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Some advice on “senior skip day”

Some advice on “senior skip day”

Alex McIntosh, Reporter

May 14, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Today the majority of seniors aren't present at LHS. They aren't sick - but rather catching up on sleep, at the beach, or any list of places that aren’t Londonderry High School. As most of you already know, the Monday after prom is what has come to be known as “senior skip day.” Senior skip day...

Calling all Seniors

Sean Cavanaugh, News Editor

May 4, 2018


Filed under Briefs, Senior Announcements

It's time for another adventure!  We want to know what your future plans are, college, Military, gap year, job?  To let us know you can either update your Naviance account, come see Mrs. Frost in Main Guidance or fill out the form on the bulletin boards in front of House 1 and Main Guidance.  Turn...

Student ID cards to be utilized, worn, scanned under new school policy

Student ID cards to be utilized, worn, scanned under new school policy

Kate Ehl and Brooke Carrier

April 9, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

New school clothes won’t be the only thing students will be wearing in the fall of 2018. They will also need to have their school ID badge around their necks or clipped to their pockets. On Thurs. April 5, an email was sent out to students and parents, which stated new guidelines for how stu...

LHS ‘Penguins’ plunge into ocean, raise over $8,000 for Special Olympics

LHS ‘Penguins’ plunge into ocean, raise over $8,000 for Special Olympics

February 5, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

This past Saturday, the temperature was 24 degrees, which is cold even when wearing a hat, gloves and winter coat.  But for the LHS Penguin Plungers, who ran into the 42-degree water at Hampton Beach in bathing suits or shorts, it was downright freezing. Yet for Spanish teacher Mr. Rosa-Blackburn,...

LHS Now Has A Comic Strip!

LHS Now Has A Comic Strip!

Sean Cavanaugh, News Editor

February 2, 2018


Filed under Briefs, News, Showcase

Comic strips are coming to LHS and the Lancer Spirit Online! Various artists are all chipping in to create these comics to spread to everyone in the school. When you're flipping through The Lancer Spirit magazine, keep an eye out for these intriguing funnies. You will laugh and cry and won't be able...

Spotlight on electives: Build your perfect schedule with these ‘must-have’ classes.

Spotlight on electives: Build your perfect schedule with these ‘must-have’ classes.

Mrs. DeWinkeleer and Shea Robinson

February 1, 2018


Filed under Briefs, News

There are more classes beyond the core classes, so know your options.  When selecting which courses to take next year, you can either close your eyes, click on random pull-down menus on X2 and hope for the best, OR you can create your dream schedule by doing one or more of the following: Read through the ...

Robots visit Lancer Nation

Robots visit Lancer Nation

Kat Provost, Reporter

January 23, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

The military robot made its way down the 300’s hallway and into the band room where the symphonic band was playing Thursday, December 14.  All students and teachers stopped to look, wondering why a robot was in school. The robot put on a show by raising and lowering its arm as it delivered a wate...

A personalized Alexa feature for LHS: What’s for lunch?

A personalized Alexa feature for LHS: What’s for lunch?

Sean Cavanaugh, News Editor

January 8, 2018


Filed under Briefs, News, Showcase

Have you ever wondered whats for lunch the next day, or even the day after. Alexa can tell you. The voice command device created by Amazon can inform you about what's for lunch anytime, anywhere.  All you have to do is ask. It works for all the elementary schools up to the high school in this school ...

Net Neutrality – what happens now?

Net Neutrality – what happens now?

Alex McIntosh, Reporter

January 3, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

You likely have heard the bad news already - the FCC has voted to repeal net neutrality, and relinquish control of ISPs almost entirely. Everyone is now wondering the same thing: What will happen next? America’s fight for an open internet is still on. It is easy to be fooled based on the neg...

N.H.’s Chronicle visits LHS to highlight Marching Lancer’s 5th Rose Bowl appearance

N.H.’s Chronicle visits LHS to highlight Marching Lancer’s 5th Rose Bowl appearance

Jasmin Conde, Reporter

November 30, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Band directors Mr.Soucy and Mr.Beaulieu will be taking the world-renowned Londonderry Lancer marching band and color guard back to the Pasadena Rose Parade for the fifth time on January 1. New Hampshire Chronicle came by to do a feature about the band making their way back to the west coast. The segmen...

Annual Pay it Forward Veteran’s Day Breakfast honors 125 veterans

Annual Pay it Forward Veteran’s Day Breakfast honors 125 veterans

Blake Melnik, Reporter

November 20, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

As the hometown veterans walked into the high school cafeteria on Veteran’s Day, they were welcomed by friendly greeters at the front door, creative patriotic posters, and personal letters from both elementary and high school students.  The Pay it Forward Club, directed by House 4 Assistant Pri...

How to make the most of parent-teacher conferences on Friday

How to make the most of parent-teacher conferences on Friday

Sean Cavanaugh, News Editor

November 15, 2017


Filed under Briefs, News, Showcase

Parent Teacher Conferences for the high school will be on Friday, November 17, 2017. This means a day off for students, but not for the teachers. Parent teacher conferences is not required for high-schoolers, but if parents want to talk to a certain teacher, Friday is the day they can talk face-to-...

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