Lion Tales

Two Schools Separated by 4507 Miles And an Ocean

Senior Students During a School Party (Tabatha Menten / Lincoln Lion Tales)

Tabatha Menten, journalist

August 23, 2019

My name is Tabatha Menten. I’m seventeen years old. I’m an exchange student from Belgium. This is my home, but I hope to make this unknown country more familiar by comparing it to something you know -- Lincoln. Today’s subject is the difference between my school in Belgium and Lincoln here in San ...

Welcome Back Lions!

Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year! (Anjanai Vallez, Ariana Noble/ Lincoln Lion Tales)

Ariana Noble and Anjanai Vallez

August 21, 2019

Hey Lincoln Lions! Good to see you for another year, welcoming class of 2023 and saying goodbye to our class of 2020. Over the summer, roads were paved in the staff parking lot and room numbers were changed. The basement rooms start with “B”, main floor classrooms are 100’s and upstairs are th...

Vandalism at the End of the School Year

workers painting the wall to hide the crude messages and images on June 6th, 2019. (Nick Bernwanger Lincoln Lion Tales)

Nancy Robles, Publisher

June 6, 2019

The end of the 2018-2019 school year has come to an end. However, there still seems to people who just do not like following the rules and are rebels. On this morning of Thursday June 6, 2019, the last day of school, there was tagging and vandalism located throughout Lincoln which consisted of some nasty remarks and even targeted the principal. Lincoln Lion Tales int...

PHOTOS: Graduation Goodbye To Our Senior Class Of 2019!

Senior class of 2019 walking onto their future. (Anjanai Vallez/Lincoln Lion Tales).

Ariana Noble, Reporter

June 6, 2019

As the 2018-2019 school year comes to an end, we give our final goodbye to our class of 2019. Some will go off to college, join the military, or commit to the workforce; either way, Lion Tales could not be more proud. Lion Tales has enjoyed fawning over their cars and envying their spirit, no other ...

How Mr. Phillips’ 0 Period Helps His Students

How Mr. Phillips' 0 Period Helps His Students

Nick Bernwanger and Andrew Lopez

June 6, 2019

This year, coach Adrian Phillips started the 0 period program as a way to help students with low grades raise them. His goal was to provide students who struggle or find themselves getting off task with a tool that they would be able to use now and later in life to stay organized and on track. He uses grade checks ...

Girls Softball Senior Night

All of the Softball team comes together for one last team picture.

Isidro Vargas and Robert Correa

May 24, 2019

Recently, Lincoln High School's Softball team attended Senior Night on May 10, 2019. Another team that attended the event was Lincoln's rivals, San Jose High. The event was a bit more special due to the addition of having the rivals being there in regards to the last game held at Lincoln. The event...

Senior Success: 3 Students Attending Private Colleges

Ariana Noble, Reporter

May 23, 2019

5/31/19 Correction: Ilyaas Sugal's name was misspelled digitally and in print.We have corrected it digitally and we are sorry for the error.

Track and Field Coach Robert Flores Named CCS Honor Coach for 2019!!

Adrian Uribe, Editor

May 23, 2019

Long time Track and Field coach Robert Flores has been named CCS Honor Coach for 2019! Coach Flores has been coaching Track and Field for at local high schools for the past 49 years and here at Lincoln for nearly a decade. He is one of the best coaches in the area and has been the reason for Lincoln's  recent su...

A Night Of Enchantment

Prom 2019 at the Rotary Summit Center. (Jeffrey Nisihura/ Lincoln lion Tails )

Anastasia Cervantes, Editor

May 22, 2019

On May 19th Lincoln held their annual prom at the Rotary Summit Center. The event started at 7:30 pm and ended at 10:30pm. Ticket sales started April 15th and ended May 7th; prices started at $35 with ABS and $70 without ASB for the first week. Second week prices were $75 with ABS and $80 without A...

Downtown Doors as Canvas: 3 Lincoln Artists Honored

Lincoln's Winners For Downtown Doors. Nancy Urbina(top left), Laela Keo(bottom left), 
Gibson Davis(right corner)

Elisa Delgado, Reporter

May 16, 2019

Over twenty local high schools entered the annual SJ Downtown Doors competition. Three Lincoln students were chosen to have their digital art on the SJ downtown doors. There were only twenty spots available and each school was allotted ten entries. Laela Keo, Gibson Davis, and Nancy Urbina, were the three ...

Check Out the 2018-2019 Yearbook Cover

This 2018-2019 yearbook cover. Yearbook on sale now (Monarch Yearbook / for Lincoln Lion Tales).

Sharilyn Munoz and Nancy Robles

May 15, 2019

The end of this 2018-2019 school year is coming to an end. This means yearbooks are on sale NOW. This year the yearbook class is very excited to show you what they have done with the yearbook. The yearbook prices will be starting at $95 and prices will rise up to $100 or more once yearbooks arrive. Yearbooks...

In Memoriam: Gail Actor Cahn

In loving memory of Gail Actor Cahn (1969-2019).  Mrs. Cahn posing for a picture ( courtesy of Mr. Cahn's family for Lincoln Lion Tales).

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 ...

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