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LaPorte High School offers Health Internship for seniors

LaPorte High School offers Health Internship for seniors

Ally Zila, Staff Writer March 31, 2021

LaPorte High School provides their students with a chance to intern at Northwest Health in order to immerse them into the healthcare experience. The Health Internship is offered to seniors who are considering...

Gonzales strengthens students’ minds

Gonzales strengthens students’ minds

Tori Kegebein, Editor March 26, 2021

For three years, LPHS science teacher Ms. Gonzales has been teaching students to love the subject just as much as she does. Gonzales graduated from IUPUI in 2013 but also attended University of Evansville,...

Harlow’s promising upcoming season

Harlow’s promising upcoming season

Tori Kegebein, Editor March 22, 2021

Ever since she was four years old, junior Peyton Harlow has been wowing crowds with her softball skills. Harlow’s parents signed her up for a local friend’s team when she was only four years old,...

LPHS changes schedule

LPHS changes schedule

Ally Zila, Staff Writer March 16, 2021

LaPorte High School recently went back to the non-early release schedule, which started on March 15th, which keeps all students until the normal 2:40 end time.  The original idea behind the early release...

Maudlin becomes National Merit Finalist

Maudlin becomes National Merit Finalist

Tori Satchwell, Staff Writer March 1, 2021

Senior Jill Maudlin was named a National Merit Finalist, making her the first Slicer in recent memory.  According to the College Board, only 1% of the nation’s finest, or approximately 15,000 students,...

Elementary counselors go above and beyond

Elementary counselors go above and beyond

Ally Zila, Staff Writer February 23, 2021

Life as a counselor is difficult enough, but this year has taken it to a new level.  The elementary school counselors are working hard in order to make sure the students are doing well during these...

Lenig finds her niche for LPCSC

Lenig finds her niche for LPCSC

Olivia Wright, Staff Writer February 8, 2021

School counselors are crucial components in any educational environment. Despite the challenges brought by this school year, counselors have remained resilient and positive through it all. Mrs. Lenig,...

Wilke stays positive while teaching during COVID

Wilke stays positive while teaching during COVID

Olivia Wright, Staff Writer February 3, 2021

Teaching math is challenging as is, but it has been a particularly challenging feat this school year with safety regulations and technology posing difficulties for all teachers. Despite these challenges,...

Class of 2021 early graduates take the next step

Class of 2021 early graduates take the next step

Tori Kegebein, Editor February 2, 2021

With the first semester of the 2020/2021 school year closing in, several LPHS seniors are graduating early and stepping into the next chapter of their lives.. COVID-19 has taken a toll on various aspects...

Elementary specials adjust with COVID

Elementary specials adjust with COVID

Ally Zila, Staff Writer January 28, 2021

The elementary school specials--gym, music, art, Project Lead The Way (PLTW)--have been taking extra precautions this school year so that the students can be both safe and have fun. Jim Pedretti, P.E....

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