Learning about a person’s place in the environment is an important part of growing up, especially as a student at First Leaps Together in Ledyard Center. First Leaps is a local preschool owned by resident Krista Bordeleau. The school was opened in September 2014 and a new addition was just added in December, allowing for … Continue reading Remember Your Roots: Ledyard Alumni Help Town Youth Commemorate Earth Day
A to the freshly painted stairwell doors: It’s about time LHS started looking like LHS...as far as our color scheme goes. We needed more blue around here, not that nasty New London green. A to senior superlatives: Clearly the most important awards that are given throughout a student’s high school career. No one wants to … Continue reading April Report Card
Dexter (2006-2013) Dexter follows Miami-based blood splatter analyst and sociopath Dexter Morgan as he identifies and murders the vile criminals that law enforcement has failed to capture. The show realistically captures Dexter’s attempts to conceal and protect his identity both as a serial killer and as an emotionless shell of what a regular person might … Continue reading Shows That Deserve a Comeback
Junior Class Roving Exemptions Go Extinct POPS Cancelled Tighter Restrictions for Colonels Fagan Reborn Senior Prom Moves Down the Hall No More Snapchat? Cosmetic Contraband Junior Charles Crain to Appear on Jeopardy! Kicking Her Way Into Sophomore Year The Hunt is On Quidditch Sweeps Into LHS Strolls Stopped For Good Be careful what you read … Continue reading Fake News!
Even though Ledyard Girls’ Varsity Basketball is coming to an end, the spotlight on Seniors Moriya Phillips and Johnay Burns will forever shine. Both young ladies gathered family members to walk the court and put their hearts into one more game to take the win from Woodstock Academy. With the score being 57-46, these young … Continue reading Athletes of the Month: Johnay Burns and Moriya Phillips
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8A8J3QJsK0&feature=youtu.be Jolie Suarez, Staff Writer Sophomore Jolie Suarez is a staff writer for the 2016-2017 Colonel. She spends her time outside of class playing soccer and swimming. She also enjoys reading, writing, and singing.
As the third quarter comes to an end in early April, the high school administration has decided to revoke the long-awaited senior privilege of final exam exemptions. In the past, seniors have been exempt from final exams if they have a 90 percent average or higher, but from now on all seniors will have to … Continue reading Exemptions Go Extinct
Sadly, Ledyard schools have recently put into place a new set of policies that can get you suspended. These rules go into place at LHS on April 3, 2017. Blaring music through the halls with a speaker. Even though you and your friends enjoy your music, the teachers don't seem to agree. Playing music in … Continue reading Tighter Restrictions for Colonels
At the end of April, we will unfortunately be saying goodbye to a beloved member of our school’s family -- our principal, Amanda Fagan. Fagan plans on relocating to another high school in Detroit, Michigan due to both the need for administration in the city and her familial connection to the area. Arty Fischel, the … Continue reading Fagan Reborn
Senior prom night is the event that every high school student can't wait to partake in. It's one of the only times that students can go full out in elegant attire and enjoy an expensive meal. As tradition has it, Ledyard High School holds senior prom in a hall or ballroom special buildings; last year … Continue reading Senior Prom Moves Down the Hall