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The Brantley Banner

The student news site of Lake Brantley High School

The Brantley Banner

Students present their entry to the Black Student Unions (BSU) door decorating contest. The doors celebrate Black History Month, honoring the historic achievements that generations of African Americans have made.

Putting the spotlight on black history

Delaney Rosenblatt, Staff Reporter February 23, 2022

On Feb. 15, Black Student Union (BSU) sponsor Britney Lacarte announced the winners of the first annual Black History Month door decorating contest. Although spirit weeks have sparked many other door decorating...

Students play La Lotería at the Hispanic Heritage Festival on Friday, Oct 15. La Lotería is a game similar to bingo, but uses images instead of numbers, and is originally from Mexico.

Hispanic Heritage Festival

Friday, Oct. 15 featured a new lunch time activity: the Hispanic Heritage Month Festival. Organized by school clubs like Latinos in Action and the Spanish Honor Society, it had a wide range of activities...

I want to look weird,” Llorens said. “I want people judging me. I want the attention. I want them to see me like ‘look at me’. Does it look like I care what you think about? Nah, cause I look amazing.”
Created by: Faith Shimick

Jeremy Llorens: costume master

Faith Shimick, Staff Reporter January 17, 2021

On any given school spirit day, there are always a handful of students dressed reasonably, and there is always that one student that goes way over the top. Nine times out of ten, that studentis junior...

Chorus teacher Nicholas Powers and drama teacher Chase Cashion show school spirit by dressing up for Spaced Out! day.  Powers and Cashion are a staple on campus when it comes to school spirit days, consistently wearing over the top costumes and usually coordinating.

Showing school spirit during homecoming week

Kyra Martin, Staff Reporter November 20, 2020

A sea of students clad in costumes and vibrant colors across campus is present during spirit week. Spirit weeks are typically planned by the Student Government Association, where each day of the week is...

Band director Brad Wharton stands in front of the band as they perform a cadence. Wharton spent a lot of time leading up to the first game making sure it was safe for band members to perform.

Limited in size, but not in spirit

Faith Shimick, Staff Reporter October 1, 2020

Due to the CDC’s safety guidelines concerning the maximum number of people that can attend an event at once, football games are now limited in attendance. While the immediate thoughts about the impact...

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