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Lincoln’s book fairies

Lincoln’s book fairies

Ally Zila, Staff Writer

December 16, 2019

Since the beginning of school, Lincoln Elementary School has been visited by Book Fairies every month. Around August, teachers from Lincoln Elementary School started social media campaigns for donations to provide each student in their class with a new reading book every month. Due to the generos...

Furness makes immediate impact at LPHS

Furness makes immediate impact at LPHS

Ally Zila, Staff Writer

December 16, 2019

Jessie Furness is leading Slicers to success through coaching and teaching. Furness dove back when she was in high school at Michigan City, lettering her freshman year and diving on varsity all four years. Furness perfected her lower difficulty dives and frequently had strong scores. She made it t...

Slicer Emma Henderson takes graduating early a step further

Slicer Emma Henderson takes graduating early a step further

Tori Kegebein, Staff Writer

December 12, 2019

LPHS is filled with brilliant students who excel in many ways, some of which find it easy to surpass the expectations given to them. Junior Emma Henderson happens to be one. She has made the courageous decision to graduate an entire year early. While attending LPHS, Henderson realized her maturity level was ...

LaRose returns to teaching

LaRose returns to teaching

Alli Glen, Editor

December 6, 2019

A new face at LPHS is making an impact early.  Mrs. LaRose, a new LPHS English teacher, has always been a teacher at heart, even when she wasn’t in a classroom. LaRose has been teaching for four and a half years. All of her teaching was done just around the corner in Chicago, Illinois at Our La...

Crichfield and Riley host honorary Principals for a Day

Crichfield and Riley host honorary Principals for a Day

LPCSC Staff

November 19, 2019

To understand what it is like to be someone else, it is imperative to walk a mile in his or her shoes. Bert Cook, executive director of La Porte Economic Advancement Partnership, and Mark Krentz, mayor of La Porte, walked that mile and many more as they were honorary Principals for the Day on November 8th. ...

Smith inspires students with Innovation Lab

Smith inspires students with Innovation Lab

Tori Kegebein, Staff Writer

November 18, 2019

Every school offers programs to fit certain interests for students, but La Porte Middle School/Kesling Intermediate has taken this one step further by introducing the Innovation Lab. English teacher and former data coach Mrs. Smith has taken the position that infuses a STEM (Science, Technology, Engi...

LPHS’ second Chili Cook-Off

LPHS’ second Chili Cook-Off

Alli Glen, Editor

November 18, 2019

La Porte High School teachers decided to spice up their lunch break with the second annual LPHS Chili Cook-Off during the e-Learning day on November 6th. 10 of LP’s best teacher chefs decided to partake in this much anticipated event. The staff brought in their best versions of their homemade chil...

Lancioni goes to Germany

Lancioni goes to Germany

Ally Zila, Staff Writer

November 15, 2019

Teachers still love to learn and see new things just as much as students. One Slicer educator just took and exciting adventure out of the country. Sonja Lancioni, Spanish teacher at LPHS, recently traveled to Germany in September. Lancioni had several reasons for traveling to Germany. One being that it was he...

Sgambelluri reinvents PCC class at Kesling middle school

Sgambelluri reinvents PCC class at Kesling middle school

Tori Kegebein, Staff Writer

November 14, 2019

Former Boston librarian Mrs. Sgambelluri has taken the position of teaching Prep for College and Careers (PCC) at the middle school.  The class is being introduced for the first time to eighth graders, but it has also been taught at the high school to freshman. The class usually consists of learn...

Creative and kind: Isaac King

Creative and kind: Isaac King

Alli Glen, Editor

November 13, 2019

LPHS Senior Isaac King is finishing up his final year in high school in the most arts-centered way. King has been a strong musician, actor, and writer ever since he stepped foot into LPHS.  His love for theatre all started as a junior in high school in the LPHS play: Our Town and Wizard of Oz...

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