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Welcome Mrs. Douglas to Leonardtown High School!

Welcome Mrs. Douglas to Leonardtown High School!

Jessica Trumpower, Senior Staff Writer

September 12, 2014

Mrs. Douglas came here to work with an older group of kids this summer. Mrs. Douglas plans to help out each student which is to meet up with each of them and get an action plan going with the students.  During Mrs.Douglas’s free time, she likes to exercise and read books.  Mrs. Douglas spent her...

A Caged Beast: A look into the Life of a Marine Radio Operator, and the Military Life in Perspective

A Caged Beast: A look into the Life of a Marine Radio Operator, and the Military Life in Perspective

Ryan Morgan, Senior Staff Writer

March 19, 2014

To be called upon to serve is, by right, an action that should be regarded with the highest esteem of honor. For whatever reasons that might come to motivate one to forsake the life of comforts for the cramped, impersonal, life in the barracks, there should be some level of respect. It is often easy...

Amanda Knox: Three Strikes You’re Out

Amanda Knox: Three Strikes You’re Out

Jessica Brown, Senior Staff Writer

March 14, 2014

November 2, 2007 started out as an average day in Perugia, Italy, but as the day turned, the quiet town would soon become a center for media, police and international bickering. That night British college student Meredith Kercher was found dead; her throat had been slashed and left bare in an Italian...

New Jersey Boardwalk Fire: Tragedy Strikes Again

New Jersey Boardwalk Fire: Tragedy Strikes Again

Kyle O' Rear, Sophomore Staff Writer

September 25, 2013

What happened, recently, in New Jersey was a tragic event: a fire, burning up more than half of the Boardwalk in New Jersey, terrified civilians and destroyed many shops and stores. This story seems even worse when you realize that this boardwalk has been freshly rebuilt from the super storm that attacked...

It’s All About the Money

It’s All About the Money

Rebecca Sachs, Editor-in-Chief

February 22, 2013

Now that college acceptance letters have finally come out, many seniors are finally able to breathe a sigh of relief. However, now that they no longer have to face the fear of rejection, seniors are left to face another issue entirely: how to pay for college. Today, the College Board reports that the...

Old Dominion University Model United Nations Recap

Old Dominion University Model United Nations Recap

Thomas Church and Grace Millerick, Senior Staff Writers

February 22, 2013

“The recipient of this year’s Secretary-General’s Award is…Leonardtown High School!” Applause erupted in the conference hall as seniors Hannah Chi, Hannah Connelly, and Tom Church accepted the award. As if on cue, the LHS participants quoted Mr. Denny, shouting “strength and honor!” Each...

Where is Matt?

Where is Matt?

Grace Millerick and Tom Church, Senior Staff Writers

January 7, 2013

Matt Harding is a traveler, video game designer, and Internet sensation known as “Dancing Matt” for his viral videos that feature him dancing with people from all over the world, in various nations’ major cities. Harding is originally from Westport, Connecticut. He began his video game career...

Let the Hunger Games Begin!

Let the Hunger Games Begin!

Rebecca Sachs, Editor-in-Chief

November 25, 2012

On November 9th, 2012, the students of Leonardtown High School held their very own Hunger Games…without the sacrifice, of course! Students from all four grades gathered in the gym on Friday night to compete in all sorts of athletic events, including tug-of-war, soccer, dodgeball, and even can stacking!...

“A Raisin in the Sun”: A Lesson on Diversity

“A Raisin in the Sun”: A Lesson on Diversity

Alex Theriot, Senior Staff Writer

November 1, 2012

Students at Leonardtown High School were treated to a performance of A Raisin in the Sun by the College of Southern Maryland’s theater group. The play captures the struggles of the Younger’s, an African American family making their way through segregated Chicago in the 1950’s. Trouble begins w...

Annual Oyster Festival Creates Excitement in Fairgrounds

Annual Oyster Festival Creates Excitement in Fairgrounds

Tad Greer, Senior Staff Writer

November 1, 2012

There were many events that occurred last weekend that attracted people all across Southern Maryland such as political events for the upcoming election and the open house at World Gym; but none of these events attracted more people than the Oyster Festival. Every year the Oyster Festival is held in Fairgrounds,...

Who Are Leonardtown Seniors Voting For?

Who Are Leonardtown Seniors Voting For?

Rebecca Sachs, Editor-in-Chief

October 25, 2012

Right now, it’s almost impossible to do anything without seeing something related to the upcoming presidential election. There are advertisements splashed across nearly every website, constant updates on Facebook and Twitter, countless commercials on almost every television station, and signs lining...

So You Want to Go to College…

So You Want to Go to College…

Rebecca Sachs and Grace Millerick, Editor-in-Chief and Senior Staff Writer

October 2, 2012

Are you interested in applying to colleges, but don’t know where to start? Do you want to learn about scholarships, recommendation letters, or the SAT? These questions can be answered by Ms. Haverkamp or Mrs. Toombs in the Career Center, located across from the main office in the lobby. Juniors and...

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