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National Counselor Week: LPHS Counselors

National Counselor Week: LPHS Counselors

Alli Glen, Staff Writer

February 11, 2019

La Porte High School would not be the same without the wonderful counselors. They are helpful to staff and students in any way they possibly can. The LPHS counselors plan schedules, guide students through high school and for the future, give strong advice, and they are always there to listen if there...

PAC changes the game

PAC changes the game

Cedric McCoy, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019

One of the most notable developments in the La Porte Community School Corporation for the 2018-2019 school year has been that of the Performing Arts Center at the high school. As of this article, there have been performances by the band, orchestra, choir, and musical theater group. Each director s...

Patience is a virtue

Patience is a virtue

Cedric McCoy, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019

“Be honest and a hard working individual, even when you have obstacles in your life.”

Finding his footing: Timmons grows into a Slicer favorite

Finding his footing: Timmons grows into a Slicer favorite

Alli Glen, Staff Writer

February 4, 2019

A fresh face in the English department is in his second year at LPHS and has already proven that he is one awesome educator.  Mr. Timmons teaches freshmen English. He’s in his third year all together, spending his first year at Warsaw High School. Timmons, a Valpo native, moved back up to La Porte when his rela...

Connecting in the cold

Connecting in the cold

LPCSC, Staff Writer

February 3, 2019

Five straight days off of school can feel like an eternity, but LPCSC staff members decided to make the best of a rough weather situation by bring some love and ingenuity to the families of La Porte. With bitterly cold temps and snow wreaking havoc in the area, the La Porte Community School Corpora...

Hailmann holds Wild Card

Hailmann holds Wild Card

LPCSC, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

The Hailmann staff knows the way to win in the game of education is to hold the Wild Card, and this year, they are going all in. The Huskies are turning the stereotypical look of school on its head by taking part in the Wild Card Challenge. The challenge is from the educational book The Wild Card, ...

Compassion meets empowerment

Compassion meets empowerment

Emily Conrad, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

Every teacher has a story. For Boston Middle School social studies teacher Holly Welsh, her pages are filled with care, leadership, and kindness. It is clear her story’s setting was always meant to be in a classroom, even though it wasn’t where she thought she would end up. Welsh’s original p...

Neely thrives in the Windy City

Neely thrives in the Windy City

Payton Neely, Staff writer

January 7, 2019

Former Slicer Heather Neely is taking big steps in advancing her future in Property Management, and her work ethic is leading to amazing opportunities. In the summer of 2018, Neely had just finished her second year of college and was looking for places to conduct an official internship. That’s whe...

Once a Slicer always a Slicer: Jonah Cedar Class of 2015

Once a Slicer always a Slicer: Jonah Cedar Class of 2015

Cedric McCoy, Staff Writer

January 7, 2019

“I am a person the believes that every part of your story is important…[for me], being a Slicer especially, [has been] the most important part [of my life] so far."

Once a Slicer always a Slicer: Sammi Cains – Class of 2007

Once a Slicer always a Slicer: Sammi Cains – Class of 2007

Alex Kring, Staff Writer

December 30, 2018

Former Slicer Sammi Cains has been making a name in the film industry. Many Slicer graduates take journeys far and wide once leaving LPHS. For one in particular, she had found herself venturing to the Big Apple and the City of Angels, following and chasing her dreams. Having worked for Paramou...

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