The Blue & Grey

  • February 14Broadcast students earn $650 WV Broadcasters' Association Award
  • February 14Brooklyn Golden captures POL title; Faith Martinez places runner-up
  • February 14Early Dismissal: Feb. 14 for Faculty Senate
  • February 14Building Hope: Program for LCHS Freshmen slated for Feb. 18
  • February 10Family-Teacher Conferences: Visit LCHS 3:30-6:30

“How’s School?” PSA Released

“How’s School?” PSA Released

Gay, McDougal, Cayton, Posey, Galliano

January 29, 2020

Brew & Grey

Brew & Grey

Cassie Cook, Staff reporter

January 17, 2020

“Could I have a hot tea, please?  This is not an order at Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts or even the local McDonald’s.  It is an order placed at LCHS’s simulated workplace, The Brew & Grey Coffee Shop.    The Brew & Grey is one of the only coffee shop-style simulated workplaces...

FBLA Leads The Way

FBLA Leads The Way

Emily Lybarger, Staff Reporter

January 15, 2020

      For more than 35 years, the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) has been going strong in the LCHS as well as the Lewis County community.  Club members said they the enjoy learning about business and how it relates to the real world. Many members said being a part of FBLA helps students learn about business. Members said learning was a one of their favorite comp...

What makes a Snow Day a Snow Day?

What makes a Snow Day a Snow Day?

Emily Peters and Megan Rhoades

January 14, 2020

Every year around this time the snow starts flying and everything starts freezing.   Students get their hopes up in anticipation of a snow day and disappointed when the yellow buses run on a normal schedule.  So, what makes school get cancelled?  According to the Superintendent of Lewis C...

Code Blue Creates Scare At LCHS

Code Blue Creates Scare At LCHS

Nathan Holmes, Writer

January 8, 2020

Five students from LCHS were transported to Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital (SJMH) for having an adverse reaction to prescription medications that were brought to school and distributed by a student December 2, 2019.  A Code Blue was called at about 1:30 p.m. following the reports of students having adverse reactions to prescription medication(s).   The students involved were mostly freshmen including the student who brought the unauthoriz...

Q & A with a Lewis County Veteran

Q & A with a Lewis County Veteran

Riley Forinash

January 8, 2020

The Blue & Grey newspaper asked (ret.) Staff Sgt. Bill Forinash some questions about his military life and living as a veteran.  Forinash is a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving in active duty combat in Vietnam.    Riley Forinash: What does your military service mean to you?  Bill Forinash: “I defended my rights, the rights of the United States, and everyone who lives in it.”  Riley Forinash...

Editorial: Students want repeal of cell phone policy

Editorial: Students want repeal of cell phone policy

December 17, 2019

For the first time in school history, LCHS students are not permitted to carry our phones to any of the academic areas. Students are permitted to use their phones before and after school and during lunch. Students miss their phones, of course, for the socializing and connection to their frien...

Graduation Cap Policy Stands

Graduation Cap Policy Stands

Lindsay Wiant

December 17, 2019

As the class of 2020 prepares to walk across the stage May 17, there has been a debate on whether the students will be allowed to decorate their graduation caps or not. The senior class members attempted to get the administration on board with a policy change which would allow students to decorate...

NO School Spirits: 2019 Entry

NO School Spirits: 2019 Entry

Elainia Shackleford, Megan Rhoades, Garrett Bailey, Sadie Rinker

December 3, 2019

Sen. Manchin Visits LCHS and Enlists Help

Sen. Manchin Visits LCHS and Enlists Help

Mallory Avington, Contributing Writer

October 28, 2019

Senator Joe Manchin and FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel spoke to upperclassmen in an approximately 45-minute assembly. A handful of members of the community also attended including many civic and elected government leaders. "Your voice is important," Manchin told those in attendance.  He ...

Editorial: Traffic Light Needed at the “Bottom of the Hill”

Editorial: Traffic Light Needed at the “Bottom of the Hill”

Staff Editorial

October 16, 2019

The fatalities that occurred at the Minuteman Drive/Rt. 19 intersection over Labor Day weekend have sparked many emotions among the students, teachers, faculty and the public.   Many people believe that installing a traffic light "at the bottom of the hill" would reduce problems at the intersection.   We ag...

Suicide Prevention: Let’s Talk

Mallory Avington, Staff Reporter

October 15, 2019

September was National Suicide Prevention Month, and that should be celebrated to a certain extent. Though talking about suicide is a very difficult and sensitive subject, most teens agree that it is a subject that needs to be addressed. The time for addressing it is now.   Self-harm, the...

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