Monthly Archives: March, 2016

Jostens delivers graduation products to seniors

On March 23, Jostens delivered graduation products to seniors. The delivery table was set up in the main lobby during SMART lunch. Students, depending...

Being married to a coworker

“It all began with hall duty in the fall of 1994...I was a second year teacher from the other side of the state...she was...

For Ms. Engdahl, it’s all about the students

In classes such as AP World History and AP Psychology, Ms .Michelle Engdahl is known for keeping things student-centered in both the curriculum and...

Gwen Stefani releases another classic emotional album

On March 18, Gwen Stefani released This is What the Truth Feels Like, her long awaited third solo album. The twelve-song tracklist features a...

Giving back by giving blood

On Tuesday, March 15, Leesville held the spring blood drive. 105 students and staff signed up to donate between one and two pints of...

New varsity sport added at Leesville

This up and coming spring season, Leesville is adding another female varsity sport to their repertoire. STUNT, a more competitive and technical based version...

Football Prospects Vick, Freeman Commit

It’s been a ride for senior Clay Vick. He has grown as a player and as a person in the last year. Vick...

The 100 vs the Lord of the Flies

William Goulding’s the Lord of the Flies has served as an representation and prediction for how children will respond to no rules and no...

Things you should know about the new SAT from someone who took it

On March 5, the College Board launched the first test day for the “new” SAT. Many people, like me, flew into the test fairly...

Madness in March

In the eyes of college basketball teams, March Madness means the ultimate achievement: the national championship. However, for fans, the basketball tournament signifies ousting...

Becca Jones, The Comeback Kid

Leesville High School’s very own Becca Jones, sophomore, is planning her comeback. As a freshman, Jones had been talking to six schools, all with...

Leesville Road Construction Actually Finished?

Many students and teachers have experienced first hand the annoyance of the slow construction on Leesville Road. With it now complete, residents of the...

“On Failure” Response

https://www.themycenaean.org/2014/03/jesters-thoughts-on-failure/ I refuse to welcome failure. I abhor and fear and detest failure. I do believe that failure is wrong; I cannot embrace it, I...

Why high school kids should follow Tasty

It’s not surprising that as of 2011, 28% of Americans don’t know how to cook their own meals. The Huffington Post cites that half...

Human Interest Story: Allison’s Tye-Dyes

One of Leesville’s very own juniors has started a small side business selling cute and trendy tie-dyes to Leesville students. Allison Garrell has mastered...

Migos takes on Raleigh

On Tuesday, March 8 at 8:00 p.m., Migos took on North Carolina at The Ritz in downtown Raleigh. Migos is a well known trio...

Pride women’s soccer blanks Broughton

Marshall L. Hamilton Stadium was buzzing after the Pride defeated the Broughton Capitals 3-1 Wednesday night to improve to 6-0-1. After what seemed like...

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