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What’s coming up this winter sports season

What’s coming up this winter sports season

Hailey Springer and Stryker Marsik, Junior Staff Writer, Senior Staff Writer

December 16, 2015

Now that the fall sports season has finally come to an end, we can enter into our winters sports season which includes, indoor track, girls and boys basketball, swimming, and wrestling. Girls and boys basketball have already had some games, the girls have won all the games that they have played while...

LHS attendance for the quarter

LHS attendance for the quarter

Dallas Shrawder, Senior Staff Writer

December 14, 2015

Ring! Ring! Ring! Your alarm clock sounds at 6:00 AM. You roll over and hit snooze thinking, “I really do not want to go to school today.” Maybe you’re especially tired from being up so late the night before, or perhaps you’re freezing since winter is fast approaching, and your bed feels exceptionally...

NHS Inductions

NHS Inductions

Skylar Broome, Senior Editor

November 24, 2015

On Tuesday, Nov. 10, accepted applicants of the National Honor Society were inducted into the organization in the Leonardtown High School auditorium. NHS is open to tenth, eleventh, and twelfth graders that are active in their community and show the desired traits of an exemplary citizen. The appli...

Love, Stardom, Drinks, and Other Drugs: Lend Me a Tenor

Love, Stardom, Drinks, and Other Drugs:  Lend Me a Tenor

Casey Bacon, Senior Chief Editor

November 17, 2015

Lend Me a Tenor: Or, when “knock ‘em dead” becomes a little too literal and the hijinks to keep up appearances leaves the audience in stiches. Acclaimed to be “one of the two great farces by a living writer,” the eccentric comedy is by far one of playwright Ken Ludwig’s most accredited a...

Homecoming: Are we missing the point?

Homecoming: Are we missing the point?

Jason Ferris, Junior School News Editor

October 29, 2015

A time honored tradition, a week of costumes, colors and pride, students donned in spirit, a football game, a dance: this is the definition by which we understand homecoming. But how much do we really know about this annual event? Homecoming’s origins may be up for debate but its original...

More, More, More

More, More, More

Jason Ferris, Junior School News Editor

October 9, 2015

     The sun crawls through the blinds, the bars of your prison, and reminds you that there is a world outside of homework, one where you can catch up on that latest TV show or that new game console you received for your birthday. You flick your eyes back to your essay, your math problems,...

The One Hour Lunch: Not Lunch Roamers

The One Hour Lunch: Not Lunch Roamers

Jason Ferris, Junior School News Editor

September 24, 2015

The one hour lunch: if you are anything like me, you have heard whispers of the new undertaking. No, it is not a term for those lunch period roamers making a day out of hopping from lunch period to lunch period. Next year, students and staff members will share an hour long lunch period, as the name...

Mr.Watson: Behind the name

Mr.Watson: Behind the name

Jason Ferris, Junior School News Editor

September 24, 2015

High School studies teacher, alternative studies teacher, high school football coach, vice principal, principal of Patuxent High and now the proud principal of Leonardtown High School: this is Mr. Watson. Administrators and teachers wave around the name but few of us really know Leonardtown’s principal....

The Writing Bug

The Writing Bug

Jason Ferris, Junior School News Editor

September 11, 2015

Last Tuesday was a rush and not because temperatures here at Leonardtown are spiking to sweltering heights. No, I was hit with the familiar and warm scent of another year of creative writing club. It is another year for a new team of budding communicators and serious writers. Short stories, poetry,...

Leonardtown High School Clubs 2.0

Casey Bacon, Senior Chief Editor

September 11, 2015

What is arguably one of the most repeated tidbits of advice given to most high school students from those who have already been there? Get involved in extracurricular activities. Why? Not only will you get to participate in something fun that you enjoy doing- and believe it or not, there’s a club ...

LTV 9/9/15

Adrianna Parillo, Senior LTV Director

September 10, 2015

LTV 9/9/15

Bored and Looking for an Adventure? Here, Have Some 2015 Summer Ideas

Bored and Looking for an Adventure? Here, Have Some 2015 Summer Ideas

Valerie Gregorio, Senior Staff Writer

May 28, 2015

The school year is winding down and summer is almost here. It is that time year where everyone wants to go to the beach or go shopping at the mall with their friends. This is the last summer for seniors before they go off to college. There are many things to do during the summer. If you do not know...

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