News for December 19

by Lancer Media

Any student interested in playing for the Boys Varsity Tennis team should attend today’s informational meeting in Coach Sunkel’s Room A139 at 2:20 p.m.

Students who signed up for the Pit Orchestra for Beauty and the Beast will need to come to Mr. Dye’s office (D107) today to sign out their music books. You will need to practice for the first rehearsal on January 2nd at 2:30 p.m. in the Band Room. Please also get the Pit’s class code for Google Classroom so you can get valuable information about rehearsals and materials.  The code can be found outside of D113, Mr. Dye’s room.

Members of the Science National Honor Society are reminded that this Friday, December 21st the club picture for the yearbook will be taken during Prep. Members will also pick up their membership certificates.

Class of 2021 Class Rings will be distributed on the 21st of December through all lunch shifts to deliver to those who placed their orders.

Come to Linganore tomorrow night for the Eric Byrd trio’s musical performance of the Charlie Brown Christmas special at 7 pm. You can purchase tickets at All proceeds will benefit the Linganore music department.

The annual Prep Volleyball Tournament will be held Wednesday, January 3rd and Wednesday, January 10th.  It is $5 per person and the money raised goes the Learning for Life program at LHS. There can be up to 8 players per team.  Sign-ups will be during lunch this week. Come out and support your school. See Kat Taylor for any questions.

LHS swimming and diving girls defeated Walkersville 117-63.  The boys who ran into the largest team they faced yet, were defeated 132-33. We had 16 PRs tonight by 11 different swimmers, great job Lancers!

Time is running out to order your 2019 Yearbook. The last day to reserve a copy will be December 31! Please visit www.yearbook order, use school number 4625. Don’t miss out on the memories, reserve your copy today!

Come on out to the eggnog jog this Saturday.

Both varsity basketball teams lost their games against Oakdale last night. Better luck next time Lancers.

The Linganore wrestling team won their match against Manchester Valley last night. Come out to Urbana tonight to see their next match.

Let’s see how they celebrate the holiday season in Japan for the 12 days of Christmas

In Japan, Christmas is seen as less of a religious celebration and more of a time to meet up with friends and have a good time. Japanese Christmas traditions are unique and fun as a result. Japan celebrates Christmas with a unique tradition of eating Kentucky Fried Chicken on Christmas day. Is this even true? It is? Did you fact check that? Really? Wow.

Make sure to wear your most festive seasonal hat tomorrow for our festive spirit week.