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LPCSC to add Project Lead the Way classes in elementary schools

LPCSC to add Project Lead the Way classes in elementary schools

LPCSC

March 23, 2019


Filed under Academics, Community, Corporation, Humans of LP, Showcase

La Porte Community School Corporation will be adding new Project Lead the Way (PLTW) classes to all eight elementary schools for the 2019-2020 school year. PLTW is a hands-on learning approach that utilizes STEM curriculum to enhance student learning in various high demand skill areas. “The corpor...

Sanders Sister’s story

Sanders Sister’s story

Alli Glen, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019


Filed under Academics, Community, Corporation, Humans of LP, Showcase

The Sanders twins have shown that even the quietest of people have a story to tell. Even though many have rarely heard sophomores Alexandrea and Brittney Sanders speak, the two have published a book called Crushin’ It on Wattpad, a website for budding authors, in October of 2018. The idea of writing a bo...

Growing goals with Mrs. Tuholski

Growing goals with Mrs. Tuholski

Emily Conrad, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019


Filed under Humans of LP, Uncategorized

Starting next year, Mrs. Tuholski is going to be parting ways with LPHS and taking on the new intermediate school. Tuholski will be teaching agriculture, looking to bridge the gap our food takes from the farm to the table. She hopes to incorporate many components of farming into her agriculture c...

LPHS says ‘Yes to the Dress’

LPHS says ‘Yes to the Dress’

Payton Neely, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019


Filed under Community, Events, Humans of LP, Showcase

LPHS students are preparing to Say Yes to the Dress. Say Yes to the Dress is an event that gives all girls the opportunity to attend Prom wearing a beautiful dress that they love. The dresses do not cost anything to them, and any student at LPHS who is eligible to go to Prom may wear one. The...

Former Slicer creates scrunchie line

Former Slicer creates scrunchie line

payton neely, staff writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Humans of LP, Showcase

Lauren Anglin’s scrunchies have taken the people of LP for a loop, but in the happiest and most exciting way possible. Anglin started making her own scrunchies in October of 2018 as a Halloween accessory for her and her sister but soon found it became a passion. Her main spark for the scrunchie b...

Mixing facts and feelings: Doty inspires at LPHS

Mixing facts and feelings: Doty inspires at LPHS

Alli Glen, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Academics, Community, Corporation, Humans of LP, Showcase

Out of the many science teachers in LPHS, Biology teacher Mr. Doty has set himself apart in many ways. Whether it be his big win in the staff chili cook-off or the diverse ways he teaches and coaches his students, Doty knows how to bring fun into everything he does. Doty hasn’t always lived in Northwest Indi...

Shuble eyes Art Institute

Shuble eyes Art Institute

Alli Glen, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019


Filed under Academics, Arts, Community, Corporation, Humans of LP, Showcase

Senior Alaura Shuble is about to take her talents to the Windy City. Shuble recently found out that she was accepted into her dream school, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Ever since Shuble was a little girl, art has always been her passion. She was raised without the typical access to televis...

STEAMing in Slicer Resource Time

STEAMing in Slicer Resource Time

Alyssa Foster, Editor

March 5, 2019


Filed under Academics, Community, Events, Humans of LP, Showcase

Freshmen students at LPHS battled local engineers in a STEM based activity Tuesday morning. Equipped with 20 spaghetti noodles, one marshmallow, a yard of tape, and 20 minutes, teams were challenged to see who could build the tallest freestanding tower. RQAW, local engineering and architecture firm, ...

Collins: The foundations of success

Collins: The foundations of success

Cedric McCoy, Staff Writer

March 5, 2019


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

Not unlike the band and choir programs, LPHS has had an equally successful Orchestra program for nearly three decades. Undoubtedly, a large amount of the program’s success can be attributed to none other than its director, Pete Collins. “I started teaching here in the summer of 1989. I was looking ...

Moss and Novak proceed to State

Moss and Novak proceed to State

Cedric McCoy, Staff Writer

March 4, 2019


Filed under Academics, Clubs, Humans of LP, Showcase

Yet another LPHS student team will attend a competition at the state level; this time, however, in a unique and new event. Seniors Mitchell Moss and Zachary Novak recently participated in the SkillsUSA Television Production Contest at the Elkhart Career Center. SkillsUSA is a national organization tha...

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