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Scott sews hope

Scott sews hope

LPCSC News

April 5, 2020

There is a famous Mister Rogers quote that tells people to look to the helpers during scary times. One needs to look no further than to LPHS social studies teacher Kelly Scott, who when she is not navigating the uncharted waters of full-time eLearning is making desperately needed masks for medical profes...

Gray’s Impact

Gray’s Impact

Jamaal Salary, Staff Writer

April 5, 2020

Marcus Gray, La Porte junior, has been putting in the time to become a leader on the field and on the track. Gray has been a two-sport athlete for the La Porte Football and Track programs since his freshman year, and he has accumulated many accomplishments such as lettering twice in football and track inc...

Hoop Dreams: Ethan Osowski

Hoop Dreams: Ethan Osowski

Jamaal Salary, Staff Writer

April 5, 2020

Ethan Osowski, La Porte basketball junior, is making strides to have a strong senior year after an upsetting loss to rival Michigan City. Osowski has been in the varsity lineup for the La Porte boys’ basketball team since his freshman year. Osowski has made many accomplishments in his high schoo...

Manering wraps up long successful career at LPCSC

Manering wraps up long successful career at LPCSC

Alli Glen, Editor

March 31, 2020

After 44 years of being a key member of the LaPorte Community School Corporation, Mr. Steve Manering is wrapping up his long career in education.  Manering started 44 years ago as a Crichfield Elementary School teacher. He taught there for 11 years before heading over to Boston Middle School to beco...

Celebrating National Women’s Month in a Time of Isolation

Celebrating National Women’s Month in a Time of Isolation

Alex Kring, Staff Writer

March 27, 2020

Since the ‘80s, the month of March has been dedicated to the women of history and today who are making an impact in the world.. For one whole month, the achievements and triumphs of women are kept in the minds of many.  Women have been crucial to the fabric of this country and the world, often l...

Marxman works endlessly no matter the circumstances

Marxman works endlessly no matter the circumstances

Alli Glen, Editor

March 18, 2020

Despite the current world crisis happening all around, a bright light at LPHS is pushing through the difficulties and working endlessly to ensure her hard work and determination is the leading force. LPHS junior, Rebecca Marxman is nearly finishing her high school chapter, and she is doing it with such g...

Mrs. Salyer helps Slicers succeed in math

Mrs. Salyer helps Slicers succeed in math

Tori Kegebein, Staff Writer

March 10, 2020

Learning math at LPHS has been as easy as one, two, three ever since Mrs. Salyer made her debut here in 2015. Salyer was raised on a farm in North Liberty, Indiana. While she grew up working, she actually didn’t start college directly out of high school. Salyer started taking classes at age 25 a...

Braiden Thornton: LPHS’ weatherman

Braiden Thornton: LPHS’ weatherman

Alex Kring, Staff Writer

March 3, 2020

Coming in like a thunderstorm, sophomore Braiden Thornton has become the most popular weatherman in all of La Porte. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday he delivers well-constructed and detailed weather reports to the students of LPHS during SRT. Starting just a few weeks ago, Thornton has become one of the mo...

Nisley wrestles at State

Nisley wrestles at State

Jamaal Salary, Staff Writer

March 2, 2020

Senior Tyson Nisley had a stellar season come to an end after he competed in the IHSAA Wrestling State Tournament on February 21st. Nisley has been a varsity starter for the La Porte wrestling program since his sophomore year, and he has accomplished many milestones in his high school career including...

Making the world more awesome: Scroggin inspires kindness at Hailmann

Making the world more awesome: Scroggin inspires kindness at Hailmann

LPCSC News

February 28, 2020

In a sometimes dark world, there is unyielding need for a spark of light--one that provides hope and love and shows the world that good will always prevail in the end. There are few lights that shine brighter than Hailmann third grade teacher Laurie Scroggin. Scroggin, a lifelong Slicer, taught at Handl...

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