Lion Tales

How To Cherish Thanksgiving

How To Cherish Thanksgiving

Michelle Lu, Journalist

November 27, 2019

Thanksgiving is a time full of love and warmth. Families from far and near reunite to celebrate all the blessings the past year has brought upon each and every one of us. Lincoln students and administrators will be having a Thanksgiving break next week. During the break, many students may wonder how to...

Fall Playlist

Fall Playlist

Jesus Reyes, Reporter

November 27, 2019

Ever been bored of doing nothing during Thanksgiving? Well, I have the solution for you. The following playlist that I have put together is perfect to set a cheerful and warm mood during the Thanksgiving dinner . This playlist includes songs you can jam and listen to. “Sunflower” by Rex Oran...

2019 Little Bone Recap

Taken by: Amy Bernwagner

Antonia Madrid and Mason Fenster

November 27, 2019

 This year was the 77th annual Little Bone football game, held on Thursday, November 15th, 2019 on our own field! The Lincoln Lions played against their lasting rivals, the San Jose High Bulldogs. Before the game, the Lincoln Pep Band marched out the Lincoln JV team, to hype up the last game of this almost u...

Big Bone Game: Last One on Thanksgiving?

Minutes before the game started the team had a talk. They all met in the middle to get pumped up. The game took place at the Lincoln football field on Friday, August 30, 2019. (Jetzemani Diaz Villalobos--Lion Tales)

Gio Quezadas, Journalist

November 22, 2019

The Lions finished the season with a 5-4 overall record, while going 4-3 in league games. Sadly, they weren’t able to qualify for CCS playoffs like they did last season. Senior Adam Arenas led the league in rushing yards and touchdowns, with 1,470 yards and 20 total touchdowns. With those stats he...

Lots Of Talent At Performing Arts Day!

Eighth graders showcasing their puppet skills on stage! Performing Arts Day is a day when middle school students are invited to attend performing arts classes at Lincoln. Located in the Black Box Theater November 15, 2019 (Andrea Saldana)

Andrea Saldana, Editor

November 22, 2019

November 15, 2019 The annual Performing Arts (PA) Day at Lincoln High School took place at the Black Box Theater. Eighth graders from different middle schools in the area came to participate in this fun and exciting event. During PA Day, students took different performing arts classes such as: dance, dr...

Music Department Fundraiser: Pancake Breakfast

Kitzya Velazquez singing alongside mariachi. She's currently in mariachi. September 19, 2019 located in the Lincoln gym (Daniela Navarro/Lion Tales).

Andrea Saldana, Editor

November 13, 2019

Lincoln’s annual Performing Arts Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser took place at Lincoln High School last Saturday, October 19, 2019. Students took part in performing in front of parents, Lincoln alumni, and other Lincoln students while they enjoyed their breakfast that they purchased to support the perfor...

A Riveting Season For Girls Water Polo

Girls Water Polo seniors smiling for the camera. Girls won against Mt. Pleasant 19-1 for their Senior Night. September 18, 2019 located at the Lincoln pool (Jeff Canyon/Yearbook).

Natalie Sierra and Andrea Saldana

November 7, 2019

Girls water polo has been on fire this season! They were undefeated, demolishing every game they competed in the process. With seventeen returners and twelve new players the team had to work extra hard to catch up the new members. Water polo isn’t easy, it’s a vigorous contact sport that requires...

Club Profile: Lincoln’s Youth Led by Christ

The location of the Youth Led by Christ Club takes place during lunch every Thursday in room 204 in the  main building. (Tania Cortes/Lion Tales)

Kevin Gonzalez and Tania Cortes

November 1, 2019

Lincoln's Youth Led by Christ club meets every Thursday at lunch upstairs in the main building in room 204. There, the club's leaders greet the new and old club-goers with pizza and a new lesson plan for that day. The club leaders, Senior Jacob Richardson, Sophomore Joy Haythorne, and Senior Alaina Harren, always...

Mystery Solved! How Did Lion Tales Get Its Name?

All 11 piece of newspaper that we received. (Edgar Uribe/ Lincoln Lion Tales)

Edgar Uribe, Reporter

November 1, 2019

During the summer of 2019, Lion Tales received 6 articles ranging from several years back. Some articles range back to 1942, the year Lincoln High School was established. These articles were sent to us by a former Lincoln High School student from the class of 1975. Her name is Margaret (Peggy Kustel) Daulton,...

POW! WOW!

POW! WOW!

Laiyla Santillan, Journalist

October 26, 2019

Two of Lincoln’s very own young artists will be taking part in a global mural and arts festival known as: “POW! WOW!” Each year, 10-30 artists are chosen to paint a mural in their city and this year students Rista White (sophomore) and Kylee Dougherty (Junior) have been asked to participate.  Both gi...

Losing Bucks to Textbooks

Losing Bucks to Textbooks

Kalena Peña, N.K. Chand, and A.K Chan

October 24, 2019

Debt is an important concept used throughout the federal government in order to foster long-term growth and prosperity. However, in the halls of Lincoln High School— and any other high school in SJUSD— debt prevents students from receiving their diploma, which is crucial to future opportunities. The pr...

The Vaping Epidemic: Fruit-Flavored and Fatal

The Vaping Epidemic: Fruit-Flavored and Fatal

N.K. Chand, A.K Chan, and Kalena Peña

October 15, 2019

Vaping is killing people.  The same vaping epidemic that is causing deaths all across the U.S. is spreading into the lives of Lincoln High School students. Lincoln Lion Tales, disturbed with this information, has decided to discuss the new vaping policy at Lincoln.  Last year at Lincoln, staff...

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