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LCM High School Bond Update

LCM High School Bond Update

November 13, 2014

LCM Raises Money for “No Stone Left Unturned”

Wendy Cates, Editor

November 13, 2014

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For the next two days, LCM will be accepting donations to benefit the No Stone Left Unturned organization, whose mission is to give as many military headstones as possible to Veterans. This organization was started by Lee Pelly,...

“Graduate for Mas” Program Encourages Students

Jeffrey Holland, Ad Manager

November 13, 2014

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Graduation is a top priority for schools and now students can benefit from helping people graduate with Taco Bell’s “Graduate for Mas” event. By setting up platforms for students to promise to graduate, there are multiple...

LCM Gears up for Homecoming Week

Chelsea Dickert and Sydney Pierce

October 9, 2014

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The cold fronts are coming through more often and the leaves are starting to change, and along with these changes is perhaps one of the most exciting times at LCM - Homecoming Week. The students and faculty will be showing...

“The Triangle Factory Fire Project” to be shown this week

JoLynn Homin, Writer

October 8, 2014

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This week, the LCM Theatre Department will present its first production of the year, "The Triangle Factory Fire Project." According to Theatre Director Cory Broom, the play is based on real events in United States History that...

HOSA Gets Students Involved in Healthcare Field

JoLynn Homin, Writer

September 29, 2014

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For those students who love to help others and who one day want to work in the healthcare field, HOSA is the perfect organization to join. This club, which stands for Health Occupations Students of America, has been in existence...

BYOT Classes Offered

Jeffrey Holland, Ad Manager

September 16, 2014

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For those students who would like to bring their electronic devices to school, LCM has a program that allows them to do so. Such devices include iPads, iPods, laptops and other Internet-enabled devices. The Bring Your Own Technology...

Senior Elections to be held on Tuesday

JoLynn Homin, Writer

September 8, 2014

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Elections for senior class officers will be held tomorrow and many students may not have given any thought to who is running and who they plan on voting for. The candidates for the 2014-2015 Presidential position are: Chris Schilz,...

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