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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...

Coming home soon: Homecoming

Coming home soon: Homecoming

Willa Dyer, Staff Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

The week designated as Homecoming Week is coming a little earlier in the year than usual. On September 15, SGA will host  “Peace Out Patriots! 2k18 Homecoming Dance.” SGA club member Mona Ghimire (11) said, “We have been working very hard on the dance these past couple days to get the homecoming ...

Clear backpacks cause a stir

Clear backpacks cause a stir

Georgia Miller, Editor in Cheif

September 10, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

Clear book bags are now a staple item on campus. Everyone who is anyone has one, but not by choice. Students found out that their book bags would have to be clear towards the end of last year. There was a newsletter and other publicity. Students and adults on campus were aware of the recent stir...

The beginning of the end

The beginning of the end

Hannah Elliott, Co- Editor

September 8, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, Showcase

The beginning of junior year: the halfway point of high school. Juniors are not quite ready to count down the days until graduation, but they are ready to symbolize their graduation with their class rings. Class rings are rings that typically have a student’s name and year of graduation, with extra embelli...

Senior passes offer perks for those who buy them

Senior passes offer perks for those who buy them

Lindsey Ethridge, Staff Reporter

September 6, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

At the start of every senior’s year, there are plenty of things to start looking forward to. Most of these things happen later in the year and can seem like they come slowly. But senior passes give special privileges to those who hold them throughout the year. Senior passes are sold to any senior that ha...

This season’s student spirit

This season’s student spirit

Madeline Conger, Staff Reporter

August 29, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

Football games, the biggest events in the fall for students. The student section is filled with spirit, noise, and energy at each game on the Trojan Field. Not only is the student section animated at the games but there is also a theme for each game. The Student Government Association (SGA) coordinates the themes ...

Important Information for Class of 2019

Important Information for Class of 2019

Rhiannon Belcher

August 17, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

SENIORS, MAKE IT YOUR BOOK 2018-19 Yearbook: Make it Your Book Senior Photos: The picture must be submitted on a flash drive or CD, not through email. It must also include a signed release form from the photographer. These must be submitted by bringing your flash drive or CD to JLAB 407 by October 15.  ...

First Week of School: Brief Day by Day

First Week of School: Brief Day by Day

Hannah Elliott, Co- Editor

August 16, 2018


Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, Showcase

Tuesday, August 7: First day of the 2018-2019 school year! Students return from their summer breaks on a new day this year, but that doesn’t stop them from showing off their new looks. Wednesday, August 8: First odd block day of the year! New students learn the block day schedule, while most students...

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