Lincoln Athletics was pushed back until 2021 because of COVID19. While the summer and fall was a time of uncertainty, with no schedules and declining numbers at practices, sports burst back on the scene in March 2021 as the worst of the pandemic seemed to have passed. By then, students had learned to run the 5,000 meters, sprint the length of a football field and slide into home base with a cloth mask on, and fist bumps and personal water bottles replaced the usual physical closeness of team sports.
We talked to three coaches and a player about coming out of the pandemic and returning to the joy of playing.
We all know what online school is like for a parent (“Turn on your camera!”) and for a kid (“I told you to knock!”).
So, Friends of Lincoln is asking Lincoln High School educators what their work days are like during the pandemic.
With time on their hands and no prom, graduation or terminal rager to attend, it's no surprise some Lincoln seniors pieced together a video montage for their friends.
Turns out April 2020 really is the cruelest month, but Lincoln’s psychologist and nurse in partnership with the Cardinal Families Health Action Network have these suggestions for ways our teens can make it through the friendless wasteland of social distancing.