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Student of The Year

Posted May 8, 2018


Congratulations to Emily Maranto for being selected as the Livingston Parish Student of the Year.  Emily has a 4.3 weighted GPA and is ranked 2nd in the Class of 2018.  She will graduate as an AP Scholar with Distinction.  Emily has worked tirelessly in the Live Oak Key Club, Share Club, Ambassadors Club, Beta, and in the Talented Theater group.  She has directed, co-wrote and starred in our local performing arts production.  She was also a Keynote Speaker for the Louisiana Girls State delegation with the American Legion Auxillary.  Emily received the Greater Baton Rouge State Fair and Live Oak High Volunteer of the Year Award in 2017.  Congratulations Emily Maranto, and Good Luck in your bright future.  

Softball All-Star

Posted May 1, 2018


Written by LOHSWebmaster   

Congratulations to Lindsey Rizzo for being named to the LHSCA All-Star Softball team.  The team is comprised of the top senior athletes around the state.  Lindsey will play for the East team on May 10 in Pineville, LA at Louisiana College.  Geaux Eagles!

Softball Signing

Posted Apr 25, 2018


Written by LOHSWebmaster   

Congratulations to Abigail Prescott for signing NLI to play at Belhaven College for the Lady Blazers Softball in Jackson, MS.


Posted March 8, 2018


Written by Ashlyn Dunn


Lawson Nesom and Bailey Welch were in a welding competition last week. They placed first on the first day and sixth on the second. Lawson Nesom says, “We didn’t have the best day on the second round and came in six, but I enjoyed placing first". He is ready to experience more and progress his skills. Good job boys keep up the good work.



Posted March 8, 2018


Written by Dylan Rea


Baseball season is among us and the Eagles have started out strong. Senior pitcher, Jordy Adams responded,"The season has gone well, we had a few slips, but overall I’m satisfied with the results so far.” The Eagles’ record so far is 8-2 with many impressive blowout wins against Franklinton and Slidell where they dominated 11-0 and 15-5. Their only losses are to St. Paul and Destrehan. Adams believes they have a great shot this year to go all the way to state. The Eagles are led by their team captains, seniors Landon Roberts and Gabe Schenk. Hoping to continue their success, they have a game against St. Amant on Mar 6th. Go out and support our baseball team as they strive for greatness.

Boys Soccer Post Season

Posted March 6, 2018


Written by Devon Bickham


Coach Miller is very proud of the Eagles Soccer team for achieving new heights and making history. This year the Eagles beat Ben Franklin 3 to 1 at their home field in New Orleans on Friday, February 3 a very cold and rainy day. Ben Franklin is a former state champion and usually a Top 5 team in Division II. The Eagles take a big hit losing 10 seniors graduating, but there is a large group of juniors returning to lead the team next year. The juniors have the same goals with a focus on making school history. Beau Chene, the team that beat the Eagles in the 2nd round 1-4, made it to the championship where they lost 1-3 to Holy Cross.

Band Disney Festival

Posted March 6, 2018


Written by Damien Batchelor


The Band Disney Festival went very well. The band stayed at Disney World for a total of four days. The overall band evaluation was an Excellent rating. This rating is very high, and Live Oak is proud to have such an amazing band. As we scored a very high rating, our Solo Clarinet, Savannah Koonce, also received a special award. This was her second time winning the award, as she also received an award in 2017. This was a very important competition for the band, but they also got the chance to have a lot of fun! They went on a lot of rides including roller coasters. Travis Rogers says “It was a very fun experience and can't wait to attend next year”.



Upcoming Events:


  • Aug 1...Orientation

  • Aug 8...First day of school

  • Aug 9...Open House 6:00

  • Aug 11...Senior Portraits (Girls)

  • Aug 13...Picture retakes

  • Aug 14...Freshman social

  • Aug 16...Sr/Jr Meeting

  • Aug 17...The Drop 18 dance
    Aug 17...Deadline to purchase parking tag

  • Aug 18...Senior Portraits (Boys)

  • Aug 21...So/Fr Class meeting

  • Aug 24...Football Jamboree

  • Aug 28...Academic Jacket Meeting 1:30pm

  • Aug 31...Football vs Woodlawn

  • Aug 31...Exploring Horizons Fundraiser


Posted March 6, 2018


Written by Mckenzie Marciante


Powerlifting’s state competition is coming up in 2 weeks in Alexandria. There are six regions and to qualify, you have to win 1st to be guaranteed a spot at the competition. At the most recent meet, which was held at Woodlawn High, they were originally declared runner-up, but after recalculation of the scores they earned first place and tool home the team trophy. The team has been working very hard to get to where they are now, from working out every day to focusing on their weight class. After all their hard work, I know that the whole school will be supportive win or lose!

