• Winning the crown

    Winning the crown

    Maddy Horn and Roderick Marzo

    October 5, 2018

    The Homecoming selections took place on September 28, and the results revealed a massive amount of pride and excitement among the student body. “The group of kids that were both nominated and selected are very good leaders throughout the school and always step up making sure every student feels comforta...

    Senior Homecoming King (Cade Campos) and Queen (Marissa Loisi) presented with their crowns.

  • Getting punny during spirit week

    Getting punny during spirit week

    Ava Grubb and Madison Creamer

    October 1, 2018

    On Tuesday, the students participated in ”That’s so Punny day” for the 2018 Homecoming spirit week. Each day, students dress up and perform skits to gain points for their class and show school spirit. On day two, students dressed up as their favorite puns and memes, many recreating them for skits....

    (Left to right) Juniors Amy Schwem, Sophie Tally, Lea Gaetto, Morgan Wrublik and Abbey Ascoloni dressed up as “Spice Girls” for Pun day.

  • Spreading positivity around school

    Spreading positivity around school

    Natalie Palarz and Maddy Horn

    September 25, 2018

    Walking through the hallways of LHS, you might notice the positive posters that were hung up by DHH students Hezekiah Robertson and Kaitlyn Catalano. The posters were hung up before school started on Monday, Sep. 3 to make sure students can spread a positive message before Suicide Prevention Week takes p...

    “Without the signs, I really don’t think as many people would be aware of Suicide Prevention Week going on. I loved getting the tearable notes from my friends in the hallways!” said senior Maggie O’Brien. It’s clear that the signs were able to raise a lot of awareness by themselves.

    Natalie Palarz

  • Students take advantage of their resource(s)

    Students take advantage of their resource(s)

    Katie Knutte, Staff Writer and Copy Editor

    February 26, 2018

    On Sept. 12, at 9 a.m., students in W317 were typing away on their computers. Mr. Erik Murry, a special education teacher who leads a Resource class, explained the purpose of the junior/senior class. Murry said, “[The class is to]-help students prioritize and set goals they can achieve in the cla...

    Resource students busy at work on their computers in W317.

    Katie Knutte

Winning the crown
Juniors win food drive, still lose spirit week
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Winning the crown
  • Juniors win food drive, still lose spirit week October 5, 2018
  • Sizzling Skits Stir Up Some School Spirit October 5, 2018
  • Class color day causes controversy October 5, 2018
  • Tom-Tom reporters excel at IHSA State Journalism meet May 1, 2018
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Lemont High School's Culinary Arts class participated in the first annual Chili Cook-off. The class consists of juniors and seniors that were broken up...

Winning the crown
Juniors win food drive, still lose spirit week

Juniors win food drive, still lose spirit week

October 5, 2018

Sizzling Skits Stir Up Some School Spirit

October 5, 2018

Class color day causes controversy

Class color day causes controversy

October 5, 2018

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Quote of the Week

“I can be changed by what happens to me, but I refuse to be reduced by it.”

—​ Maya Angelou

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