The carnies of AMDM

Alexis Hall is managing her station as her partner leaves to try out other games provided by the seniors of Mrs. Greene's math class. Several sophomores play Alexis's and her partner's game determined to win. Alexis said,

Donovan Robertson, Staff Reporter

January 25, 2020

Step right up folks to the AMDM Carnival. A place to play games and win prizes, as well as learn about probability. The carnies of AMDM have specially prepared entertainment for all participants. Christy Greene’s (faculty) senior classes set up games for kids from different math classes. Several...

PBIS Improves School

PBIS Improves School

Ella Faircloth, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2020

Once a month, during PRIDE on Thursday Block schedule, a special group of sophomores, junior, and seniors come to Room 106 on 100 Hall to discuss how our school can be improved. These students are formed as our P.B.I.S. group. P.B.I.S.  stands for Positive Behavior Intervention Support. This organization...

Teacher’s decorative doors

Overstreet's door stands tall, fully decorated. Overstreet decorated her door for the Valdosta State Blazers.

Tyson Baker, staff reporter

December 10, 2019

This week several colleges waived their admission fees and many seniors were given advice from counselors. As a way to bring more attention, teachers were encouraged to decorate their classroom doors here at the school to support their favorite college. They were given until Friday, November 22 to complete...

The GHSA playoff bracket is set

Marlon Brown (12), Caleb Floyd (12), Caleb Mcdowell (11), and Demarion Roberts (11) prepare for the trojan walk. The trojan walk has been a tradition by Lee County for many years, which occurred before every game. Brown said,

Eric Tabor, Staff Reporter

December 9, 2019

The bracket was set. Each year the state playoffs start with 32 teams. Week by week the number of remaining teams divides by two. The playoffs consist of five single elimination rounds. Including the best four teams from all eight regions. Lee County represents region one, which includes Northside Warn...

Custom signs and designs

The fish is designed, cut and swimming its way to the grinder. This key chain took about twenty minutes to design and about five minutes to cut out. Walker Pinson(12) said,

Tye Smith, staff reporter

December 9, 2019

The Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) welding class has decided to start making custom metal bumper tags, small key chains, Christmas ornaments and custom signs to put money back into the welding program. They have made a couple tags already and some key chains too. They have a few...

Theatre across the country

ITO Keith Peacock (12) basks in the limelight as plays the role of Harry Houdini in

Rachel Ward, Staff Reporter

December 9, 2019

This past summer, one student made history in not only the theatre department, but in southwest Georgia. Keith Peacock (12) was named as International Thespian Officer (ITO) for the state of Georgia, being the first one to come from Lee County. The purpose of his job is to promote theatre across the count...

Basketball the start of the season!!

Erica Irby (9) gets ready to make another play, and takes a break from the previous play.

Landria Rollins, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2019

 On Saturday November 16, the Varsity Girls and Boys basketball team both played at ASU West campus against Dougherty High Trojans. The games were neutral non-conference games.Lee county conquered a great win with a score of 57-30. In the first quarter the Girl’s basketball team had 13 points while Dought...

Varsity swim team’s first meet

The swim team finishes their first meet with anticipation as they wait for the results. The team worked their hardest to produce the best results for their first meet. Carlin Garey (11) said

Victoria Drury, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2019

The varsity swim team went to Thomasville on Wednesday, November 21 to compete against surrounding counties in their first meet of the season. Seniors spent the time enjoying their last first meet as high schoolers, while freshman were excited to experience their first swim meet. Overall, the team was...

Double dose of college for dual enrolled students

Students work hard to keep grades up while applying for college. This week students have been given advice from faculty on how they can best prepare for college and their future. “The benefits of what comes afterwards [like] some schools have programs designed to help you after college and that’s what I look for,” Victoria Crickmar (12) said, “anything that will give me a boost in my career after college.”

Georgia Miller, Editor-In-Chief

November 20, 2019

During college week, students are encouraged to look into, apply, and research various colleges. Teachers are also encouraged to tell their students about the many opportunities that are just past high school graduation. In looking for a college every student is different. Each one will value differen...

AP Psychology “egg”speriment cracks students up

With just a few minutes and a Sharpie, a once bare egg transforms into a child with it's own personality. Each student's egg was completely different, just like people in real life.

Hannah Elliott, Co-Editor

November 20, 2019

Kate Rowan (Faculty)’s AP Psychology classes were assigned a project in which they were to carry around an egg, plastic or real, for a week. The egg was to be treated like a child in order to apply knowledge of developmental patterns in humans.  Each day of the week represented a different stage ...

2019-2020 AP Seminar students receive help from former students

AP Seminar students write an in class essay. The students had only an hour instead of the usual hour and a half.

Jacob Montgomery, Staff Reporter

November 20, 2019

Coming back for a second year, AP Seminar is given to students once again, as an opportunity to take another AP class. It was given to the now junior class as a test run, in order to see if Seminar would continue to be offered. It was declared successful and was extended towards incoming Sophomores. AP...

Fishing team

Anglers for the fishing team holding their fish at the weigh in. Jay Henemyre (12) Henemyre (12) and Flint Davis (11) at the weigh in on their past tournament. Henemyre (12) said,

Avigail Wainright, Staff Reporter

November 18, 2019

The fishing team is new to the athletic department. Next year they will be joining Georgia High School Association (GHSA) which is a sport association. This year the fishing team consisted of twelve members. Six being high schoolers and six being middle schoolers. They went to three fishing tournamen...

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