The Blue & Grey

Student Council Reschedules Homecoming Due to COVID-19 Closures

Homecoming will take a Disney theme this year.
January 12, 2021

Student Council has rescheduled homecoming to a later date in light of the Governor’s COVID-19 related school closures. Students will return January 19. Student Council will resume after school meetings...

October 2020 Students of the Month

December 3, 2020

9th Grade: Choloe McCartney Dominick Oliverio 10th Grade: Maddie Hall Adam Woofter 11th Grade: Nikki Weese Ethan Lantz 12th Grade: Alex King Cole Brown

Local TikToker Nets 270K Followers

Senior Dylan Gay
November 13, 2020

Dylan Gay, a current senior at LCHS, recently amassed a large Tik Tok following. Over quarantine, he started making content on the viral app and his following quickly grew. Gay currently has 270k followers...

November Lunch Menu

November Lunch Menu
October 29, 2020

Marching Minutemen “March” through COVID-19-Struggles

Marching Minutemen
October 28, 2020

Struggle and overcome.  That is the general theme of 2020 for the LCHS Marching Minuteman Band.  Despite numerous COVID-19-related obstacles, the 71-member band has performed at all home football games...

2019-20 School Highlights

October 28, 2020

2020 Senior Slide Show

October 28, 2020

2020 Back to School Video

Mr. Whiston takes Vincent on a tour outlining the changes for 2020-21
October 28, 2020

September Students of the Month Named

September Students of the Month Named
October 28, 2020

  9th Grade: Cagalina Tomey, Brayden Carder 10th Grade:  Emma Hilson, Tom Derico 11th Grade:  Kristen Determan, Austin Riley 12th Grade:  Hannah Brown, Ethan Haught

Jostens releases statement for seniors

Jostens releases statement for seniors
September 20, 2020

Critical information is needed from Jostens. Press Release: To: Senior and Families From: Jostens Re: Graduation In order for Jostens to better serve you during your students’ senior year...

Social Media takes on COVID-19

Social Media takes on COVID-19
April 11, 2020

Many social media apps have become increasingly popular for students, parents, and teachers as people across the world scramble to find an alternative to face-to-face, in-person interaction. The COVID-19...

A Pictorial of What LCHS Students Are Doing During the Coronavirus

Mrs. Beth Nichols, gym teacher, must have known
April 11, 2020

We asked LCHS family members to send us a view from their neck of the woods. Here is a look at the first month of the Coronavirus pandemic.    

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