The Blue & Grey

  • March 25All Extracurricular Activities Postponed, Cancelled, or Delayed Due to COVID-19 Precautions
  • March 25Cornovirus Closes School Indefinitely
  • March 13Spring Sports Halted Due to Coronavirus
  • March 12WVSSAC Postpones LCHS/Bridgeport Game
  • February 14Broadcast students earn $650 WV Broadcasters' Association Award

National Breakfast Week

March 12, 2019

The kitchen staff celebrated their annual National Breakfast Week throughout the week of March 4. The students who ate breakfast won awards. Garrett Bailey, sophomore, won a volleyball and Ben Goodwin won a bluetooth speaker.  ...

FFA Officers Travel to Elementary Schools

FFA Officers Travel to Elementary Schools

Faith Messenger, Editor

March 8, 2019

FFA officers arranged their annual celebration of FFA Week, which is Feb. 16 through Feb. 23. President and Vice President, Zoe Davis and Faith Messenger, held a coloring-sheet contest for the Elementary schools in Lewis County. Roanoke, Peterson-Central and Leading Creek Elementary Schools returned...

Upstairs Girls’ Bathroom Stocked With Hygiene Items

Upstairs Girls’ Bathroom Stocked With Hygiene Items

February 14, 2019

For the past two years, girls in need of some of the comforts from home know where to turn...the upstairs girls' restroom. Within a few minutes of surveying females about the restrooms, almost all chimed in with a positive report of the efforts made to make the restroom 'fancy' and 'well-stocked.' "It's...

Teachers of Tomorrow

Teachers of Tomorrow

January 29, 2019

Students from Lewis County High School in the Careers in Education Program have been involved in several community service projects and educational field trips.  In late September, they visited several one room schoolhouses located in the Johnstown area.  Later in October, they made and delivered Halloween...

“Gangsters’ Paradise” Captures First Place in Lip Sync

“Gangsters’ Paradise” Captures First Place in Lip Sync

Staff Reporters including Gillian Biddle and Sky Nichols

December 13, 2018

"It was a huge success," Mrs. Johana Cogar said following one of what most students are calling the best event of the year. Cogar's Event Planning students coordinated the event which featured eight different acts with nearly 20 students. "I really didn't think anybody was going to show up, but...

Students Bring Holiday Cheer to Many

Students Bring Holiday Cheer to Many

Faith Messenger

December 13, 2018

     At the high school, many groups, clubs and other miscellaneous students have been collecting and donating to give back to the community. Between conducting fundraisers, purchasing gifts for the Salvation Army Angel trees and bell ringing and buying items for Operation Christmas Child.      ...

School Closed for National Day of Mourning

School Closed for National Day of Mourning

December 6, 2018

Students had an unexpected day off Wed., Dec. 5 as the nation and state observed a National Day of Mourning following the death of the 41st President, George H.W. Bush Fri., Nov. 30. Students and faculty members learned about the school cancellation around 4:30 p.m. Tues., Dec. 4. Most students...

Poetry Out Loud: Let the Memorizations Begin

Poetry Out Loud: Let the Memorizations Begin

November 29, 2018

"I think I shall never see a poem as lovely as a tree..." This poem, plus, nearly a thousand more are among those being recited by LCHS students throughout the month of December. Students in grades 9-12 are participating in the annual recitation competition.  Students are currently working within...

Volunteer Firefighters Needed Locally

Volunteer Firefighters Needed Locally

November 27, 2018

Fire Departments throughout Lewis County are in need of volunteer firefighters. Firefighters throughout the county said they will provide training to any student interested in volunteering time and talent to the local departments.  All volunteers must be at least 16 years old. "We are looking...

News Briefs: A Look at What’s Happening

News Briefs: A Look at What’s Happening

November 27, 2018

Social Studies Fair:  Students are needed to participate in the 2019 Social Studies Fair.  Interested students should contact Mrs. Melissa Walsh.   Last year's students captured both regional and state wins. Food Drive: JRTOC Cadets are collecting canned food items and non-perishable good for its a...

College Exploration Week!

College Exploration Week!

Faith Messenger

November 1, 2018

College and Career Exploration Week begins! It will run from Nov. 1 through Nov. 9. Many colleges and career representatives will be visiting LCHS during lunch. Bethany College Army Marshall WVJC Glenville State Bluefield State Fairmont State Alderson Broaddus WV W...

Youth Alive Shoeboxes

November 1, 2018

Youth Alive would like to encourage students and staff to help with Operation Shoe Box. If you would like to bring items for this cause, please see Mrs. Spaur or Youth Alive President Abigail Conrad. The group will be collecting items through Nov. 11

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