Soaring Eagles Banquet

Posted March 6, 2018


Written by Taylor Deville


The Soaring Eagles Banquet will be held on March 23rd to recognize those students who have accomplished impressive academic achievements. The requirements to be invited to the Soaring Eagles Banquet include either having a 4.0 GPA and enrolled in an AP class, receiving a 3 or higher on a previous AP exam, or scoring a 27 or higher on the ACT. Students that have been invited will be able to bring two guests and dress in their Sunday best. There will be student speakers and lunch for all to enjoy.


Posted March 6, 2018


Written by Brittani Schweinefus


 The end of senior year, the excitement you feel cannot be described. You have finally made it to your last year of high school and you are only months away from walking across the stage that will give you endless opportunities, but in those few months, there is a lot that must be done. Yes, school becomes very stressful very fast at the end, because you have to balance college applications, schoolwork, sports, extracurricular, volunteering, sleep, and a social life. No matter how stressful it is, you can breathe a huge sigh of relief once you have gone through all the obstacles like preparing for AP exams, finals, or paying for graduation supply. As a senior, I think it’s most important to reflect on your most memorable memories you have had throughout your high school career. Even though this is where senioritis hit the most try to enjoy being a senior. Also, the last few months of your senior year to most valuable so make it count and be patient.


Prostart Competition

Posted March 6, 2018


Written by Logan Vecellio


Last week from the 25th to the 27th five of Live Oaks best Prostart 2 cooks went to compete at the Louisiana State Competition. This is Live Oaks third time competing and its Mrs.B’s second time going to the event. For you to go to the event you must be in Prostart 2 and be picked by Mrs.B to be one of the Five that go and compete. During the competition students have no electricity to use other then lights, so that means everything they make is by hand. They are given 60 minutes to make a full course meal for the judges to eat and taste. They are scored based upon teamwork, cleaning, and quality of food. They placed 8th out of 22 and is the highest Live Oak has ever placed!

Louisiana Food Week

Posted March 6, 2018


Written by Courtney Rivett 


On the week of March 5 – March 9 it is Louisiana Food Week where the cafeteria serves a different type of Louisiana food every day.  On Monday they served Jambalaya, Tuesday was red beans and rice, Wednesday was shrimp poppers, Thursday was chicken and sausage gumbo, and on Friday it was fish sandwich.  They even have special prizes like echo, headphones, and gift cards that you could win this week. The way to win these prizes is finding a crawfish sticker somewhere on your lunch plate. If you find the sticker you must turn it in to Mrs. Bambi to be entered in the drawing.  Happy Eating Live Oak!

Sadie Hawkins Dance

Posted Feb 23, 2018


Written by Britanni Schweinefus    

Congratulations to Nate Bermes for winning Sadie Hawkins King!

National Champions

Posted Feb 14, 2018


Written by Damien Batchelor 

Congratulations to the 2018 Cheerleaders for winning the National Championship in DisneyWorld this past weekend.  The squad took home the trophy out of 45 teams in the Medium Division.  Congratulations Eagles!

Football Signing

Posted Feb 8, 2018


Written by Dylan Rea   

Congratulations to Jacobey Lee and Nathan Holliday for signing their NLI with Nicholls Football and Southeastern Football.

Mole Day

Posted Feb 2, 2018


Written by Mckenzie Marciante    

The purpose of Mole Day is to have a day of celebration in science that corresponds with an important calculation in chemistry. The Mole is equal to 6.022x10^23 so it is normally celebrated on October 23 from 6:02 AM to 6:02 PM, due to time constraints, we waited until January. Mrs. Fasbender and Mrs. Dahlberg did a great job of putting together a fun day of science.



Posted Jan 26,2018


Written by Courtney Rivett


Luis Almonte, captain of the wrestling team, explained during an interview a few things people might not realize about wrestling.  The hardest thing about wrestling is the practices because you have to keep everyone motivated to keep working and to keep pushing forward.  When the team faces a big rival team like Brother Martin, they will have extra practices so they can work on techniques that they might not be the greatest at, despite already having 12 and a half hours of practice a week not including the tournaments.   When working they must keep physically fit during practices so they preform drills.  

