Lion Tales

Spring Sport Focus: Varsity Baseball 2018

Spring Sport Focus: Varsity Baseball 2018

Katarina Bellmonte and Adrean Uribe

April 19, 2018

Although spring has only just gotten started, Lincoln’s boys' baseball team has been taking as many wins as they can, coming on to both home and guest fields with an overwhelming fierceness. They've been practicing as hard as they can and it shows in their gameplay. Together, as a team they ar...

Lincoln’s Garden Inspired by “Seedfolks” Inspires Students

Lincoln’s Garden Inspired by “Seedfolks” Inspires Students

Isabelle Santiago, Gabriela Aguayo, and Jazmine Barajas

April 17, 2018

Here at Abraham Lincoln High School, Ms. Neely's first period Intervention English class was inspired to start a community garden after her class finished reading the book Seedfolks, written by Paul Fleischman. Mr. Fleischman, a writer who lives in Santa Cruz, CA, last visited Lincoln's campus a few years ago to speak about climate change and promote his latest work, Eyes Wide Open. The last time there was ...

VIDEO: AP Retreat 2018

VIDEO: AP Retreat 2018

Isabelle Santiago and Siena da Costa Pinto

March 23, 2018

In March 2018, the Lincoln High School's AP students spent a 3 day weekend at YMCA's Camp Campbell in Boulder Creek. California. They spent the weekend reviewing class content to prepare for the upcoming AP exams and enjoying outdoor activities together. This video is a compilation of the highlights...

VIDEO: Mr. Kappia Gives a Presentation to Students About “Things Fall Apart”

VIDEO: Mr. Kappia Gives a Presentation to Students About “Things Fall Apart”

Andrew Yslava, Reporter

March 6, 2018

This is a presentation on the novel, "Things Fall Apart" by Chinua Achebe. The presentation was given to all AP English Literature classes and some English 3/4 classes at Lincoln High School by Mr. Joseph Kappia. Mr. Kappia teaches ERWC and English 3/4 at Lincoln. The presentation touched upon African...

The Farmers Market Is Coming to Lincoln High!

The Farmers Market Is Coming to Lincoln High!

Muse Masciarelli, Reporter

March 2, 2018

Get ready Lions! The Farmers Market is finally coming to our very own Lincoln High School! After four years and talking to three different Farmers Market associations, Lincoln has finally made a deal with the West Coast Farmers Market Association (WCFMA)! Starting in either April or May, Lincoln will...

Lincoln Loss: Richard Knapp

Lincoln Loss: Richard Knapp

Hazel Stange, Co-Editor-In-Chief

March 2, 2018

On Sunday, February 25th Richard “Dick” Knapp, a longtime Lincoln staff member, passed away. Mr. Knapp became a staff member at Lincoln in 1970 and continued his work on campus until just a few months before he died. In his 47 years at Lincoln, Mr. Knapp taught English, History, Science, Woodshop, Phy...

Lincoln’s First Ever Lacrosse Team!

Lincoln’s First Ever Lacrosse Team!

Siena da Costa Pinto, Reporter

March 2, 2018

Lady Lions have blossomed in this early 2018 semester, thanks to the new Women's Lacrosse Program!  Twenty Four ambitious young athletes have been hard at work every day since January, many of whom who have gone from never having held a lacrosse stick to successfully shooting goals and making passes....

Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Katarina Bellmonte, Reporter

February 13, 2018

On Thursday, November 2, 2017, Ms. Straus, our teacher of Translation and Interpretation and her class, went to The Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California. On the bus, excited chatter filled the air. After around an hour and a half, they arrived at the Middlebury Institut...

2018 Jazz in the Box and Art Show

2018 Jazz in the Box and Art Show

Daniel Ceja, Co-Editor in Chief

February 1, 2018

This Friday and Saturday, February 2nd and 3rd will be the annual Jazz in the Box. Jazz in the Box is a concert that the Jazz Bands put on, in which the funds raised go directly to the Band program here at Lincoln. Both days of Jazz in the Box will be held in Lincoln's Black Box Theater at 7:30 p.m. ...

The Second Semester Soundtrack

Isiah Sedano and Hazel Stange

January 12, 2018

Hey Lions! Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year. Let's kick the year off to a soundtrack that will motivate you, inspire you, and make you want to get up dance- created by Lincoln students just like you! Goodluck this semester, let the world hear you roar!! Playlist One is the Loneliest Nu...

Smashed! Library Vandalized, Computers Stolen

Smashed! Library Vandalized, Computers Stolen

Siena da Costa Pinto and Katarina Bellmonte

January 9, 2018

A break-in occurred January 3rd at about 3:30 am, in the Lincoln Center Library. After speaking to the Principal, Matthew Hewitson, Lion Tales found out the following details. The perpetrator threw a giant rock through one of the back door glass windows and quickly grabbed 4 desktop computers that did...

Why Are So Many Bees Dying?

Why Are So Many Bees Dying?

Kianna Benitez, Reporter

December 12, 2017

      As this winter season comes along, you might notice more bees falling out of the sky, or landing on common walk areas. Why is that? Well, there are a lot of reason but here are the main ones.    On reason may be a little bug called the Varroa mite. It’s a parasite that can cause a ...

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