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Lute-Brown touches heart and minds

Lute-Brown touches heart and minds

Olivia Wright, Staff Writer June 7, 2021

La Porte schools have been fortunate to have a staff of amazing educators who genuinely care about and love their jobs. Mrs. Lute-Brown, English teacher at LPHS, has consistently shown her adoration for...

Satchwell signing out

Satchwell signing out

Tori Satchwell, Staff Writer June 4, 2021

Some aspects of me never changed while attending high school: my love for my childhood, for dumb movies that make me cry from laughing, and for Tik Tok, of course. However, throughout the years I noticed...

Once a Slicer always a Slicer: Ally Zila

Once a Slicer always a Slicer: Ally Zila

Ally Zila, Staff Writer June 3, 2021

It’s true when they say that high school flies by extremely fast.  When I first came into LaPorte High School, the word terrified couldn’t even begin to describe what I thought the next four years...

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...

LaPorte girls tennis volleys for a successful season

LaPorte girls tennis volleys for a successful season

Ally Zila, Staff Writer June 2, 2021

The LaPorte High School Girls’ Tennis team served up an ace this season.  After losing last season due to COVID-19, the LPGT picked up right where they left off and with even more hunger this time.  “I...

AP Literature survival guide

AP Literature survival guide

Tori Satchwell, Staff Writer May 27, 2021

As the juniors begin their senior year, one class might already have them stressed out: AP Literature. I am here to assure them that everything will be alright. As an AP Literature survivor, here are my...

McGuire to leave LPHS

McGuire to leave LPHS

Tori Satchwell, Staff Writer May 24, 2021

Beloved English teacher Mrs. McGuire is leaving LaPorte High School after six years to teach at Penn High School.  Wanting to spend more time with her daughter, McGuire made the tough decision to transfer...

LPHS art program gives back to the community

LPHS art program gives back to the community

Ally Zila, Staff Writer May 20, 2021

Marybeth Lebo, LPHS art teacher, and her students are leaving their artistic fingerprints around the community. Always looking for ways to enrich the community and show students the power of giving...

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...

A Whole World of Good shapes LaPorte

A Whole World of Good shapes LaPorte

Ally Zila, Staff Writer May 18, 2021

Whether it’s coming in to enjoy the food and drinks or browsing vintage items and goods from around the world, LaPorte has a new gem in A Whole World of Good.  A Whole World of Good offers a wide...

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