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Schwartzbeck’s volleyball service project serves up competition

Senior Lauren Ryan serves the ball.

by Alaina Burger, Reporter

November 7, 2019

Close to 100 students took a break from learning and fought it out on the volleyball court to raise money for prom and to earn bragging rights. On November 4, senior Garrett Schwartzbeck began a week-long volleyball tournament held during PREP (LHS's version of "study hall") in the main gym. The tournament is...

Athletic Coaching: Lessons for Life

Coach Dylan Miller and Suscha Campbell play tee ball.

by Matthew Gelhard, Managing Editor

May 30, 2019

Andrea Poffinberger’s Athletic Coaching class utilized their coaching knowledge to create a lesson for the Learning for Life program. In preparation for the experience, a tee-ball game in May, a practice was held in the auxiliary gym. Poffinberger’s students covered six different activities: a war...

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...

Learning for Life students make morning treats for faculty: Photo of the Day 11/19/17

Jalen Davis and Brandon Kline prepare coffee and tea.

by Lilly Player, Reporter

November 20, 2017

The kids in the Learning For Life program started the coffee cart the week of November 13 and will continue it throughout the school year. Currently they are selling coffee, tea, and biscotti for $1 each, and muffins are $1.50. After winter break they plan to sell hot dogs and popcorn! Mrs. Mary...

Learning for Life students raise awareness for Pay It Forward Day

Learning for Life students John Paul Beall, Sarah Webster, and Suscha Campbell deliver a bag of popcorn to Mrs. Rebetsky

by Olivia DuBro, Editor-In-Chief

April 15, 2016

On April 14, Learning for Life students Sarah Webster, John Paul Beall, and Suscha Campbell  accompanied by staff members Mrs. Pamela Knight and Mrs. Mary Cate Henry, delivered bags of popcorn to teachers around the school as a way to "pay it forward." There was a note attached to the bag informing...

Learning for Life students have prepared YOUR lost clothing for donation: Photo of the Day 12/2/2015

Riley Faulconer displays some of the lost and found clothing.

by Garrett Wiehler, Reporter

December 3, 2015

Time is dwindling for students who have lost their articles of clothing this year. The Lost and Found bins in the main office are overflowing. You may still have a chance to retrieve your clothing before it is donated. To retrieve items you can go to the front office and speak to Mrs. Debbie Day. The Learn...

Kehne’s Beans brightens morning with coffee and hot chocolate

Jacob Conley prepares morning coffee for teachers.

by Marissa de La Viez and Aprilynn Slifker

February 18, 2015

Every morning the coffee machine clicks on and the daily routine begins. Coffee, tea, and hot chocolate are poured into designated styrofoam cups and delivered to eagerly waiting teachers. Who are the students behind this daily operation? Kehne’s Beans is delivered exclusively by the Learning for...

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