Students, staff reflect on eLearning day

Ava Grubb, Staff Writer

May 22, 2019

On Monday, April 29 Lemont High School had their first ever e-learning day to make up snow days from earlier in the year. The e-learning  day was used as a test run to help the administration decide if this is a route the school w...

School goes digital with eLearning day

Chris Duda, Roderick Marzo, Alex Styrczula, Michael Valenti, and Jackson Crispin

May 22, 2019

On April 29, the school will pilot an eLearning day. Students won’t physically attend school, but will rather take their own attendance from home. They are still expected to participate and learn, but will use their computers to...

Getting worked up over homework

Roderick Marzo, Staff Writer

March 8, 2019

Homework - love it or hate it, every student has had to confront it. Though some find the practice unnecessary, there are others who see it as a means of refining a student’s proficiency. Homework is given to students as a resource;...

Getting jazzy

Lauren Toma, Staff Writer

March 7, 2019

On Saturday March 2, the 30th Annual Lemont High School Band Benefit Dinner Dance will be held at DiNolfo’s Banquets in Homer Glen. Dinner, dancing, and music produced by the schools jazz bands serves as entertainment for all...

Sizzling Skits Stir Up Some School Spirit

Tanner Grabinski and Madisyn Lambrakis

October 5, 2018

Tensions arise as Spirit Week begins during the week of September 24th. The week is intended to unite the school as one and gain school spirit before the big homecoming game on Friday. The grades compete against one another for...

Tom-Tom reporters excel at IHSA State Journalism meet

May 1, 2018

Seniors Peyton Jay and Emily Krivograd attended the 2018 IHSA State Journalism meet at Eastern Illinois University on Friday, April 27. Jay competed in the Editorial Writing category and placed 5th in state.  Krivograd ...