Falcons by a feather: Lincoln Northwest’s purple and gray mascot unveiled | Education


So he started working on an avian design, collecting samples of clipart images and trying out different colors the school envisioned – from purple and light blue to a combination of purple and light blue.

For Warner, who estimated to have designed over 90% of LPS’s current logos, the work went as usual.

“You have to listen to what the customers want, and the schools are the customers,” he said.

Its end product is still an ode to Lincoln’s aeronautical past. The purple hawk, with white and gray accents on its wings and sharp talons, wears a pair of aviation goggles.

A purple and gray hawk is Lincoln Northwest’s mascot.


Preslee Ryan, 9, said she voted for Falcons because it was similar to Eagles, Arnold’s mascot, where she is in fourth grade. Her classmate, Aaliyah Lashae, agreed. Matteo Martinez, meanwhile, put down roots early on for the Lions, but Falcons is growing up with him.

“(Lincoln Northwest) is where I want to go to school,” he said proudly, wearing a purple Falcons t-shirt.

Lincoln Northwest is one of two new, smaller high schools and an elementary school under construction with a $ 290 million bond issue passed in 2020. Standing Bear High School is slated to open in fall 2023, while Robinson Elementary School will open next fall.

Northwest athletic director Rob Psencik said staff are already looking to incorporate the logo and mascot into the uniforms.


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