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#1StudentNWI: Month of March 2017 at Chesterton High School

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What’s going on...
On March 13, a herd of excited juniors gathered near the stairwell, swarming a display case containing a single yellow sheet of paper. The paper contained the names of over a hundred juniors, and two seniors, who had been inducted into National Honor Society. Now, all the students are looking forward to the induction ceremony taking place March 22 at 7 pm.

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#1StudentNWI: Fantastic February Recap at Kouts, Making Way for a Magnificent March

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Spectacular Students:
While Kouts is filled with amazing athletes that deserve credit for all their amazing dedication, some specific individuals deserve recognition.

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#1StudentNWI: Brickies Ring in Spring with Springfest and a Shakespearean Comedy

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The importance behind Springfest
This past Friday, March 17, Hobart High School held it’s 6th annual Springfest for the enjoyment of the entire Hobart community.

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#1StudentNWI: Lacrosse High School's Unpredictable Month of March

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What's Happening?
National Honor Society recently took a trip to Chicago’s Navy Pier to see a Shakespeare play and the sights around that area. The play this year was Romeo and Juliet abridged, which the Shakespeare Theatre Company put their own personal spins onto, such as having Benvolio, a friend of Romeo’s, be played by a girl, and having the scene where Romeo and Juliet meet feature intense modern music.

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#1StudentNWI: La Porte High School Spotlight and Artistic Variety

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Student Spotlight: Jordyn Caviggiola
For junior student Jordyn Caviggiola, dancing has been a part of as long she can remember. She dances solely for personal benefit and the happiness it brings her.

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#1StudentNWI: Boone Grove Marches On

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Teacher Spotlight: Edward Ivanyo
Mr. Ivanyo is always somewhere in the Boone Grove halls, he's always watching over the students, like a noble knight. But, do we acknowledge him as much as we should?

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#1StudentNWI: Michigan City Wolves Highlight Competitive Spirit in March

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RoboBlitz Competes for Steampunk Glory
RoboBlitz, the high school-level robotics team of Michigan City sponsored by Safe Harbor, took on their first of many competitions last weekend with their newly-built robot and a powerful steampunk spirit.

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#1StudentNWI: Indians Comes “Marching” Into Spring with Plenty to Celebrate

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Recap
March is a month that usually brings much excitement to areas like Northwest Indiana. Spring is just a few weeks away, baseball fields are getting prepared for thrilling games and for students spring break is right around the corner. For the Indians of Lake Central, however, it is what is going on in school that has students ready to buckle up for an exciting ride to the end of the school year.

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#1StudentNWI: Portage Students Plan to Take on the World

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Student in the Spotlight
Although Senior Jonathan Moran is new to Portage High School, he has received some of Portage High School’s greatest awards and has made some great accomplishments himself. Moran and his younger brother Jacob made this move last fall from Crown Point High School.

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#1StudentNWI: One of Washington Township’s Hardest Workers, Janet Wade

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As a graduating senior, you have most likely had a specific teacher for, at the most, three years. It is rare to find a teacher that is there at your kindergarten and senior graduation.

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#1StudentNWI: Speech and Debate Success, and Say Yes to the Dress at Crown Point High School

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There's Just Something About Speech and Debate
Public speaking can be daunting for some, but for those in Speech and Debate club at Crown Point High School, it’s no big deal.

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