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

Free ACT Prep Class Offered

Free ACT Prep Class Offered

April 1, 2016

Students trying to qualify for the Promise Scholarship can get additional by attending a free John Ebert ACT Prep class, offered at various sites throughout North Central WV. The class focuses instruction on improving ACT math test scores by six questions. In order to prepare for the workshop,...

AgMobile Lab Manned by Vocational Students

AgMobile Lab Manned by Vocational Students

April 1, 2016

On the Move! Seven senior vocational students joined forces with community and education agencies to bring agriculture alive to elementary students in western Lewis County and Gilmer County. FFA members Savannah Metheny, Samantha Osborne, Torie Riffle and Marissa Johnston along with the Careers...

Supply and Fund Drive for Humane Society Set to Kick Off April 1

Supply and Fund Drive for Humane Society Set to Kick Off April 1

March 30, 2016

It will be raining cats and dogs the month of April at LCHS.Image Courtesy of www.profileengine.com Business Department members are coordinating a supply and fund-raiser to benefit the Upshur County Humane Society throughout April. The LCHS Business Completers will be hosting a school and community...

Week In Pictures…March 21-24

Week In Pictures…March 21-24

March 24, 2016

Thursday, March 24:   Wednesday, March 23: Cartegena/Moneypenny Tuesday, March 22:   Monday, March 21:  ...

Water Bottle Filling Station Makes Us Smile!

Water Bottle Filling Station Makes Us Smile!

March 17, 2016

Thanks to Jill Balser and a grant, LCHS now has water bottle filling stations. To date, using the newly installed machine has saved more than 350 plastic bottles from a landfill. "I like the fact that it is purified water," Katie Self, freshman, said. "It was very cold and refreshing," Jakob...

Journalism Students to Compete at UHSM

Alexis Hudson, Staff Reporter

March 11, 2016

Update The Lewis County High School Newspaper and Yearbook Staff traveled to Marshall University on March 18, 2016 to compete in the United High School Media. Many students from LCHS won awards in the competition. The awards follow: Newspaper- Online Issue Overall- 2nd Place Column Writing- 1st Pla...

Teachers Participate in IPI Evaluations

Teachers Participate in IPI Evaluations

March 3, 2016

For the third-consecutive year, LCHS teachers are participating in IPI Evaluations. IPI is a snapshot evaluation tool for LCHS teachers.  About a dozen teachers from the high school are certified to evaluate classrooms. Once a quarter, a team of evaluators visit classrooms dozens of times during...

Plans Underway for International Travel

Plans Underway for International Travel

February 29, 2016

Three international educational tours are being planned for LCHS students in the next sixteen months. In just a matter of weeks, the LCHS Travel Club, under the direction of Principal Derek Lambert, will travel to Iceland to tour various locations. Ten LCHS students will be among the first to do...

Gunter, White Sign Letters of Intent to GSC

Gunter, White Sign Letters of Intent to GSC

February 5, 2016

Two stand-out players signed with the Glenville State College Pioneer Football Program February 3. Damien White and Riley Gunter will continue playing football at the collegiate level next year. The seniors signed letters of intent while LCHS Head Football Coach Dustin Cogar, school administrators, an...

More than $800 Garnered for Rollins.

More than $800 Garnered for Rollins.

Haley Lamb, Assistant Editor

February 5, 2016

$1 X 764= Way more than $764. Today, Feb. 5, was Jack Rollins Super Hero Day at LCHS to help celebrate the five-year-old's birthday. Students and teachers joined forces to dress as super heroes and collect money for Rollins who is battling Neuroblastoma. The faculty coordinated...

More than 100 Participate in Computer Coding

More than 100 Participate in Computer Coding

December 15, 2015

More than 25 percent of LCHS students participated in the national initiative, Hour of Code, which introduces students into the world of computer coding. The program was set up by TIS (Technology Intergration Specialist) Carrie Davis. Students learned coding basics by establishing parameters for...

Harman First LC Student To Be Microsoft Certified

Harman First LC Student To Be Microsoft Certified

December 11, 2015

History was made at LCHS as a sophomore business student passed the Microsoft certification exam. Benjamin Harman,earned LCHS's first Microsoft Office Specialist certification Dec. 11 by passing the certification exam for Microsoft Office Word 2013. Harman is a student in Ms. Sherrie McPherson's...

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