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The Student News Site of Legacy High School

Lightning Letter

The Student News Site of Legacy High School

Lightning Letter

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Lindsay Uba, President • March 20, 2024
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Lindsay Uba, President • March 20, 2024
Newspaper Book Drive: Support Our Special Education Library!
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Lindsay Uba, President • February 5, 2024
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Lindsay Uba, President • December 10, 2023

Newspaper Book Drive: Support Our Special Education Library!

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Legacy―do you have children’s books you don’t read anymore?

Ms. Stephens and the Lightning Letter want new or gently used pre-reader to 4th-grade books to develop Legacy’s Special Education library.  Give your books to your 1st period for points, and the class with the most points will win donuts! Don’t have a first period? Drop off your books at the library.

Hardcovers, superheroes, Babysitter’s Club, and Calvin & Hobbes win 15 points. Animals, automobiles/equipment books, and graphic novels win 10 points. Other miscellaneous books earn 5 points.

If you have any questions, talk to Ms. Stephens or email us at [email protected].


UPDATE 2/12: The drive is now closed.

Congratulations to Mr. Kroupa’s first-period class for winning with 1730 points! Mrs. Flack won second place with 540 points, and Ms. Dodd won third place with 205 points.

Hardcover books will be in Legacy’s library, while other suitable books will go to Legacy’s Special Education Department and Kids Need To Read, a nonprofit that promotes literacy for disadvantaged children across America.

Thank you to all who participated!

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Lindsay Uba, President
Lindsay Uba is the president of the Lightning Letter, covering local and Legacy events with a special interest in science and health. While obsessing over psychology, epidemiology, and neuroscience, she reported for her middle school newspaper and continues writing for Legacy 2000. In her free time, she fills her sketchbook with doodles and hikes an occasional trail. Please contact her if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.
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