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Class Presidents share their hopes for the school year

Class Presidents share their hopes for the school year

Amy Overhulser, Executive News Editor

October 18, 2019

Elections, speeches, community service and raising money for their class- your leaders, the class presidents, are here to impart words of wisdom and hope for their class’ school year. Click on the photo below to read your class president's letter.        ...

LHS students protest global warming at Youth Climate Strike in Boston

LHS students protest global warming at Youth Climate Strike in Boston

Marissa McKay, Online Chief

October 10, 2019

Clever signs, chanting, thought-provoking speeches, and taking a stand for what they believe in. On Friday, Sept. 20, seniors Sage Dieffenbach and John Kircaldie skipped school to go to Youth Climate Strike in Boston. Crowds of children, teenagers, and adults gathered together in the city, some holding signs and chanting, some screaming into microphones on stage to call attention to the press...

Continued coverage: Fire extinguisher discharge calls for school evacuation

Continued coverage: Fire extinguisher discharge calls for school evacuation

Kait Bedell, Editor-in-Chief

October 9, 2019

Parent said he is happy with how the school reacted to the incident and would like to acknowledge everybody’s cooperation. “Although it was a disruption, it didn’t feel like a major interruption to the day,” Parent said. “It really felt orderly, and that’s a credit to the student body and the staff.”

Breaking News: Fire extinguisher discharge called for school evacuation

Breaking News: Fire extinguisher discharge called for school evacuation

Eliana Patterson, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

October 3, 2019

Instead of the scheduled "shelter in place" drill that was supposed to take place during D period on Oct. 3, the fire alarm went off at 10:10 am after a fire extinguisher fell and detonated in the main lobby.  Principal Mr. Parent sent a text to the faculty informing them of what had occurred...

School enforces guest policy for dance

School enforces guest policy for dance

Eliana Patterson, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

September 21, 2019

With Homecoming just around the corner Lancers are going around trying to get their dates and friend groups organized. This year, like past years  like past years non-LHS students students aren’t permitted to attend the homecoming dance. Below are the answers to some frequently asked questions...

Hall of Fame committee announces 2019 inductees

Hall of Fame committee announces 2019 inductees

Amy Overhulser, Executive News Editor

September 11, 2019

Earlier today, Mr. Parent sent out an email announcing the Hall of Fame for the Class of 2019. This year's inductees include: Zach Bencal, Student, Class of 2009 Dana Boyle, Student, Class of 2010 Cliff Chulada, Student, Class of 1980 Sherry Farrell, Community Member Gerry Gulezian,...

Lancer music announces 2019-2020 leadership positions

Lancer music announces 2019-2020 leadership positions

Amy Overhulser, Features Editor

June 5, 2019

The music organization announced the drum majors and colorguard captains at the annual Lancer Music Banquet last week. Today, June 5, 2019, Band Director Mr. Beaulieu announced the drumline captains and section leaders through a Google Classroom post. Drum majors: Eliana Patterson Olivia Siobhan...

Check out SENIOR SPIRIT WEEK themes for this week

Check out SENIOR SPIRIT WEEK themes for this week

June 3, 2019

Monday: USA Day Tuesday: Toga Tuesday Wednesday: Meme Day Thursday: College & Career T-Shirt Day Friday: Senior Shirt Day

Seniors: Red Cord applications are now due Tuesday

Seniors: Red Cord applications are now due Tuesday

Liz Iaconis, News Editor

May 17, 2019

Seniors: Forms to apply for a Civic and Social Expectations “Red Cord” are available in main guidance and house offices, or you can print the paperwork at home from this link. The cord is a recognition of seniors partaking in outstanding service to the LHS community. Extracurricular and service activities completed during grades 9-12 are ...

Londonderry Women’s Club to host annual toy drive this Saturday

Londonderry Women’s Club to host annual toy drive this Saturday

Juliana Hamel, Executive Opinions Editor

May 16, 2019

Do you have a pile of old toys collecting dust in the basement? Not sure what to do with your childhood clothes? Well you’re in luck! The Londonderry Women’s Club (LWC) is hosting their annual toy drive this Sat. May 18 from 9:30-2:00 p.m. at Matthew Thornton Elementary School. You must registe...

Senior Bella Tucker to hold fundraiser for ‘Camp No Limits’ tomorrow in LHS cafe

Senior Bella Tucker to hold fundraiser for ‘Camp No Limits’ tomorrow in LHS cafe

Eliana Patterson, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

May 10, 2019

Come take part in senior Bella Tucker’s senior project Saturday, May 11, from 12:00-3:00 p.m. in the Londonderry High School Cafeteria. There will be painting and raffles to help raise money for Camp No Limits.  The following is an email Tucker sent to LHS staff members explaining the event: Hi, my...

Proposed Christian club

Proposed Christian club

Rachel St. Louis, Executive College & Career / Creative Writing

May 7, 2019

Sophomore Myah Teague wishes to create a new club for students to join. She aims for this club to be a place where Christians can come together to pray with and encourage one another. But without a certain number of students interested, the club cannot be formalized or made into action. If any studen...

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