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Leander High School's online student-run newspaper

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Leander High School's online student-run newspaper

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A package of envelopes that Journalism advisor Danielle Bell has set out in her classroom. It was for students to write appreciation letters to teachers.

Why I teach

by Aimee Bozoudes, Staff Writer
May 8, 2016
Teachers are required to finalize grades every six weeks. Students then receive their grades through txConnect.

Should teachers be graded as well?

by Anonymous, Guest Writer
December 16, 2015
Mrs. Bey and Mr. Bey on their river tour while visiting Jamaica. The person taking the photo was the tour guide that told them about the troubles in the social life of the Jamaican people.

Eat, teach, love

by Gigi Allen, Staff Writer
September 28, 2015
The check that publications adviser Danielle Bell received. Many other teachers also received the grant.

Teachers, staff members receive LEEF grants

by Jack Densmore, Editor-in-Chief
September 18, 2015
A student and his parent in front of the library at this years open house. Parents and their children often go to open house to look at clubs, organizations, and other information.

A look at Open House

by Gigi Allen, Staff Writer
September 4, 2015
The first day of school is August 24th.

New teachers bring new visions

by Jack Densmore, Editor-in-Chief
July 16, 2015
Three members of the LHS family passed away in June. Mrs. Locklear, Ms. Hardy and Mrs. Eggleston all worked at LHS for many years and will be missed.

Forever Lions

by Jack Densmore, Editor-in-Chief
June 23, 2015
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