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MCAS starts next week

Briana Deferreira, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018

As the month of March comes to an end students at LHS find that MCAS is right around the corner. This means that classes will be shortened and the upperclassmen will be able to come in late. The schedule for the week is as fol...

LHS students to join national protests

Lara Cadete, Staff Writer

March 19, 2018

Some students of LHS will attend a nationwide protest on Saturday, March 24, which will be held in Boston and Northampton to protest gun control. Brian Bylicki, a history teacher at LHS, has organized the field field trips. The ...

Extensive vandalism leads to locked bathrooms

Brianna Deferreira, Staff Writer

March 7, 2018

Due to extensive vandalism committed by students, all of the bathrooms at LHS have been locked except for the one in the D wing across from Mr. Michael Halpin’s office. Janitors have found “toilet paper stuffed in urinals,” accor...

Fundraiser aids Nacsin family

Lauren Teixeira, Editorial Editor

March 1, 2018

In February, the winter sports captains have banded together to run the Links for Lincoln fundraiser to help raise money for the Nacsin family. Ludlow High School’s newest gym teacher, Amanda Nacsin, along with her husband, ...

New elementary school to be built in Ludlow

Sophia Furlani, Staff Writer

February 28, 2018

Recently residents of Ludlow voted to allow the town to appropriate, borrow, or transfer funds to cover Ludlow's portion of an estimated $60 million project to build a new Chapin Street Elementary School. This was decided at a town meeting on January 22. The ...

Cap and gowns on sale

Lauren Dutton, Sports Editor

February 16, 2018

If seniors do not purchase their cap and gowns by Feb. 16, the price will go from $35 to $40. After March 9, the price goes to $45. For the second year, Ludlow High School seniors will wear “gender neutral” gowns that i...

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