School closures mean careful decisions, calendar updates

Alex Tsymbalisty, Perspective Editor

March 9, 2018

On Friday February 9 Lake Park experienced its first snow day in a couple of years. And this time, it’s costing us some summer. Due to inclement weather and poor road conditions Lake Park was forced to close for the day and...

LP to host Comic Con tomorrow

March 8, 2018

Lake Park students, as well as students from surrounding middle schools, have the chance to get their fanboy/fangirl groove on at East Campus for the second annual Comic Con tomorrow, Feb 9. Students will have the chance to...

Juniors submit National Honors Society applications

Alex Tsymbalisty, Perspective Editor

March 6, 2018

On February 8th, Lake Park juniors with a GPA over 4.75 were invited to apply for membership in the Lake Park chapter of the National Honor Society. Membership in NHS comes with many benefits including access to scholarships...

Choir concert performs jazz tunes

Emily Reilly, Staff Reporter

March 6, 2018

The Lake Park choir department graced the stage with a diverse range of songs on Tuesday, February 27th. The concert consisted of four different choirs, both from East and West campus. Samuel Baker, the choir director, and Charles...

Operation Snowball continues to inspire students

Emily Reilly, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2018

Operation Snowball is a leadership club that focuses on the ideas of alcohol and drug use prevention for youths. It’s run by faculty members Jennifer Menold and Lauren Wozniak and meets Mondays at 3:15 at East campus. Operation...

Thespians prepare for theater competition

Christiana Gatbunton, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2018

The Lake Park Thespians and Drama Department are going to have a busy next few months as they rehearse and prepare for the two IHSA competition plays. The two genres of plays that will compete in the IHSA sectionals on March 18th...

Lake Park blood drive inspires donations, awareness

David Surzykiewicz, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2018

Regardless of our sports and activities, Lancerland is connected by one thing: community. Recently, at West Campus, this Lancer community came together to help people in need of blood all around our area. This event was spearheaded...

Cha Cha for Children: Dance to benefit cancer patients

Maria Cieslarczyk, Staff Reporter

January 31, 2018

Lake Park students and staff are planning to host a Cha Cha for Children fundraiser for cancer patients on Saturday, February 22. Cha Cha for Children began in 2010 by staff members who felt it was an important decision to...

Winter Guard Bingo Night raises funds for group

Maya Stawarski, Perspective Editor

January 30, 2018

Last Friday, January 19th, Lake Park High School hosted their annual “Bingo Night” fundraiser for their Winter Guard team. Lake Park High School’s Winter Guard hosts an annual “Bingo Night” fundraiser in order to...

LP to host 10th Improvedy Night

Seth Caines, Perspective Editor

November 16, 2017

Lake Park High School’s theatre department is hosting its tenth Improvedy Night Nov 17, a chance for thespians and faculty to get on stage and do some improv comedy for charity. Improvedy is sort of like an acting competit...