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Lightning Letter

The Student News Site of Legacy High School

Lightning Letter

The Student News Site of Legacy High School

Lightning Letter

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Hygiene Drive
Thaeryn Fuller, President • October 25, 2021

FCCLA and A Precious Child are doing a hygiene drive the first two weeks of November! Let's get the season of giving a strong start. All products need to be brand new.

Here is the contract you can expect to find in the main office or library.
We're Trying to Become a Class, Help us Out!
March 1, 2020

            Hey Legacy!   The Lightning Letter is proud to announce that we're trying to become a class next year. We're so excited about this big change and the new possibilities it will open...

What I Wish I Knew Before High School
What I Wish I Knew Before High School
Kandice Chandra, Contributor • September 26, 2019

Fresh off three years in middle school, most incoming freshmen probably feel ready for the change of pace that is high school. Well, be wary, it all flies by faster than you can even imagine. With that being said, here are 5 things I wish I knew before...

-Photo via Max Preps-Head Coach, Connor Clay strategizing the game plan for what he thinks will best help the team win
Season preview for the 2019-2020 Basketball Season
Nathan Lombardo, Staff member • December 4, 2019

  After missing the playoffs last season, the Legacy High School boys basketball team looks to compete for a state title this season....

The team laughs on as they watch each other practice their swag walk, an exercise meant to work on their ability to intimidate the other team when they walk up to the plate. Mrs. Gaffin, the head varsity coach, says that, Sometimes, when other teams see that you don’t have confidence, they tend to pounce stronger. It builds their confidence. So when we walk up with a little bit of swag, it’s like, ‘I’m not afraid of you, bring me your best pitch. The point of having swag up  is to cause a little bit of concern for that pitcher.”
Batting for State
Isabella Hammond and Anna Hartwick October 8, 2019

As the last bell rang on Thursday, 13 girls, ranging from freshmen to seniors, head to the locker room instead of their car or bus. After a quick...

Jack Bonneau giving a speech for the youth of today saying that they should look at other kids as their own role models at the 2018 Spring TEDxBoulder event. “There are so many kids that we can look up to. To see ourselves in their shoes. Their journey to inspire us to embark on our own journey, our own path. We can see ourselves in them because they are just like us.” Image and quote courtesy of TEDxBoulder
Young Entrepreneur Takes Life by the Reins:
Isabella Hammond January 28, 2020

When talking about America’s best and brightest entrepreneurs, what often comes to mind are people like Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Jeff...

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Image courtesy of Reason.com
Death Penalty Continues to Take Innocent Lives
Isabella Hammond November 21, 2019

Just this last Wednesday, November 13, 2019, Ray Jefferson Cromartie closed his eyes for the last time. Supposedly, in 1994, he shot and killed...

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