Boys Soccer


Posted Jan 25,2018


Written by Logan Vecellio


   The boys’ soccer team is coming into 2018 with a bang being 5 wins, 8 losses, 6 ties and the 15th seed making it into the playoffs. They play Woodlawn at home on Wednesday, Jan 24th for their big district game at 6:00pm. It should be a challenging game for the Eagles as Woodlawn is a tough team with 9 wins and 3 losses and the Eagles have a few players on the injured list at this time. Coach Miller says the goal this year is to have the first home playoffs game for the boys’ team.

Girls Soccer
Posted Jan 23, 2018
Written by Ashlyn Dunn

The Live Oak High School girls’ soccer team had another great season while coming off an impressive 2017 District Championship.  They have an upcoming game at Plaquemine which begins at 6:00pm.  The team has been ranked in the top 25 of the state and hope to continue their success as they rebuild for next year.  The club sponsor, Mrs Spears, say that the best part of the season was definitely the first half the season, and they hope to continue that success in 2019.

Boys Basketball
Posted Jan 23, 2018
Written by Dylan Rea

Coming off their first playoff appearance since 1996 the Eagles are looking to continue their success. They entered the season coming off big changes in the off-season. Coach John Capps took over the reigns of head coach while losing 4 starters from the previous season. However, coming into the season, Coach Capps is very optimistic on the young core of guys he has in the program.  The main focus for the team is to get experience and build chemistry playing as a unit.  The Eagles are doing pretty well right now, sitting at 14-9 on the year.  Coming off a blowout win against district opponent Central, the Eagles surged to end the first half and dominated the second half on a great shooting night.  The team believes that it was arguably their most complete game yet on both ends on the court. The game featured great performances by Bryan Bayonne and Lawrence Pierre who scored 23 and 21 points respectively. The Eagles have upcoming games against Denham Springs on January 24 and Zachary on January 26. Come out and support our Eagles!

Honors Breakfast
Posted Jan 23, 2018
Written by Taylor Deville

Maintaining a high GPA requires focus, determination, and countless hours of studying. On January 23th there was an Honors breakfast that recognized all student with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Students were able to wear jeans with their spirit shirt. The students that attended enjoyed a nice hot breakfast with a cold bottle of SunnyD. Of course, students enjoyed watching the annual SunnyD bottle stacking, where friends gathered as many bottles as they could and stacked them up as high as it could go.

New Years Resolutions


Posted Jan 30, 2018


Written by Brittani Schweinefus


New Year’s resolution starts on January 1st of the new year. It’s a nationwide tradition that almost everyone participates in. Usually some resolutions start with “go to the gym and get in shape.” We all know the ‘promise’ we make to ourselves doesn’t really work out. On New Year’s, we look back on past failures to change. We rationalize that it was “the old me” who failed to change, but this year will be different. A full 40 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, and fortunately for them, it’s easy for them to achieve it. Instead of making a resolution that you are not going to keep, I suggest start small and think of what you can do differently each day and go from there.

Christmas Break


Posted Jan 30, 2018


Written by Mckenzie Marciante


Christmas break. It’s what you along with the whole student body has been looking forward to since August. The two and a half weeks of freedom and chance to let off steam before going back to school in the New Year. Some people travel, visit family and friends, enjoy their vacation, or do all three. Of course it flies by and it’s gone in the blink of an eye, and before you know it it’s already January.  January begins new year resolutions and returning to classes. Getting that remind text about going back to school is always good news for some while others have to work on their motivation. Either way, it is always nice to have a break and spend time socializing while it lasted.

Bre Corkern signs with Pearl River Community College softball
Posted Jan 12, 2018
Congratulations to senior softball player, Bre Corkern for signing her NIL to play softball at PRCC in 2019.  Corkern is a 4 year letterman of the Eagle softball team with numerous awards and accomplishments.  She is an All-District In-fielder and All-State Honorable Mention Selection.  With an impressive batting average, she helped lead her team to a Final Four finish in 2017. 
Cross Country All-Metro
Posted Dec 4, 2017

Congratulations to the Cross Country selections for All-Metro team.  Claudia Henry and Justin Peters both received 1st Team honors and .  Nic Broderick and Rylie Angelle received Honorable Mention.

