Knight in Shining Armor, Charlie Lay

Gracie Schultz, Production Editor

May 14, 2019

Student Council has been a huge part of sophomore Charlie Lay’s life. He has committed his free time to coming to school for events through Student Council ever since fifth grade. Recently, Lay was elected to be on the Northeast Student Council Board. “The Northeast Student Council Board is a specific...

Band holds final concert of the year

Jasmine Monda, Staff Reporter

May 8, 2019

As the school year winds down, the band gives the school a great night with their music they’ve been working so hard on. The last band concert of 2019 was a one to remember. The new band members and the old all came together to perform beautiful pieces orchestrated by band director Candace Edst...

Students participate in the NLCC Art Festival 2019

Isaiah McIntyre, Editor

April 30, 2019

The 3rd annual NLCC Art Festival was held in Wauconda on April 26, 2019. The festival invites students from schools around the area who has the best artwork to show and compete for awards for their artwork. Digital photo and design teacher Randy Sweitzer said it was a great experience for not only the...

North hosts annual Wellness Fair

Maggie Walker, Staff Reporter

April 24, 2019

Last week, Grayslake North hosted a Wellness Fair for the student body.  Many companies and programs came in to speak with students about their future. The Wellness Fair was full of many booths with all different job options and tools you can use to deal with the stress of school or anything el...

AP Biology visits medical school, cadaver lab

Ellen Stojak, Executive Editor

April 24, 2019

The AP Biology Class visited the Loyola School of Medicine to improve their understanding of the human body and allow them to learn about medical school. Students got a chance to examine cadavers at the medical school and see first hand how the human body’s structure relates to its function. “...

Students attend Civics Engagement Workshop

Claire Armstrong, Features Editor

April 23, 2019

  Technology gives students more opportunities to get involved in politics than ever before, but many students may not know where to start. Chris Kubic, the social studies department chair, gave students an introduction into the world of politics by inviting a variety of politicians and guest spea...

Science Olympiad advances to State

Science Olympiad advances to State

Claire Armstrong, Features Editor

March 15, 2019

After a second place finish at the College of Lake County Regional Competition on March 9, Science Olympiad is advancing to State on April 13. “Science Olympiad is headed by two school sponsors, Megan Sylverne and Jennifer Grutza. We also have Alec Renner as an event coach for the vast majority of...

German classes participate in German Competition

Jasmine Monda, Staff Reporter

March 15, 2019

The German Class Competition is a friendly competitive event consisting of activities including solo and team games. On March 14, the University of Wisconsin Madison will be hosting the annual German Class Competition, or “German Day,” and Grayslake North is going to be competing. This is a free...

Math Team members advance to State

Ellen, Executive Editor

March 15, 2019

After the Regional competition, two Math Team members look to place at State, meanwhile the rest of the team seeks to strengthen their standings by gathering new members. Math Team competitions include competitions where students are allowed a calculator, individual events that test students on specific...

Knight In Shining Armor

Gracie Schultz, Production Editor

March 15, 2019

The Golden Apple Award is given to students and school faculty throughout the state of Illinois. This organization has many different aspects, and the different sections of awards offer many opportunities for people. “Golden Apple is a non-profit organization. Their sole focus is trying to improve...

District evaluates recent push for e-learning days

Ellen Stojak, Executive Editor

March 14, 2019

This year the district has faced a number of snow and cold days brought on by the inclement weather. Although many students may praise a snow day, for teachers, especially AP teachers, a plethora of them could be reason for concern. “Obviously, we must still ensure that students learn all of the concepts...

Students place at History Fair Sectionals

Students place at History Fair Sectionals

Courtney Mettler, Sports Editor

March 14, 2019

Multiple juniors represented North at the Chicago Metro History Fair Sectionals on March 2 and will be competing at Semi-Regionals on April 10. History Fair was held on Feb 6 in the library. Posters, websites and documentaries lined the walls, allowing friends and family of those involved in History...

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