How to Lend a Hand

Interact Club photo 2 playing a game (800x600)

Thiana Suarez, Senior Staff Writer
January 7, 2015

Interact Club is a club that brings together different students from different countries and cultures. It also helps the community by donating school supplies to students who can’t afford them like a pencil pouch drive. Every first and third Monday at after school until 4:00 pm, Interact club is open... Read more »

Senioritis: The Eventual Fight for the Cure

Senioritis Article Photo 1

Valerie Gregorio, Senior Staff Writer
January 6, 2015

We are getting to that point of the year where many seniors are finishing up college applications and receiving acceptances already. Once second semester starts, many of them will have already made decisions about where they are going after high school. They might tell themselves that they are done... Read more »

Unlock Your Holiday Spirit with Key Club

Gingerbread house 1 from Key Club

Thiana Suarez, Senior Staff Writer
December 17, 2014

The holidays are coming and the weather is getting colder.  To help others keep out of the frigid temperatures and stay warm, Leonardtown High School’s Key Club is working to collect holiday donations.  Key club is held in at room F14 in Mr. Bloch’s room after school from 2:45pm to 3:30pm on every... Read more »

Terrific Teen Read Week

Book Fair

Thiana Suarez, Senior Staff Writer
December 9, 2014

For the first time ever,  Leonardtown High School is bringing in Teen Read Week.  To celebrate the arrival of this amazing week the book fair, the book club, and hot chocolates during lunches are all being offered.  Teen Read is in the Leonardtown High School library for students to buy new books... Read more »

Ladies of Excellence

Flow Mentoring Suarez

Thiana Suarez, Senior Staff Writer
November 19, 2014

Every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month, girls in grades 9 through 12 are welcomed to a club where they can plan on what to do in the future. The club’s sponsor is Ms. Crowder and Ms. Riggs discusses and teaches the girls about college plans.   Ms. Riggs helps her students in the FLOW club by learning... Read more »

It’s One of Those First Fridays

The Hot Toddies perform at Leonardtown First Fridays

Daniel Rosales-Hu, Senior Staff Writer
October 21, 2014

First Friday: an event that brings attention to the public to downtown Leonardtown. It’s an event where people gather and just hang out with friends and have fun on the first Friday every month. This event is  a chance for Leonardtown’s local businesses to promote themselves within this event... Read more »

Southern Maryland Youth Orchestra

Sophomore Hannah Argobright plays the bass at an SMYO rehearsal.

Allison Guy, Sophomore Staff Writer
October 14, 2014

Many students at Leonardtown play musical instruments. Are you one of them? If so, you may be interested in joining the Southern Maryland Youth Orchestra. SMYO is a community orchestra in southern Maryland that invites middle and high school musicians to improve their musical skills. The Southern Maryland... Read more »

Schools, schools everywhere! How Will You Decide?

A sign outside the college fair showing the slogan for the event.

Angel Higgs, Senior Staff Writer
September 30, 2014

For juniors and seniors, college is right around the corner and many people probably don’t have a list of colleges they want to go to, what scholarships they’re applying for, or possibly don’t even know what they need to know or do before applying for colleges! So in short amount of time how are... Read more »

New Electives: What Would You Choose?

Jessica Brown, Senior Staff Writer
May 2, 2014

It’s that time of year again; spring is slowly making its way to Saint Mary’s County and students start to look into which classes they would like to take the following school year. Although one’s plate may be full of core courses, such as English, history, science and math, one must keep in mind... Read more »

Your (Hopefully) Helpful Guide to Class Registration

Course Completer Sequences for Leonardtown High School

Casey Bacon, Sophomore Staff Writer
March 27, 2014

Ah, March. The third month of the year brings with it college basketball obsession from every other male in the United States, a day dedicated to shamrocks and assorted shades of green, and the highly-anticipated Spring Equinox on the 20th that should banish the frigid temperatures of winter. (Though... Read more »

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