Green Room Theatre Company travels to Theatrefest 2019

Nadia Hernandez, Features and Online Editor

January 13, 2019


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From January 10th to the 12th, Green Room Theater Company participated in the 2019 Illinois High School Theater Festival held at the University of Illinois. During the trip, students were able to attend workshops regarding different areas in fine arts and watch shows presented from different school...

Students enjoy dodgeball tournament before finals

Isaiah McIntyre, Features Editor

December 21, 2018


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Every year, the P.E. department has a dodgeball tournament before the first semester is done, and if a team wins your class tournament, that team can continue on and play after their final is over.   Junior Neil Rayan participated in the dodgeball tournament, and according to him, he had a fun time p...

Choir holds Winter Concert

Zoe Meredith, Staff Reporter

December 13, 2018


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The North choirs put on their winter concert on Dec. 11, 2018, in the auditorium at Grayslake Central. The show went on for a little bit over an hour and a half long, and it featured many performances by all sections of the choir. "It was a great experience. I especially enjoyed the acapella perf...

Literary magazine hosts annual Coffee House

Shalynn Billings, Reporter

December 11, 2018


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On Friday November 30th literary magazine hosted the annual Coffee House Event where students could showcase their talents in singing, poetry, storytelling, and even artwork. Each year Coffee House gets a lot of publicity before the big night.  posters are put up all around the school everyone's trying to...

Snowball builds community at Camp Duncan

Snowball builds community at Camp Duncan

Claire Armstrong, Features Editor

December 11, 2018


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Snowball, the team building and leadership club, traveled to Camp Duncan with students from Grayslake North, Grayslake Central and Round Lake High School. According to sponsor Mary Prange, the club helps to build a community in the districts through teamwork building exercises and communication, which...

Anatomy students learn from creating fake wounds

Anatomy students learn from creating fake wounds

Rhiannon Swanson, Opinion and Sports Editor

December 11, 2018


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In order to implement more hands on styles of learning, students in Megan Sylverne and Nathania Busse’s anatomy course created fake injuries on their classmates to learn about the way various wounds affect the layers of the human skin. “They had to create a science where they mimicked a burn or...

Art classes create tape murals

Art classes create tape murals

Claire Armstrong, Features Editor

December 11, 2018


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Robots of all shapes and sizes lined the walls of the C wing, each one made from tape. Students from 2D Art classes worked with one another in order to make the robots interact with each other. “We started by learning two point linear perspective. Then students made a catalog of theme specific robot...

Coffee House showcases student work

Coffee House showcases student work

Ian Doyle, Managing Editor

December 11, 2018


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Continuing the annual tradition, the Black Box held the fine arts show Coffee House, an open mic night with an art showcase just outside, on Nov 30. Coffee House is a tradition in the school to showcase the fine arts and the students behind them. This year, the show expanded to include an art walk as...

Expert warns students about online dangers

Expert warns students about online dangers

Ellen Stojak, Executive Editor

December 11, 2018


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Carol Gudbrandsen, a cyber crimes forensic analyst, addressed the students of Grayslake North about staying safe on the internet and the dangers of cyberbullying. Although associate principal of student services Megan Licht assures that there was no specific event that prompted this, she believes that interne...

Tina Woolard wins Athletic Director of the Year

Tina Woolard wins Athletic Director of the Year

Zoe Meredith, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2018


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Athletic director Tina Woolard received the award for Athletic Director of the Year through the Illinois Athletic Directors Association. “[I] feel honored to be recognized by [my] peers and by people that I respect,” Woolard said. She does appreciate being acknowledged by fellow athletic directors....

Marching band plays in Veterans Day Parade

Marching band plays in Veterans Day Parade

Isaiah McIntyre, Features Editor

December 11, 2018


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The Marching Band had the opportunity to perform at the 99th annual New York City Veterans Day Parade. Band director Candace Edstrand was excited to see her students perform in Times Square during the Veterans Day Parade and also to see her students being able to talk to some veterans that were marching in ...

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