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A change in path lands LaRocco at LPHS

A change in path lands LaRocco at LPHS

Olivia Wright, Staff Writer February 25, 2021

More often than not, life turns out different than originally planned and takes a turn. Ms. LaRocco, LPHS business teacher, can attest to that. Before starting her teaching career, LaRocco attended...

Elementary counselors go above and beyond

Elementary counselors go above and beyond

Ally Zila, Staff Writer February 23, 2021

Life as a counselor is difficult enough, but this year has taken it to a new level.  The elementary school counselors are working hard in order to make sure the students are doing well during these...

LPCSC hires communications director

LPCSC hires communications director

Ally Zila, Staff Writer February 22, 2021

Erin Meyer, new Communications Director for LaPorte Community School Corporation, has been added to the district team to streamline and enhance corporation communications. Meyer has many roles and responsibilities....

Lenig finds her niche for LPCSC

Lenig finds her niche for LPCSC

Olivia Wright, Staff Writer February 8, 2021

School counselors are crucial components in any educational environment. Despite the challenges brought by this school year, counselors have remained resilient and positive through it all. Mrs. Lenig,...

New teachers for the AP courses at LPHS

New teachers for the AP courses at LPHS

Tori Kegebein, Editor January 12, 2021

This year, many students at LPHS signed up to take AP courses. Because of this, LPHS changed how many teachers are taking on the AP classes that are offered to give teachers variety in what they teach. The...

Sanders set to retire in 2021

Sanders set to retire in 2021

Tori Satchwell, Staff Writer December 15, 2020

While empowering all of the people around her, Denise Sanders inspires everyone she comes into contact to as the principal of Hailmann Elementary School.   Sanders spent seventeen years as a teacher;...

SAT in La Porte High School during a pandemic

SAT in La Porte High School during a pandemic

Alex Kring, Staff Writer December 2, 2020

Even with COVID-19 gripping the world, the SAT exam is still on the to-do lists of many high school students. With the test still being used for admittance to numerous universities, students are trying...

Slicer Champions Mentoring Program helps students succeed through connection

Slicer Champions Mentoring Program helps students succeed through connection

Tori Kegebein, Editor October 30, 2020

LPHS’ Slicer Champions Mentoring Program is a program that debuted in 2017 and was created to provide extra support for students in need of help specifically from adults. Slicer Champions recruits...

Briggs continues to change lives

Briggs continues to change lives

Alex Kring, Staff Writer October 29, 2020

During adolescence, the kind of teacher a student has can deeply affect his or her outlook on education, themselves, and the world. A strong teacher can make a child grow to excel in their classes and...

LPHS love birds: the Tuholskis

LPHS love birds: the Tuholskis

Tori Kegebein, Editor September 29, 2020

At LPHS there are many admirable staff members and teachers. Two of these teachers are especially unique because they have been in love since their sophomore year of high school. It all started when...

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