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Making memories and magazines

Making memories and magazines

Alex Kring, Staff Writer

June 2, 2019

Mrs. Cooper’s Creative Writing class is nearly ready to launch their much anticipated and award winning magazine. The theme of the magazine is W.R.I.T.E  O.N., which was decided on after a class vote. The staff enjoyed the pun and the remembrance of a former staff member. The publication has b...

Tobey says farewell to her “B” Hall home

Tobey says farewell to her “B” Hall home

Payton Neely, staff writer

May 29, 2019

After 20 years of calling “B” Hall home, Suzanne Tobey is saying goodbye to LPHS and hello to a new chapter in her life. Tobey originally started off as a Law Enforcement major in college before switching to her teaching degree. After getting married and having children, her family needed a second ...

LPHS students receive Work Ethic Certificate

LPHS students receive Work Ethic Certificate

Payton Neely, Staff Writer

May 23, 2019

About 44 La Porte High School students received the Work Ethic Certificate on Tuesday, May 21st. Slicers who had completed the Work Ethic requirements gathered in the LPHS cafeteria for donuts and juice as they were presented with their certificates for their hard work. Students receiving the school...

Wish You Were Here

Wish You Were Here

Jocelynn Coleman, Author

May 17, 2019

I wish You were here in person. I could tell You all of the things I don’t want to share with anyone else. I could tell You the things I don’t want anyone else to hear. I could tell you the things that only You would understand. I could tell You how I feel because You already know. You’ve been...

Regality

Regality

Jillian Ross, Author

May 17, 2019

Sealing purity from prowling alphas behind tight lips isn’t thrilling So she bares a beautifully-brown array of molars; A toothy grin tainted with acid degradation lures the hungry eyes of boys to her coffee cup, Trying to stir innocence up from the bottom of the mug, but discovering t...

Gone Girl

Gone Girl

Victoria Roebuck, Author

May 17, 2019

I grabbed the remote for the small TV sitting on the folding table in the corner. I turned it on and changed it from kids cartoons to channel five, which is the news channel. Those are the only two programs available on this TV, but, what can you really expect from a run down motel? “Bailey Nicol...

Effort is Happiness

Effort is Happiness

Carlie Hobbes, Author

May 17, 2019

Many individuals spend the entirety of their lives trying to answer one question, “how can I be happier?” However, many find that the pursuit of happiness does not end up being fulfilling due to the fact that it is a very shallow search, only looking for surface things to become happy. They find, rath...

Coding Cougars

Coding Cougars

LPCSC News

May 15, 2019

What started as an idea in the principal’s office quickly became the hottest ticket at Crichfield. Last school year, Mrs. Biggs, Crichfield principal, brought the idea of starting a Girls Who Code club to STEAM Team member and future Project Lead the Way teacher Mrs. Talbert. Talbert jumped at the i...

Stevenson Story

Stevenson Story

Emily Conrad, Staff Writer

May 14, 2019

  With the 2018-2019 school year drawing to a close, as will a long-lived teaching career of Mr. Stevenson, Business Tech teacher at Boston Middle school. He has been teaching for 15 years, which is a significant amount of time considering he had other experience in different fields of wor...

Crichfield becomes STEM Certified

Crichfield becomes STEM Certified

May 9, 2019

The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) has named Crichfield Elementary a STEM Certified School. Crichfield was just one of 18 schools recently added to the state list of certified schools and is now only one of 78 schools in Indiana to have the distinction. The certification will last until the...

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