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The True Meaning of December

The True Meaning of December

Kennedy Walker, Sophomore Staff Writer

December 19, 2018


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What comes to mind when you think of December? Of course, when you are little Santa, presents, and cookies but as we grow our thoughts and priorities tend to change. No matter of our personal religious beliefs, family traditions, or chosen holidays to celebrate, December should be a time to reflect. ...

Mac Miller

Mac Miller

Kaitlynn Zacher, Sophomore Staff Writer

December 19, 2018


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In 2018, a lot of famous people have died or almost died due to drug related causes. Mac Miller, an american hip-hop artist, is one of them. He was born in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania on January 19, 1992. He had a mom, Karen Myers, and a dad, Mark McCormick, that was heavily involved in his life, and loved...

10 Cute Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

10 Cute Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

Kytana VandenBos, Junior Staff Writer

November 20, 2018


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Don’t have any gift ideas for that special someone for Valentine’s Day? If not, here are a few cute ideas you can do that are easy!   Romantic surprise with flour hearts. Here’s a cute idea you can do outside on the yard. Create a card by cutting out a heart shape on a piece of col...

Anxiety in Teenagers

Anxiety in Teenagers

Laura Conway, Sophomore Staff Writer

November 20, 2018


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As of today, teens currently have the highest levels of anxiety and depression than ever before. This causes one to wonder, “Why today are teenagers so anxious?” Various components factor into anxiety. Anxiety is mainly caused by multiple aspects of stress. Stress can come from emotional trauma,...

Covering Capstones

Covering Capstones

Rhea Brown, Sophomore Staff Writer

November 20, 2018


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The GIS of class of 2019 has just concluded one of the final steps of their Capstone projects, an occasion that brings joy and tremendous stress relief. For these students, the Capstone project is much more than your average presentation. Instead, it is the embodiment of all their rigorous academic ...

Unity Day: The Fight to Prevent Bullying

Kyleigh Garner, Staff Writer

October 29, 2018


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Unity Day is all about anti-bullying, being united for kindness, acceptance, and inclusion. It is the signature event of National Bullying Prevention Month where individuals, schools, communities, and businesses wear orange to show support. Data shows that one in five school-age children (20.8%) rep...

Spirit Week Hallways

Peyton Island and Kate McKay

October 23, 2018


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As spirit week begins, our hallways come to life with scenes from around the world. Students decorate their designated hallways with colorful artwork and humorous hidden messages. These hallways simply being canvased in paper and paint allows the community of Leonardtown High School to become more conn...

Spirit Stick: Second Chances

Spirit Stick: Second Chances

Daelyn Funk, Senior Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


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Seniors: Are you upset about losing the Spirit Stick? Want another chance to win? If so, I have a message for you. You won’t want to miss this. The legend of the spirit stick has been a constant conversation topic among the seniors of Leonardtown High School. It is revered as a symbol of power...

Raider Readiness

Raider Readiness

Kennedy Walker, Sophomore Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


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  As high school students, our main goals are to graduate and prepare ourselves for life as adults. For the majority of students, we plan on continuing our educational paths beyond our high school years. As busy as school can get sometimes, it’s hard to keep track of everything. Students a...

7 Ways to Make Your Senior Year Memorable

7 Ways to Make Your Senior Year Memorable

Kytana VandenBos, Junior Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


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If you’re a senior, you probably want to remember your last year of high school before you leave be extra memorable and fun. If you don’t know what way to make your year the most memorable year it can be, here are some ways that could help you. Keep in mind, these are just suggestions, so you do...

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