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The County Chronicle

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Senior Molly Seventko puts her extra snack bag in the snack bin at the end of her lunch block. After C lunch, the bin is nearly full.
New Snack Bins Ensure Leftover Food Doesn't Go To Waste
Maggie Sheridan, Editor • December 17, 2021

As PEER advisor and Culinary Arts teacher Dorene Kuebler was collecting trash during Lunch on the Lawn, she noticed many students taking...

SCA Showcases Club Holiday Trees
SCA Showcases Club Holiday Trees
Michaela Scott, Editor • December 17, 2021
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Senior Field Hockey Athletes Reflect On Making Program History
Michaela Scott, Editor • December 16, 2021
Fall Sports Score Board
Matt Starchville, Staff Writer • December 1, 2021
The 2020-2021 Hall of Fame class is recognized at half time against the Tuscarora Huskies at home. 
John Bryant, John Murphy lll, Lawrence Dolby, Adina Trammel, Amanda Arbogast, Marguerite Lewis, Kerry Fur, Shaylin O’Connell, Julie Strange
Meet the 2020-2021 additions to Loudoun County’s Athletic Hall of Fame
Matt Starchville, Staff Writer • December 1, 2021
Loudoun County plays Lightridge in a home varsity volleyball match in September. Volleyball, a fall sport, is not yet subject to the new policy requiring student-athletes to be vaccinated, with the exceptions of religious or medical conditions. However, masks are required to be worn unless actively participating in physical activity. (Photo by Debbie Senchak)
Student-athlete vaccination policy draws mixed feelings ahead of winter and spring seasons
Evelyn Kuzminski, Staff Writer • November 22, 2021
Members of Theatre 2, 3, and 4 discuss ideas during the third  block. Although the play is open to all students, theatre students in Theatre 2, 3, and 4 are primarily responsible for producing and performing the show.
Students retell legendary "Great Gatsby" novel on stage
Daniel Delargy, Staff Writer • December 3, 2021

This year’s school play is set to be an exciting student written adaptation of the 1925 iconic novel “The Great Gatsby”. F. Scott Fitzgerald's...

This is the dress that the ghost of the Loudoun Museum, Elizabeth, described to the psychic. Women of the 17th and 18th century wore this style. 
Photo credit by Liberty Harrison
Leesburg’s Most Haunted
November 22, 2021
Bumpy road ahead as government shutdown dread looms
Daniel Delargy, staff writer • December 17, 2021

  A government shutdown looms as Democrats fight against partisans to pass Biden’s spending agenda. This is a familiar scene for...

Opinion: Top 5 Christmas Movies
Daniel Delargy, staff writer • December 17, 2021
Moon spends time on vacation at the beach with his daughter before the start of the school year. He enjoys spending some quality time with his family and taking a break from work when necessary.
Over the MOON about teaching: Moon’s passion for business inspires his students
Maggie Sheridan, Editor-in-chief • February 26, 2021

Jaqua Moon has always been a business teacher. He has taught several classes such as accounting, computer classes, and personal finance in Fairfax...

This picture features a bird’s eye view shot of the school included in the 1956 LCHS yearbook. The school’s layout has changed considerably over the years, but features like the distinctive columned front entrance have stood the test of time, much like the schools culture.
Alumnus offers insight into past at County
Liberty Harrison, managing editor • February 4, 2021
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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