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Music and Film class fine-tunes analytical skills

Students in LRHS’s first Music and Film class have become more observant not just in their abilities to describe music or scores, but also in themes present throughout cinema. The class, taught by math teacher Thomas Pulliam, is serving as a...

 

Reflecting on time management strategies

Ninety-five percent of people have a tendency to procrastinate at times, while 20 percent of people are chronic procrastinators, a study from the University of Calgary reports. The ability to make efficient use of time is critical to not only...

 

STEM challenge builds skills in engineering, teamwork

Seven students in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Club represented LRHS in the annual Bi-County STEM Challenge (BCSC) on Monday. The team, which included Cole Cameron, Grace St. John, Trinity Bonita, Spencer Gering, Cinthia Guiz... Full story

 

Assembly to honor veterans, residents encouraged to attend

To honor our nation’s veterans, Lind-Ritzville High School’s annual Veterans Day assembly will be held Tuesday, Nov. 7, at 1:30 p.m. at Gilson Gymnasium. All community members are encouraged to attend. The assembly will feature a re-dedication...

 

FBLA members build leadership skills

Effective leadership skills are an important asset to success in any career, especially in the field of business. To augment their leadership abilities and improve their aptitude for careers in business, LRHS’s Future Business Leaders of America...

 

Kindness Tree helps LRHS “focus on the good”

“We become what we think about,” said late radio speaker and author Earl Nightingdale. In line with LRHS’s 2017 mission statement, why not think about the good? This is the thought process that the LRHS Family, Career and Community Leaders of... Full story

 

Field trip ignites interest in forest management, firefighting

In the hopes of increasing awareness in the field of fire ecology and sparking interest in firefighting, both literally and figuratively, several LRHS students traveled to Central Washington last week. The field trip included a tour of the Columbia B...

 

STEM Club members plan enrichment opportunities

Since the inaugural year in 2014, the LRHS Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Club has experienced a 300 percent increase in membership. Beginning with five students and the goal of imp... Full story

 

Nationally renowned speaker inspires students

For the 2017-2018 school year, the Associated Student Body (ASB) mission statement for Lind-Ritzville High School (LRHS) is to embrace the concept of “why not.” To help drive home the mission statement and inspire students, LRHS experienced a... Full story

 

Open house, Orientation Night improves communication

Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw said, “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” To avoid this illusion, Ritzville Grade School and Lind-Ritzville High School held an open house and Freshmen...

 

Family values in the community

Fundraiser to benefit local family When a family member is in need, it’s second nature to respond with love and support. One of the benefits of a small school and community is that everyone feels a familial responsibility to take care of one...

 

The Space Race at school: students pursue challenges

“We chose to go to the moon in this decade and do other things not because they are easy, but because they are hard,” emphasized President John F. Kennedy in his famous 1962 moon speech. Aside political motivations of the Cold War, JFK believed...

 

Link Crew program builds relationships between students, develops leaders at Lind-Ritzville High School

Many a sage has acknowledged that there are three types of people in the world: those who watch things happen, those who make things happen, and those who wonder, “What just happened?” In efforts to develop the culture of LRHS into one of people...

 

Overcoming fear of failure

ASB mission for 2017-2018 school year Doubt is the best armor against the unimaginative. An unimaginative person might be known to say, “That dream is unrealistic. That idea will never be possible.” “Failure is certain,” that same unimaginati... Full story

 

Witnessing scientific history during the Great American Eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21

Outside of astronomy, an eclipse is defined as a loss of significance in relation to another thing. Ironically, the Great American Eclipse that will occur on Monday, Aug. 21, will find great significance in scientific history. A total solar eclipse... Full story

 

Interdisciplinary research leads to future innovations

In 1991, Japanese physicist Sumio Iijima published a paper on carbon nanotubes that revealed their potential to revolutionize society. Since then, research and subsequent discoveries have continued to uncover new applications for carbon nanotubes....

 

Ritzville Public Library to return downtown

After a temporary residence at the Lind-Ritzville High School library, the Ritzville Public Library is preparing to return to its downtown location. The Ritzville Public Library will open to the public in the Carnegie building on Monday, Aug. 7....

 

Finding funding for Mars mission

“Our nation will return to the Moon, and we will put American boots on the face of Mars,” said Vice President of the United States Mike Pence, following his appointment at the head of the newly reformed National Space Council. However, the...

 

Research finds a new target in Parkinson’s treatment

The first step towards solving a problem is determining what causes the problem. Though it seems intuitive, it’s a fact whose value cannot be underestimated in the scientific community. Pure research, the kind that seeks to answer questions about t...

 

Washington Aerospace Scholars Summer Residency; pursuing a passion for learning

It was the famous Brazilian soccer player, Edson Arantes do Nascimento, better known as Pelé, who coined my favorite quote: “Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice, and most of all, love of what you...

 

Reflecting on the impact of foreign exchange students

For the six foreign exchange students that attended LRHS, their trip to America has come to a close. However, the impact that their time here made on themselves and those around them remain. After returning to Spain, Miguel Saez explained, “I’m... Full story

 

HOBY Leadership Seminar inspires LRHS students

“Attitude reflects leadership, Captain,” said Julius Campbell to his teammate Gerry Bertier in the well-known film, Remember the Titans. In efforts to improve their leadership and the attitudes of those around them, three LRHS rising juniors...

 

School Boards to include student representation

In the interest of including different perspectives in important decisions, the Lind and Ritzville School Boards were recently joined by two student representatives, Crystal Silva from Lind School District and Emma Aldrich from Ritzville School...

 

STEM club returns to Mount St. Helens

Over Memorial Day weekend, the LRHS Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) club took a trip across the state to explore Mount St. Helens and make connections between classroom concepts and...

 

Supply drive, walk to raise support for military dogs

Everyone has someone that they look up to as a source of strength in moments of weakness and integrity in times of adversity. Often, society calls them heroes. Of the images that come to mind upon mentioning “heroes”, likely very few imagine...

 

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