School Spirit

Volunteers Help Teach Math Skills
By Stefanie Thompson At Oro Grande Elementary School, a group of volunteers is assisting fourth graders with their math skills. And according to fourth-grade math teacher Gretchen Dionne, the addition of the program is also multiplying students’ success. “The progra... Read More
Students Graduate From N.O.V.A
Fifth-grade students from Havasupai, Nautilus, Oro Grande, Jamaica, Starline and Smoketree elementary schools, HPA and Telesis Preparatory Academies, graduated from N.O.V.A Friday morning at the Aquatic Center. N.O.V.A stands for Nurturing Opportunities Values Accountability and is a program taug... Read More
Lake Havasu Students Treated To Balloon Knowledge
Balloon pilots from across the states, and even some foreign destinations, made their way to Lake Havasu this weekend for the eighth annual Havasu Balloon Festival and Fair. The festival kicked off Thursday when several balloon pilots set up shop at school campuses around town.   [cap... Read More
On Thursday afternoon, Lake Havasu City’s elementary school music programs got a special delivery: 35 new guitars and cases for local students. “We are so thankful,” said Erica Suetterlin, an elementary music teacher for Lake Havasu Unified School District. “The fact that we’re getting ... Read More
LHHS Cheerleader Psyched About Hawaiian Summer Camp
  A long flight from the bright, sunny state of Arizona to the tropical island retreat of Hawaii is a chance that many dream of. For Lake Havasu High School student Alejandro Castro, that dream is coming true. On Nov. 29, Castro found a letter in the mail informing him he had the opportunity... Read More
Thunderbolt Students Perform a Living Wax Museum
Thunderbolt Middle School Students performed a Living Wax Museum Friday morning for parents and teachers. The students were required to select an influential person who has had a positive impact on society.  They researched, wrote an essay, created a PowerPoint presentation, and wrote a speech in t... Read More
  On Thursday, Mohave Community College brought the North Pole to Lake Havasu City with MCC Shines. The free community event was one of Christmas joy and cheer. The room was decorated in a modern yet homely DIY-style. The walls were ornamented with paper plate mints and balloon Christmas... Read More
On Monday evening, the Lake Havasu Fighting Knights boys basketball teams went head to head against their Parker High counterparts, the Broncs. The boys’ freshman team took a loss of 26-52 against Parker after the final buzzer. Junior Varsity put up a resilient fight against Parker to secure a ... Read More
Gobble Till They Wobble
  Lake Havasu City students celebrated Thanksgiving Tuesday afternoon in different ways with their classmates and more. Guiding Light Preschool gave their students a Thanksgiving lunch with their parents.   [caption id="attachment_22343" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Guiding... Read More
  Coed varsity coed wrestling took center stage at Lake Havasu High School Tuesday evening when the Fighting Knights competed in their season’s home opener. The Knights faced off against River Valley, Dysart and Kingman in their matches. In the first matchup against River Valley, the Knight... Read More