LHS students win International First Place
Posted Wednesday, September 6, 2017
Capturing international recognition!
The Quill & Scroll Honorary Society for High School Journalists awarded the 2016-17 staff of the Loveland High School (LHS) student newspaper The Roar International First Place.
“We are so proud of these Tiger-journalists,” said LHS Principal Peggy Johnson. “This award is a testament to the team’s talent and dedication, and I expect continued excellence from this year’s staff.”
“The International First Place rating is an advancement over the second place received for the 2015-16 school year,” said LHS English Teacher and Roar Sponsor Rhonda Overbeeke. “This is a wonderful accomplishment, and a moment for our students to celebrate a job well done.”
In addition to the International First Place, LHS students also earned a superior rating for overall coverage, writing, and editing, and an exceptional rating for graphics, photos and layout.
Photo caption: 2016-17 Award-Winning Staff of Loveland High School’s Roar, (Front Row L to R:) Co-editor Anna Azallion, Alyssa James, Reese Tittle, Hannah Bingham, Patrick Seroogy, Niki Fiorenza, (Second Row L to R:) Claire Beran, Stone Taul, Sam Smith, Jon Parker, (Back Row L to R:) Karlin Holley, Sam Sauer, Cole Behrens, Co-editor Nick Henthorn, Christian Harris, Mackenzie Talbott