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Lancer Spirit Online

The student news site of Londonderry High School

Lancer Spirit Online

The student news site of Londonderry High School

Lancer Spirit Online

Mrs. Anderson poses for a picture at her work station where she taught her students about different types of baking chocolates in class.

Jennifer Anderson, family science

Alisha Khalil, News Editor
September 27, 2021

Lancer Nation is excited to welcome Family Science teacher, Mrs. Anderson, to the Londonderry community.  Despite this year being Anderson's first year of teaching in a classroom, she has twenty years...

The Blue Star Lancers want to send packages to troops with connections to students and staff at LHS

Editorial: COVID-Shame On You

Editorial Board
March 2, 2021

A few months ago editor Hannah Ellis wrote an article called Stop COVID Shaming, It’s Not Helping because at the time it felt like people were being cruel to those who had gotten COVID-19. Back then...

Granite State Driving serves all of South New Hampshire and is now focused on Londonderry.

Not sure where to take driver’s ed. during a pandemic? Here’s an option.

Granite State Driving offers classes to all of South New Hampshire, but now is focusing on Londonderry High.
Kaylie Donahue, Magazine Chief
December 14, 2020

A monumental moment in most teens’ lives is when they receive a black and white paper license to signify they can finally hit the road solo. But the question is, with all the craziness that's been 2020,...

Students listen to John Broderick, a former Supreme Court judge, tell the story of how his sons mental health impacted him. Since his son, who has mental health issues, physically attacked him in 2002, he has become an advocate for mental health awareness.

Bringing mental health issues out from the shadows one word, one ‘Sign,’ one fact at a time.

John Broderick, who is a mental health advocate, spoke to LHS students, teachers and community members about mental health issues on Wednesday, February 13.
Mary DeWinkeleer
February 15, 2019

John Broderick, co-chair of the Campaign to Change Direction N.H., wants to start a new conversation about mental health. Over the last four years, this former chief justice of the N.H. Supreme Court,...

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