Annual Red Ribbon Week: LP Takes a Stand Against Cancer

Maria Cieslarczyk, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2017

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Lake Park celebrated its annual Red Ribbon Week from Monday, October 23rd to Tuesday, October 31st. According to the National Family Partnership, “Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest nationally recognized drug preve...

LP Haunted House raises hackles in fear, money in charity

David Surzykiewicz, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2017

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The Thespians Haunted House was a phenomenal event, and a great place to meet with friends to laugh, talk, and scream!  Lots of people in and out of the Lake Park region came to the spooky event. The event was a fundraiser ...

PPS hosts counseling, outreach for community parents over school issues

Grace Biernacki, Staff Writer

October 17, 2017

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High school is a stressful yet exciting time for not only students but for parents as well. It’s the last couple years before the majority of teens are sent off to college, sometimes hundreds of miles away from home. That tho...

Theater club to visit London in 2019

Samantha Vandergriff, Staff Writer

October 17, 2017

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Pack your bags, LP! In 2019 we’re headed to Europe! The Lake Park theater department is offering students the chance of a lifetime to go to England. The trip takes place the summer of 2019, within a week after the school...

Audio essay scholarship solicits students’ thoughts on patriotism, democracy

Grace Biernacki, Staff Writer

September 23, 2017

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If a participant wins their state competition, they are awarded a minimum of $1,000, along with an all-expenses paid trip to Washington, D.C to compete at finals for between $1,000-$30,000 in scholarships.

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Lancers raise money through Powder Puff game for cancer research

Seth Caines, Staff Writer

September 22, 2017

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“I didn’t only come out to see my friends play. I also came because my great grandmother had breast cancer and her life was greatly affected by that. I like to support foundations that can help people like my great grandmother because I know how much it would’ve meant to my great grandmother to have the money to help with a search for a cure for her cancer.” --junior Ashley Borgman.

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New band director’s instruction pays off in concert

Claudia Sandine, Perspective Editor

May 18, 2017

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The Lake Park Symphonic Band and Wind Symphony concluded their concert season Wednesday with breathtaking performances demonstrating the hard work and dedication that the new band direction brought to Lake Park. Just this year...

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