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Every year there is a class banner competition, where the classes decorate a sheet to match the theme of Homecoming.

This year’s theme was “Lucky 13”, and the classes decorated their banners in several unique ways.

 

Freshman banner, featuring a 'lucky duck'

Freshman banner, featuring a ‘lucky duck’

 

Class of 2016 banner. Features a rainbow, pot of gold, and "Lucky to be a Lancer"

Class of 2016 banner. Features a rainbow, pot of gold, and “Lucky to be a Lancer”

 

The Class of 2015's banner, "Land of the Lancers"

The Class of 2015’s banner, “Land of the Lancers”

 

The seniors' banner.

The seniors’ banner.

 

The banners were judged Wednesday. First place went to the Class of 2017 AND the Class of 2016 in a tie. The class of 2015 won second place.

Points will be awarded to the classes depending on their placement. The points will accumulate towards the class’ total for Homecoming week. Points are awarded for spirit days and other competitions throughout the week. The class that accumulates the most points will be awarded the spirit stick on Friday, will be dubbed the most spirited class at LHS, and will win $400 to the class treasury.

 

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Noah, our editor-in-chief, is one of our  brains behind The Lance. A reporter since his freshman year, he is very involved as a part of Linganore’s Lancer Media club that meets on Wednesdays in addition to the class. He has written several stories for the journalism program, and he won The Frederick News Post‘s first place “Mike Powell Excellence in Journalism Award” for a column on a state or national subject. (View the article here.)

He is very happy to be a part of a friendly and supportive journalism program.

I am happy knowing that I am a vital resource to The Lance. Being able to help make this journalism program great is awesome. Everybody who works in Lancer Media is unique, creative, and smart. This is a great staff, and I enjoy being a part of it.

As a part of his journalism endeavors, he has started “Student Media Now,” a long-term program intended to eventually unite secondary school journalism programs across the Baltimore/Washington, D.C. metro area. This program is starting up in Frederick County Schools, MD and will act as a hub site for the best stories schools produce.

Other organizations Noah is involved in include band (he’s drum major for marching band and he also plays trumpet) and the Student Government Association (he is the Class of 2016’s vice president.)

He is considering a career in journalism after he graduates high school as a member of the Class of 2016.

 

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Mrs. Rebetsky has been at the helm of  The Lance since the early 1980’s.  She has witnessed the changes in journalism from layout and design using hot wax, border tape and pica calculations to today’s emphasis on social media.  Through it all, The Lance has celebrated all news related to Linganore High School.  Mrs. Rebetsky looks forward to continuing the rich Lancer Media traditions with this  website.

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