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Just take a breather…or don’t

Just take a breather…or don’t

Rhiannon Belcher

December 6, 2018


Filed under ACADEMIA, VIDEOS

With little time to ever relax and take a breather, the Lee County newspaper staff played a few games to form a closer bond while having fun. The staff started by playing the “cup game”. This game consisted of five groups and a stack of cups (Around 10-15 red cups and a black cup on the bott...

Free SAT testing this December 2018

Free SAT testing this December 2018

Amberly Kimbrel, Staff reporter

November 29, 2018


Filed under ACADEMIA

Due to the effects of Hurricane Michael, the College Board is offering the December SAT for free to students in Lee County and other surrounding counties. To get this offer, students have to register as normal at the College Board website for December 1 testing date. After registering for the SAT on this date, call...

NJROTC: More than a uniform

NJROTC: More than a uniform

Hannah Elliott, Co-Editor

November 22, 2018


Filed under ACADEMIA, CLUBS, STUDENTS

There are many things the NJROTC Trojan Battalion do all year, every year. One of their most important annual events is their battalion wide inspection, their Area Manager’s Inspection, where someone outside of the school system comes down to Trojan Field and test the knowledge of the cadets grades ...

Scholarship searching

Scholarship searching

Chloe Jolley, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2018


Filed under ACADEMIA

The race is on to scramble and find all available scholarships possible. Scholarships help in aid of college, and you can get them from athletic achievements or excelling in the academic field. There are a wide variety of options to choose from, and all you have to do is sign up for them, and some in...

Class of 2019 gives underclassmen senior tips

Class of 2019 gives underclassmen senior tips

Aniya Gardner, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2018


Filed under ACADEMIA

Since senior year has started for class of 2019, most of them have already got a taste in their mouths about how this year is going to go. Even though it is only first semester, most of them already have a handful of helpful tips for senior year. To’Nyiah Edney's (12) biggest tip is about “seni...

APUSH classes take a break from exams

APUSH classes take a break from exams

Hannah Elliott, Co-Editor

October 4, 2018


Filed under ACADEMIA, VIDEOS

Mrs. Trussell's second period AP U.S. History class takes a break from book work and tries their luck at a Lewis and Clark-themed breakout box. Using clues and resources around the library, the three teams raced against each other. The breakout boxes were from a company called Breakout EDU, a com...

The “s” in APES stands for spooky

The “s” in APES stands for spooky

Hannah Elliott, Co- Editor

September 25, 2018


Filed under ACADEMIA

On block days September 19 and 20, AP environmental science teacher  Whitney Fulford (faculty) took her  class across the street from their school to the Leesburg Cemetery. The purpose of the cemetery visit was to calculate death rates and survivorship using real people’s graves. The class has been...

Continental Congress comes to campus

Continental Congress comes to campus

Hannah Elliott, Co- Editor

September 14, 2018


Filed under ACADEMIA, VIDEOS

April Trussell's (faculty) second period AP U.S. History class reenacts the second Continental Congress. The class divided into the original colonies to learn about the Virginia Plan, the New Jersey Plan, and the Great Compromise.  The activity was interactive and let students get an idea of what really h...

Bye, bye Capstones

Bye, bye Capstones

Grace Faucheux, Staff Reporter

August 29, 2018


Filed under ACADEMIA, CAMPUS NEWS, Showcase

Every year the seniors meet in the auditorium to have their class meeting where they receive information on the upcoming year, such as important dates and what’s new. One big change this school year is that there are no more capstones. A capstone is a big project related to a student’s career path...

AP Scores: Results May Vary

AP Scores: Results May Vary

Hannah Elliott, Co- Editor

August 9, 2018


Filed under ACADEMIA, Showcase

For most kids, school work gets left behind in May, but for AP students, summer means sitting around waiting for their test scores. Scores from the test usually come out in early July, after school is already out for summer vacation. There are many AP courses available for the upper campus, and ev...

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