The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

The online student news source of Lovejoy High School

The Red Ledger

Senior Molly Gornell is collecting products for Austin Street Homeless Center. So far, Gornell has collected $1,300.

Senior collects feminine products for homeless shelter

Lily Bouldin, Staff Writer November 30, 2020

Senior and AP art student Molly Gornell created a website, Help Women Help Women, to collect donations for those in need at Austin Street Homeless Center to purchase feminine products. Molly has already...

Gobble Grams are notes showing appreciation for district staff members, which are sent and collected leading up to Thanksgiving. This year, student council has switched the Gobble Grams to a Google Form.

Annual Gobble Grams continue virtually

Mathias Alling, Staff Writer November 20, 2020

Gobble Grams are notes showing appreciation for district staff members, which are sent and collected leading up to Thanksgiving. This year, student council has switched the Gobble Grams to a Google Form...

The Take 2 series features brief weekly updates on the state or nation's relevant news for the community.

Take 2: New president in Peru, CDC holiday guidelines

Carlee George , Staff Writer November 20, 2020

Peru Presidency: The interim president of Peru, Manuel Merino, resigned Sunday after being in office for only five days. He was appointed after the impeachment of Martin Vizcarra, a popular president....

Six seniors received the Academic All American award from the National Speech and Debate Association. These six are of the 12 total students from the school that have received the award historically.

Debate students earn national awards, breaking district record

Maddi Linsteadt , Section Editor November 18, 2020

Six seniors received the Academic All American award from the National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA). To be considered for this award, students Kaya Czyz, Jack Czyz, Ryan Wang, Andrew Mao, Tajvir...

Dr. Goddard has been awarded the top CEO in the large company category. LISD has also been awarded with No. 15 on the top 100 places to work list for the Dallas Morning News.

District ranked one of best places to work, superintendent wins award

Maddi Linsteadt , Section Editor November 16, 2020

Dallas Morning News placed the district at 15 in their Top 100 Places to Work contest this year. In addition to winning this title, superintendent Dr. Michael Goddard was named as a top leader alongside...

Senior Jenna Kilpatrick works as the athletic trainer at the volleyball game.

Athletic trainers selected for scholarships

Mathias Alling, Staff Writer November 16, 2020

Sophomore Dawton Bruner and senior Jenna Kilpatrick received the  Team Behind the Team scholarships from the Children’s Health Andrews Institute. “Children’s Health with Dave Campbells’s High...

The Take 2 series features brief weekly updates on the state or nation's relevant news for the community.

Take 2: Tropical storm, Philadelphia nurses strike

Maddi Linsteadt , Section Editor November 13, 2020

Tropical storm Eta: Eta remained a tropical storm as it made landfall in Florida on Thursday. The storm began developing in the gulf region on Sunday, picking up enough force for a hurricane watch to be...

The eight seniors sign together for their intent to play at a collegiate level. Along with the six volleyball players, there was a golf and lacrosse player to sign.

Senior signing day with social distancing precautions

Angelina Mapes, Staff Writer November 13, 2020

On Nov. 11, senior volleyball, golf and lacrosse athletes signed to the schools they will be attending next year. To follow COVID-19 social distancing regulations, tables for each athlete were separated. Students...

The Cultural Awareness Association is hosting a book drive, partnering with Reading Partners and Lovejoy Literature Society. The books will be distributed across North Texas.

Cultural Awareness Association holds book drive

Audrey McCaffity, Staff Writer November 12, 2020

The Cultural Awareness Association (CAA) is hosting a book drive until Dec. 9. The goal of the book drive is to collect 500 books to help North Texas. “Because of the global climate, it is imperative...

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