The Lance

From Palestine to Linganore (with many stops along the way): New assistant principal Raeda Zietoon becomes a Lancer!

Raeda Zeitoon talks with office secretary Sharon Smith.

by Emily McNally and Maya Apau

February 26, 2020

Ohio, Israel, California, Germany, and Maryland are influences in the journey that led new assistant principal Raeda Zietoon to join our Tribe.  Zeitoon is replacing Nancy Boyenton, who retired in February.  Tracey Cassidy, Literary Specialist describes Zietoon as caring, compassionate, and approac...

Veterans Day 2019: Pete Kreegan’s experience in the Army inspires StoryCorps podcast

Kreegan and buddies prepare for their Christmas trip to Austria.

by Rachel McCoy, Editor

November 7, 2019

In honor of Veterans Day 2019, Lancer Media interviewed local veterans.  Rachel McCoy chose Mr. Pete Kreegan, a staff member at LHS. She and Mr. K. talked about his service during the Vietnam war, when he was in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Germany handling the routing of supplies throughout ...

Students gain a better understanding of Holocaust victims

Class of 2020 member Braden Weinel observes the banners.

by William Quansah, Reporter

January 18, 2019

From January 14-18,  students had the opportunity to view an exhibit on Main Street that displayed the stories of Jewish children who were victims of the Holocaust. Professor Fred Emil Katz of Towson University set up this exhibit called "Vergissmeinnisht," meaning Forget-Me-Not. Katz was a survivor...

Drama experiences the magic of Disney World

The illumination of Cinderellas castle in Magic Kingdom

by Jacob Blue, Editor

November 26, 2018

I used to make fun of people who worshiped Disney World. They’d say things like how their whole family goes every year and that they all wear matching shirts with Disney characters on them. Now that I have been to Disney with the marching band and drama, I am a Mickey ear wearing, FastPass prepa...

Herzlich Willkommen; Cologne native teaches German: Photo of the Day 9/19/17

Mrs. Miller teaches German 1 students Max Loggins and Logan Damon how to greet each other in German.

by Yesenia Montenegro and Lindsey Russo

September 19, 2017

One of Linganore’s new teachers Mrs. Gabriele Miller, is continuing the German classes at school.  Mrs. Miller is originally from Cologne, Germany and moved to the United States 35 years ago. She met her husband while on a skiing trip in Austria, and decided to come to the U.S. with him so that he c...

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