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Students play around during halftime for prizes

Students play around during halftime for prizes

Georgia Miller, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2019

Student Government Association has already been hard at work this year in many new and exciting ways. One of these such ways was an out of the box homecoming theme. Another such way has been the halftime games open to the student section. At every football game this year, SGA has hosted a game during h...

Varsity football wins against Life Christian Academy

Varsity football wins against Life Christian Academy

Georgia Miller, Staff Reporter

September 2, 2019

With the sun headed down and the stands filling up, the Varsity football team took the field. The captains winning the coin toss elected to receive the ball as the game versus Virginia’s Life Christian Academy Eagles begins. LCA’s Eagles put up a strong defense throughout the game but the Trojans bro...

Waving Goodbye to Golf

Waving Goodbye to Golf

Haley Owens, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2019

On Monday April 29, the golf team had their last tournament of the season. They had their region match to see if they would qualify for state, but sadly they barely missed the mark. One golfer, Kayson Cowart (12), was returning from some time off in her golf career. Cowart suffered from a shoulder injury that cause...

You’re In!

You’re In!

Chloe Jolley, Staff Reporter

April 26, 2019

Getting into college is a very exciting time for anyone who is attending. It comes with many emotions, but ultimately it makes seniors feel as if they have worked very hard and accomplished something. The school campus came up with a “You’re In Day” to help celebrate all students who have b...

To text or not to text: That is the question

To text or not to text: That is the question

Loronza Collier, Staff Reporter

March 21, 2019

Texting can be good and bad. Plenty people prefer texting over calling, but a lot of people do not like texting. Texting is the way to go because a lot of adults and teenagers have jobs and can get in contact through a text instead of calling. Without texting you wouldn't be able to build a relationship wit...

Is Life 360 Too Controlling?

Is Life 360 Too Controlling?

Chloe Jolley, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2019

These days technology runs everything and most people can not live without it. Some people use it for social media and some use it for a business, but now many parents are using an app called Life360 where they can track their kids and even see how fast they are driving. Some students feel as if this is a...

Cellphones

Cor Neesia Taylor, Staff Reporter

March 15, 2019

It is difficult to imagine a time without cell phones connecting people across the city, country, and world. The mobile phone is now a part of popular customs. New customs, rituals and routines are developing around what is being used everyday. Cell phones have changed how we communicate. Earlier stu...

Tattoos become a staple on campus

Tattoos become a staple on campus

Aniya Gardner, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2019

Tattoos. One of the things that teenagers find as a perk of getting older. Some get them as a symbol of something or someone special in their life, they might get them just because they find it cool, or sometimes they may get them as a dare. Parents sometimes are okay with their child getting a tatt...

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal with Jacob Nichols

Humans of Lee: Up Close and Personal with Jacob Nichols

Hannah Elliott, Co-Editor

March 9, 2019

Junior year is commonly called the hardest year of a student’s high school career. The work load seems to be higher, especially with all the end of course tests at the end of the year. While the pressure is already increased, it can be even more difficult when you are involved in after school activi...

The effects of mono after recovery

The effects of mono after recovery

Lindsey Ethridge, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2019

It has been almost two months since I last dealt with mono. Going back to my regular routine was a lot harder than expected. I am the type of person that is deadline oriented, so trying to keep up with make-up work while also learning in class was a struggle. I was learning standards and units that my c...

Black History Program

Black History Program

Kate Tabor and Aniya Gardner

January 11, 2019

In February, Black History Month was created. From Martin Luther King, to Harriet Tubman and Rosa Parks all fought for the rights of Black African Americans. Lee County High School is one of many schools that have a program dedicated to this, the Black History Program. Black history Program is ...

Students Getting Pulled Over

Students Getting Pulled Over

Lindsey Ethridge, Staff Reporter

November 29, 2018

It is no secret that a common fear among everyone is getting pulled over by the police. Drivers react in different ways to seeing flashing lights behind them. It is important to know what to expect when being pulled over. High school students share this common fear. Getting pulled over can be a v...

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