LSU holds annual soccer tournament

LSU holds annual soccer tournament

Blake Barreca, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2018


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  LSU (Latinos Stand Up) held the annual soccer tournament for the 10th year in a row on Feb. 15. “We first advertised and put out permission slip packets for students and faculty to create teams of four, and they were all due by our meeting on that day,” said co-sponsor Cynthia Karabush. While...

Students prepare for Greece trip

Isa Kregel, Online Editor

March 20, 2018


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Students from Exploring World Cultures are traveling across the world to Greece. This trip consists of ten days filled with numerous cities and islands, including three days on a cruise beginning May 23. Teacher Jill Tomasello is the group leader who is in charge of all communication between the tour...

Students donate to the annual blood drive

Students donate to the annual blood drive

Anne Mattea, News Editor

March 6, 2018


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Today was the school’s annual blood drive, an event that allows students sixteen and over to donate blood that is then transferred to area hospitals to help people in need. “It was terrifying donating for the first time, but I got used to it quickly and I felt good about helping to save lives,...

Students attend Winter Gala

Students attend Winter Gala

Miranda Rogina, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2018


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This years’ winter gala was the first ever combined dance between Grayslake North and Central High Schools. Combining the winter dances are going to be a new tradition for the high schools. The dance was held at Central this year, but it has been decided that the dance will alternate every year so ne...

Students celebrate Black History Month

Students celebrate Black History Month

Malcolm Watson, Staff Reporter

February 15, 2018


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February is Black History Month, and Grayslake North students and staff are making sure that the student body is aware of the critical importance of recognizing black historical figures and what they have done for the country. “When the Knights' Way student group formed, the group wanted to take a look at how ...

Counselors organize career fair for students

Erin McBriarty, Executive Editor

February 15, 2018


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Yesterday in the aux gym, the counselors held a career fair for all students. Jobs from all around Lake County came with displays to talk to students about different career paths in the area. “It was cool to see how many different careers there are that I didn’t even think about,” said senior Lau...

Current Issues Class video conferences with schools around the world

Current Issues Class video conferences with schools around the world

Grace Marino, Co-Executive Editor

February 7, 2018


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On January 18th and 30th, the current issues class was given the opportunity to video conference with several schools around the world and talk about the issues that exist in our world today. “The goal of the video conferences vary depending on the theme of the VC.  However, I believe the broad...

Cheer places ninth at State

Courtney Mettler, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2018


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North’s varsity cheerleaders ended an impressive competition season, finishing ninth in the state at the IHSA State Finals on Feb. 3. Grayslake North cheerleaders packed early Thursday morning and headed down to the Grossinger Motors Arena in Bloomington, Illinois. They had previously secured their...

First ever district dance is organized

Michelle Jimenez, Features Editor

February 6, 2018


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Grayslake North and Grayslake Central’s Student Councils planned out together the annual Winter Gala for Feb 24, 2018, for the whole district. “[This year] the Winter Gala is at Grayslake Central. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the dance is from 7 to 10 p.m,” said activities director Molly Tomlinson. The...

Students participate in annual History Fair

Students participate in annual History Fair

Gracie Schultz, Features Editor

February 6, 2018


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The annual History Fair was held on Jan 24. Students waited to be informed if their project had moved on the Regionals. ”Winners from the local fair will participate in the Metro Regional competition at Niles North High School in Febuary, and winners from that fair will advance to the Sectionals in...

Students write “This I Believe” essays

Isa Kregel, Online Editor

February 6, 2018


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The administration had been trying to find a way for students to express themselves and show what it is to be a Knight. That’s why Patrick Green and Julia Burkel from the English department came up with the idea of students writing what’s called a “This I Believe” essay. The idea came from a...

Tape murals line the school’s hallways

Tape murals line the school’s hallways

Morgan Buckley, Staff Reporter

February 6, 2018


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Murals made of electrical tape and resembling robots lined the halls after students in Intro to 2D art put them up as a part of the course. “Students were required to collaborate with each other to create interactive scenes using the rules of perspective to create the illusion of three-dimensionality on a...

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