Trace Taskovic

Shalynn Billings, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2019


Filed under Features

Everyone has their own high school experience, some much different than others. Trace Taskovic is one of those students who has a very different experience in high school than the rest. Trace Taskovic is a junior student who has a different high school experience because his mom works in the same...

Chicago Wolves visitent Grayslake North

Emma Jaworski

February 12, 2019


Filed under World Languages

Avant les vacances l’hiver, français trois honneurs avaient deux hommes spéciaux visitent dans la classe. Ils sont les joueurs de hockey pour les Chicago Wolves. Nous avions Stefan Matteau et Max Lagace pour la période de parler avec nous. Ils ont parlé en français et ils ont écouté et r...

Jack Moran

Gracie Schultz, Production Editor

February 12, 2019


Filed under Features

There are many teachers a student will come into contact with throughout their lives, and within the community of a school, having a parent be one of those teachers is a unique experience for both the parent and the child. Junior Jack Moran is one of the multiple students at North that has a parent...

Warum Deutsch?

Von Deutsch 3H

February 12, 2019


Filed under World Languages

Warum lernt jemand Deutsch? Das ist ja eine gute Frage. Es macht spaß Deutsch zu lernen sagen viele von Deutschunterricht. Fragen Sie oft: Warum soll ich Deutsch lernen? Was passiert in Deutschunterricht? Was macht man in Deutsch Klub? Haben Sie viele Prüfungen? Wie ist deine Lehrerin? Was kann...

Student athletes find time for mental health

Rhiannon Swanson, Sports and Opinion Editor

February 12, 2019


Filed under Features

In the American culture, which is surrounded by sports and athletes, the argument of education vs. sports entertainment has become a common phenomenon. However, the factor of mental health is another element to consider when combining the topic of sports and school. “Although I am only in one sport,...

Student Athletes commit to colleges

Maggie Walker, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2019


Filed under Features, Showcase

Every year, North has student-athletes that work to get the attention of colleges. Throughout the nation, there are even more kids looking to do the same thing. “I would say 99 percent of the time it’s really based on grades. It’s not even all the time based on their athletic ability. Really what...

People use new technology for teaching

Ian Doyle, Managing Editor

February 12, 2019


Filed under Features

Technology is constantly improving and changing the way people live. New programs can help teach and develop skills or find new information. Technology is so important in every field, and it has become increasingly present in schools as well. Technology is changing the way teachers teach classes more...

Lizzie Green

Emily Huculak, Sports editor

February 12, 2019


Filed under Features

Lizzie Green is a freshman, and her father, Patrick Green, works at the school as one of the English teachers. “It’s not too much different because I don’t really see my dad throughout the day, and so I go to his classroom at the end of the day and do some homework in there. So far it hasn’t...

Knight in Shining Armor – Sam Krischak & Ben Ellington

Gracie Schultz, Production Editor

February 12, 2019


Filed under Features

Two music students were able to advance to the ILMEA State Competition for singing and for creating their own musical score. “I was selected to perform as part of the Illinois All-State Honors Chorus, which means I auditioned at the regional level a few months ago and scored high enough to be in the...

Tri-M prepares singing Valentines

Ian Doyle, Managing Editor

February 12, 2019


Filed under Features

Coming this Valentine’s Day, Tri-M will be performing the Singing Valentines that students purchased outside the lunchroom to raise money for music programs.The Valentines, which include a wide variety of songs and some candy, will be delivered during classes on Valentine’s Day. The money will be us...

Storytime with Ms. Athmann

Jasmine Monda, Staff Reporter

February 8, 2019


Filed under Features

Q&A with Miss Athmann   Q: When was the moment you knew you wanted to pursue social work and what influenced you?   A: I always wanted to work in a school, but I didn’t know what for. Then in the beginning of college, I started taking classes to be a teacher; then I realized th...

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