Lindsey Rizzo signs with Southeastern Softball
Posted Nov 1, 2017

Congratulations to senior softball player, Lindsey Rizzo for signing her NIL to play softball at SLU in 2019.  Rizzo is a 4 year letterman of the Eagle softball team with numerous awards and accomplishments.  She is an All-District Pitcher and All-State Selection Honorable Mention.  With an impressive batting average, she helped lead her team to a Final Four finish in 2017.  

Key Club Leaders win Denham Strong contest
Posted Sept 18, 2017

Cade Canepa, Emily Maranto, and Nico Budde gave assistance to the recent community relief effort to help Flood victims and businesses.  The City of Denham Springs sponsored the event, Denham Strong, to help alleviate rebuilding issues and recognized the Live Oak Key Club leaders for their help.  Both Cade Candepa and Emily Maranto were awarded with Chromebooks from Mayor Landry and Event Coordinator Jeanette Clark.  Nico Budde won the tshirt design contest as well.

Livingston Parish Fair Contest
Posted October 21, 2017
Written by Ashlyn Dunn

Congratulations to the Parish Fair Winners.  Madison Swearingen won 2nd place in the Essay Contest and Elizabeth Hilton took home 3rd place.  Also, our 4-H club won 4th place for the Fair Exhibit contest.

Picture This
Posted October 12, 2017
Written by Emily Shewmake

Picture a scene of one with one’s closest friends. Everyone is laughing and smiling, hot chocolates in hand, faces lit up by the light of the bonfire. There is so much to look forward to in this new season! Halloween is a season of dressing up and trick-or-treating (trying to get as much candy as possible with minimal dirty looks). The haunted houses, ghost stories, scary movies that will always give you nightmares, the leaves falling, getting dressed for the homecoming dance, the smell of smoke from the bonfire stuck on your favorite jacket.
Summer’s chapter has officially ended and a new one is beginning. So head on over to Starbucks, grab a Pumpkin Spice Latte, and get ready – fall is in full swing!

Halloween Festivities
Posted October 12, 2017
Written by Emma Alessi

High school is ultimately remembered by the memories made, and "memory is the dairy we all carry about with us" (Oscar Wilde). Remembering that, homecoming can be the chance to create a lasting memory of one’s time in high school, but it doesn’t just have to happen at the dance. In my own experience, the period of time around homecoming when the weather is getting chilly and people are looking for dates is what makes this month catchy.
The excitement for homecoming is prevalent long before, with dress shopping, asking someone to the dance, and reserving a restaurant. The dance, unlike last year, is on Saturday night, giving students more time to get dressed, go out to eat with their dates or friends, etc. The actual homecoming dance may be a cliché under which some don’t want to fall, or not one’s "cup of tea", but there are still different ways to have fun this October. These include during Homecoming week where each day has a different theme to dress up as, the game on Friday, the school haunted house in the cafeteria, or even just fall festivities outside from school. But if one wants to go where there is music and people, be there October 21st for Homecoming!

New School Record
Posted October 9, 2017
Written by Bobbi Jo Guerin

Claudia Henry broke her own school record again this weekend at the Catholic high Invitational CC meet.  Claudia broke her record by 10 seconds running the 3 mile race in 19:40.  

Pep Rally
Posted October 3, 2017
Written by Ashlyn Dunn

    Most kids in high school like pep rallies. It gives them a chance to get out of class and to meet up with their friends to cheer on their Eagles. Nick Keller said “what I enjoy at pep rallies are being able to scream and having a chance to gear up for the game”. He usually likes to dress all out and take advantage of being able to dress goofy.  

Posted October 3, 2017
Written by Emily McCandless

    Live Oak High School has been lucky enough to receive the National Math and Science Initiative, sponsored by Exxon Mobile. The NMSI is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2007 with the goal preparing students for college and the workforce. The level of succeeding students especially in the fields of mathematics and science are not nearly has high as this country needs them to be, that is where the NMSI comes into play to give students those extras tools they need to succeed or even over achieve. On September 28th in 8th hour certain students were invited to an ice cream banquet to celebrate the news. Here is when they can learn about the wonderful opportunities the grant has to offer for students. The NMSI offers tremendous support for AP students such as covering 50% of exam cost, earning 100$ for every 3, 4, and 5 earned on AP exams, and finally getting specialized training and supplies for the teachers teaching these courses. This will be a 3-year partnership that will drastically improve students AP scores. Their main focus is in science, technology, engineering, and math but, that does not mean they don’t have an impacting effect on those in English or Art courses. Live Oak is anticipating great results just in the first year from the impact this grant will have on all of their students.


