Post Prom Recap
As April ends and May begins, many students have started to look back on this year’s education.
Learn Today to Excel Tomorrow Banquet
The top 10 percent of the LPHS Class of 2017 and their educator of choice gathered at the Silver Palace on May 1st to celebrate all of their success throughout their time in school.
This occasion was kindly sponsored by the Rotary Club, so everyone at the event was able to just enjoy the night and the incredible food. The night consisted of inducting three new members into the Learn Today to Excel tomorrow Hall of Fame, honoring the two students from every grade who won the Most Outstanding Student award, and hearing speeches from the top senior students about why they chose their most influential educator.
“The banquet was so much fun! I’m so proud of all the students and teachers for their success stories. It was inspirational to...
Mrs. Denger y la familia de La Crosse
It is not easy to learn how to use an entirely new subset of words, and even harder to use them fluently. Mrs. Denger is the one and only Spanish teacher at La Crosse, and her teaching methods and positive attitude make a new language a fun task to conquer.
The LPHS Winter Guard team has been hard at work these last couple months preparing for competitions and then dominating in nearly every single one.
Wolves to Perform Neil Simon Classic: The Female Odd Couple
The wolves are breaking out a game of Trivial Pursuit rather than some poker cards in Neil Simon’s The Female Odd Couple on April 21 and 22 at 7:00 pm and April 23 at 2:00 pm in the Jesse B. Rogers auditorium.
The bleachers bounced and bucked like a bronco as hundreds of screaming fans dressed in blue and white jumped up and down frantically. Suddenly, a hush fell over the crowd as the net effortless swished not once but twice. A buzzer was sounded, the bleachers that were buckling just moments before were empty as the entire La Lumiere student body poured into the court to surround their team. La Lumiere boy’s basketball team had officially won Dick’s Nationals. They were rightfully crowned the best basketball team in the nation.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.