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Up and coming mathematician

Up and coming mathematician

Mia Pollock, Staff Writer September 16, 2021

In a sea full of seniors, one sophomore stands out. Carter Moses has found solace in the most complex of equations, which has led to him being the sole 10th grade student in AP Calculus. Moses’ advanced...

Slater soars to administration

Slater soars to administration

Olivia Wright, Editor September 13, 2021

Though many LPCSC staff members have retired or moved around this school year, there is one educator who teachers and students are glad to see in the hallways still- Mr. Slater. Formerly a history teacher...

The First Amendment and Its Effects on Students Inside Schools

The First Amendment and Its Effects on Students Inside Schools

Amelia Hall, Staff Writer September 8, 2021

According to the US Constitution, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or...

From the stage to the school room

From the stage to the school room

Ali Hammoud, Staff Writer September 8, 2021

The Slicer Performing Arts staff has gained an invaluable asset for its student actors: Roberto Sanchez. A native of Ecuador and an actor skilled in his field, Sanchez is a fantastic new teacher deserving...

Ramer prepares period packs for LPHS students

Ramer prepares period packs for LPHS students

Breanna Wilson, Staff Writer September 3, 2021

Mrs. Ramer, the LaPorte High School Child Development teacher, has recently gained community attention through her idea to provide feminine hygiene products to LaPorte Community Schools. Ramer came up...

Hunt hikes up to assistant principal

Hunt hikes up to assistant principal

Olivia Wright, Editor September 1, 2021

Though LPHS is undergoing many changes regarding teachers and staff, there is one staff member who has remained constant throughout the years: Mrs. Jennifer Hunt.  After starting out as the newspaper...

LaPorte High School reacts to Delta Variant

LaPorte High School reacts to Delta Variant

Maya Oswald, Staff Writer August 31, 2021

The 2021-2022 school year is opening with many new opportunities when it comes to the protocol in regards to COVID-19. The previous year was unprecedented with the virus integrating itself into everyday...

Senior Goodbye: Tori Kegebein

Senior Goodbye: Tori Kegebein

Tori Kegebein, Editor June 3, 2021

When I started kindergarten in 2008, I cried every single school day for hours, begging the teachers to let my mom come pick me up and take me home. There wasn’t any specific reason for it other than...

Kremke, DeWolf win Teacher of the Year award

Kremke, DeWolf win Teacher of the Year award

LPCSC News May 19, 2021

Helen Kremke and Bonnie DeWolf have been named the Elementary and Secondary Teacher of the Year for La Porte Community School Corporation. The Teacher of the Year program was started this school year...

Envirothon places fourth at state

Envirothon places fourth at state

Olivia Wright, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

LPHS’s Envirothon team placed fourth at the virtual state competition. This year has been unlike any other in terms of how the competitions are held, but the team persisted nonetheless.  The small...

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