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Sewtherapy: PREP offers opportunity for students to learn to sew for charity

Sierra Rossman and Peyton Johnson prepare new sewing machines for the sew therapy PREP class.

by Elizabeth Rajnik, Editor

September 15, 2019

On September 12, Mrs. Natalie Rebetsky, Sierra Rossman and Peyton Johnson prepared sewing machines for a new PREP opportunity coming this fall, Sewtherapy. Assistant Principal, Mr. McWilliams, arranged for Rebetsky to use sewing machines that were in storage. Rebetsky was inspired to create the ...

Students and staff take MSDE pilot climate survey: Photo of the Day 11/8/18

Jaylin Graziano finishes the  Maryland Climate survey.

by Rachel McCoy, Reporter

November 8, 2018

On November 8, most students and staff took the MSDE (Maryland State Department of Education) pilot survey. The survey was administered during an extended PREP period. The survey explored student and teacher responses to school climate questions.   Most of the school, grades 9 - 11, we're taking the survey at...

National English Honor Society inducts 71 new members: Photo of the Day 11/07/18

The National English Honor Society inducts new members.

by Emily Webb, Editor

November 8, 2018

On November 7, 2018, the National English Honor Society held their annual evening induction. An unusually large group, 71 new members, were inducted.  The ceremony began with opening remarks from the advisor, Natalie Rebetsky. Then, officers were confirmed in their positions and given time to talk about...

National Principals Month: What About the Assistant Principals?

Mr. Bittner talks with Deputy Jones during lunch duty.

by Katie Gallagher, Reporter

October 31, 2017

October is National Principal Appreciation Month, a time to say a “thank you” to the principals who make your school function. But what about the Assistant Principals? They work equally as hard as the head principal and can be underappreciated. Three assistant principals Chris Bittner, Michelle Gi...

SGA and School Culture Committee plan student activities for National Bullying Prevention Month

Photography 4 student, Kat Gerogiannis, created a symbolic representation of tolerance and equality.

by Lauren Hall, Reporter

October 22, 2017

Before the school year began, the SGA determined their theme "Be Kind." SGA president, Jack Dubro, said, "A community survey concluded that many think that Linganore could be a more tolerant place, so that's where the theme came from." This theme was shared with the faculty and staff and has been...

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