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Don’t be Mean, Go Green

February 23, 2017 6:31pm | Hannah Williams

Recycling on Lowndes High’s campus is not a new concept. In fact, Mary Ann Hand, ninth grade literature teacher, started the first recycling program here, but eventually gave it to the Environmental Science Club. Sadly, they neglected the program and did not implement it. As […]

A Day in the Life of Amy Carter

February 8, 2017 4:51pm | Spencer Pipkin

From State Representative to Lowndes High teacher, Amy Carter continues to serve Lowndes County. When students think of a teacher, they do not think of the state capitol or politics, unless these students know Amy Carter, teacher and State Representative. From August to December, Carter […]

Prom Preparation

April 18, 2016 8:41am |

Prom, on April 23, is just around the corner. Some important aspects of prom are having a dress,  a suit and a date. The date does not have to be someone you are in a relationship with, it can be a close friend. A date […]

Perfect Pumps or Permanent Health Issues?

April 7, 2016 8:45am |

Most women love shoes; especially high heels. Whether it is for business wear, casual wear, beauty or simply for a boost of confidence, most women own or have frequently worn heels at one point in their lives. Studies show that many Americans wear high heels […]

Military or College, Why Not Both?

March 3, 2016 8:47am |

For seniors, it is time to make the hardest decision of their life so far, and choose a path for their future. Most avoid the question of what to do with with their lives. Many students make the choice to go into the military; others […]

The Cheese Wagon

March 1, 2016 9:34am |

Bus safety and student behavior have always been a topic of controversy. Students are loud, throw trash and fight. These are just a few reasons for distraction among bus drivers. So, the question arises, what can students and bus drivers do to improve the bus […]

Bringing Outside Food Into The School

March 1, 2016 9:26am |

Bringing outside food, like Chick-Fil-A or Mcdonalds, onto the school’s campus seems to be a major issue at Lowndes High School. Jay Floyd, former principal of Lowndes High School, strictly enforced this rule. The new principal at Lowndes High, LeAnne McCall, agrees with Floyd, but […]

The Struggles of a Dropout

February 19, 2016 6:42pm |

Dropping out of school is still an epidemic occurring all over the nation. The dropout rate for Lowndes High School is 4.2 percent. This rate compared to the other high schools rates in our region is low and has gotten better. According to Counselor Leb […]

Get to Know Carol Logan

January 21, 2016 9:12am |

Carol Ann Logan, Business and Technology teacher, is one of the many hardworking teachers at Lowndes High School. She entertains while lecturing to her students about the business world. According to Logan, God is the reason she is teaching. She believes He put her where […]

Katie Fletcher, Behind the Scenes

October 6, 2015 10:53am |

Lowndes High School is full of amazing people. Instead of slacking, many students take initiative to better themselves everyday. Katie Fletcher, LHS sophomore, manages to make time for softball, church and maintains good work habits. Also, at the same time, Katie leaves a positive connotation […]