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Community Service Club makes blankets for the elderly

Community Service Club makes blankets for the elderly

Lindsey Guenther, News Editor

February 1, 2016


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The Community Service Club spent Thursday afternoon making blankets for the elderly. They made three blankets in total which will be donated to a nursing home. Using a variety of patterned fabrics, the club made the blankets by stacking two square pieces of fabric on top of each other. To connect...

Psychology class tests reactions to a stimulus

Psychology class tests reactions to a stimulus

Lindsey Guenther, News Editor

January 28, 2016


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Senior Max Lawrence sat in front of his C period AP Psychology class on Monday wrapped in a towel preparing for a unique experiment. Mrs. Gagnon stood waiting with a spray bottle, ready to soak Lawrence. The experiment began with a jingle "You are awesome" followed by water splashed all over Lawrence's...

Radio club to track Santa Claus

Radio club to track Santa Claus

Conor Battles, Editor-in-Chief

December 23, 2015


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This year, the LHS Radio Club will continue its longstanding Christmas Eve tradition. WLLO-LP, the low-power FM radio station for the Londonderry School District, has participated in its annual Santa Watch for several years. The program runs sporadically through Christmas Eve, providing updates on...

Sweet and sticky: Drama Club hosts annual Gingerbread Night

Sweet and sticky: Drama Club hosts annual Gingerbread Night

Lindsey Guenther, News Editor

December 17, 2015


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Sugar and chocolate, gummies and frosting. Students and families spent Tuesday night in Candyland making delicious houses at the drama club's annual Gingerbread Night on Tuesday. “It’s such a great time,” junior and Drama Club member Julia Fitzgibbons said. “You get to laugh and eat s...

Spread awareness for pancreatic cancer

Spread awareness for pancreatic cancer

Lindsey Guenther, News Editor

November 11, 2015


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While pancreatic cancer is the fourth-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S. and has one of the lowest survival rates according to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PCAN), it is more than just a statistic to people like TV/video/radio teacher Mrs. Robinson. "I had heard of pancreati...

Drama club’s spooks and scares bring out Halloween spirit at Haunted Woods

Drama club’s spooks and scares bring out Halloween spirit at Haunted Woods

Lindsey Guenther, News Editor

October 26, 2015


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With only two and a half weeks to prepare, the Drama Club put in a lot of effort and energy in order to pull off the successful three days of Haunted Woods last week.  This is their biggest fundraiser of the year and helps pay for their annual production, which will be Shrek this year. "We did a...

Londonderry Veterans to be honored at annual Veterans’ Breakfast

Londonderry Veterans to be honored at annual Veterans’ Breakfast

Katie Boucher, Reporter

October 23, 2015


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LHS will honor those who served the country at the annual Veterans Breakfast on Nov. 7.  The event allows the town of Londonderry to thank veterans in the form of breakfast, gift baskets, and conversation. Ms. Sullivan, assistant principal and chairwoman of the event, said that participating in the annual breakfas...

PurpleLight NH event to help raise awareness for pancreatic cancer

Lindsey Guenther, News Editor

October 22, 2015


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The annual PurpleLight NH event will be held on Sunday, Oct. 25. The event is sponsored by the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network to raise money and awareness in order to achieve the goal of doubling the survival rates of pancreatic cancer by 2020. Registration is in-person at the event starting...

Crazy hats fill LHS halls, donated hats fill House 4 bins

Crazy hats fill LHS halls, donated hats fill House 4 bins

Lizy Stubbs, Reporter

October 16, 2015


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Today was "Crazy Hat Day" in Lancer Nation, but it was about a lot more than just stylish headgear. The crazy cowboy and witch hats weren't worn just for fun, but rather to encourage people to donate hats to kids at Massachusetts General Hospital who are battling cancer and have lost their hair as a...

Food Director Venezia introduces frozen yogurt machine

Food Director Venezia introduces frozen yogurt machine

October 15, 2015


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Food Director Amanda Venezia and senior Eric Mikutel introduced the brand new frozen yogurt machine in the cafeteria. The frozen yogurt flavors are currently chocolate and vanilla with a twist option available as well. Toppings include rainbow and   chocolate sprinkles, candied cherries, pineapp...

Donations continue for Harbor Homes veterans

Donations continue for Harbor Homes veterans

Lindsey Guenther with Mrs. DeWinkeleer, News Editor

October 5, 2015


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The Harbor Homes drive for NH homeless veterans will continue through Oct. 30. Be sure to bring in items to your C period classes. “As a veteran myself, I understand the hardships that families of veterans go through,” said Mr. Sampson, IT Specialist and former Marine. “Here is an opportunit...

New schedule for delays

New schedule for delays

Riley Walberg, News Editor

October 4, 2015


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This year, the Londonderry School District has decided to change the delay policy from 90 minutes to 2 hours. In an email he sent out to all parents and guardians of students, Superintendent Nathan Greenberg said: "The extra 30 minutes will give the Public Works Department additional time to clear...

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