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Junior Aiyana Herrera Wins State in Skills USA Competition

Junior Aiyana Herrera Wins State in Skills USA Competition

Josh Galluzzo, Editor

May 11, 2017


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In an environment of over seventeen hundred teenagers, it’s often hard to display one’s individual skills to any open audience. Junior and MST student Aiyana Herrera recently had her time in the spotlight, and it isn't over yet. On March 17th in Exeter, New Hampshire, Herrera competed in the ...

Tournament of Roses President Lance Tibbet visits Londonderry

Tournament of Roses President Lance Tibbet visits Londonderry

Josh Galluzzo, Features Editor

April 11, 2017


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The Lancer Marching Band, which already possesses a prestigious resume unparalleled by almost any other high school band nationally, has once again been honored with perhaps the highest invitation of excellence in the high school music world: participation in the annual Tournament of Roses Parade in ...

Class of 2018 seeking items for ‘Bunny Baskets’

Class of 2018 seeking items for ‘Bunny Baskets’

Alex Seeley, Features Editor

March 29, 2017


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Until the beginning of April, the Class of 2018 is organizing "Bunny Baskets" to donate to the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Students and teachers alike can donate new items from matchbox cars to blankets. While visiting a family member at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Class of 2018 President...

Lancer Dance Team Shines in Peterborough

Lancer Dance Team Shines in Peterborough

Alex Seeley, Features Editor

January 31, 2017


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Competing against teams from all over the state, the dance team dominated at the Peterborough dance competition last week. Despite missing five members of their team, they won first place in the contemporary category and second place in the jazz category with the number they performed at the recent ...

Flip. Dab. Done.

Flip. Dab. Done.

Josh Galluzzo, Reporter

January 13, 2017


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Chances are that by now, you or someone you love has been affected by the epidemic. You know the one. Students watch eagerly as a lone hero flicks their wrist, their face contorting into a picture of concentration and effort as time seems to slow all around them. The crowd screams in disbelief a...

Nervous about finals, freshmen? Advice from upper classmen: Don’t stress the test

Nervous about finals, freshmen? Advice from upper classmen: Don’t stress the test

Rachel Court, Reporter

January 12, 2017


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As finals week quickly approaches, students are beginning to feel the stress. For freshmen it is the first time they will have to take finals, so they don’t know what to expect. While upperclassmen have a better idea of what to expect because they’ve taken finals before, they also know these finals mea...

Human Relations class’s quilt: A token of what friendship means

Human Relations class’s quilt: A token of what friendship means

January 11, 2017


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Students in Mrs. Harmon’s Human Relations class work together to show how important friendships can be by creating a class friendship quilt. “Their squares are completely designed by them,” Harmon said. “They have a few guidelines to follow but other than that the square is completely based off of what they like a...

Yearbook class: Where staff members work together to preserve school memories

Yearbook class: Where staff members work together to preserve school memories

Julia Sprage, Reportor

January 11, 2017


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Yearbook staff members begin creating the LHS yearbook Reflections the second they walk through the door on their first day back to school. From that moment on, every staff member must work hard taking photos, proofing pages, writing copy and meeting deadlines to make the yearbook the best it can...

There’s no day like a snow day

There’s no day like a snow day

Alex Seeley, Features Editor

December 12, 2016


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Rumors of an impending snow storm circulate. Anticipation builds and students everywhere stayed glued to their television or personal electronic devices, frantically searching for the evening news or news app to see just how much snow is supposed to fall. The predictions have decreased from around...

From then to now: Freshmen reflect on transition from LMS to LHS

From then to now: Freshmen reflect on transition from LMS to LHS

Rachel Court, Reporter

December 1, 2016


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With the second semester of school quickly approaching, freshmen are finally getting used to being in high school. Although the transition from middle school to high school at first sounded like a nightmare to the majority of the freshmen, they are now realizing that it wasn’t as bad as they imag...

3rd graders give out toy soldiers to remind community members to honor veterans

3rd graders give out toy soldiers to remind community members to honor veterans

Staff writer

November 14, 2016


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Customers shopping at the Nutfield store in Londonderry left with more than a cup of coffee or a pack of gum in their hands this past Friday. They most likely also clutched a small, toy soldier. Grace Rich, a 3rd grader at South School, and her friend Emily Hoyt, a 3rd grader at Matthew Thornt...

Club Day Monday: Pay-it-Foward

Club Day Monday: Pay-it-Foward

Chase L'Heureux, Reporter

November 14, 2016


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The Pay-it-Forward club gives students a way to give back not just to Londonderry High School, but to the larger community as well.   Pay it Forward does five events each month. Some of these events include the Veterans Breakfast (which took place just this past weekend), helping out in soup kitchen...

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