The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

The student news site of Linganore High School

The Lance

Class of 2023 sells a candy gram to students at lunch.

Lancer Spotlight 2/17/22: Class of 2023 sells and distributes Candy Grams to fund prom

by Joe Ham and Mack Mullinix February 18, 2022

A week before Valentine's Day, the class of 2023 sold Candy Grams in the cafeteria. With the profits going toward prom, it was a great way to have some Valentine's fun. Many people received or gave...

Give The Student Member of the Board voting rights

Give The Student Member of the Board voting rights

by Marissa DePalma, Editor-in-chief February 7, 2022

On January 6, Frederick County Public Schools opened  voting for Student Member of the Board (SMOB). There were five candidates: Bella Amell, Hannah Morin, Michael Olson, Lucas Tessarollo, and Brady...

SMOB candidate Hannah Morin visited each high school in Frederick County to give a small speech through her Instagram when the election opened January 6.

Hannah Morin runs her SMOB campaign on learning, mental health, environmental education, testing

by Madeline Hull, Editor In Chief January 21, 2022

Junior Hannah Morin is running for Student Member of the Board (SMOB) for Frederick County Public Schools. If elected Morin will attend Board of Education meetings and express student concerns. Each student...

Brady Vlha is running for the 2022-2023 Student Member of the Board. The SMOB is a non-voting member of the BOE that voices the opinions of Frederick County students.

Student Member of the Board candidate Brady Vlha pushes for change, open to hearing concerns

by Madeline Hull, Editor In Chief January 21, 2022

Junior Brady Vlha is running for Student Member of the Board (SMOB) for Frederick County Public Schools. If elected, Vlha will attend Board of Education meetings and express student concerns. Each student...

Service Coordinator Mady Hull speaks to the NHS inductees at the ceremony.

Lancer Spotlight 12/3/21: NHS hosts formal induction ceremony

by Daryn Rowse, Reporter December 3, 2021

Those who are inducted into the National Honor Society aren’t just great students but also are great leaders. NHS honors students with great academic skills and a passion for giving back to the community. The National...

19th annual Distinguished Graduates Ceremony sparks life long inspiration among the class of 2025

by Caroline Hobson, Editor in Chief December 2, 2021

On November 23, the class of 2025, staff, and alumni attended the 19th Distinguished Graduate Ceremony. Presented by the Distinguished Graduate Organization, Alumni Association, and Student Government...

The hill painting is the first event in the celebration of homecoming week.

Spray paint, grass and school spirit: Painting the hill for homecoming kicks off the week

by Mia Lucas, Reporter September 30, 2021

Have some spray paint?  Want a chance to make graffiti without getting in trouble?  Hill painting for homecoming is just the ticket. The hill paintings are a long time tradition, and they...

This years homecoming banners have been displayed for all to see on main street.

Diamond anniversary inspires this year’s homecoming banners

by Brayden Gregory, Editor September 28, 2021

Ending high school on a good note, senior class of 2022 took first place in the homecoming banner competition. The sophomore class of 2024 took second place and the freshman class of 2025 took third...

Courtesy of Jessie Hernandez. A four-panel comic showcasing how each of the grades are doing as a result of many high school traditions and events being canceled, and just the reaction of how this year has started. The freshmen are wild and crazy, the sophomores are stuck being freshmen, the juniors are tired, and the seniors are depressed.

Four classes, one pandemic: Ongoing battle for the biggest pity party

by Jessie Hernandez and Leila Gibril March 2, 2021

Freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors are all fighting for the gold medal of pity. Class presidents are trying to build school spirit, and the new school principal amidst all this has to get to know...

Molly Granger folds origami roses for teacher appreciation Valentines.

Class council applauds staff with paper rose Valentines

by Molly Granger, Guest Reporter March 1, 2021

A bouquet of red roses for Valentine’s Day can cost up to $80.  The Class Council would have paid $528 to buy one for each staff member. Instead, they created a shower of origami paper roses. Using...

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