Homecoming Week Photos

Rhiannon Swanson, Managing Editor

October 18, 2019

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Pourquoi apprendre le français

Pourquoi apprendre le français

Brooke Meadowcroft

October 1, 2019

Comme l’été a fini et l’année scolaire a commencé, il y a beaucoup de choses qui ont changées pour moi. Cépendant, une chose qui n’a pas changée est que je suis toujours dans la classe de français. Et parce que c’est ma dernière année à GNHS, je suis dans la classe de AP. Pendant les...

National Hispanic Institute: ¿Qué Es? y ¿Para Qué Me Sirve?

Abigail Oviedo

October 1, 2019

El National Hispanic Institute, o NHI, es una organización dedicada a servir a los futuros líderes de nuestra comunidad hispana global. Yo participé en NHI el verano de 2019 y participé en el programa, The Great Debate, o El Gran Debate. El Gran Debate es un programa para los jóvenes en el primer...

Share America students explore U.S.

Gracie Schultz, Co- Executive Editor

October 1, 2019

This year’s six exchange students from the Share America program arrived on Wednesday, September 4, ready to meet their host families for the month long trip. The Berna family and the Mutter family are two families who decided to host students from Spain this year. Senior Chloe Berna has been a host...

Outstanding Acts of Kindness

Outstanding Acts of Kindness

Michelle Szul, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2019

As any day in high school goes, there are always going to be individuals who are having a bad day. Maybe someone just failed a test they studied hard for or simply woke up on the wrong side of the bed. Everyone deserves to be treated kindly, and on these days, especially an act of kindness, even the...

New Superfan Leaders

Maggie Walker, Sports Editor

October 1, 2019

Superfans have been around for years, creating hype for whatever game they choose to attend, they come into the field dressed up with a theme and ready to cheer. “I kind of just get crazy; it’s kind of contagious. So I just try to get as crazy as I can and really go all in,” said senior Ralf Landmesser This...

Use of media incorporated into school

Isaiah McIntyre, Sports Editor

October 1, 2019

The use of media in school has helped students finish their work and get a source of information around the school. Schoology is an example of a source of media that teachers and staff give out that helps them give information to find what assignments students need to complete or upcoming events happening...

ESL students share learning journey

Michelle Szul, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2019

Can you speak another language? If not, you fit into the 80 percent of the United States that is monolingual. With more than half of the world being bilingual and having the U.S be built up of immigrants, it’s quite a surprising statistic that only 15-20 percent of Americans consider themselves as...

Teachers create policies for cell phones

Gracie Schultz, Co- Executive Editor

October 1, 2019

Throughout the course of a few years, technology has improved in many different ways. Due to the improvements, there has been an increase in the use of social media and technology within the school. “Cell phones have been crucial to our learning environment. Before we were one-to-one, we were dependent...

Social media has pros and cons

Miranda Rogina, News Editor

October 1, 2019

Social media is seen more and more in everyday lives. This media growth can have both a positive and negative effect on society and future generations. According to “Small Business Trends,” before 1997, social networking did not exist. Yet in only 22 years, over 65 social networking sites have been...

North welcomes new teachers, staff

Nadia Hernandez, Co- Executive Editor

October 1, 2019

As North welcomes 11 new faculty members, they start to embrace the Knight community within their classrooms. The staff range from those who are beginning to teach to those who are transferring from neighboring schools. Social Studies Department Chair Adrijana Bisevac comes from related school Grayslake...

Frau Dus-Bacic

Frau Dus-Bacic

September 30, 2019

Hallo Grayslake North! Ich heiße Johanna Dus-Bacic und ich bin die neue Deutschlehrerin hier an der Schule. Ich bin verheiratet und habe zwei Kinder. Mein Mann, Dinko, ist Kroate und Professor an Loyola. Mein Sohn Karl ist 10 Jahre alt und er geht in die 6. Klasse. Er mag Mathe und liebt Fußball wie...

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