Behind the scenes of athletic trainers

Rhiannon Swanson, Staff Reporter

May 19, 2017


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The athletic trainers are the backbone to any sports team. The trainers keep the players on their feet and are their number one supporters. There is more to being a trainer than one would imagine though. “Balancing time between school work and training after school  was one of the most difficult ...

Personal Finance helps students learn to manage money

Aidan Walsh, Staff Reporter

May 17, 2017


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Personal Finance is a class where students learn how to manage money, do tax forms, and learn more about the federal government. The class is taught by Tony Bussone throughout the day. “We learn a lot about real life situations and how we can apply it to our lives,” said Kevin Kang. Students ...

Students show strategies preparing for finals

May 16, 2017


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As finals get closer and closer. Students start to stress out more. Some students prefer to start studying early. “I prefer to get anything out of my way before the week of finals because that way I feel more prepared and fresh. This helps me concentrate on my finals to get a good grades and pass m...

NHS holds Mr. GNHS to raise money for charity

Kiley Larsen, News Editor

May 10, 2017


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Every year there is a competition held for the title of Mr. GNHS. The event this year was held in April in the black box. “The event took place on April 13 in the black box theatre,” said senior and host of the event Justin Bock. There were three students that competed for the title. Each student...

Time management

Megan Juron, Staff Reporter

May 10, 2017


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Throughout high school, students may find it difficult to manage their time efficiently and effectively between important tests, homework, and even jobs. Time management is a valuable skill that is necessary, for not just high school students, but for everyone to have. Some people find it easier to...

History teachers individualize classes for students

History teachers individualize classes for students

Megan Juron, Staff Reporter

May 9, 2017


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Every student has a different learning style, and the U.S. history team, Roxanne Bristow, Emily Hinz, John Kent and Tim Sermak, are continuously trying to find new ways to personalize education that will hopefully reach the needs of all students in U.S. History. For a long time, students were taught...

Students take trips over Spring Break

Rhiannon Swanson and Gracie Schultz, Staff Reporter

May 9, 2017


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Over spring break, AP European History, band, and Spanish students all had the opportunity to voyage either to different countries, or somewhere else in the states. AP Euro flew to Europe on March 22 and came back on March 30. “Since all of these students have taken AP European History, it gives...

Junior goes to Washington, D.C. for national award

Junior goes to Washington, D.C. for national award

Tyrah Domingo, Features Editor

May 9, 2017


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Junior William Bauman gave a heartfelt, award-winning speech to students and staff about distracted driving and the importance of safe driving. After receiving notification of getting the Prudential Spirit of Community Award for his On the Road to Safe Driving organization, Bauman gets to attend an awards...

Seniors reflect on positive experiences

Leslie Herrera, Staff Reporter

May 9, 2017


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As the school year comes to an end, seniors reflect on their whole high school career and their most positive experiences throughout these past four years. “I really enjoyed getting to know my teachers and my friends. They’ve helped me find out what I’m truly passionate about and want to spend...

Aril Parmentier

Ellen Stojak, News Editor

May 9, 2017


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Aril Parmentier is a sophomore from Norway. When he came to the US he was stuck by some of the differences in school, and even simply peoples personalities. “The thing that surprised me the most, is how kind and open people are. For example when I walk past someone that I've never met, they say...

Ajwa Imtiaz

Leslie Herrera, Staff Reporter

May 9, 2017


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Diversity is a privilege held close to Grayslake North. Freshman Ajwa Imtiaz represents uniqueness as she stunts with her ability to speak and understand more than five languages. “I speak Urdu, Mawati, Faa, Punjabi, English, a little bit of French and Arabic,” Imtiaz said. Imtiaz learned most...

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