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Students show pride on band t-shirt spirit day

September 15, 2017 12:14am | Sienna Woo

On Wednesday, students embraced homecoming with their favorite band t-shirts!

DACA: El efecto que causa a los jóvenes inmigrantes hispanos

September 14, 2017 7:57pm | Sandra Hernandez Tobon

El 5 de septiembre, el presidente Trump decidió cancelar el programa DACA. DACA era un programa que se lanzó en el 2012 por el ex presidente Obama que tenía la intención de dar oportunidades a los jóvenes inmigrantes. Para calificar, para el programa uno de […]

Students gather for blazing bonfire

September 14, 2017 3:06am | Abby Moses

This evening, LHS students from near and far gathered in the athletic parking lot to witness a homecoming tradition: the bonfire! Like many years before, it was a great turnout. Students showed immense spirit by singing the fight song with the band, eating food from […]

Homecoming dodge ball is a big hit

September 14, 2017 2:37am | Hannah Sanders

Today at 2:45 students began preparing for the homecoming dodge ball games. Teams from all grades came to show their spirit. Mandy’s Angels, the Dodge Fathers, Shoosters, Peterson 2.0, 8th grade +1, Hurricane Irma, the Cobras, Mixed Basket, the Football boys, Straight out of Africa, […]

Tie dye spirit was to die for: hoco 2017

September 13, 2017 12:30am | Sienna Woo

To kick off Homecoming week this year, our first spirit dress up day was tie dye! Here are some of our Lions who really came through with their tie dye spirit.  

Not our forte: Lions sing in fun lip sync battles!

September 13, 2017 12:08am | Sienna Woo

Homecoming is filled with fun events and traditions, and one of those traditions is the lip sync battle that happens on a day during homecoming week during both lunches. On Monday, several students gathered all their courage and stepped up in front of a large […]

Captain/President Council: creating a better LHS community one leader at a time

September 10, 2017 4:27pm | Eli Demosthenes

This Wednesday, before the rest of the student body began the school day, team captains and group presidents met to learn how to become better leaders in a new group called the LHS Captain/President Council. The council is geared for student leaders in everything from […]

Tesla moves in

September 8, 2017 8:47pm | Stefanie Frederickson, Abby Moses

Recently, Tesla opened up a new car dealership across the street from LHS. The lot had been vacant for some time as the previous tenant, Ralph Schomp BMW, moved out. We wanted to check out the lot and hear from students about what they think […]

The arts showcase a “Collage” of talent

September 2, 2017 7:08pm | Abby Moses

On Wednesday, August 30, theaco, band, orchestra, and choir each performed a song to promote the arts program at LHS. The performance was called “Collage,” as it showcased a wide variety of artistic mediums. Before the show, the marching band and color guard performed in […]

Marching band places second at state fair

August 28, 2017 2:11am | Addi Iken

Yesterday, marching band and color guard boarded a bus at 6am to head to Pueblo, Colorado to march in the state fair parade. They placed second both in 4A and overall. It was a very solid day. “It was exciting; we placed second which we’re pretty […]