This month's Senior Spotlight is Paul Bossardet! Hear about his passion for hunting and biggest inspirations! Andrea Gamboa, Multimedia Editor Junior Andrea Gamboa is the Multimedia Editor for the 2014-2015 Colonel. She sings in Ledyard Carolers, Chamber Choir, and Acabellas, and was a lead role in Ledyard Drama’s production ofHow to Succeed in Business, Without … Continue reading Paul Bossardet
Andrea Gamboa, Multimedia Editor Junior Andrea Gamboa is the Multimedia Editor for the 2014-2015 Colonel. She sings in Ledyard Carolers, Chamber Choir, and Acabellas, and was a lead role in Ledyard Drama’s production ofHow to Succeed in Business, Without Really Trying.
This month's Athlete of the Month is Jack Potter! Hear about his accomplishments and more! Samantha Barnes, Staff Writer Junior Samantha Barnes is a staff writer for the 2014-2015 “Colonel”. She competes all over New England with her three horses and plays basketball at school. Andrea Gamboa, Multimedia Editor Junior Andrea Gamboa is the Multimedia … Continue reading Athlete of the Month: Jack Potter
Throughout the past year, radios, televisions, and newspapers have been consumed by police brutality cases. You’d have to live under a rock to be unaware of the rising conflict with our nation. Due to a lack of evidence, it’s often hard to tell whether police aggression is justified. However, certain cases have proved that innocent … Continue reading Are Police Truly Brutal?
On the second of May, a legendary fight occurred: Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao faced off in the ring. People were on edge, excited to see the brutal outcome of these two great boxers, eager to see who would come out as champion. But did the fighters really deliver? Many say that this fight did … Continue reading Fight of the Century?
Among recent news, Governor Mike Pence signed the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Members of the LGBT community feel very threatened and targeted. The act gives legal support to allow business owners to turn away gays on behalf of their religion. Religious conservative groups support this solely for the religious freedom aspect. What is so … Continue reading Really Restoring?
“School is your job until you have one.” This phrase is a favorite among parents and teachers, especially as the weather warms up. While I do agree coming to school somewhat polished and not half-dead asleep is always a plus, I can’t imagine 985 kids or so running around the hallways wearing black pencil skirts … Continue reading Semi-Revealing Clothes: Who Cares?
Recently, Connecticut Core Standards have been required to be enforced in just about every subject in school. This even includes classes such as music, fine arts, Agri-Science classes.. Almost every teacher and student is affected by the Core Standards. These standards were created to make education more equal and unified across the country. They are … Continue reading Connecticut Core Standards Effect on Ledyard
On Sat. April 25, Select Singers performed a section of the Carmina Burana at the Garde Theatre in New London. Carmina Burana is a collection of songs based on 24 medieval poems. Select took on the part of the children in the story-like performance. What makes this performance different than many other Ledyard performances is … Continue reading Select Takes to the Garde
Ledyard High School is a place where people are involved in a number of activities and eat an array of snacks and meals to keep themselves healthy for each busy day. Within the student body are a group of students who opt out of eating certain types of food, such as meat. Juniors Rachel and … Continue reading Ledyard High: Go Veggie