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The School Newspaper of Lawrence High School.

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The School Newspaper of Lawrence High School.

The Budget

Emily Kruse

Emily Kruse, News Photo Editor

This is my second year on staff and my second year as news photo editor. I am always busy and photography takes up my whole life. Barb won't let me leave <3 Contact me at [email protected].

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Senior Jared Coté practices “Careless Whisper” for his solo during Showtime rehearsal on March 29. “Doing things with the people that you care about and love is pretty incredible,” Coté said. “Showtime is definitely jammed pack with things to do. If rehearsals are late, I will go home about 9:40. That’s the latest I’ve ever gone home.”

[Photo] Showtime is back and bigger than ever

By Freeman Spray, Webmaster and Copy Editor
May 2, 2019
Superintendent Anthony Lewis meets speaks during a community meeting at Lawrence High School on Thursday night to address school safety issues.

[Photo] Community gathers to discuss school safety

By Connor Schmaus, Newspaper Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 22, 2019
Senior TIffani Smith holds onto junior Jack Malin in the winter production of Spamalot. Smith played the character Lady of the Lake while Malin played King Arthur. “It was a lot of hard work and a big time commitment. You really had to balance your time out and priorities always came first,” Smith said. “I really enjoyed getting to know the cast. Most people I didn’t really have classes or activities with, so I made lots of new friends.”

[Photo] Spamalot the musical

By Freeman Spray, Webmaster and Copy Editor
February 21, 2019
  Senior Zuzu Melchor prepares for practice on Nov. 8 after joining the team following October tryouts. While this is Melchor’s first year on the pom team, she has several previous years of dance experience. “It’s super fun being on the team, not only because of the dancing, but also the people,” Melchor said. “I mostly do contemporary dance, so pom is very different than what I’m used to, but that’s what’s so fun about it.”

[Photo] Pom squad adds new members

By Zora Lotton-Barker, Staff Writer
November 28, 2018
New head football coach, Steve Rampy, calls a play from the sideline during the annual fall sports Jamboree. Rampy, who is entering his 40th season of coaching, was hired this past spring following the retirement of former coach Dirk Wedd.

[Photo] Leader of the Lions

By Emily Gordon-Ross, Staff Writer
September 28, 2018
The Volleyball team celebrates after scoring a point against Shawnee Mission North on  Sept. 11. The Lady Lions won the match two sets to none (25-8, 25-9).

[Photo] Setting up for state

By Daniel Davidson, Sports Editor
September 26, 2018
Senior Jillian Wilson looks back as students evacuate during the crisis drill Sept. 14. There will be nine crisis drills over the course of this year.

[Photo] New requirements for crisis drills put into effect

By William Yanek, Online Co-Editor-in-Chief
September 26, 2018
Supporting the cause, community members of all ages gather to support teachers on Sept. 6 outside Liberty Memorial Middle School. Parents, teachers and students from across the district stood together on what was supposed to be Liberty’s open house night, a night teachers aren’t specifically paid to attend. “It’s a hard place to be when you’re a teacher, because they care so much about our kids, their jobs and their professions and doing what’s right,” said Jenny Skillman, the leader of the initiative.

[Photo] Teachers say lack of info hurts safety

By Nikki Aqui, Managing Editor
September 20, 2018
JOYFUL — Rachel Dirks enjoys conducting the orchestras at the February concert. She will begin her new position as director of orchestras at Kansas State University this fall.

[Photo] Conductor Says Goodbye

By Izzy Hedges, Online Editor
May 16, 2018
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