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...

‘Tis the season for SAT prep

Michelle Graefen, Ava Grubb, Gloria Vargas, Madison Creamer, and Lauren Tacbas

May 22, 2019

On Tuesday, April 9, juniors took one of their first SATs. Along with them, all freshman and sophomores took the PSAT to begin prepping for the SAT. Through tutors, online resources, books, and practice tests juniors have bee...

Living in a more boring version of 1984

Matthew Evers, Nathan Evers, Brendan Daugherty, and Tanner Garbinski

May 22, 2019

Do you ever feel like you are being watched? Well, with the new DyKnow classroom management software, you probably are. After many requests from teachers, the tech services department has been trying out a new monitoring software t...

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...

English teacher warms up with CITGO for the 123rd annual Boston Marathon

Nour Longi, Staff Writer

March 8, 2019

On Monday, April 15, 2019, English teacher Caralyn Forde will run at the 123rd annual Boston Marathon for CITGO. In mid-January CITGO representative, April Elashik, reached out to Lemont High School and other partner schools, ...

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate?

Lauren Tacbas, Staff Writer

March 8, 2019

The new year has brought new threats to global health, with anti-vaxxers being classified as one of the top threats by the World Health Organization. The anti-vax movement is one that promotes the refusal and the elimination of ...

So many snow days!

Madeleine Amberg and Kateland Kirk

March 7, 2019

Unpredictable weather has caused a rollercoaster of events over the past two weeks. As most know, we are infamous for never having snow days; however, that pattern has changed in the recent days. From Jan. 30-31, students had no school due ...

Diving head on into Sectionals

Aleksandra Borek, Staff Writer

February 28, 2019

After placing second in Conference on Feb. 2, the Varsity Boys’ Swim  Team advanced to Sectionals on Saturday, Feb. 16. Where they battled against fourteen other high schools at Lockport and eventually placed in sixth. The...

Kicking off the Super Bowl

Jackson Crispin, Staff Writer

February 20, 2019

  On February 3, 2019 the most watched televised program aired once again. Known as Super Bowl 53, some people watched it for the Pepsi halftime show, some watched it for the hilarious commercials, but most people watched it for ...

Factors that determine calling a snow day

Katelyn Krakar and Leena Alul

February 20, 2019

Looking outside and seeing snow on the ground doesn’t just qualify for the faculty and staff members of LHS to call it off. There are many factors that are reviewed by the district administration. Dr. Mary Ticknor, superintendent of the high...

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