Student Spotlight: Wyatt Simic
Wyatt Simic is a senior at La Crosse High School. Unlike most of the students who do the regular curriculum, he takes classes at the trade school, AK Smith.
All Star Wrestlers
The Griffith High School wrestling team gained a new coach; Adam Garcia. A vast majority of this years team consisted of underclassman and athletes who have never wrestled in the past. With this being said, the returning wrestlers had no idea what they should expect for their 2017 season.
How Many Schools Do This?
On the surprisingly sunny day of February 2nd, there was a commotion on the Lake Road as the entire student body made their way down to the Marsch Gym. School had ended early at 2:15 P.M. in lieu of something a tad more exciting. As students trickled in, each were told to stand next to their respective Head Cup team flag and await further instructions. It was time to begin the major winter battle for Head Cup team points.
Teacher Spotlight: Mrs. Lebo
Mrs. Lebo has been a teacher at LPHS for the last 27 years, and she has not slowed down a single bit throughout that time.
Student Spotlight: Michael Downham
"At the beginning of my high school career, if I would have seen myself, I would say that I was isolated and antisocial."
Swim Girls Break School Records at Sectionals
The Girls of Hobart Swimming made great accomplishments at Swimming Sectionals on Thursday, Feb. 2, as well as Saturday, Feb. 4.
Spanish Students Experience Culture Through Cuisine
Michigan City High School’s Spanish 4 students literally got a taste of the many cultures surrounding their chosen language on a trip to The Mango Cafe and La Panaderia Central in South Bend, IN on February 3.
School Pep Spirit
The month of February is highlighted by Valentine’s Day. Love is in the air and the colors red and pink are covering everything. The love is definitely in the air at Lake Central High School. The year began with the strength of school spirit within the student body being somewhat questioned, but those questions have been answered.
DECA-Distributive Education Clubs of America. This is what it used to stand for, but now it means nothing.
The fire truck and police sirens weren’t going off for a fire call on Saturday night, Jan. 21st. The sirens were for the Westville Varsity Boy’s Basketball team winning the Porter County Conference Tournament. That Saturday will go down in the record books, the Blackhawks won the PCC Tourney for the first time since its beginning.
For Kouts patrons and students, basketball season is equivalent to a football season. Kouts thrives in the season that celebrates sweaty students, iconic plays, ticking anticipation, and determination. So, when basketball season rolls around, not only do the students explode in enthusiasm. The parents, grandparents, foes, longtime pals, and players crowd in for the game. From there these odd groups of people hop place to place as the basketball boys play, lose, win, and share in every fantastic moment. Plus, wherever you’re from, whether it be the opposing side that night, or right in your home gym, basketball brings about this sense of competition. It rials up the most unenthusiastic crowd.