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Peterson named Student of the Year

Peterson named Student of the Year

Alli Glen, Editor

January 21, 2020

LPHS Sophomore Parker Peterson was named a Student of the Year for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. The Student of the Year challenge is an event that can be participated in once, and it’s only for high school students. In order to be involved with the program, the student must be nominated by someone....

LPCSC to host “The Story of Eva” on January 27th

LPCSC to host “The Story of Eva” on January 27th

Alli Glen, Editor

January 17, 2020

LPCSC will be hosting a showing of “The Story of Eva” in the Performing Arts Center on January 27th at 6:30 p.m. Eva Kor was a woman who lived some of the worst days in human history during the Holocaust and somehow survived and--even more impressively--thrived.  A familiar face and his wif...

Pritchard’s creativity takes classes to the next level

Pritchard’s creativity takes classes to the next level

Alli Glen, Editor

January 16, 2020

LPHS’ Family and Consumer Sciences teacher Mrs. Pritchard is one of the most creative and dedicated teachers in LPCSC, and her students’ recent success on a project has made her even more known and recognized. Pritchard attended Holy Cross College and Ball State University right out of college, but...

Sculpting smiles

Sculpting smiles

Sophia Adkins, Staff Writer

January 16, 2020

New additions will soon be added to local businesses around La Porte. For the past 10 years, Marybeth Lebo, LPHS art teacher, has been working with her students to make sculptures that are added to local businesses around La Porte.  “We do not sell these projects. They are done with the purpose...

LPCSC dynamic duo: the Upps

LPCSC dynamic duo: the Upps

Tori Kegebein, Staff Writer

January 13, 2020

Scott and Pam Upp are two of LPCSC’s administrators and are improving learning to ensure LPHS Slicers and Handley Trojans excel in every way possible.  During the duo’s freshmen year of high school, they met each other in a science class after being partnered up. Science partnerships led to ...

Cooper Nurses Slicers Back To Health

Cooper Nurses Slicers Back To Health

Alex Kring, Staff Writer

January 11, 2020

Accidents, sicknesses, and other health related incidents are to be expected in a school full of just about 2000 students attending La Porte High School. Taking on that many health-related cases would be daunting for anyone in the medical profession, but that didn’t stop Nurse Rachel Cooper from t...

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...

Kabacinski earns All-State Honor Band spot

Kabacinski earns All-State Honor Band spot

Alli Glen, Editor

December 16, 2019

Zach Kabacinski, an eighth grade standout musician at La Porte Middle School, recently received an honor that hasn’t happened in the community for 12 years. Kabacinski was selected with nine other trumpet players in the state for the Junior IBA All-State Honor Band.  Kabacinski was also chos...

Baugh, LPHS students play Santa Claus

Baugh, LPHS students play Santa Claus

Tori Kegebein, Staff Writer

December 11, 2019

Writing Santa Claus a letter has become a tradition for children worldwide, but how many can say that they’ve received a letter back? Thanks to Miss Baugh, English teacher at LPHS, La Porte elementary school students’ dreams are coming true. Five years ago when Baugh began teaching, she also started her o...

LPMB marches at Disney

LPMB marches at Disney

Alli Glen, Editor

December 6, 2019

The La Porte High School Marching Band headed down south for an unforgettable trip to Walt Disney World to be in its annual pre-parade march on November 29th. The band departed for their overnight bus ride on Wednesday, November 27th. They made many stops along the way for lunch and dinner, and the...

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