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Military Homecoming: Castillo’s return cause for celebration

Army Sargent, John Castillo reunites with his daughter, Mikaila White, after being deployed for three months.

by Braden Weinel, Managing Editor

January 24, 2020

After serving overseas in Kuwait for the past year, John Castillo returned home and surprised his daughter, Mikaila White at school. Castillo is a Sergeant in the United States Army National Guard, but before that he is a father and a husband.  Castillo and his wife, Stephanie, had been plan...

Digital Communications holds bottle flipping contest: Photo of the Day 2/6/19

Rachael Easterday competes against Madison Stanfield in the bottle flipping contest.

by Bailey Bennett, Reporter

February 6, 2019

On February 4, Mr. Roger Rich’s digital communications class held a bottle flipping contest on Main Street during PREP. One competition was between Mrs. Rachael Easterday and Class of 2020 Madison Stanfield. This was the second match out of four. Each match is between a teacher and a student. The ...

Let’s get down to business: Intro to Business class learns ins and outs of working world

Mr. Rich helps Zach Skowron track his social media marketing analytics.

by Emily Webb and Harry Heitzig

January 22, 2019

What fast food restaurants should be in the cafeteria? Students in Roger Rich's Introduction to Business class determined it should be Noodles and Company, Taco Bell, Wildcat’s Den, Texas Roadhouse, and Panera. This food court proposal was one of the first projects of the semester. The project...

Business students take field trip to fastest growing company in the nation

Business students meet with founder of Soldierfit, Danny Farrar

by Braden Weinel, Reporter

November 30, 2018

On November 27, the Introduction to Business classes took a field trip to Soldierfit in Frederick to get a first-hand perspective on how to start, run, and grow a business. The parent company of Soldierfit was created by eight-year army veteran, Danny Farrar. Soldierfit was named the fastest growing compa...

Newly minted Millionaire’s Club receives $500 from Nymeo for successful live-streaming business

Roger Rich, Patrick Greene, and Digital Communications live-stream a game.

by Ethan Hart, Managing Editor

October 12, 2018

Move over bake sales. Step aside car washes. Students in the new LHS Millionaire’s Club have found a way to learn about finance by launching a business.  These enterprising students have started a subscription service live-streaming program through High School Sports Network.  On October 3, Nymeo, a local non-profit financial organization, donated $500 t...

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