alert was sent out to local families in the San Jose along Guadalupe River Willow Glen Way to Atlanta Ave area. Lion Tales talked to Collin Oakes, a junior at Lincoln High School and he told his story to us: "At 4:00am, police came knocking lo...

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