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NEHS members shop for baskets of books for needy elementary school families

NEHS members pose at the Scholastic Book Fair

by Grace Gaydosh, Editor-In-Chief

December 19, 2019

The holiday season is all about spreading holiday cheer and giving back to the community, especially to people who are less fortunate than others. In honor of the holiday season, National English Honor Society members Maddy Spisso, Grace Gaydosh, Angelique Fink, Alaina Burger, Tabitha Moses, Maya...

Asian Culture Club kicks off fall with icebreakers and egg rolls: Photo of the Day 9/29/19

Grace Gaydosh serves club members Riley Sheehy and Leah Bolger egg rolls.

by Alaina Burger, Reporter

September 29, 2019

调查[diàochá]: investigate, look into, or survey.  On September 27, the Asian Culture Club met for the first club day of the school year. The club, originally started by Larry Liu and Mike Mauro, members of the Class of 2019, carried on its legacy by welcoming 15 new students interested in learn...

12 hours at The Great Frederick Fair

The 157th Great Frederick Fair welcomes fun, friends, and family with all it has to offer.

by Leah Bolger and Kendall Martin

September 27, 2019

Frederick County residents are known for their rural traditions. This aspect of our community flourishes during the month of The Great Frederick Fair. There are two types of people at the fair: those who show and those who are spectators.  During the week of the 13th, students all around Fred...

NEHS members shop for families at the Scholastic Book Fair: Photo of the Day 12/6/18

NEHS members pose at the Scholastic Book Fair in Frederick

by Grace Gaydosh, Managing Editor

December 6, 2018

On December 5, National English Honor Society members Beau Cameron, Alex Ismael, Shelby Tkacik, Kaley Henyon, Grace Gaydosh, Maddy Spisso, Kat Taylor, and Hannah Ratchford went to the Frederick Fairgrounds for the 2018 Holiday Warehouse Sale. They bought books for two local families and will be decorating baskets for the books. NEHS members will be delivering the baskets to the families on...

National English Honor Society inducts 71 new members: Photo of the Day 11/07/18

The National English Honor Society inducts new members.

by Emily Webb, Editor

November 8, 2018

On November 7, 2018, the National English Honor Society held their annual evening induction. An unusually large group, 71 new members, were inducted.  The ceremony began with opening remarks from the advisor, Natalie Rebetsky. Then, officers were confirmed in their positions and given time to talk about...

In praise of the Groutfit: Shades of grey are suddenly colorful

Journalism brings back grey outfits.

by Bridget Murphy, Editor

November 20, 2016

Grey outfits or "groutfits" are bashed and praised. The people who bash grey clearly do not know what they're talking about. Most haters say that groutfits don't look good because they are all the same color. Grey hater, Natalie Kuscan, said, "It makes people look colorblind since they're wearing...

Class of 2020 members learn about Shakespeare and palmistry: Photo of the Day 10/17/2016

Mrs. Rebetsky's English 9 study their palms and try to guess their futures based on the lines.

by Savannah Sitler, Reporter

October 17, 2016

Mrs. Natalie Rebetsky’s English 9 students are currently reading The Merchant of Venice, a comedy written by William Shakespeare that involves romance and drama. On October 17, Rebetsky’s students read Act 2, Scene 1, where character Launcelot the Clown shares that he has received good news, ...

Photo of the Day 9/30/16: Students Vote for 2016 Homecoming Court

2015 Homecoming court competes for their respective classes during the Pep Rally.

by Beau Cameron, Editor

September 30, 2016

On September 30th, Linganore students submitted their votes for the 2016 Homecoming Prince and Princess of their grade. Each class has one Prince and one Princess, except the senior class. The seniors elect the Homecoming King and Queen and their Homecoming court. The 2016 nominees for each grad...

JV cheer energizes crowds at fall football games

JV cheer stunts during the game against Middletown.

by Grace Gaydosh, Reporter

September 16, 2016

“Are you psyched to be a Lancer?” Fourteen cheerleaders are leading the cheers on the sidelines for JV football. Sophomore captains Reilly Kidwell, Jodi Riggleman, and Makayla Hill, are determined to support the cheerleaders and lead the cheer team to victory in future competitions. “...

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