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Don’t BYOD: Leave your cell phone in your backpack

Don’t BYOD:  Leave your cell phone in your backpack

by Ethan Hart, Editor-in-Chief

September 27, 2019

At the beginning of the school year, Kristen Canning, a teacher at Ballenger Creek Elementary School, read a bedtime story to her students via Facebook live-stream. The live-stream helped build personal connections between her and her students, encouraged reading, and set an example for parents to r...

News for December 11

by Lancer Media

December 11, 2018

Are you a junior with a strong interest in science? The United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick is now accepting applicants for their research internships.They begin this summer for weighted credit. These internships last for a full year, so you would atten...

News for December 10

by Lancer Media

December 10, 2018

Linganore Swimming and Diving kicks off its season with two meets this week. On Tuesday, December 11th they will take on Urbana at Middletown. On Thursday, December 13th, they have their home opener against Tuscarora at Walkersville High. Both meets begin at 6:00 pm. Please come out and support our Lancer...

1:1 Chromebooks improve learning but create headaches

1:1 Chromebooks improve learning but create headaches

by Grace Corbitt, Reporter

October 25, 2017

Ever since 1:1 Chromebooks were introduced a year ago, they have taken over classrooms. Most students said "goodbye" to paper assignments and big clunky textbooks, and "hello" to Google Classroom and Google Drives. After having the Chromebooks for a year, both students and teachers are  getting b...

One-to-one program gains a few more ones: Photo of the Day 1/30/17

One-to-one program gains a few more ones: Photo of the Day 1/30/17

by Hannah Haught, Managing Editor

January 31, 2017

On January 30th, new Chromebooks were distributed to students who had signed up to receive one. The laptops, previously only in use by the class of 2020, extended their reach to upperclassmen as well. The Chromebooks are part of Linganore's plan to become a one-to-one school. The one-to-one system...

Sophomores learn about CTC during PREP: Photo of the Day 12/8/16

Sophomores learn about CTC during PREP: Photo of the Day 12/8/16

by Nicole Muller, Reporter

December 8, 2016

During PREP on 12/7 and 12/8,  students learned about the CTC (Career Technology Center) program. The CTC program was made for students in grades 10-12  who want to take career-focused classes that prepare them for the workforce and college. “CTC's programs are a solid option for me becaus...

Facebook Live: Viral birth video warns of TMI to come

Facebook Live:  Viral birth video warns of TMI to come

by Olivia DuBro, Editor-In-Chief

May 19, 2016

You're scrolling through your news feed. You 'like' your cousin's prom picture. You 'love' your mom's status about how proud she is of her kids. You even go out of your way to read the article your best friend's mom shared about increasing college tuition prices. And then you see it. Like a horrib...

Top 10 of 2015: Apps we can’t live without

Top 10 of 2015: Apps we can’t live without

by Alicia Nasto, Editor

January 4, 2016

10.Skype: Skype is a video chatting app which helps many families and friends stay in touch, even when not at home connected to Wifi. As a former military child, I know this is a way many military families stay in touch with those who have been deployed or sent on a TDY, which can happen pretty oft...

To 10 of 2015: Technology gadgets that are nearly magical

To 10 of 2015:  Technology gadgets that are nearly magical

by Haley Barge

December 26, 2015

You might not have received these fabulous gadgets this year, but that's what a "wish list" is for!  Here are 10 great tech gadgets we wish we could afford.  Number 10: Polaroid Zip Instant Photoprinter Print anywhere with the Polaroid Zip Instant Photoprinter. This pocket-sized device allows you to prin...

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