Lebanon High School’s Pennant staff has welcomed seven new junior reporters to our staff in the past few months! Read below and get to know a little bit about your reporters at LHS!
JR Brandhoefer was enthused to join The Pennant and is looking forward to continue reporting news and information that LHS students and Boone County need to hear.
“I am really happy I ended up joining because it is really fun and it is a really great experience, in my own opinion,” said Brandhoefer.
Continuous learning, social skills, and fun. Junior Lucy Tubbs enjoys all of these aspects, and more about being on The Pennant staff. Tubbs enjoys writing for the Sports and Feature categories.
Jordan Windhorst has enjoyed learning a different style of writing as well as talking to students at LHS she may not have known previous to joining The Pennant. Windhorst enjoys writing for Health & Beauty.
Reporter Carson Burtron has had an interest in journalism for the past three years and enjoys writing due to the non-fiction. Burtron also enjoys interviewing students and asking questions.
“Elections are coming up and I am really excited to write about that,” said Burtron.
Emerson Haines enjoys meeting new students and writing about the school and being more involved at LHS.
Becca Douglass enjoys writing Feature stories because she feels connected to sports writing.
“I knew it would give me the opportunity to be informed about things happening in the school. Sometimes I feel like I am not in the school, just watching it. Being in Pennant makes me feel connected,” said Douglass.
Reporting, interviewing and writing editorials are a few things that Emma Kafka enjoys and gets to pursue in Pennant. Kafka plans on pursuing publications after high school.