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The Lanier Times

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Dr. Wallace (right) and his son (left)

What did Dr. Wallace do this summer?

Cigi Stroud, Sports Editor September 27, 2022

“What did you do this summer?” Is a question frequently asked during the first several weeks of the school year. Most peoples' answers usually consist of the beach trips or cruises they went on. However,...

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Lanier’s parking shortage

Ava Bowman, News Editor September 23, 2022

Here at Lanier High School, our student population numbers are growing, and more students are driving to school. As a result all the parking spots are filling up faster, making it harder for students to...

What is MTSS?

Indigo Hollingsworth, Opinions Editor September 13, 2022

Intervention for students is a crucial aspect of a school system. Such as ensuring that students’ social and emotional needs are properly met, identifying and predicting students who may be at risk for...

Gwinnett Implements New Grading Scale

Gwinnett Implements New Grading Scale

Liana Jones, Media Editor September 12, 2022

Most people remember the grading scale going A(90-100), B(80-89), C(70-79), D(60-69), and F(0-59). However, the county has changed it. Why would they change it? Could it benefit us? For the 2022 - 2023...

GCPS gets a new chairwoman

GCPS gets a new chairwoman

Lydia Lunceford, Opinions Staff Writer May 10, 2022

As of Thursday, January 20th, a new GCPS Chairwoman was elected. Her name is Tarece Johnson, or Dr. Tarece, and she represents all or portions of the Berkmar, Discovery, Duluth, Meadowcreek, and Norcross...

2021-2022 Yearbook

The stories behind our Senior’s last words

Jade Lewis-Tinsley, Editor in Chief May 10, 2022

The seniors of class 2022 has already submitted their senior quotes to the yearbook. In schools across the globe, senior quotes are seen as students' last farewell to their school. Here are some of Lanier’s...

Seniors taking a picture together.

Where are our Seniors headed?

Vivian Bridgman, LHS News Staff Writer May 9, 2022

Seniors of 2022 are leaving this school to make room for the new seniors of 2023, and I have reached out to see a few of their plans. If you want a more comprehensive look, check out the Instagram page,...

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Picture perfect locations for your senior pictures

Jose Quintanilla, Photographer May 9, 2022

Summer is approaching us, and with that, so are senior pictures. Traditionally, high school students who are planning to graduate in the coming year, will take pictures either over the summer or throughout...

Students getting ready for The One Act Play that Goes Wrong

The one act play that goes wrong!

Vivian Bridgman, LHS News Staff Writer May 3, 2022

The Advanced Theater class put on the show, “The One Act Play That Goes Wrong” on April 13th and 14th. The play was based around a group of actors who try to put on a play, but everything that can...

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Senior picture location ideas

Devyn Lao, Photography Editor May 3, 2022

Summer is approaching us, and with that, so are senior pictures. Traditionally, high school students who are planning to graduate in the coming year, will take pictures either over the summer or throughout...

Lanier High School students at the Shuler awards

Lanier participates in Shuler awards

Jade Lewis-Tinsley, Editor in Chief May 3, 2022

The Arts Bridge Foundation started the Shuler awards, named after screen star Shuler Hensley, to recognize Georgia high school musical theater students. Lanier has participated in this event for the last...

Thank you, teachers!

Thank you, teachers!

Jackie McNair, Editor in Chief May 3, 2022

Teachers are the backbone of society; their primary responsibility is to educate the world’s youth, but I mean… no pressure, right? Many teachers are left underappreciated, despite the fact that they...