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Starkey Visits WWII Internment Camp

 interment camp
Tyra Starkey, Loranger High's American History teacher, stumbles upon a unique piece of history as she was traveling to Arkansas this past week.  Ms. Starkey visited the site of a Japanese American Relocation Center in Rowher, AR and the museum, in McGehee, that tells of the many experiences of the time.  Another relocation site is only 35 miles from Rowher, in Jasper, Arkansas.  Ms. Starkey plans to visit Jasper on her next trip.  Follow the link below for more information.
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Lady Wolves Volleyball Team Serves Their Community 
volleyball special olymp  
Members of the 2016 Lady Wolves Volleyball Team spent time volunteering in various ways at the recent 2016 Summer Special Olympic Games in Hammond. Pictured below L to R are Liz Garcia, Rebecca Mercante, Samantha Serpas, Sierra Cusick, Coach Tyra Starkey, Taylor Sharp, and Brianna Hunter showing their Wolf Pride!  
Service & Leadership
Members of the LHS Football Team assist with carpool at Loranger Elementary to help fellow pack members start their day of with pride!
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Pack Members Receive All-State Awards
 All state music
Congratulations to Josh Hebert for making All State Band (4th alto sax in the state) and William Dopp for making All-State Choir (for the second time).  A tremendous accomplishment for each of them! 

way to go
 Congratulations to the students, teachers, staff, and parents of
 Loranger High School
 for earning a 2014-2015 School Letter Grade of 
Today is Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Kerr Wins State Title
kerr golf championship  
Kristofer Kerr represented Loranger High school very well as he claimed the 2016 District Champ title with 2 under, 34 on a 9-hole round that ended early due to inclement weather conditions; Regional Champ title with a par round, 72; and finally was named Co-State Champ with an 8 under par two day round, 136 that ended due to sunset on a 6 hole playoff round. 

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Sharp Wins 1st in Shooting Competition
  Layne Sharp placed 1st in the state of Louisiana in Senior Compound Modified FITA at the 4-H State Shooting Sports competition held on Saturday, April 23rd, at the Lamar Dixon Expo Center.

 Art Class Participates in VANS Contest
vans contest  
 Mr. Kenning's Art II and III students unpack shoes that they will design for the VANS Custom Culture Contests. The grand prize for the contest is 50K and a trip to New York for the whole class!  Pictured L to R:  Maddie Naquin, Keaton Coleman, Cassidy Imbornone, Bren Tuminello, Emily Handy, Sierra Arbaugh, and Olivia Allen.

Forever a Member of the Wolf Pack
The LHS Lady Wolves Basketball team recognized Mrs. Joyce Chambers, former coach and lifetime supporter of all LHS athletes, on February 18, 2016 during the 1st round of playoffs.  Thank you Ms. Joyce for your support and dedication to Loranger High!