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Drivers’ Education Offered to Students in Grades 9-12

Drivers’ Education Offered to Students in Grades 9-12

Mercy Carden

April 25, 2019


Filed under Departments, Showcase, Spotlights

Questions usually appear during the time of scheduling. What classes should I take? What will help me in the future? With these questions in mind, you should consider inputting drivers' ed into your schedule. Drivers' education is offered to students in grades 9-12, but the majority of the students...

Regional Social Studies Fair competition at Glenville State College

Regional Social Studies Fair competition at Glenville State College

April 4, 2019


Filed under Announcements, News, School News, Showcase

LCHS students participated in the Regional Social Studies Fair competition at Glenville State College: Iesa Woodall, with her project on the Johnstown Flood, Hayden Barnette received  2nd Place in Economics for his project on the Government Shutdown, Presley Turner received 1st place in Psychology...

Minutemen Make It to States

Minutemen Make It to States

Faith Messenger

March 21, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Winter Sports

For the first time in 35 years, the LCHS Boys’ Basketball team headed to the WV State Basketball Tournament in Charleston March 14. The Minutemen lost in the opening round to the eventual state runners-up Fairmont Senior 92-35.  The Minutemen were paced by Senior Luke White who had 14 points. ...

Varsity Boys’ Basketball Claims Region II Title

Varsity Boys’ Basketball Claims Region II Title

March 20, 2019


Filed under Announcements, Feature, Showcase, Sports, Uncategorized

     For the first time in 35 years, the LCHS Boys’ Basketball team headed to the WV State Basketball Tournament in Charleston March 14.      The Minutemen lost in the opening round to the eventual state runners-up Fairmont Senior 92-35.  The Minutemen were paced by Senior Luke White who...

Minutemen Head to States

Minutemen Head to States

March 12, 2019


Filed under Feature, School News, Showcase, Winter Sports

For the first time in 35 years, the LCHS Boys' Basketball team is headed to the WV State Basketball Tournament in Charleston March 14. The Minutemen captured the Region II title by defeating Bridgeport 53-36.  They were paced by Kyle Gannon who had 20.  In the first quarter, the Minutemen fell behind...

FFA Officers Travel to Elementary Schools

FFA Officers Travel to Elementary Schools

Faith Messenger, Editor

March 8, 2019


Filed under Clubs, News, School News, Showcase, Uncategorized

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...

Baby Goats: UPDATED

Baby Goats: UPDATED

Faith Messenger, Editor

February 25, 2019


Filed under Announcements, News, Showcase, Uncategorized

UPDATE: Minuteman Farms now has four babies running around. Ivy delivered two kids Feb 28. One male, one female, both white. We're not "kidding" around. Minuteman Farms welcomed two baby goats to the family Feb 22. Dairy goat, Karma, gave birth around 11:00 Friday morning. After a few weeks...

Upstairs Girls’ Bathroom Stocked With Hygiene Items

Upstairs Girls’ Bathroom Stocked With Hygiene Items

February 14, 2019


Filed under News, School News, Showcase

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...

Market Express to provide students with quick, on-the-go, healthy snacks

Market Express to provide students with quick, on-the-go, healthy snacks

Gillian Biddle and Mercy Carden

February 11, 2019


Filed under Announcements, Showcase, Spotlights

The Minuteman Market is back by popular demand. The largely popular Minuteman Market is going to be re-booted into the Market Express. Students will still have the same product choices and prices, but the market will be operated out of the Mrs. Priscilla Suan (2011) and Mrs. Marianne Oldaker's...

Khan Academy “Kahn-petiton” Continues

Staff Writers

February 5, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

In the third full week of the newly revised scheduled, the senior class has a commanding lead over the underclassmen with an almost 900 point lead over the rest of the school. According to Mrs. Carrie Davis, TIS, students are working on SAT test-prep by focusing on core areas of instruction. Most students are working on im...

Teachers of Tomorrow

Teachers of Tomorrow

January 29, 2019


Filed under Feature, News, School News, Showcase, Uncategorized

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...

Grapplers Win Matches

Grapplers Win Matches

December 20, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Winter Sports

     LCHS fared well with steady individual performances from its wrestlers in the Keyer High School five-team meet Dec. 8.      Individual records for the match included Joseph Blake (113 lb class) 4-1, Brock Mitchell (120 lb.) 5-0, Austin Snyder (JV 126): 3-2, Caden Oldaker (132) 2-3, Scott F...

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