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Homecoming: The Best Week of School

Homecoming: The Best Week of School

Haley O’Reagan, Staff Writer

October 12, 2016


Filed under In School, School News, Sports, Student Life, Top Stories

The best week of high school is here Raiders and it’s important you know what’s going on now that we are in the thick of it. Spirit week will last until October 14th and will end with the homecoming dance this Saturday the 15th from 7-10 p.m. On Friday, the school will come together for the pep rally ou...

The Leonardtown Lexicon is Here!!

The Leonardtown Lexicon is Here!!

Jason Ferris, Editor

June 11, 2016


Filed under School News, Student Life, Top Stories

The first edition of the Leonardtown Lexicon has finally made its debut!! Click here to see the labors of talented high-schoolers. Though the writing of Leonardtown students is prominent, students from around the county had a chance to draft and and submit their writing through my workshop Draft...

Class Officers Announced

Class Officers Announced

Jason Ferris, Editor

June 10, 2016


Filed under School News, Top Stories

After a long year of waiting, the results are in for the election. No, not the presidential election. That is a story for another time. It’s the election for your class officers. Congratulations to your class of 2019 officers:   President Bella Dakis Vice President Sarah Davis Treasurer Kell...

Finally, A Breath

Finally, A Breath

Jason Ferris, Editor

May 25, 2016


Filed under Op/Ed, School News, Student Life, Top Stories

The sun is peeking through the clouds, all the rain has dried up, nature is crawling out of its many shelters and we should be doing the same. We should be crawling out of school, but we’re not. School is not winding down as we expected, thanks to projects and busy work. I know many of you didn’t thi...

One Month More

One Month More

Jason Ferris, Co-Editor

May 9, 2016


Filed under Op/Ed, School News, Student Life, Top Stories, What Grinds Our Gears

Why won’t school just end already? I’m sorry, teachers and administrators; we’re all thinking it. We are tired of studying for AP tests,  throwing projects together, and scribbling essays. We are tired of math problems and science labs. I know I am not alone when I say the last day of school ca...

Preparation for Prom

Preparation for Prom

Hailey Springer, Junior Staff Writer

April 7, 2016


Filed under School News, Student Life

Prom is approaching very quickly, quicker than some of us realize, and you need to make sure that you are prepared. When it comes to prom dress shopping, you need to make sure you are shopping for something that will leave both you and your wallet happy.There are tons of online shops that give you gre...

Drafting Disaster

Drafting Disaster

Jason Ferris, Co-Editor

March 30, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, Community info, School News, Student Life, Top Stories

People often ask me why I write, why I spend hours digging through my imagination and finding the words to string a story together. I tell them that I have to and I’m not the only one. Within everyone is a story, an inner voice, and writing empowers people to listen to it. I know it sounds cliché...

Upcoming Spring Sports

Upcoming Spring Sports

Hailey Springer, Junior Staff Writer

March 16, 2016


Filed under School News, Sports

The harsh winter has finally come to an end, and now Leonardtown’s spring sports can finally start up. Tryouts for all spring sports were on March 1st, with a great turnout in each sport; unfortunately, that means that some cuts will have to be made. In all, it looks like this will be a good year f...

Improving Communication, Seeking Diplomacy: Old Dominion University Model United Nations Conference

Improving Communication, Seeking Diplomacy: Old Dominion University Model United Nations Conference

Nick Moats, Senior Staff Writer

March 14, 2016


Filed under School News

  Valentine’s Day weekend wasn’t filled with dinner dates and displays of affection for everyone; for a select group of Global students, the plan was to represent Leonardtown High at Old Dominion University (ODU) to compete with 48 other schools in the annual Model United Nations (MUN) conf...

Multiple Choice…More Like Multiple Failure

Multiple Choice…More Like Multiple Failure

Jason Ferris, Editor

March 2, 2016


Filed under Op/Ed, School News, Top Stories

Multiple choice: for some it is a dreaded game of luck and for others it is a chance to guess. For those of you who excel at this game of Russian roulette, you must not be taking any English classes. People moan at essays and short answer questions but are they as challenging as people making them out to be...

Leonardtown’s Literary Magazine: Lip Service Until Now

Leonardtown’s Literary Magazine: Lip Service Until Now

Jason Ferris, Co-Editor

February 14, 2016


Filed under Arts, Entertainment, and Reviews, School News, Top Stories

We have sports teams and a thespian society, a Spanish club, French club, Chinese club, National Honor Society, Computer Bowl, Art Honor Society, even a BBQ club: but where’s our literary magazine? That is the question I asked myself when I embarked on my capstone project for Leonardtown’s Global and ...

College…Affordability? Can the Two Ever Come Together?

Casey Bacon, Co-Editor

February 5, 2016


Filed under Career and College info., College and Career, Educational, Op/Ed, School News, Top Stories

College: for some of us, the idea is still years away; for others, the thought looms with only half a year before the big day. No matter what stage of the journey you’re in, many high schooler’s biggest focus becomes the idea of a post-public high education. First and foremost is the concern of get...

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