Mr. Matt Lamsargis taught at LHS for 12 years before moving to Monticello High School in Monticello, Illinois for a year. Continue reading “New Staff – Mr. Matt Lamsargis”
Mr. Akers taught here at LHS from 2004 to 2006 after experiencing his mother teach here when he was young. He is elated to give students the knowledge, skills, and tools they need to be successful in the real world, also to contribute to the vision of LHS. Continue reading “New Staff – Mr. Akers”
Mr. Goff taught here at LHS in 1993 until the 2008-09 school year before moving to Springfield High School. Continue reading “New Staff – Mr. Goff”
This year at Lanphier High School has been very strange. With all the new staff members, things can get confusing, especially trying to learn all of these new faces. One person that students should meet is cafeteria manager, Mr. Bob Hawley. Unlike many cafeteria managers, Mr. Hawley was once a teacher who helped teach sign language to those who are deaf, which he did for two years. Mr. Hawley has also worked as an assistant for educating autistic adults and children who were in need of some extra help. Continue reading “New Staff – Mr. Bob Hawley”
It is just the first year of teaching for Mr. Justin Hagerman. Continue reading “New Staff – Mr. Justin Hagerman”
Ms. Denise Cooper is not so new to the building as she is on her third year of teaching at LHS, but this is her first year of teaching REI (The Regular Education Initiative). Continue reading “New Position – Ms. Denise Cooper”
Lanphier High School is more than ready to pump up their school spirit by participating in the 2018 homecoming pep assembly. The pre-homecoming assembly will take place Friday, September 14, at approximately 2:17 p.m and will be located in the main gym. All of the school teams are ready to excite you for the 2018 homecoming formal. From the football team to the dance team, to cheerleading and finally the band accompanied by the color guard, with their new color guard uniforms, everyone has been preparing something special just for you. Just wait until you see what they have in store for you. Continue reading “UPDATED: Are You Ready To Pep Up Your Step?!”
The Lanphier High School Band has a new director and his name is Mr. Emerson James. He has worked as a music educator for the last six years and really wants to “help build musicians.” This year is Mr. James’ first LHS homecoming event he is directing. He is going with a melody from Duke Ellington called Taking The A Train and many other numbers to set the mood for Lanphiers’ pep assembly. LHS Band will also be playing at the homecoming game and homecoming parade.
Homecoming is a fun and exciting event to dance the night away with friends. But when the event ends, does it mean that the fun of the night ends too? Absolutely not, there are plenty of ways to continue to spark the night of homecoming.
There are always plenty of after parties to attend to keep the night young while continuing to dance with your friends.
“It is going to be lit, ” said Joe Whitehorn (12). Joe is throwing an after party for homecoming.
Formal attire dressing is not for everyone and some people tend to move around or even dance better while in regular clothing. The good thing is there is no dress code when attending the after party.
Perhaps you have been working up an appetite while dancing all night. Going out to eat with your friends is another way to continue the fun after Homecoming.
“Buffalo wild wings are the place to eat at after homecoming. Everyone is going there, I go there all the time,” said Kaliyah Kenney (12)
“I am always tired after any school event, games, dances, etc. Even after school itself, I’m tired and go straight home to take a nap,” said Grace Pasbrig (12).
When spending the whole night on your feet has worn you out and you are ready to get home so you can get out of your clothes and get ready for bed, consider a movie snuggling with friends as the best way to end the night.