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Crichfield hosts Lunch with a Vet

Crichfield hosts Lunch with a Vet

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November 13, 2018


Filed under Academics, Community, Corporation, Crichfield, Events, Showcase

The Crichfield cafeteria was full of heroes on Monday as the school hosted its first Lunch with a Veteran Day. Close to 100 veterans filed in and out throughout the day to share a meal with their Cougar family members. The heroes found themselves sitting side-by-side with other vets who fought in wa...

Wild goose chase

Wild goose chase

Cedric McCoy, Staff Writer

November 7, 2018


Filed under Corporation, Humans of LP, Opinion, Showcase

A detective’s work is never over. This is Detective McCoy. This is a consort of the current evidence and information I have regarding the situation with our missing subject, The Goose. I am writing this on day 18 of The Chase, and still, we have received just crude, minute clues leading to any su...

LPMB finished season as State Runner-up

LPMB finished season as State Runner-up

Alli Glen, Staff Writer

November 6, 2018


Filed under Arts, Clubs, Community, Corporation, Events, Showcase

The La Porte High School Marching Band and Color Guard finished its season as State Runner up on October 27. The Scholastic Class A finals was set to be held in Indianapolis at Lawrence Central High School on October 20, 2018 but was rescheduled a week later due to intense weather conditions. This g...

150 years: 150 acts of service

150 years: 150 acts of service

Alli Glen, Staff Writer

October 29, 2018


Filed under Community, Corporation, Showcase, Slicer Resources

La Porte High School is celebrating the 150th graduating class by completing 150 acts of service. The administration wants to celebrate the sesquicentennial graduating class in a special way, and the service challenge seemed to be the best fit. Selflessness is the mark of a true Slicer, so 150 act...

Merritt Moves to LPHS

Merritt Moves to LPHS

Alex Kring, Staff Writer

October 29, 2018


Filed under Corporation

A new face has been appearing around La Porte High School, an administrative veteran who has decided to take on a new challenge. Students of Boston will recognize that former assistant principal Andrew Merritt has been working at the high school as the Dean of Attendance. As a former English t...

Boston’s Brew’in Cafe

Boston’s Brew’in Cafe

Alli Glen, Staff Writer

October 17, 2018


Filed under Boston, Events, Humans of LP, Showcase

Boston Middle School’s Brew’in Cafe is up and running for the second year in the Media Center. The cafe is a fun way for community-based students to interact with teachers by bringing them their early morning coffee. “I felt like there were ways in which the Media Center could better serve the com...

Principal for a day

Principal for a day

Alyssa Foster, Editor

October 17, 2018


Filed under Academics, Corporation, Events, Riley, Showcase

After Riley Elementary School’s recent Walk-a-Thon, top-fundraising students were rewarded with an unordinary treat: They were given the opportunity to be the “principal for a day.” The Walk-a-Thon, Riley’s biggest fundraiser for the year, brought in over $13,500. The three top collectors, Alexi...

La Porte Community School Corporation to Celebrate Completion of Performing Arts Center with Ribbon Cutting Event on Oct. 16

La Porte Community School Corporation to Celebrate Completion of Performing Arts Center with Ribbon Cutting Event on Oct. 16

Greater La Porte Chamber of Commerce

October 6, 2018


Filed under Community, Corporation, Events, Showcase, Uncategorized

LA PORTE, IN — La Porte Community School Corporation will celebrate the completion of its new Performing Arts Center with a Ribbon Cutting & Open House event on Oct. 16 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at La Porte High School, 602 F. Street in La Porte. The ribbon cutting will take place at 6 p.m. and wil...

LPHS FFA starts strong with a new school year

LPHS FFA starts strong with a new school year

Mallory Warner, Staff writer

October 5, 2018


Filed under Clubs, Community, Corporation, Events

The LaPorte High School FFA chapter is looking forward to another school year jam packed with activities, community outreach, and fun. The FFA program makes a positive impact on students lives by developing their potential leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education. Co...

Influencing the next generation of musicians

Influencing the next generation of musicians

Cedric McCoy, staff writer

October 5, 2018


Filed under Arts, Corporation, Humans of LP, Kesling, Showcase

Quality educators result in quality students. Mr. Klipper is the director of music at Kesling Middle School. He is a Butler University alumni with a degree in music education, and his primary instrument is the clarinet. “At Kesling, we have 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Band, as well as Exploratory Music. ...

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