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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,...

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...

How to spend your spring break stay-cation

Devyn Lao, Photography Editor March 31, 2022

Spring break is right around the corner, and that could mean a beach trip with friends, a ski trip up north, or for most, a relaxing week at home. For some, staying at home sounds like the worst way to...

The Student Council Instagram Page.

Your new class president is… (StuCo election results are in!)

Cigi Stroud, Sports Editor March 31, 2022

Student Council is a group of elected or volunteer students working together to represent the student body of an educational institution. The council here at Lanier has a great degree of responsibility,...

Lanier Mock Trial

LHS Lawghorns Update

Alexis Diggs, G&B News Staff Writer March 31, 2022

Have you ever stuck up for someone who couldn't stick up for themselves? Do you ever feel relieved or happy when you finally get your point across? Or whenever you watch Law and Order, do you ever think...

Welcome our new head football coach: Coach Maloof

Cigi Stroud, Sports Editor March 25, 2022

Lanier’s football program has undergone major changes over the last few months as they prepare for the upcoming 2022-23 season including a rotation of coaches on the offensive line and a new head coach. For...

St. Patrick’s Day origins

Logan Kersey, 2nd LHS News Editor March 17, 2022

Celebrated on March 17th, St. Patrick’s Day brings color and cheer to the new year. After the cold of winter is over, festivals across the country are held to bring joy and excitement to spring. It is...

LHS students partner with Macy’s!

Sinit Micael, LHS News Staff Writer March 16, 2022

Macy's Embrace Program teaches students how to work effectively in industries such as business, entrepreneurship, technology, and marketing, as well as college and career readiness. Lanier has been given...

Lanier’s Lego Robot Team

Skyler Gaines, LHS News Staff Writer March 11, 2022

The week of February 2nd, Mr. Reilly and the Lanier Lego robotics team went to elementary schools to teach younger kids about coding and to inspire them to want to code when they grow older. “FIRST®...

Game Day at State 2022

Game Day cheer makes school history!

Ava Bowman, Sports Staff Writer March 8, 2022

Lanier’s newest sport is also one of our most successful: Game Day Cheerleading! According to Coach Burrell, “Game day cheer showcases what traditional cheerleading is all about: leading the crowd!” In...

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