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Moran finds true joy in the dance studio

Moran poses for a smiling sunset picture.

Emily Galante, Reporter

June 3, 2020

Junior Emily Moran rolls her head up and down, side to side, then tilts her head. She bends over, forward and sideways. She lifts her shoulders up and ...

Thank you seniors: messages from the underclassmen

Thank you seniors: messages from the underclassmen

May 29, 2020

Dear Class of 2020, Your time at LHS may have been cut short, but please know we are thinking of you. The underclassmen have come together to give you...

Senior’s hobby blooms into business

Megan Landry shows off her process of creating beautiful metal art.

Meghan Onessimo

May 19, 2020

Students may know senior Megan Landry as the “flower power” hippie girl. What they may not know about Landry is that she is an entrepreneur. Landry ...

Lead artists Ryan Vezina and Justin Spencer prepare to start their performance for the class. The group joined the zoom call for about 15 minutes.

Choir students Zoom with percussion legends

May 11, 2020

As music teacher Mrs. Loschiavo’s students logged into Zoom last week, they weren't expecting anything out of the ordinary. She had mentioned a surprise, ...

Haas sets the ball at her club volleyball tournament in Providence, Rhode Island. Haas looks forward to this tournament every year because of the intense competition.

How senior Anna Haas stays motivated during quarantine

April 30, 2020

With quarantine keeping athletes inside, it becomes a challenge to stay motivated. Senior Volleyball Player Anna Haas has been trying to stay self-motiva...

Ziv and the rest of the varsity hockey team head out onto the ice during a game.

Senior wins scholarship for most improved hockey player

April 30, 2020

Playing in cold rinks, skating across ice, and defending the goal, all things senior and goalie Mike Ziv has plenty of experience in after his four ye...

To show the use of photography in the real world, this photo uses leading lines from the road and the fence to be able to focus on the two subjects that are supposed to be the focus, the red stop sign and the house.

Mr. Wood’s photography class changes how you look at photos

April 19, 2020

Photography is something people know, but not all take the time to experience. You may be wondering what courses you should take if you were interested in ...

Just before the N.H. stay-at-home order was announced, juniors Elliot Gray and Kat Hallee were able to spend a bit of quality time together. This was one of the last times the two saw one another before being separated by the quarantine.

Dating during quarantine. How one couple is coping.

April 17, 2020

Dating during quarantine is not easy. Click on each photo below to read how this couple is dealing with the isolation that comes with the Covid-19 pan...

Unified team poses at the 2020 Snowball dance. The dance is annual event for students of any Unified sport.

Unified team positively impacts both helpers and athletes

April 17, 2020

As the JV basketball team enters the LHS gym to start their warm-ups, another game is wrapping up. Regardless of what the scoreboard says, both teams hav...

Teacher gets inspired, helps students with ‘food insecurity’

LMS reading teacher Rachel Yakey helps kids who deal with food insecurity in her roles as coordinator of Londonderry’s “Ending 68 Hours of Hunger program.” The program is a non-profit organization that feeds students over the weekend when food services can’t be provided. Yakey said her family (pictured here) often helps her by packing bags and delivering food.

Matt Palmer

April 15, 2020

After reading the book No Place by Todd Strasser, LMS reading teacher Rachel Yakey was inspired to help students in Londonderry who suffer from food in...

Senior cross country girls with Mrs. Sanborn after their final meet for the fall season.

Mrs. Sanborn motivates students in the classroom and on the track

April 8, 2020

Math teacher Amy Sanborn walks in every day to class with her binder, her laptop, a big smile and a great attitude to help others around her learn and enjoy math. She takes pride in her work a...

Mrs. Bernard works hard to make sure her students succeed

Special Education Counselor Sara Bernard has been working at LHS for 16 years and continues to guide her students to success.

Kait Bedell, Editor-in-Chief

April 5, 2020

Special Education Counselor Sara Bernard has been making a difference in student’s lives at LHS since 2004, when she was first hired to work in the ...

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