The Blue & Grey

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The group of officials Kathleen McNally, Dr. Andrea Lemon, Brian Withrow, and Daniel Rock discuss the data gathered.

Southern Regional Education Board Visits LCHS

Brooklyn Golden, Staff Reporter April 26, 2022

LCHS is looking to improve education to ensure its students are prepared for their future. To do so, the Southern Regional Educational Board members were invited to the halls of LCHS. Students and faculty...

End of School Dates

End of School Dates

Ashley Montgomery, Staff Reporter April 25, 2022

  April Dates: April 15-19--Easter Break/Teachers report for PLC Training April 19 April 13-SAT Testing Began with make up testing following April 20--NO School Spirits PSA Awards Presentation ...

Thespian Trip

LCHS Theatre Competes at Marshall

Brynlea Hinzman, Staff Reporter April 8, 2022

     Before spring break, the LCHS theatre students took a trip to Marshall University for the WV Thespian State Competition. The students stayed in Huntington for three days and two nights for the...

Students Unmask for the First Time Since March 2020

Brooklyn Golden, Staff Reporter March 21, 2022

For sophomores and freshmen, February 15 was the first day of being at LCHS without a required mask. And, for upperclassmen, it was the first time students have been able to attend school without masks...

Johnson, Smith Win Poetry Out Loud

Johnson, Smith Win Poetry Out Loud

February 16, 2022

Freshman Aylah Johnson is headed to the WV State Poetry Out Loud Competition this spring in Charleston. Johnson won the school competition with her recitation of "After the Disaster" in which she memorized...

Increase in Technology Affects the Classroom

Increase in Technology Affects the Classroom

Brooklyn Golden, Staff Reporter February 10, 2022

     Due to Covid-19, students have had to become more dependent on technology to stay safe and healthy. It has become the main tool for education, work, doctor’s appointments and more.    ...

LCN Journalists Capture 2nd Place State-Wide Win

LCN Journalists Capture 2nd Place State-Wide Win

January 21, 2022
NO School Spirits
Mrs. Turners sign

LCHS Store to Return This Spring

Makenna West, Staff reporter January 6, 2022

Everyone likes a good comeback story, and for LCHS students, the school store is making a comeback. Seniors may remember the school store from their freshman year, but the store has been closed since...

The full cast all together for a group photo.

Theater Variety Show Takes Stage Nov. 4

Brynlea Hinzman, Makenna West, Staff Reporters November 4, 2021

The first theater performance of the school year is set to open with a "Variety Show" of plays Nov. 4 in the LCHS auditorium at 7 pm. The show is free for anyone wanting to come out and support the actors.  The...

Student using app TikTok

Rumors of TikTok Challenge Strikes LCHS.

Max West November 3, 2021

 In late September, a strange new fad seemed to take the internet by storm, starting on the app “TikTok.” A video of a high school student stealing a soap dispenser from his school with the caption...

Technicians installed 18 ViewBoards throughout LCHS October 7-8.

ViewBoards Installed in Classrooms

Emily Lybarger, Assistant Editor October 21, 2021

Christmas came in October for 18 LCHS teachers who received ViewBoards to support instruction and enrichment activities in the classroom. Nearly $30,350 was spent on the state-of-the-art ViewBoards....

A young adult receives a vaccine earlier this month.

Mandated Vaccines: Safety or Control?

Max West October 5, 2021

      In the last year, there has been a debate swirling around the world, causing a stir anywhere it reaches--"Should the Covid-19 vaccine be mandatory?"      Hospitals, colleges, factories,...

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