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Braden returns to make a difference

Braden returns to make a difference

Alli Glen, Staff Writer

February 21, 2019

Slicer graduate Ben Braden spent time out of Indiana, but he is back in town for his first year as an assistant principal at Handley Elementary School. Braden graduated high school in 2001 at LPHS, after attending Ball State University and receiving his Bachelor’s of Science in Elementary Education. ...

Full STEAM ahead at Crichfield

Full STEAM ahead at Crichfield

Emily Conrad, Staff Writer

February 17, 2019

Crichfield hosted its first family STEAM Night on February 7th. The night consisted of interactive STEAM based activities for students and their families. Crichfield also welcomed community members to help lead the various activities as well as to build connections between La Porte citizens and the sch...

Scholarship opportunities for LPHS seniors

Scholarship opportunities for LPHS seniors

Alyssa Foster, Editor

February 16, 2019

LaPorte High School seniors have been given the opportunity to earn money for college through many different local scholarships from around La Porte County. Local scholarship packets have been released with information regarding different scholarships for graduating seniors and how to apply for the...

Intermediate school making new progress

Intermediate school making new progress

Payton Neely, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019

The LaPorte Community School Corporation Intermediate campus is continuing to make strides in the building progress and the organizational set up. The new administrative area will be open for use around spring break. The next renovation in progress within the current building is occurring in the old cafete...

ALEKS Math

ALEKS Math

Alex Kring, Staff Writer

February 11, 2019

Taking on new forms in math   A modern struggle most teachers are facing is incorporating technology into their lessons. Students now a days have not only written work to deal with from their classes, but also a slew of online assignments meant to be dealt with.   One of the sub...

National Counselor Week: LPHS Counselors

National Counselor Week: LPHS Counselors

Alli Glen, Staff Writer

February 11, 2019

La Porte High School would not be the same without the wonderful counselors. They are helpful to staff and students in any way they possibly can. The LPHS counselors plan schedules, guide students through high school and for the future, give strong advice, and they are always there to listen if there...

Patience is a virtue

Patience is a virtue

Cedric McCoy, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019

“Be honest and a hard working individual, even when you have obstacles in your life.”

LPHS leaves mark around town after 150 years

LPHS leaves mark around town after 150 years

Mallory Warner, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019

The LaPorte High School welding classes have been assigned with the task of designing, formulating, and constructing two sculptures that represent LaPorte and 150 years of graduating classes. Mrs. Lebo, 2D Art teacher, and Mr. Presley, College and Career coordinator, collaborated, ultimately deci...

Finding his footing: Timmons grows into a Slicer favorite

Finding his footing: Timmons grows into a Slicer favorite

Alli Glen, Staff Writer

February 4, 2019

A fresh face in the English department is in his second year at LPHS and has already proven that he is one awesome educator.  Mr. Timmons teaches freshmen English. He’s in his third year all together, spending his first year at Warsaw High School. Timmons, a Valpo native, moved back up to La Porte when his rela...

Hailmann holds Wild Card

Hailmann holds Wild Card

LPCSC, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

The Hailmann staff knows the way to win in the game of education is to hold the Wild Card, and this year, they are going all in. The Huskies are turning the stereotypical look of school on its head by taking part in the Wild Card Challenge. The challenge is from the educational book The Wild Card, ...

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