Monthly Archives: September, 2017

Fall Athletes Suffer from Short Summers

Fall athletes have been waking up and putting in work for their respective sports for nearly a month now. Athletes and coaches alike had...

Want to Serve? Join Key Club

Situated in an upper income area, Leesville is considered by many to be a school with a pretty privileged populous. Many students here want...

How One Puerto Rican Prepared for Irma

As Category 5 Hurricane Irma traveled over the Caribbean, inhabitants of islands such as Puerto Rico prepared and responded to the hurricane in many...

Food Bank Club Participates in Hunger Awarness Month

On September 14, the Leesville Food Bank Club will be participating in the Hunger Action month event at the North Carolina Governor’s mansion. At...

Plans for 2017 Homecoming are well underway

Homecoming Week may not start until October 9, but the planning process for Homecoming is already underway. Last May, the Leesville Executive Council decided on...

Remembering the month

Many look back at their year and think, “man, this year sucked, next year will be my year.” Although they experienced positives, the negatives...

Studying Abroad with Professora Richards

Buenos Aires, Florence, Paris and Prague may be some of the best vacation spots in the world, but student’s know them as the best...

New School Year, New Privileges

School has just begun, and the Leesville Road parking lot is overflowing with upperclassmen going off campus for lunch. Upperclassmen are permitted, with a...

Leesville’s U.S. champion: Former Pride golfer wins amateur title

It came down to the 37th hole. Doc Redman, a Leesville alum and current sophomore at Clemson, competed in the final of the U.S....

No Calculators can Solve These Equations

Multiple honor society members have volunteered to translate and tutor students who do not speak English as their first language. In exchange for helping...

Upcoming Men’s Basketball Tryouts

Basketball tryouts start in November. The school year has just started but that means nothing for our fall athletes. This includes the many sportsmen...

How Teachers View Summer Assignments

One of the worst parts about taking an AP class is the summer assignments that come along with them. From the dreaded 5-10 page...

Leesville welcomes the Leos Club

On Wednesday, September 6, The Leos Club held its first interest meeting  in Ms. Cade’s room. The Leos Club was founded by Bridget Morgan...

Dr. Stone’s Last Semester at Leesville

After 12 years of teaching at Leesville, Dr. Stone, a science teacher at Leesville, is retiring. Stone will continue to teach for the beginning...

Teachers Request Supplies

As the school year begins, a request will echo through many classes at Leesville: “Please bring in school supplies from my wishlist.” The teachers...

Athlete’s Preparation for Away Games

A part of any high school student’s athletic experience is traveling to an away game. By the time the team arrives, they are expected...

Freshmen Reflect on Their First Days at Leesville Road High School

The new school year has begun and the freshmen are embarking on the first days of their high school journeys. As the freshmen navigate...

Leesville Juniors Hit The Student Parking Lot

As every senior class graduates, parking spots open in the student parking lot. For juniors who have received their driving licenses this year, it...

Unveiling the New and Improved Locker Bay

As returning students wander through the first floor of the main building, they may be surprised to find a new installation in place of...

Leesville Liaisons help out at New Student Lunches

During the first week of the 2017-2018 school year, the Leesville Liaisons held three lunches on August 28, 29, and 30 designed to introduce...

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