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

Carson Captures Top Five Placement at State Competition

Carson Captures Top Five Placement at State Competition

March 6, 2017

LC's very own Kierston Carson placed in the Top Five at the Annual Poetry Out Loud Competition conducted March 3 and 4 in Charleston, WV. Carson, a senior, made it through the preliminary rounds and made it into the Top 10.  She then made it to the Final Five. Carson won the school competition...

No Standardized Testing for Grades 9, 10

February 28, 2017

A few weeks into Governor Jim Justice's term, and education in West Virginia is seeing some significant changes to curriculum. In his inaugural address, Gov. Justice proposed education reform which has come in the form of Senate Bill 420. The first change to directly impact students is the cancellation...

School Letter Grade

School Letter Grade

Sky Nichols, Student Reporter

December 14, 2016

LCHS earned a school letter grade of C from the WV Department of Education last month. This is the first year for the state-wide score card, with all results being based on 2015-16. Principal Derek Lambert and other departments are working together to bring this grade up to a B with a new reward...

2nd Annual Hall of Fame Inducted

2nd Annual Hall of Fame Inducted

Delaney Gump

December 14, 2016

Eight stellar athletes make up the second-ever LCHS Athletic Hall of Fame class as announced December 4 at the Annual Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet. The inductees include Brice Cogar, Brian Fisher, Kristen Golden, Jeremy McCarty, Joe Walker, Randy White, Pam Minigh and Hunter McWhorter. Two of...

Local Homecoming Queen Earns National Recognition

December 13, 2016

LCHS's very own Homecoming Queen will represent the school, county and state in the 58th Annual AutoZone Liberty Bowl Football Classic in Memphis, TN Dec. 30. Senior Jackie Kovach was chosen to represent LCHS in the America's Homecoming Queens National Pageant Registry and will participate in bowl...

Black Mold Closes Downstairs Teachers’ Lounge

Black Mold Closes Downstairs Teachers’ Lounge

Caitlyn Jenkins, Staff Reporter

November 10, 2016

For the three months of school downstairs teachers have been displaced as a result of black mold being removed from the lounge area as well as Mrs. Carrie Davis’s , TIS office. Even though it has been gone for nearly three months, the mold has had a lasting impact on the school. According to...

LCHS Faces New Field Trip Policy

Jenna Allman, Staff Reporter

October 7, 2016

A new field trip policy is in place at LCHS for the 2016-17 school year. As part of the new LC Board of Education policy, LCHS is allotted eight buses for the school year.  This excludes buses used for WVSSAC events. "I don't like the new policy, but I believe that it makes sense," Claire Dever,...

Lettering in Academics

Lettering in Academics

Sky Nichols, Staff Reporter

October 6, 2016

A new letter enters  LCHS... That is a letter for lettering in academics. Previously, only athletes and music students could letter.  Now, the new policy for academic lettering is for students earning 3.7 G.P. A or higher will qualify to earn a letter and can purchase a letterman's jacket. The...

EQT Launches CPR Hands-On Program

EQT Launches CPR Hands-On Program

September 20, 2016

  First in state. LCHS was selected as the first state EQT Hands-On CPR school. Students in Mrs. Christie Lybarger's Healthcare Fundamentals class served as student leaders.  The students demonstrated the new technique which is now going to be incorporated into graduation requirements...

LCHS Team Competes at Regional Math Field Day

LCHS Team Competes at Regional Math Field Day

Jacob Cruz, Staff Reporter

April 4, 2016

A team of LCHS students competed at the Regional Math Field Day competition at Phillip Barbour High School March 19. This team consisted of sophomores, juniors and seniors.  The students who competed were Abigail Dodson, Katelyn Gatian, Natelie Gatian, Benjamin Harmon, Anna Loyd, Alexander Scott, Caitlyn...

Senior Civics Classes Set To Attend Jail Tour

Erica Vandall, Staff Reporter

April 4, 2016

LCHS's senior civics classes will be attending the Central Regional Jail on May 4th, 7th, and 11th. Teacher's leading the trip are Mr. Pickens and Ms. McAbee. "Jail isn't always what is seems or as it is portrayed in movies or on TV. Students get to tour the facility and see how a prison operates.”...

Arena Scheduling Dates, Times Set

Arena Scheduling Dates, Times Set

Maddie Paugh and Contributing: Emily Paugh, Meg Walker

April 1, 2016

In an effort to streamline the scheduling process and make students stakeholders in their academics, the Lewis County High School Curriculum Team will implement arena scheduling for the upcoming school year. After an absence of more than ten years, arena scheduling will return to LCHS. Separate dates...

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