The Lambert Post

Back to School


Abby Settipani, Features Staff

September 1, 2020

The controversy surrounding students returning to school is thriving as some states welcome back children to fluorescent-lit classrooms. The pandemic is raging, the United States having a confirmed 5.7 million cases and 176,617 deaths. At the beginning of this horrid outbreak, every state closed down schools except for Montana and Wyoming. States had ca...

Afflicted With Senioritis – A Progressive Disease

Harbor of the Savannah River in Savannah, Georgia. Progressive disease, such as Senioritis, lead the afflicted to try new things. This was taken during BetaCon, a leadership convention I only went to because of my short amount of time left living with my disease.

Aniket Adhikari, News Editor

February 15, 2018

My name is Aniket Adhikari, I am an editor on the Lambert Post, and in November of 2017, I was diagnosed with one of the most pervasive and widespread epidemics sweeping high schools across the country right now: Senioritis. While the popular adult narrative of Senioritis involves irresponsible teenager...

The Terror of Online Textbooks

This was a remind message I recently received from one of my Ap Courses. Online textbooks are evidently frustrating for both students and teachers. A switch to former handheld textbooks may be more beneficial then expected.

Ananya Mehta, Staff Writer

January 26, 2018

I’ve always been the type of girl who loves having the physical copy of a book over the online edition. I love everything about real books, ranging from the simplicity for use to the access to the wondrous smell of freshly printed pages. As someone who has taken many AP courses in the past four yea...

A cup of nihilism #14

A cup of nihilism #14

Ann Ding, Resident Artist

December 16, 2017

Old trends are brought out for the dreaded midterms next week. Good luck on exams! "A cup of nihilism" will return at the end of winter break.

Race to 3:40: The Proposal

Race to 3:40: The Proposal

Ananya Mehta and Sarah Sander

December 7, 2017

A cup of nihilism #12

A cup of nihilism #12

Ann Ding, Resident Artist

December 2, 2017

Savor life's little happy surprises.

Race to 3:40 : the great Catsby

Race to 3:40 : the great Catsby

Sarah Sander and Ananya Mehta

October 30, 2017

Race to 3:40 : Beginning

Race to 3:40 : Beginning

Sarah Sander and Ananya Mehta

September 22, 2017


Summer Work

Summer Work

Sarah Sander, Resident Artist

May 9, 2017

Summer break is just around the bend. Everybody can finally breathe now that they're free from the stress of school... or so they think. Right before the final bell rings on the last day of school, the infamous words are uttered: "Have a good summer; don't forget to do the summer work for next year!"

Humans of Lambert

Mrs. Theresa Adamczyk, the special education and career tech teacher at Lambert High School, speaks about her experience as the graduation coach.

Shreya Desai, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017

"As graduation coach, it is our responsibility to provide support for students who really need the additional help. We start by writing 504s for students with disabilities and having meetings for them. There is also Hospital/Homebound, which is formed to aid the kids who are out sick for more than 10...

Stranded child leaves bus driver fired

A row of Lambert's school buses lie undisturbed while school is in session.

Jackson Matray, News Editor

January 11, 2017

A Forsyth County school bus driver was terminated effectively as of December 16th, 2016, after leaving a 6 year old student unattended on a local highway. Shelley McKinley, the driver, was not the bus route’s regular driver and was not used to the circumstances of individual students. McKinley has b...