The rise and fall of caterpillars in the courtyard

The rise and fall of caterpillars in the courtyard

Hannah Ortega, Lead Reporter

April 24, 2015

Some new residents made a temporary home in the courtyard trees, and it was not birds or squirrels as one might suspect. Actually, it was quite the opposite of adorable, furry, woodland creatures. Several... READ MORE »

News

Students use own time for mock exams

Students use own time for mock exams

Izzy Valenzuela, Staff Reporter

Although exams are traditionally taken during school hours, a few classes such as AP U.S. History and AP Chemistry are using time after school and on the weekends to take mock AP exams. For APUSH students that meant coming to school last Saturday morning, or Wednesday after school. “Mock exams are an ‘extra’ that some Lovejoy teachers offer...  Read More »

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Recent News Stories

Junior Andrew Hopkinson asked junior Riley Gournay to prom in relation to her record breaking times this track season.

Promposals could earn a free ticket to prom

April 27, 2015

Prom can be a pricey event, with all of the dresses, flowers, transportation, dinners, and the tickets. With tickets prices currently at $80 for one, the school’s prom committee is holding a contest...  Read More »

Local creeks and rivers are close to cresting in some areas resulting in flash flood warnings throughout the region.

Severe weather hits North Texas

April 24, 2015

Flash flood warning notifications are popping up cell phones all across campus as meteorologists predict “severe weather” will continue until at least 3 p.m. With as much as two inches of rain today...  Read More »

Just weeks ago, the courtyard was filled with caterpillars and life as they occupied the trees. Now, after spraying pesticide, all the caterpillars are dead.

The rise and fall of caterpillars in the courtyard

April 24, 2015

Some new residents made a temporary home in the courtyard trees, and it was not birds or squirrels as one might suspect. Actually, it was quite the opposite of adorable, furry, woodland creatures. Several...  Read More »

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Recent Sports Scores

  • Wednesday, April 22

    Baseball

    Lovejoy High School 10 - Wylie East 4

  • Wednesday, April 22

    Softball

    Lovejoy High School 5 - Wylie 1

  • Friday, April 17

    Softball

    Lovejoy High School 8 - Prosper 5

  • Wednesday, April 15

    Softball

    Lovejoy High School 11 - Wylie East 4

  • Wednesday, April 15

    Baseball

    Lovejoy High School 10 - Sherman 7

  • Friday, April 10

    Baseball

    Lovejoy High School 1 - Denison 4

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  • There will be a Jazz Ensemble Concert tonight in the Auditorium at 7 PM.
  • Due to the weather, Tuesday's baseball games against Wylie have been canceled. Games are tentatively rescheduled for Wednesday.

Student Life

French students to experience Renaissance Festival

French students to experience Renaissance Festival

Katie Felton, Staff Reporter

The Scarborough Renaissance Festival will play host to the school’s French Club on...  Read More »

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Academic UIL regional results

Academic UIL regional results

Jillian Sanders, Editor-in-chief

The UIL debate and academic teams traveled to Nacogdoches, TX on Thursday and Friday for the regional meet. Results are as follows. Current...  Read More »

April 27, 2015 • 0 comments

Recent Student Life Stories

Sitting in massage chairs, juniors Matthew Norwood and Kerry Joiner relax before the National History Bee competition begins in Washington, D.C.

Norwood and Joiner in D.C. for National History Bee

April 24, 2015

In the first of competing as a team, juniors Matthew Norwood and Kerry...  Read More »

Hannah Weeks' dance team took second in the NDA World Championships in Tampa, Florida.

Dancing for years, Weeks eyes future career

April 23, 2015

As students progress through high school, they hear more and more from...  Read More »

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Freshman recognized for skill in poetry

Freshman recognized for skill in poetry

Caroline Smith, Managing Editor

While many students think of writing as a dreaded school assignment, freshman Sophie Starnes has written several poems for pleasure and submitted them...  Read More »

April 28, 2015 • 0 comments

The darkness of BaconFest

The darkness of BaconFest

Brian Higgins, Adviser

There are some days you never forget; the last time your favorite team won a championship, the time you found $20 in the parking lot, when your friend...  Read More »

April 27, 2015 • 0 comments

Keepin’ it country

Keepin’ it country

Darby Blaylock, Staff Reporter

I drive a truck, wear my boots and love the outdoors. I like my peace and quiet, open roads, big oak trees and wild grass. Not pavement, shopping centers,...  Read More »

April 24, 2015 • 0 comments

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Multimedia

Life in 60: School Resource Officer Mark Mitchell

Life in 60: School Resource Officer Mark Mitchell

Morgan Riddle, Multimedia Reporter

This week's Life in 60 takes a look at a day in the life of School Resource Officer Mark Mitchell.

April 28, 2015 • 0 comments

Claymation – Darkness

Claymation – Darkness

Animation students Hunter Finner, Michael Lofton and PJ Witkowski present their claymation video.

April 27, 2015 • 0 comments

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The LOJO Code

April 24, 2015

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