Tech instruction helps teachers help students

Matt Cofrin, Staff Writer

May 11, 2017

Lake Park is taking steps to make classes even more technologically advanced. Ed Tech 101 is a program held by Lake Park for the teachers so that they can strengthen their technology skills. This program is helpful for not ju...

Summer school for making up credits, boosting skills set

Alexandra Stonkus, Staff Reporter

May 11, 2017

Summer vacation is nice, but it also sticks you with a learning gap that can take a month to make up for. Summer boot camps are one way to fix this.

Service in Action steps up to fight for LP alum

Zaynab Hossain, Staff Reporter

April 19, 2017

In the spring of 2014, as college student and Lake Park alum Kelsey McNeela was driving home from visiting her boyfriend, her vision started to fail her, and she wound up making a trip to the Emergency Room. This spring was a turning...

Students, staff to showcase talents at Variety Show

Matt Cofrin, Staff Reporter

April 3, 2017

Singing, Dancing, Magic, oh my. These are just some of the acts that are at the Lake Park Variety Show on April 7. The Variety Show is a night where students can do various performances, showing off the talent they wouldn’t...

League of Women Voters hosts candidate forum at East

Antoinette Lobello, Perspective Editor

March 24, 2017

The League of Women Voters of Roselle and Bloomingdale hosted a forum for residents to meet the local candidates and ask them questions at the East Campus Robert Dice Auditorium on March 5. For the third time the LWVRB hosted...

Hand-woven bracelts sold for World Language week a success

Jacob Ballmaier, Staff Writer

March 24, 2017

Two weeks ago, the foreign language wing, and the school overall, was filled with a variety of greetings in several different languages. French. Italian. Arabic. Even Klingon, much to the dismay of some of the teachers. This...

Math Team qualifies for state tournament

Claudia Sandine, Perspective Editor

March 23, 2017

The Lake Park Math Team competed in a regional contest at Harper College last month, where both an individual and an eight-person team qualified for state. Practicing every week for months, the math team put their hard work to...

DECA qualifiers to compete at Internationals next month

Jacob Ballmaier, Staff Writer

March 23, 2017

Lake Park’s DECA chapter took part in a state competition in Rosemont March 9 to March 11. Over 50 students competed in more than a dozen different business-related events, with topics ranging from advertisements to human...

Thirty-two scholarships open to graduating seniors

Jacob Ballmaier, Staff Writer

February 27, 2017

“Students should stop into our offices for more college and financial aid resources. We counselors are here to help.” --Joseph Ziemba, guidance counselor

Rube Goldberg Team wins state tournament

February 24, 2017

“The thing I like most about Rube Goldberg is learning how to overcome all the challenges you face. It is not easy to come up with brand new ideas in mind your mind and then find a way to build it and turn it into reality.” --James Kryger, team adviser

Computer use, misuse handled by algorithms, not active blocking

Veronica Desouza, Staff Reporter

February 23, 2017

“The Internet has billions upon billions of sites. There is not a group of people (at school) t hat can sit down and say, 'Here's our list (of banned sites).'" --Joe Tita, Instructional Technology Manager