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GSA begins planning for winter formal

Toby Morseman and Leigha Plugge brainstorm movies to feature on movie poster decorations for the GSA formal.

by Elizabeth Anderson, Editor-in-Chief

December 9, 2019

On December 4, the Gender-Sexuality Alliance Winter Formal Planning Committee met after school in Ms. Jessica Baker's room to discuss the club's annual winter dance. This will be the fifth year that the club hosts this dance, which has become increasingly popular each year. Open to GSA students from...

Bigger and better: Short homecoming parade needs improvement

Students on the senior class float wave to fans watching the 2019 homecoming parade.

by Madeline Hull, Editor

November 6, 2019

I'm jealous of another school's homecoming parade. My freshman friend Mazie Fallati showed me photos of Walkersville's homecoming parade. Picture this: Team after team of excited students throwing candy at large and enthusiastic crowds. Fallati was part of the fun. This was her first year as a fres...

Barret breaks boundaries: Board member speaks about her journey

Liz Barret talks to students during PREP.

by Caroline Hobson and Gabby North

November 4, 2019

Frederick County Board of Education member Liz Barret came PREP to talk to the students about relationships, unexpected mentors, and how the people that came into her life helped her become the woman that she is today. The main points that she touched on throughout her presentation included not fitt...

Drama, GSA, FFA: Club fair offers something for everybody: Photo of the Day 9/18/19

Peyron Johnson, Taylor Carbough, and Caroline Pellicier pose for a picture in front of their FFA stand.

by Ruby Cerny, Reporter

September 18, 2019

During lunch on September 13, students had the opportunity to leave the cafeteria and enter Main Street to learn about clubs.  Students used a QR code or went to linganoreSGA.com to sign up for their club by September 17. Future Farmers of America (FFA) was one of the 31 clubs available, and it is open to all...

Beau Cameron hopes to overpower the competition as Captain America

Beau Cameron hopes to overpower the competition as Captain America

by Emily Webb and Emily Watson

March 1, 2019

Beau Cameron is one of 12 contestants competing for the Mr. Linganore 2019 title. In honor of this year’s theme, A Night of Firsts, Cameron will be portraying Captain America, the first Avenger. Cameron’s interpretation of his character has a fresh angle. “I chose my character not becaus...

News for February 14

by Lancer Media

February 14, 2019

Last night our Boys Basketball Team defeated the Middletown Knights 63-57 with a record of 14-4 in the regular season. A big game will be on Friday night as they take on TJ. The winner will advance to the CMC Championship game at Hood next Tuesday night. The girls basketball team came short 54-42...

Homecoming 2018: Parade marches through New Market

Freshman prince and princess Daniel Etherton and Lindsey Bruscia ride in style with FCPS bus drive Jeff Maley and his red car.

by Jason Byrd, Sports Editor

October 5, 2018

On September 29, Linganore held their annual homecoming parade, featuring floats from each class, homecoming royalty, the marching band, and more. The GSA marched with a banner representing their club. They handed out lollipops to onlookers. A few members such as Shelby Tlacik, Colleen Avila, and...

News for October 4

by Lancer Media

October 4, 2018

Members of the Science National Honor Society and any other students at LHS can earn six community service hours by participating in a large-scale tree planting on Saturday, October 6 from 9 am to 1 pm in the Monocacy River Watershed.  This event can be found on the Chesapeake Bay Foundation event calendar a...

News for October 3

by Lancer Media

October 3, 2018

Members of the Science National Honor Society and any other students at LHS can earn six community service hours by participating in a large-scale tree planting on Saturday, October 6 from 9 am to 1 pm in the Monocacy River Watershed.  This event can be found on the Chesapeake Bay Foundation event calendar a...

News for October 2

by Lancer Media

October 2, 2018

Are you interested in science or engineering? Would you like to make over $3,000 in eight weeks next summer? The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) is now accepting applications for their summer internships.  Applications are due October 31. Stop by C103 or see the link below for detai...

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