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L-S thespians help open Lancaster Chamber's 146th Annual Dinner

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During a night filled with business leaders, their guests and clients, (and Philadelphia Eagles' Quarterback, Carson Wentz!), a few Lampeter-Strasburg students took to the stage to open the Lancaster Chamber's 146th Annual Dinner. 
Straight out of the award winning movie "The Greatest Showman", Third Graders Piper Davidson, Cooper Frizado, and Zack Frizado, Seventh Grader Tanner Emerling, and Seniors Nolan Davidson and Brendan Massar dressed in "steampunk circus" dazzled the crowd with singing and dancing to open and close the event. 
Having only two days to pull together a crowd-pleasing opening, they worked with other students active in local theater to entertain over 2600 guests! It truly was a night to remember!


Garden Spot FFA Spring Regional CDE Contests

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Career Development Events (CDE’s ) are contests that FFA members participate in to learn skills and knowledge for a specific career. Members have to opportunity to compete at the county, regional, state, and national level for their contest.

Many members of the Garden Spot FFA have been practicing for different CDE’s in teams and individually. Some contests require teams and individuals to qualify for the regional and state competitions, while others only compete at state competitions with chances of moving on to the nation competitions. Members are required to attend weekly practices outside of school to prepare for their competition to the best of their ability.

The Small Gas Engines Team competed at the Lancaster County Contest to qualify for the State Competition. Bryce Johnson placed 5th and Gwenn Spotts placed 6th. Skylar Reese competed as an individual. Together they qualified for Penn State for the individual and team events. The contest consisted of a engine manual reading …

Garden Spots FFA participates in New Holland Ag Security Week

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Eight members of the Garden Spot FFA chapter had the special privilege of joining New Holland Ag and CNH Industrial to celebrate Food Security Week. Members had the opportunity to tour the New Holland Hay Tool Facility, participate in a community service activity, and attended a meeting discussing food security.

Leah Welk, Jess Herr, Jared Risser, Roddie Rice, Jordan Martin, Gracie Hess, Bryce Johnson, and Danae Ranck joined the PA State FFA Officers for this special experience. We had the opportunity to meet different managers and business professionals that explained the history of CNH, different parts of their company, and future goals. New Holland was founded in 1895 and has grown significantly since. They have partnered with several other companies and have dealerships all over the world.

Our tour guides were retired employees that spent over 35 years at CNH Industrial. They thoroughly explained the New Holland Hay Tool Facility as we walked through. They shared how CNH Industri…

Who will be crowned 2018 prom queen and king?

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This year’s prom court consists of seven girls and seven boys. The candidates were nominated by teachers and staff for their participation in class, extracurricular activities, and positive interactions with peers and staff, and commitment to excellence.

Candidates for Prom Queen Emily Bishop, Shannon Ferrari, Hanna Garber, Sarah Gawne, Olivia Honert, Jenna Lapp, and Rachel Marcroft.


Candidates for Prom King Ethan Bare, Isaac Beers, Peyton Denlinger, Dylan Grau, Steven Greenwood, Cam Neimeyer, and Luke Weigel.

Voting will take place at the prom by the L-S students in attendance. Prom is this Saturday, May 19 at the Country Barn. Prom King and Queen will be crowned that evening.
Meet the Candidates

Ethan Bare

Ethan busied himself with chorus, mads, county chorus, thespian society, Tri-M, plays, musicals, guitar, soccer, ski and outdoor club, Interact, Heroes, WLSH, and work study with the one and only Mr. Wieand. This fall Ethan plans to participate in a gap year at Costa Rica with Score …

2018 edition of the L-S creative arts publication Enigma now available for download

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The 2018 edition of Enigma, Lampeter-Strasburg High School's creative arts publication, is now available for download. Furthermore for the first time ever this year's edition can be downloaded in Apple's iTunes Books store for free.




Contributors for this year's publication include:Hayden Goldberg, Giovanni Azzarelli, Keira Duryee, Madison Stabinger, Josiah Inman, Shannon Ferrari, Anastasia Curran, Melissa Long, Hayden Goldberg, Shannon Ferrari, Ansley Yost, Malaina Bauzon, Josie Lau, Maximo Franco, Rachel Fish, Carissa Myers, Ellie Knowles, Emma Gochnauer, Kira Thomas, Sami Williams, Olivia Honert, Ellie Crumpler, Hannah Dawson, Ellie Knowles, Katrina Herrera, Maximo Franco, Stephen Shepherd, Madi Stabinger, Ivy McComsey, Katrina Kreider, Nathaniel Young, LeAnn Dienner, and Aliza Howe.

Click this link to download a PDF copy of the 2018 Enigma.
View more Enigma submissions.

Enigma is the art and literary magazine. Staff membership is open to any interested high school stu…

L-S Softball Comes Out on Top

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The Lampeter-Strasburg Softball team had many accomplishments this season in section three. The varsity team ended with the section title, beating their rivals, Donegal, two days in a row. 
The Lady Pioneers only posted three losses all season. They lost their first two games, first against Dallastown and second against Donegal, and later in the season against Penn Manor. 
Going into what turned out to be the last game of the season, they were behind Donegal by one game. A win meant a tie-breaker for the section title, a loss meant second place and a final game against Warwick.
The softball team played fantastically that Tuesday afternoon. They ended up defeating the team 9-3. The game featured a tremendous over-the-fence home run. The home run was a good thirty feet over the fence before it finally hit the ground. With the win, the team had forced another game the next day.
The final game started off with a 3-0 L-S lead after the first inning. That got extended to 5-0. Donegal was b…

Logan Davidson takes fourth at USA Wrestling Northeast Regional Tournament as sole L-S representative

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Late last month, Logan Davidson was the lone Lampeter-Strasburg wrestler competing at the Mid-Atlantic Wrestling Association’s Eastern Nationals Tournament at the Wicomico Civic Center in Salisbury, Maryland.
MAWA’s as they are called are a scholastic wrestling tournament series under the AAU organization that starts after the scholastic season finishes with District Qualifiers all over the East Coast of the U.S. If you place in the top 3 at the District Qualifier, you advance to one of 4 regional tournaments (North, South, East, and West). 
The top four finishers from the Regional Tournaments meet in a 16 person bracket at the Eastern Nationals Tournament in early May.

Logan placed fourth as the Western Regional Tournament which was held in the Utz Arena in York, PA on March 30. This Saturday and Sunday, after losing his first match 3-0 to another Regional Champion, Logan pinned two wrestlers which put him into the second days competition and in the top 8 which is placing. 

On Sunda…