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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-...

New vending machines offer students choices beyond cafeteria

New vending machines offer students choices beyond cafeteria

Erin Carlson, Reporter

November 8, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

The lunch lines are shortening as the vending machine lines grow since students are getting freshly-made snacks throughout the day. Head of the Dining Services Mrs. Venezia and her team prepare homemade dips and snacks, such as a fruit dip or tortellini salad, for kids in the high school and middl...

Londonderry dining to host student choice food show

Londonderry dining to host student choice food show

Abigail Whitcomb, Podcast & Opinions Editor, Marketing Manager

November 2, 2017


Filed under Briefs, News, Showcase

Students: it’s time to have your voice heard. On November 8 in the cafe during all lunch periods, Londonderry Dining Services is hosting a Student Choice Food Show where you can cast your vote as to what goes on the menu. Even better, your vote gives you a chance to win a cash prize. Follow @londo...

Sight of scarecrows brings fall spirit

Sight of scarecrows brings fall spirit

Morgan Torre, Features Editor

October 26, 2017


Filed under Briefs, News, Showcase

During the entire month of October, scarecrows line the intersection at Mammoth and Pillsbury Road. You might’ve seen these festive fall decorations on your way to school. But what’s the story behind why these scarecrows are there? This is the second year that the Londonderry Grange #44 has...

Seniors go wild at hypnotist show

Seniors go wild at hypnotist show

Morgan Torre, Features Editor

October 24, 2017


Filed under Briefs, News, Showcase

Tonight’s the night some seniors voluntarily make fools of themselves in front of their peers and can end up doing crazy, uncontrollable things. The hypnotist show is an annual tradition, and proceeds go to support the Class of 2018. It costs $10 to attend, and you’re sure to get your mone...

“Your future is key, so stay drug free”- LHS Celebrates Red Ribbon Week 2017

“Your future is key, so stay drug free”- LHS Celebrates Red Ribbon Week 2017

Abi Whitcomb, Podcast & Opinions Editor, Marketing Manager

October 23, 2017


Filed under Health, News, Showcase

October 23-27 is Red Ribbon Week, an annual campaign to create awareness of alcohol, tobacco, and drug abuse in the United States. This year's theme is "Your future is key, so stay drug free". This week, LHS is holding events each day to celebrate staying away from drugs, including a poster contest that...

Get your Halloween on- Get tickets to Spooky World

Get your Halloween on- Get tickets to Spooky World

Sean Cavanaugh, News Editor

October 23, 2017


Filed under Briefs, News, Showcase

Calling all thrill seekers, The Class of 2019 is selling tickets to Spookyworld: Nightmare New England. The tickets are usually $40, but you can get them for $35. These tickets are good for any night this season. If you have questions or you would like to buy tickets email the class of 2019 at lhsclassof...

Scare yourself a night out at Haunted Woods

Scare yourself a night out at Haunted Woods

Rhea Hernandez, Reporter

October 17, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

The Haunted Woods welcomes students and community members with skeleton arms. For the past few weeks, the Drama and Improv clubs have been working hard on this event, from writing their skits to setting up blood in a hospital room, but it’ll be all worth it when the clock strikes six, and kids, young and...

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