Senior cheerleaders and our Senior basketball player received their goody bags today. They will be honored on Saturday, February 13th prior to the varsity basketball game.
Congratulations to Kris Robinson and Emily Clifton who are this week's winners of the Class of 2021 $21.00 Gift Cards donated by parents of the Class of 2021.
Winter Homecoming King and Queen and their Court Erik Stufflebeam, Jenna Wilson, Quinn Walsh, Abbie Dicken, Queen Keely Fickel, King Henry Pierce, Madelyn Johnson, Teddy Dennis, Addi Decot, and Bryce Alford
Congratulations are in order for the Agriculture Sales team who placed 3rd in the district at the virtual contest on February 4, 2021. The team consisted of Emma Schluep, Andrea Klingelhafer, Wesley Stumbo, and Eli Stallsmith
Lady Chief Senior Basketball players and Bowlers received their Senior Goody Bag to celebrate their Senior Night.
Over the weekend, Military Science Cadets volunteered to help at the Hocking County Humane Society They cleaned kennels, bathed dogs, cleaned the outside grounds, organized a storage trailer, etc. The Humane Society staff were very appreciative. The cadets who volunteered their time were: Brayden Anderson Ethan Bartch Katrina Carpenter Samantha Jenks William Lantz Emily Taulbee Tyara Tope Dominic Underwood Tristan Wemer CJ White Brandon Holley
LHS Top 5 Winter King and Queen candidates are: Erik Stufflebeam, Henry Pierce, Teddy Dennis, Bryce Alford, Abbie Dicken, Keely Fickel, Madelyn Johnson, and Addi Decot (not pictured Quinn Walsh and Jenna Wilson) The Winter King and Queen will be crowned on Tuesday, February 9 before the Varsity Basketball game.
The Top 10 Winter King and Queen Candidates are Madelyn Johnson, Madi Visintainer, Keely Fickel, Caitlin Hall, Rachel Zagoric, Addi Decot, Abbie Dicken, Tabi Eveland, Jenna Wilson, Baleigh Zimmerman Quinn Walsh, Cody Carrell, Tyler Kost, Henry Pierce, Colt Hull, Erik Stufflebeam, Teddy Dennis, Bryce Alford, Zach Voit - not in picture Nathan Allen
Military Science Cadets Emily Taulbee and Ethan Bartch volunteered their time on Saturday to help clean up litter around the LHS campus.
Our community needs to be commended and recognized for its support of our students. The local scholarships available to our seniors are a testament to the commitment our community has for our students.
Previous Page - Next Page