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Hiemstra starts LPHSs first Creative Writing Club

Hiemstra starts LPHS’s first Creative Writing Club

Maya Oswald, Staff Writer January 27, 2022

LPHS junior, Bella Hiemstra, is on the “write” track in her high school career after starting LPHS’s first Creative Writing Club.  Hiemstra had been writing creatively for a long time, but she...

Witulski makes a difference at LPHS

Witulski makes a difference at LPHS

December 14, 2021

It was once said “Hard things are put in our way, not to stop us, but to call out our courage and strength.” One Slicer educator in particular–American Sign Language (ASL) teacher Joanna Witulski–lives...

LPHS Speech & Debate boosts communication skills

LPHS Speech & Debate boosts communication skills

Breanna Wilson, Staff Writer December 13, 2021

With the first semester of the 2021-2022 school year coming to an end, the second semester begins the start of scheduling for the next school year. With a plethora of options to choose from, many students...

Alondra Pedraza: a high school phenomenon

Alondra Pedraza: a high school phenomenon

Amelia Hall, Staff Writer November 30, 2021

Alondra Pedraza, a senior at LaPorte High School, has taken her hard work and determination for extracurriculars and academics to the next level. Throughout high school Pedraza’s main focus has been...

FFA visits National Convention in Indianapolis

FFA visits National Convention in Indianapolis

Amelia Hall, Staff Writer November 16, 2021

LaPorte High School’s FFA chapter recently attended the 94th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. LaPorte High School’s FFA was excited to attend the National FFA Convention, which welcomed...

Making Slicers happy, one fish at a time

Making Slicers happy, one fish at a time

Lorena Gamez, Staff Writer November 12, 2021

Sometimes the best classroom can be out on the lake, and instead of books, students have fishing poles. LPHS offers that opportunity for students with its Fishing Club.  Mr. Lawson, Building Trades...

Slicers hit the ice

Slicers hit the ice

Mackenzie Mullins, Staff Writer November 5, 2021

With sports like football, basketball, and baseball getting a great deal of attention, hockey can get looked over in the area. LPHS has a handful of hockey players who have spent a large chunk of their...

Changes to be to LaPorte school lunches due to new Lunch Committee

Changes to be to LaPorte school lunches due to new Lunch Committee

Maya Oswald, Staff Writer October 25, 2021

There has been a long stigma against school lunches since they’ve often been cardboard pizza and mystery meat. Sophomore Brayden Sobecki decided to take things into his own hands and created the Lunch...

Fleshman earns All-American Honors

Fleshman earns All-American Honors

Ally Galinowski, Staff Writer October 20, 2021

From being a member of numerous clubs and activities to being named a United Cheer Association All-American, senior Emma Fleshman is wrapping up her four years at LPHS in style. Fleshman first began...

Conklin takes over Slicer office

Conklin takes over Slicer office

Mackenzie Mullins, Staff Writer October 11, 2021

After 19 years of Mrs. Rice being the friendly face at the front desk in the main office, LPHS has welcomed a new leader--Mrs. Conklin.  Conklin’s positive and welcoming demeanor as well as her connection...

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