Student journalists capture award-winning headline in International competition
Loveland High School (LHS) is pleased to announce its student-produced newspaper The Roar has received International Second Place from Quill & Scroll Honorary Society for High School Journalists. In addition to the International award, The Roar also received an “exceptional” rating for coverage and a “distinguished” rating for writing and editing.
“We are tremendously proud of the journalism program offered by Loveland High School, and we congratulate the hardworking team that led our student paper to International success and recognition,” said LHS Principal Peggy Johnson.
"I am very proud of the students for their hard work and dedication to the staff,” said Rhonda Overbeeke, LHS journalism teacher.
Overbeeke noted that 2015 LHS graduates Willie Lutz and Halle Russo served as the editors for the award-winning newspaper.
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Photo caption (L to R): Front Row: Bronson Lakes, Kevin Sieg, Drew Paschal, Riley Boucher, Jared Frees, Colton Lakes; Middle Row: Claire Ruben, Emily Dougherty, Andrea Gomez, Kevin O’hara, Halle Russo, Paige Smith, Willie Lutz, Ryan Mangan; Back Row: Catie Shipp, Hannah Fischer, Terra Brulport, Kaylee Harter, Megan Phelan, Rachel Froberg, Jazmyn Browning