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Public and N.H. state officials gather to discuss COVID-19 federal funding and vaccine distribution.

“Unruly” anti-vaccine protestors force postponement of N.H. Executive Council meeting

Alisha Khalil, News Editor
October 5, 2021

A New Hampshire Executive meeting was disrupted Wednesday [9/29] morning due to a crowd of disruptive protestors. State officials were escorted after citing concerns of personal safety. The meeting...

Kaylie Donahue adheres to the new schoolwide mask mandate.

Universal mask mandate starts today until Oct. 12

Alisha Khalil, News Editor
October 4, 2021

Updated as of 1:05 p.m. on Thursday, October 14, 2021 Universal mask mandate extended until October 18  As a result of a fifth positive COVID-19 result that was connected to the cluster at LHS, the...

The Londonderry School Board meeting held on September 7 addressed concerns with the back to school policies

School board meeting addresses back to school policies

Alisha Khalil, News Editor
September 8, 2021

As Londonderry schools resume session after summer break, the school board reconvened to brief parents on opening day events and procedures that were carried out throughout the first week of school. At...

Weigh your options... will you wear a mask or get the vaccine?

Pick your Poison: Masks or Vaccines?

So you don't want to wear masks when we return to school in the fall, right? Lucky for us there’s a way we could eliminate mask wearing in our schools: get the vaccine.  Masks are put in place to...

The Londonderry School Board meeting held on September 7 addressed concerns with the back to school policies

Editorial: COVID-Shame On You

Editorial Board
March 2, 2021

A few months ago editor Hannah Ellis wrote an article called Stop COVID Shaming, It’s Not Helping because at the time it felt like people were being cruel to those who had gotten COVID-19. Back then...

Winter sports are a go this season with added regulations

Winter sports are a go this season with added regulations

Delaney O'Leary, Reporter
January 6, 2021

In a pandemic ridden world, sports as a whole have been questioned. Questions like whether it was safe for not just students, but coaches, teachers, and family members of both schools. As we come close...

Remote this year with a sibling feels like a tight rope act balancing between my own work and my brothers.

Remote learning with my sibling makes me feel like I’m redoing first grade

Kaylie Donahue, Magazine Chief
December 30, 2020

The day starts with honors English. When that's finished, I jump right onto reading class and start sounding out my new vocab words of the week. After geometry, the hard classes start. Math enrichment...

Art by Hannah Ellis

Wake Up, Log On, Repeat

Hannah Ellis, Opinions Editor
December 16, 2020

Wake up. Log on to class. Sleep. Repeat.  Every day is the exact same. We had a few blissful weeks of being in the building every other day, yet now we are trapped behind a computer screen once again  We...

The schools are doing the best they can do during this pandemic, so cut them a little slack on social media.

Bashing the schools isn’t ‘remotely’ cool

Olivia Windisch, Sports Chief
November 20, 2020

As cases rise and winter vacations approach, the school district will be shifting into fully remote learning for the holiday season. This will be a period of five and a half weeks from Monday, Nov. 23...

Editorials represent the opinion of the Lancer Spirit Editorial Board.

Stop COVID shaming. It’s not helping.

Hannah Ellis, Opinions Editor
November 5, 2020

Let’s talk about the topic that has been looming over all of us since the beginning of school: COVID-19.  We all know that Pinkerton Academy went fully remote for the remainder of October, and with...

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