The Lance

Celebrating 25 years of dedication: Lloyd takes us to the moon

Marching band members and alumni join together to march during pre-game

by Emily Lotito, Editor

October 25, 2019

A very exciting moment in Linganore’s history is taking place this year. Mr. Kevin Lloyd is celebrating his 25th anniversary working as the band director. To celebrate this moment, Lloyd invited more than 50 former Lancers to march with the band before the homecoming game on October 4. Rusty Ray...

Homecoming 2019: Bow tradition untied at pep rally

Senior bow dress recipient Laria Seyfried performs with the band.

by Jacob Blue, Managing editor

October 7, 2019

The final day of homecoming spirit week is “Red, Black, and Bow Day.” Students earn spirit points by wearing red and black colors, and can earn extra points for every bow that they wear. For most, a bow or two might suffice, but the senior class, knows that the "bow dress" brings home the spirit sti...

Underclassmen recognized for their academic achievements: Photo of the Day 5/29/19

Underclassmen received academic awards.

by Ashley Baker, Reporter

May 29, 2019

On May 28 the underclassmen were recognized for their achievements throughout the year. In the Class of 2022, students were recognized for maintaining a 4.0 GPA. The Class of 2021  worked to keep their 4.0 GPA and received academic letters Mr. Jeremy Brown SGA Adviser, organized the event with the help of the...

Students want more locally grown fresh food

Kevin Aquino eats a cafeteria lunch.

by Peyton Johnson, Reporter

January 8, 2019

Frederick County Public Schools has spent the past year exploring the possibility of adding more locally grown fruits and vegetables to the lunch menu. Because this is such a big decision for the school district, Steve O’Brey, food procurement coordinator at FCPS, wants to ensure that they have enough ...

Class of 2022 shares their first impressions

Kaelyn Diaz heads to her bus after a day of being a freshman.

by Emily Lotito, Reporter

September 24, 2018

On September 4, the Class of 2022 started their four-year journey in high school. Students got lost in the halls. Teachers handed out their syllabi and their new rules and expectations for the class.  “I expected to get hazed a lot by upperclassmen and get pushed around a lot.  I also didn't ex...

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