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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...

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....

Combs' crocheted creations

Combs’ crocheted creations

Tori Satchwell, Staff Writer February 9, 2021

Crocheting has always been a passion for sophomore Samantha Combs. From a young age she remembers playing with crochet hooks. Recently, Combs has taken her passion and transformed it into a business.  Combs...

FFA fights through COVID

FFA fights through COVID

Olivia Wright, Staff Writer February 9, 2021

Clubs, sports, and activities have had to be flexible and persistent throughout the school year due to the Coronavirus. One in particular, Future Farmers of America, has endured challenges due to the nature...

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,...

Wilke stays positive while teaching during COVID

Wilke stays positive while teaching during COVID

Olivia Wright, Staff Writer February 3, 2021

Teaching math is challenging as is, but it has been a particularly challenging feat this school year with safety regulations and technology posing difficulties for all teachers. Despite these challenges,...

Lindeman continues to leave his mark

Lindeman continues to leave his mark

Ally Zila, Staff Writer February 2, 2021

Paul Lindeman, Genetics and Biology teacher at LaPorte High School, has been sharing his love of science to students at LPHS for the last 37 years.  Lindeman was born into a family of teachers, with...

Class of 2021 early graduates take the next step

Class of 2021 early graduates take the next step

Tori Kegebein, Editor February 2, 2021

With the first semester of the 2020/2021 school year closing in, several LPHS seniors are graduating early and stepping into the next chapter of their lives.. COVID-19 has taken a toll on various aspects...

Elementary specials adjust with COVID

Elementary specials adjust with COVID

Ally Zila, Staff Writer January 28, 2021

The elementary school specials--gym, music, art, Project Lead The Way (PLTW)--have been taking extra precautions this school year so that the students can be both safe and have fun. Jim Pedretti, P.E....

Dawson develops students’ minds

Dawson develops students’ minds

Tori Kegebein, Editor January 21, 2021

Teachers have been faced with many challenges this year due to COVID-19, but Mrs. Dawson has found a way to persist and keep strong connections with students despite all of it. This is Dawson’s ninth...

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