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Insider Football

Posted Aug 27, 2022
Written by Molly Thigpen

Football games are a place for everyone. If you’re an Eagle, family member, or from a completely different school pay at the gate and you’re in! Supporting the Eagles and going to football games means availability to snow ball stands, smoothie king, concessions, and supporting our hard working team. Football games are more than supporting your school and team, watching the Eagles battle their hardest against their opponent, and a place for friends and family to have fun and mingle all around furthering our love, support, and diligence as Eagles!  Football players from every division, freshmen, junior varsity, and varsity, give it their all in the popular physically battling game. They must persevere against any opponent no matter the situation. We support football as much as we can through entertaining pep rallies, fun themes for each football game, and posters hung around the school or on social media. When asked the question, “How do you think this season will go?” Coach Collier responded… “It’s a 50/50 shot. This year’s team will only go as far as their hard work will take them.” Football is a battle you must work for every accomplishment and the schools spirit advances to help with this battle. Eagles work hard and are persistent. We will give it our all this season, Go EAGLES!

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Oct 5...AP Scholar Breakfast
Oct 6...Pep Rally
Oct 7...Fair Holiday / No classes
Oct 11...Progress Reports
Oct 11...Senior Supply Informational Meeting
Oct 12...All classes schedule
Oct 22...ACT
Oct 26...All classes schedule



FCA Leadership

Posted Aug 27, 2022
Written by Ignazio Landry

This year will be a great year for FCA. Our sponsor Mike Fielding (Youth Pastor at Live Oak Baptist), and all of our new FCA officers have a great year planned for you. Here are the names of the officers for this year: Emilee Aucoin (President), Kathryn Weber (Vice-President), Heidi Nicoles (Secretary), Amanda Lassard, Ashley Norman, Luke Pemberton, and Ignazio Landry. You might be wondering what exactly is FCA, well, FCA is the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Don’t worry, you do not have to be an athlete do join, everyone is welcomed so show up. FCA is a place where you can learn about Jesus at school and have fellowship with other believers around you. Our meetings are in the band room this year; all you have to do is look for our flag. We will also have many fun events this year that we will announce in our meetings and on our FCA board in the English hallway, on the second floor. You will need your FCA shirt, which is $25.00, to attend our big end of the year event called “ELEVATE”. You can get the shirt through OSP; this can be found on our school website. We hope to see you in FCA this year! “Our main purpose in FCA is and will always be to make disciples for Jesus wherever we are. We serve a big God who has given us a mission. It’s time to get to work.” -Mike Fielding


The Drop Dance

Posted Aug 23, 2022 


The drop was an incredible event sanctioned by Live Oak High School where students went to get back into the school spirit and have some fun with their friends. The Drop had a glow in the dark theme, filled with glow sticks and neon clothing to give the event a vibrant neon glow that made The Drop all the more fun. There was also music that everybody danced to and held their glow sticks in the air. The event really brought us together as an introduction to a new chapter for the school. Everybody got to socialize with their friends in a party with them.

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Opening the Year without SARS-CoV-2

Posted Aug 19, 2022
Written by Colton Way

The dawn of the 2022-2023 school year ushers in the return of the pre- SARS-CoV-2, normal; as a senior at Live Oak, the last unaltered high school experience was the latter end of the 2020 school year, therefore, for many fellow seniors, this new beginning is a bittersweet revival, and for many others, a new trail to be blazed. For the underclassman this year, the notion of congregating in the courtyard is new territory. The lines laid about the school are no more, divided lunch seating, as well as four shifts is no more, a shift which is embraced eagerly is the revocation of the mask mandate. Perhaps the most invigorating is the reintroduction of school events, most recently of which is the Drop, a neon techno glow in the dark return to school party, hosted for the first time in three years. The overarching sentiment is the general sense of familiarity, the high school experience, which has been taken from us, this presents the possibility to return to what Live Oak High has enjoyed for decades, and now for decades to come. 


Dodgeball Champions

Posted March 10, 2022

Congratulations to "The Average Joes" for winning the annual Live Oak High Dodgeball tournament this year.  The team consisted of Tyler Giering, Alex Rivers, Bentz Borne, Braden Jones, Carter Davison, Orry Stafford, and Coach Clayton Ray. 

Iceland World Tour

Posted April 26, 2022

Live Oak High students took a trip of a lifetime when they visited Iceland over Spring Break.  Did you know that Iceland is the size of Kentucky and can be traveled over the course of 4 hours?  Students toured the Viking museum, enjoyed whale watching tours, and went cod fishing.  

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Wrestling State Championship

Posted February 20, 2022

Congratulations to Rayden Ingram (State Champion), Andrew Lusby (Runner-up), and Lathan Hirschey (3rd place) for winning at State Playoffs.