Posted October 3, 2017
Written by Devon Bickham

    The Live Oak Volleyball team has had a tough schedule this year playing strong teams and with a record of 6-11. With a young team of three sophomore starters and only 6 players on the court at a time. Over the year from start to now in midseason, the team has been growing better together with the many younger players. The players have great attitudes towards each other and their opponents as Coach Sims. The student body support is awesome this year with more and more students coming to each game! So let’s get out and support our volleyball team! Go support our volley ball team at their next games October 3 @ 5pm, October 4 @ 4pm, and October 5 @ 5pm all at home, in the eagle’s nest!


Rubix Cube Competition
Posted January 23, 2018
Written by Logan Vecellio

  The rubik’s cube competition has been an annual event now at live oak for two years.  The winner from last year was Nic Broderick. The event last year was over looked by Mr. Oswalt who was a AP Human Geography teacher at the time. There are many students that compete every year, people like Gabe Williams, Nic Broderick, Devin Martin, and Grant Richardson are just a few people who have competed. The event takes place after lunch in the court yard and is set up with a table. The cubes are mixed up by Mrs. Achord and then placed on the table. The contestants must have their hands by their side and wait for the go to start solving the cubes. The first to solve their cube wins the competition. The event is on Sept. 29 this year so make sure to be ready to solve those cubes or stand around and cheer them on. 


Posted September 29, 2017
Written by Allison Sanders

The Live Oak High Band is coming up on a great year! As of now they are preparing for a great competition. Their band concert is coming up in October where they will be performing the James Bond Theme song and other well known compositions.  There’s two different seasons for band, Marching season and Concert season. Marching occurs in the beginning of the school year and the Spring Concert happens at the end of the year. Senior band member, Daniella Crane, said “Marching band would probably be my favorite season because you get to learn more musically, and it’s just more fun.” The band does lots more this than just competition. They play at football games, the 5k run, pep rallies, and other events. The band works hard to be as good as they are! Their hard work pays off in the end. 


SHHS Bracelets 
Posted September 29, 2017
Written by Brittani Schweinefus

Hurricane Harvey was an extremely destructive Hurricane.   It flooded thousands of homes and displaced over 30,000 people and prompt more than 17,000 rescues. South Houston High School (SOHO) was majorly effected by the hurricane with over 50% of the student homes flooded and 90% of the faculty and staff homes flooded also. So the Eagles took SOHO under their wings, and now we have an important cause to help others. Just for $2 you can help contribute to South Houston High School.  This school will help South Houston High School get the necessities they need like pens, spiral notebooks, pencils, calculators, book sacks, underwear, toiletry items, etc. If you are interested in helping, please contatct Mr. Dale Kirkindoll  Let’s stand hand and hand and support South Houston High! 


Posted September 29, 2017
Written by Dylan Rea

 LOHS had its 7th annual 5K run this past weekend on September 23rd. The run featured 346 runners. To start the morning, kids ran the one-mile fun-run where the winner for the boys was Michael Cambre and the winner for the girls was Leah Wells. Following the one-mile run was the 5k race. The course started at Live Oak High where the runners continued north onto Highway 16. They then turned onto Outback Road where the band was playing alongside the runners. Eventually the runners crossed into Easterly Lakes for the next part of the race.  As the runners made their way out of Easterly Lakes Subdivision and back toward the school, they had to run one final lap of the track to cross the finish line.  Crossing the finish line first for participants under 18 was Justin Peters and for the girls the winner was Claudia Henry.  For the adults, the top male and female finishers were Troy Alello and Angela Wiedeman. Following the run, they had free pastalaya donated by the Farm Bureau who was 1 of the 15 sponsors of the event. The event was again a success. The event encourages people come out and enjoy the fun.


Cross Country  
Posted September 29, 2017
Written by Mckenzie Marciante

Cross Country is hard at work preparing for another season of success. They have been running every day and the results of their recent meets have not gone unnoticed. Cross Country is a sport that involves endless preparation and dedication. As of now our top boy runner is Justin Peters and our top girl runner is Claudia Henry. Boys are ranked in the top 10 in the state and girls are ranked 13th. The most recent meet was located in New Orleans. Boys varsity and JV placed first overall, and girls’ varsity placed 5th. Regionals is on November 3 located at Highland Rd, and the State Meet is coming up soon on November 14th. Coach Bobby Jo and Coach Travis are amazing at what they do to help these runners prepare. For upcoming meets, they all hope to get better and better as a team and continue to strive closer to breaking personal records.


