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Coronavirus Outbreak and Quarantine

Coronavirus Outbreak and Quarantine

Laura Conway, Junior Staff Writer

March 31, 2020

The newly infamous Covid-19 Virus, otherwise known as “Coronavirus” has come to life, affecting nations worldwide. Symptoms of this respiratory disease include trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion or inability to arouse, and bluish lips or face, according to the ...

The Repercussions of Bereavement

The Repercussions of Bereavement

Emily Carpenter, Senior Staff Writer

February 6, 2020

When I was born, my grandmother offered to relieve herself of the responsibilities that she had acquired at work to take care of me. When I was five and prepared to go to preschool for the first time, I happily skipped down the driveway of my grandmother’s house, past her forest green Buick, steppin...

Senior Expenses

Senior Expenses

Veronica Fernandez, Senior Staff Writer

February 5, 2020

ATTENTION UNDERCLASSMEN! Start saving money NOW! No one ever tells you how much you are going to spend during your senior year. Between all the events, traditions, and transitions, you have a lot of upfront costs coming your way before you make your way into adulthood.  First, you have Prestige and Jostens waiting...

Student vs. Staff Basketball Game

Student vs. Staff Basketball Game

Andrew Sukhram and Dylan Hobbs, Sophomore Staff Writer and Junior Staff Writer

February 3, 2020

At the end of 2019, we had the student vs staff basketball game! It was a terrific game, with many highs and lows throughout. The game was held in the gym where both teams played off. The crowd was screaming and music was blasting. Both students and staff where cheering on their team, trying to prove ...

Charity at Leonardtown High School

Charity at Leonardtown High School

Ayana Leblans, Senior Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

Here at Leonardtown High School, there are many charitable organizations. For all of them, their goal is to contribute volunteer efforts, community service, and to have fun all the while. Let’s take a look at a few of the volunteering-related clubs at our school. In terms of specifics events, there were sev...

New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

Laura Conway, Junior Staff Writer

January 30, 2020

For at least four millennia, civilians around the world have been celebrating the Gregorian’s calendar’s new year from December 31st to the first of January (History, 2010). This holiday symbolizes a fresh start and a new beginning following the previous year. Often during this popular holiday, many t...

Snow Rituals

Snow Rituals

Jayden Rittle, Sophomore Staff Writer

January 28, 2020

It’s one of the most anticipated days of the school year for kids, but quite possibly the most dreaded for parents. You won't find it on the school calendar. If you plan for it, it can have disastrous results because it’s not predictable. It can mean a blissful day of sleeping in and Netflix bing...

How to be a Good Student

How to be a Good Student

Kaitlynn Zacher, Junior Staff Writer

January 28, 2020

School is a stressful yet very important time. You play a spring sport, plus take four APs and work at your family-owned restaurant on the weekends, that's a big workload. However, there are many things a person can do to become a “Good Student”, and help manage that workload. Here are some tips. ...

Student Study Tips

Student Study Tips

Laura Conway, Junior Staff Writer

January 15, 2020

Hello, Leonardtown Raiders! After you recently learned how to adjust to the new fall season (thank you Rhea Brown), here’s how to start up some new fall study habits and keep those grades up. Over the past three years at Leonardtown, I have learned various good and bad study habits, from complete pro...

How to Make Your Junior Year Count

How to Make Your Junior Year Count

Kaitlynn Zacher, Junior Staff Writer

January 15, 2020

Your junior year of high school is known to be one of the most important and stressful. It’s your first year being an upperclassman, and so you face many new upperclassmen responsibilities. It is important for students to make every year count, every year special.  This year, I made it my top priority to get ...

Strong Bucks

Strong Bucks

Samantha Blottenberger, Senior Staff Writer

January 10, 2020

What are Strong Bucks?  Strong bucks are a little piece of paper that contains a rubric about what being Raider STRONG means. The S stands for Scholarly, the T stands for Trustworthy, the R stands for Respectful, the O stands Ownership, the N stands for No Excuses, and the G stands for Genuine. Strong Bucks...

Transition From Warm to Cold- How to Thrive in the Fall and Winter

Transition From Warm to Cold- How to Thrive in the Fall and Winter

Rhea Brown, Junior Staff Writer

January 9, 2020

As temperatures drop and the leaves turn vibrant orange and brown, it is clear that fall is here. While autumn and winter means cozy sweaters and hot chocolate, it can also have its negatives. Here are four tips on how to make the colder months your time to shine. Get Ahead of the Clock On Sunday, No...

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