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Class of 2018: Seniors celebrate ONE last day as Lancers

Class of 2018 members make the shape of a

by Kelsey Ward, Editor

May 22, 2018

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 is the last school day for the class of 2018. Seniors celebrated the end of the school year at the annual senior picnic on May 17, in the cafeteria. They ate lunch, sponsored by the PTSA and Sports Boosters, and received their yearbooks. It has been a good year for the Class...

Senior Countdown 2018: With four days left, World Language Honor Society seniors say adiós, au revoir, and auf wiedersehen to high school!

Sapnish Honor Society Officers, Carolyn Payne, Hannah Lemen, Lily Espino and Katie Thomas celebrate having four days left.

by Catie Jo Tansey, Reporter

May 17, 2018

With four days left in high school, the World Language Honor Society seniors attended the language Honor Society induction on May 16. Twenty-two seniors are active members in the French, Spanish, or German Honor Societies, and two more seniors, Kara Roth (French) and Jack Dubro (German), were inducted l...

Class of 2018 Bright Futures: Jack DuBro gains interest in Clemson

Class of 2018 Bright Futures: Jack DuBro gains interest in Clemson

by Devin Barge, Co-Editor-In-Chief

April 30, 2018

Jack DuBro chose to attend Clemson University because for him it's a family tradition: it's home, and it's where he wants to spend his next four years. Before attending Clemson, DuBro will be living in Ocean City, working as a waiter over the summer. "I plan to open up and operate a business that...

News for April 26, 2018

by Lancer Media

April 26, 2018

The Linganore Performing Arts Department’s Footloose has its opening night tonight! Come check out the amazing show the cast and crew has worked so hard on! Congratulations to the Linganore Envirothon Team consisting of Logan Breidenstein, Jack DuBro, Joe Kolick, Megan Pazzanese and Rosie Tilmon...

Class of 2018: Boys track and field seniors run through their last 28 days

Class of 2018: Boys track and field seniors run through their last 28 days

by Ethan Hart, Editor

April 13, 2018

The Linganore Lancer Track and Field seniors are running through their last 28 days of their high school career. Lars Eklund, Clay Buckman, Spencer Askine, Joe Russo, and Jack DuBro lead the way for the Lancers, who hope to take home the Class 3A State Championship this spring to add to their indoor t...

Mr. LHS holds first dance rehearsal in anticipation of March event

Lars Eklund and Sarah Hall dance the Rumba.

by Kelsey Ward, Editor

January 30, 2018

It's that time of the year again -- Mr. Linganore 2018 is finally here! On January 24, the ten contestants met for their first dance practice of the year. The show is March 10. The dance this year is the rumba.  Mrs. Linda Sanders has been choreographing for the event for many years.  She chose...

Top 10 indoor track runners this season

Khelsa Connolly, Alanah Follis, and Emily Wolfe compete in the 500 Meter dash.

by Emily Webb and Rachel Hall

January 24, 2018

It's just running. . . Running is a physically, technically, and mentally tasking sport and it takes athletes months to build the stamina and speed required for competition.  The track team is strong, but here are some standouts this indoor season. Ani Boghossian-James:  55 Meter dash, 55 Meter hurdles, 4x200 Meter relay ...

SSL students play volleyball for Learning for Life program: Photo of the Day 1/18/18

Junior and senior boys face each other on the courts.

by Bridget Murphy, Opinions and Layout Design Editor

January 19, 2018

Every SSL (student service learning) student is given the task to create a project to better their community. Jordan Swoyer, Anna Smarrelli, Kendall Sheehy, Noah Grenis and Josh Taylor made their project push towards growth of the Learning for Life program by planning a volleyball tournament. Senior...

Work together, not apart: How to fix the SGA’s biggest problem

Egg Nog Jog Committee Chairs Alex Ismael and Jane Quakenbush pour eggnog for the participants during the event, which is one of the SGA's largest service projects.

by Tommy Moyer, Reporter

December 18, 2017

Our school’s SGA has been wildly successful.  In 2015-2016, the SGA raised $12,171. In the area of community service, the SGA holds blood drives, toy drives, and raises awareness for cancer. However, the SGA’s largest weakness is the lack of participation in its events. It is very hard for the SGA to s...

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