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Math teacher Abby Schutte smiles for the camera, trophy in hand, holding her Teacher of the Month award. The award is voted upon by students to be given to teachers that show excellence in teaching and contribute to making our school a better place. Schutte won Teacher of the Month this past September.
Staff Highlight of the Issue
Karan Singh, Business Manager • February 6, 2024

Early in the morning, students walking by room 257 can hear math teacher and senior class co-sponsor, Abby Schutte’s loud and enthusiastic...

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Fall Sports Recap
Cat Pizzarello, Editor-in-chief • February 6, 2024
Sabrina Simpkins and Emily Pyle pose with their 2023 VHSL State Championship trophy. Simpkins is a County cheerleader and gymnast. Photo courtesy of Sabrina Simpkins on Instagram. (@sabrina.bina256)
Athlete of the Issue
Taylor Helfer, Managing Editor • January 8, 2024
“I ran through a hurricane and survived.”
Karan Singh, Staff Writer • December 12, 2023
Michael Tafe at a cross country competition.
Michael Tafe, fastest freshman cross country runner in Virginia
Dylan Johnson, Staff Writer • November 5, 2023
Book review: “A very large expanse of sea” helps to expand the mind
Scarlett Ashford, staff writer • February 8, 2024

“A Very Large Expanse Of Sea” by Tahereh Mafi is a lyrically written romance novel depicting the rage, hate, and stereotypes that stem from...

Celebrities and Influencers fail to educate the youth about worldwide issues such as the silent genocide in Congo
Karen Martinez, staff writer • February 8, 2024

Imagine being a six to 17 year old student working in the coltan mines of Congo in hazardous conditions instead of being at school, listening...

Snow Days? More Snow, Less School
Courtlyn Armstrong, staff writer • February 8, 2024
Issue 2 Crossword
Issue 2 Crossword
Cat Pizzarello, Editor-in-chief • February 6, 2024

Armes continues being involved in sports in his kids’ little league teams. 
Armes continues being involved in sports in his kids’ little league teams. Picture courtesy of Matthew Armes.
Cat Pizzarello, Managing Editor • March 31, 2023
Sidebar: How you can help the earth
Alexa Sterner, staff writer • March 31, 2023
Sidebar: Eras of Drama
Taylor Helfer, staff writer • March 31, 2023
HOMECOMING 2021: “Students Make Their Mark On The World”
Michaela Scott, Editor-in-Chief • November 15, 2021
Homecoming Spirit Week Fun and Fashion
Michaela Scott, Editor-In-Chief • November 2, 2021
The 1955 football team pictured in the LCHS yearbook. Photo courtesy of Tonya Dagstani.
Looking Back: Old yearbooks provide a window to the past
Emily Banner, staff writer • February 5, 2021
Mckenna Giannos competes in the high jump as a junior during the spring track season 2019. Photo courtesy of John Klimavicz.  

Senior track athlete Mckenna Giannos: “Practice has definitely been different, our workouts have been changed to accommodate that COVID guidelines, which has definitely made it harder to get back into the swing of things, but being able to see and practice with my teammates again makes it all worth it.”
Practicing Through COVID
Casey Hughes and Matt Starchville January 5, 2021

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