Down in the corner of the school lies “happy land” as other teachers call it, otherwise known as Agricultural Science. Not all students are a part of the agriculture community, meaning not everyone has a reason to walk down that hallway, but everyone should explore this area. Sophomore Cate Makenzie says, “I didn’t expect there … Continue reading Getting to Know Mr. Williams!
Senior Daniella “Dani” Batty has been an important part of Ledyard’s Marching Band since she was five years old. Whether it was from being a musician in middle and high school or even helping when her brother was in marching band (2009-2013), Dani has always had a love for band. Dani is seen by her … Continue reading Senior Spotlight: Daniella Batty
Students of Ms. Szell’s may have noticed a new addition to their classroom: on Wednesday, October 13th, room 106 received a class pet. Tobias (whose full name, given by Ms. Szell, is “Tobias or Toby-Tobes”) is a red-eared slider turtle originally from Agri-Science. Toby has quickly become a beloved member of the class. “It’s a … Continue reading A New Face in Room 106
Imagine fluffy, little, cute animals' faces comforting you while doing school work. Sounds fun, right? Wouldn't you like to have a more relaxed school day accompanied by a school dog or cat? Having classwork breaks, accompanied by a school pet, would be relaxing and fun. High schoolers would be mentally and physically improved by this, … Continue reading A School Pet?
A to Marching Band - Our marching band never fails to amaze and represent our school positively. Many students and staff have been lucky enough to see the band perform at the home football games, but most have not seen their competition performances. The tribute to the lives lost on 9/11, “United We Stand,” was … Continue reading October A’s and F’s
Meet the Choirs: a Ledyard High School tradition that COVID-19 took over last year, resulting in the groups missing out on a live performance. Meet the Choirs gives the public insight into the choir part of the music program. And this year, it was back and in full action! (with COVID-19 precautions of course!) For … Continue reading Meet the Choirs: Back in Swing!
To kick off our fall spirit week, we started with Pink-Out Monday, dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In my unprofessional opinion, this was a grand way to start off because not only did it give me time to plan outfits for the upcoming days, but it was super easy to participate in. Junior Allison … Continue reading Spirit Week Recap