Posted September 28, 2017
Written by Damien Batchelor

As we roll into the 2017 Football season at Live Oak, we are gearing up for another great season of Friday Lights.  The team has grown into over 80 players alongside the coaching of Brett Beard.  Coach Beard has led his staff and players through many victories the past 2 seasons.  Coach Beard has also found great leadership in the 2017 Team Captains Landon Roberts, Steven Poindexter, Jacobey Lee, and Sal Palermo.

Assistant Coach Peterson believes that our high school football team has started this season very strong and expects to continue the growth and learning on the field.  He has a positive outlook on the rest of the season and says “we are not where we need to be just yet, but we are getting there and preparing for post-season”.

Senior Dylan Rea says,  “We started well with 2 wins and had 2 other close games that just didn't go our way.  We will need to take advantage of the chances within the game in order to become a stronger contender for playoffs.” Ja'cobey Lee, one of the senior captains belives “it was going good up until the last two weeks where we hit a rough spot.  We will have to refocus our team efforts and make the needed adjustments for the rest of district action”. Another player, Seth Edelman, wants to inspire the team and “keep pushing forward, and play for the guy next to you”.

Come check out the Eagles in action and cheer them on to victory.  GO EAGLES!



Teacher of the Year 
Posted September 28, 2017
Written by Courtney Rivett

Congratulations to Mrs. Jessica Bonura in being selected as the 2017 Live Oak High Teacher of the Year.  She has over 12 years teaching experience, including the last 6 years at our own Live Oak High. When asked what made her want to be a teacher, she responded that she has known since she was in third grade that she wanted to be a teacher. She is also the sponsor of a club at Live Oak called The R.E.A.C.H Club (Respect Everyone And Create Harmony).  REACH is a club where friendships are formed and barriers are broken down among students with or without disabilities.  REACH has approximately 150 students in the club this year. Mrs. Bonura is an advocate for people with disabilities and works to make sure all students are given the opportunity to reach their full potential. She wanted to give advice to any incoming teachers by saying that being a special educator is a rewarding and fun career.  Special Education reaches a wonderful group of young people and helps fulfill the dreams of all.

Student Council Elections 
Posted September 28, 2017
Written by Taylor Deville 

Over 50 people ran for Student Council in an effort to be involved and maintain the success of Live Oak High.  Two junior student council members, Summer Didier and Sara Martin, discussed some of the current projects that they are working on for the school. Both members announced that they are trying to order flags to hang on the light poles around the school to resemble a college campus. They are also excited about having more people involved with the pep rallies this year. One question was asked about what they personally hope to accomplish while they are in student council either this year or next. Summer Didier said she hopes to plant a vertical garden before she graduates. Both members stated that they want students to know that they do care about them, and that they want as many people as possible to have an input on the decisions made for the school. 



The Drop '17
Posted September 1, 2017
Written by Courtney Rivett

On August 18 th , 2017, the student body gathered for a glowing night of music and friends.  As you walked in you were handed glow sticks.  The strobe lights were bright and you could feel the music vibrating the floor as soon as you walked in.  The environment surrounding you was friendly.  Everyone was dancing and singing along to all the latest music and a couple of songs no one has heard in a while, but somehow everyone still knew the words.  If people weren’t dancing they were getting something to drink because they were so exhausted from dancing until they couldn’t feel their legs anymore.  The temperature was HOT and even hotter in certain areas of the dance floor.  When you started dancing all your worries slipped away because all you could think about was having fun with your friends and even people you had never met before.  The Drop '17 was an experience that everyone enjoyed.  The Drop was the highlight of August for many students. The party doesn’t stop there! On Friday, December 1st, 2017, LOH Publications will be hosting “The Drop Continued” to keep the party going all year long!



New Beginnings
Posted Sept 1, 2017
Written by Eden Burnett

With new beginnings come new opportunities. The start of this new school year brings a perfect chance to start over or even top the last year. Freshmen are embarking on a new adventure, sophomores are battling their final year in P.E., juniors have set high expectations as upperclassmen, and many seniors have already been diagnosed with senioritis. Some are simply trying to get by until graduation, but this is the year to make your mark. The goals this year should be set higher than ever as students begin to understand their role at Live Oak High School and the endless possibilities that come with it.

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