The School Newspaper of Lawrence High School.

The Budget

The School Newspaper of Lawrence High School.

The Budget

The School Newspaper of Lawrence High School.

The Budget

Owen Musser, Photo Editor of The Budget

As the photo editor for The Budget, I'm passionate about using the medium of photography to tell stories and capture moments in our community. In my free time I enjoy going on walks, daydreaming, watching films, and having a complex relationship with my garden.

All content by Owen Musser
A Link Crew member holds up a sign to direct students to their assigned group.

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August 18, 2021
As part of a relay race, a Link Crew member removes and replaces a pillowcase.

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August 18, 2021
Surrounded by bubbles, senior Nick Cordova member gives freshmen a tour of the school.

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August 18, 2021
Senior Ashton Rapp throws t-shirts into the crowd.

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August 18, 2021
A student carefully considers their next move while playing a collaborative memory game.

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August 18, 2021
At the end of a long morning, students listen to closing remarks.

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August 18, 2021
Syringe in hand, a student in a doctor costume stands in the cafeteria.

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August 18, 2021
A Link Crew member cheers students.

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August 18, 2021
A group of costumed Link Crew members stand in the rotunda.

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August 18, 2021
A student makes a shot into a basketball hoop fastened onto a Link Crew member's back.

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August 18, 2021
In the courtyard, freshmen wait for the day's activities to begin.

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August 18, 2021
With a t-shirt in each hand, senior Ashton Rapp opens his mouth wide.

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August 18, 2021
Teacher Marci Leuschen raises her arm as she explains an activity.

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August 18, 2021
Link Crew members dance to a performance by the LHS drum line.

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August 18, 2021
A look down the remodeled math corridor reveals motion-censored lighting

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December 1, 2020
The social studies and English hallways are now one way only, with students needing to walk to the end of the hallway on the ground floor before going to their classrooms on the second.

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December 1, 2020
This stairwell is one of the last parts of the building that has not yet been remodeled.

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December 1, 2020
The new conference room features lots of natural lighting.

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December 1, 2020
A sink waits to be used in a new classroom.

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December 1, 2020
Shelves wait to be filled with students' work.

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December 1, 2020
The learning commons has both whiteboard tables and the rolling vertical kind.

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December 1, 2020
Some of the unique furniture available to students and teachers in the learning commons.

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December 1, 2020
Brand-new iMacs sit in Mr. Saltz' classroom.

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December 1, 2020
With a large projector and ample natural light, the learning commons serves as a multipurpose space for teachers and students.

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December 1, 2020
Chairs and booths fill the freshly remodeled cafeteria.

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December 1, 2020
Students will be able to spend time outside without leaving campus using the new courtyards.

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October 20, 2020
Light streams into the freshly remodeled rotunda.

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February 9, 2021
Scanning, a new thermometer checks if Jackson Yanek has a fever. Everyone is required to get their temperature taken before entering the building.

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February 9, 2021
Pointing, USD 497 Executive Director of Facilities & Operations Tony Barron explains the layout of the new building.

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February 9, 2021
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[Photo]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[Photo]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[Photo]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

[Photo]

July 19, 2020
After a nearly two-month delay, Lawrence High seniors graduated on Saturday night. Participants were told to wear masks and stay distant as COVID-19 cases have been rising rapidly in Douglas County and the state overall. The stands remained clear. Instead graduates and their guests walked through the event at tiered times.

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July 19, 2020
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