• Monday & Wednesday = A day, Tuesday & Thursday = B day, Friday = All classes

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The computer science team recently placed second at the State UIL meet. Pictured from left to right are coach Terry Morris, Emily Oldbury, Jacob Miller, Jessica Allen, and Alex Poole.
UIL Academics teams compete at State meet
Camille Kelly, Writer • May 10, 2022

The UIL Academics Team placed second runner-up at the Regional UIL Meet held at SFA on April 23. Members of the computer science and journalism teams advanced to the State...

Athletic banquet, crawfish boil to be held
Marshall S. Braus, writer • April 26, 2022

The LCM Athletic Booster Club Varsity Sports Banquet will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on May 21 in The Grove. All varsity athletes will be provided five pounds of crawfish,...

Bears Got Talent is an annual fundraiser, hosted by choir.
Choir to host annual talent show
LeAnn Rodgers, Writer • April 12, 2022

Choir will host its annual talent show, Bears Got Talent, at 7 p.m. on April 14 at the high school auditorium. The talent show is a fundraiser to help with funding for choir...

Cheer tryouts will be held this Friday, March 11.
Cheer, drill team tryouts to be held
Marshall S. Braus, writer • March 8, 2022

Cheer will host tryouts for the 2022-2023 season this Friday, March 11. Tryouts will be held at the high school. According to cheer sponsor Brandy Cricchio, those trying...

FFA members recently celebrated National FFA Week.
FFA chapter celebrates growth
LeAnn Rodgers, Writer • March 8, 2022

FFA (Future Farmers of America) is a student organization where students learn important skills like leadership and treating people with kindness and respect. It supplies...

Cheer places 6th at state competition
Cheer places 6th at state competition
Rayna Christy, Writer • February 8, 2022

On Jan. 15, UIL Cheer competed at the state UIL competition in Fort Worth. Overall, they received sixth place.  “This is LCM’s seventh year to compete at UIL,”...

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Senior Elaina Forester has witnessed firsthand the challenges of learning online.
The challenges of online learning
Elaina Forester, Editor • March 23, 2022

When I made the decision to take on two online classes this year, I wasn’t prepared for the stress and anxiety virtual learning would cause. While online learning allows...

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Staff writer Rayna Christy wants her peers to know its okay to try out different extracurricular activities, rather than be locked down to just one.
Pursuance of passions
Rayna Christy, Writer • March 1, 2022

As one grows up, they are often faced with a multitude of choices concerning their passions and future. Although many tend to believe that they should immediately find one...

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Literature is much more important than most people realize.
The essentiality of literature
Camille Kelly, Writer • March 1, 2022

In public high schools across the nation, it is common for students to dislike English classes. Many high schoolers have said this is because they do not understand how reading...

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Small acts of kindness can have big impact
Small acts of kindness can have big impact
Camille Kelly, Writer • November 9, 2021

The smallest acts of kindness can have the greatest impact on people. That one instance when a person said or did something to reach out can change person’s day - or even...

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Consistent misuse of plastic is causing long-term damage to the earth.
Save the ocean, recycle the plastic
Rayna Christy, Writer • October 7, 2021

Oceans around the world are being filled with plastic, and in no way is that the fault of the animals. In a study by PEW, a total of 11 million metric tons of plastic is dumped...

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Setting the bar
Track athletes compete at District, qualify for Area
Softball gets big wins in district play
Bear Baseball has big goals for season
Bear Basketball makes historic run
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