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Jersey Bound

Jersey Bound

Rhiannon Belcher

December 3, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, CLUBS, Showcase, SLIDESHOWS, STUDENTS, VIDEOS

On Thursday November 29th, the high school model United Nations group went to Rutgers in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The group consisted of eight students and two chaperones. The trip lasted from Thursday to Sunday December 2nd. The model UN group stayed at a beautiful hotel while attended the Rutgers...

Cancer week continues

Cancer week continues

CorNeesia Taylor, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, Showcase

Family Career and Community Leaders of America is hosting a Cancer Fundraising Campaign from October 25th- November 6th for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) as a community service project which also ties in to their 7 Mindsets theme of Live to Give. They are selling blood drops for the Wall of Hop...

The hard work put into telling the story of the school year

The hard work put into telling the story of the school year

Mackenzie Rosa, Sports Editor

November 9, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

After all the final grades are submitted and summer vacation is about to begin, everyone looks forward to the day that the annual yearbook comes out. Although students spend their time flipping through the pages looking for themselves and their friends, they do not know how much hard work and late nights...

Fear the needle

Fear the needle

Gage Fordham, Staff Reporter

October 27, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

The flu epidemic has killed around 80,000 Americans during last year’s winter, which is more than those who died from gun violence, traffic collisions, and opioid overdoses. People need to get their flu shots to prevent them from getting sick.                                              ...

Hurricane Michael hits home

Hurricane Michael hits home

Kayla Idlett, Staff Reporter

October 23, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, STUDENTS

Hurricane Michael was a devastating storm for multiple families and companies. Most students felt like it was the end of the world without power. Hurricane Michael brought an end to multiple events; birthdays, competitions, companies, even appointments. Josh Taylor (10) said, “I was out of power f...

Introducing ‘PanopticOnline’

Introducing ‘PanopticOnline’

Georgia Miller, Editor in Chief

October 23, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

The PanopticOnline, the student’s news source for Lee County High School. Written for students, by students, about students. The class that runs the site is made up of 25 students ranging from sophomores to seniors. For some this is a journalism class while for others it is a senior English. Ei...

Broken microwaves cause student angst

Broken microwaves cause student angst

Nardriana Lewis, Staff Reporter

October 22, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

Many students are tired of waiting a long time to warm their food up during lunch. The school has three different microwaves, but two of them recently quit working. Now, there is only one microwave for 1,186 students to use, which is a problem when students usually have meals that take three minutes t...

Yearbook staff offers new senior ad discount contest

Yearbook staff offers new senior ad discount contest

Editorial Board

September 30, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, Showcase

With the senior deadline of November 15 approaching, the Trojan19 yearbook staff announces a new contest that promises to yield two winners - each one receiving a $25 discount on the purchase of a senior ad. The competition is limited to seniors, and it will only take place during POW - Panoptic Online...

Unbreakable kickball feud

Unbreakable kickball feud

Gage Fordham, Staff Reporter

September 24, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, SLIDESHOWS

Kentucky had the Hatfield and McCoys.  But another feud much closer, yet just an intense, can be found inside the walls of the LCHS gym. The feud between Coach Jason Butler (faculty) and Coach Kirven Davis (faculty)  in kickball is an ongoing tradition. It has been running for three years, and each team ha...

School events conflict with homecoming dates

School events conflict with homecoming dates

Madeline Conger, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, Showcase

Homecoming day will be filled with events for multiple groups of students on campus. Marching band, varsity cheerleaders and cross country runners are each competing in a competition while other students will be attending other events out of town. The Marching Trojan Band will be competing at their first band c...

IF, ELT, PRIDE: Acronyms that might, might not mean the same thing

IF, ELT, PRIDE: Acronyms that might, might not mean the same thing

Aniya Gardner, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, Showcase

Changes have been made to the high school this year, such as new hallways, floors, and even a new building added onto the school. There were also a couple of changes with academics. In the past on even block days, the school had a period called IF, which stood for instructional focus. This was a time that stu...

Soccer, track, tennis get new sports arenas

Soccer, track, tennis get new sports arenas

Willa Dyer, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, SPORTS

With last year's addition of the new multi-purpose facility for athletics and academics, the Lee community might have thought that they were ahead of the game as far as athletic facilities were concerned. In a sense, they were. But other sports venues that had long been ignored can now also boast a ne...

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