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#1StudentNWI: Spring Celebrations and the Final Steps at Marquette

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Teacher Spotlight

Mrs. Amanda Boyd is the government guru at Marquette. Mrs. Boyd has taught for seven years, though she is finishing out her first year at Marquette. She teaches World Geography and History, Dual Credit Government, Honors Political Science, and will be adding AP World History to her repertoire for next year.

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#1StudentNWI: Summer Plans for Westville

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Student Spotlight

Emma Ray is an upcoming senior at Westville High School. Ray has attended Westville since third grade, and she is an extremely fun, energetic, and bright student. Ray loves the school and community atmosphere at Westville and has enjoyed growing up in such a tight knit town.

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#1StudentNWI: Camp Tecumseh, NHS, and Moving Forward at Westville

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What’s Happening: Camp Tecumseh

From Thursday, May 3rd to Friday, May 4th, the sixth graders from Westville went on their annual trip to Camp Tecumseh. Camp Tecumseh is a YMCA camp in Brookston, Indiana where students have the opportunity to learn new things about their environment and bond with their fellow classmates.

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#1StudentNWI: Marquette Celebrates Seniors

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What recently happened

Recently, six students from Marquette attended La Porte County Leadership classes.

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#1StudentNWI: La Porte Brings Talent and Dedication Forward

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Teacher Spotlight - Goers

Business and technology teacher Mr. Goers is hanging up his hat after 37 years of teaching.

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#1StudentNWI: Creating Community at La Lumiere

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Cashing it in at Casino Night

Students are generally encouraged not to gamble, but one night a year at La Lumiere, that is thrown out the window. That night is Casino Night, where students put on their finest clothes, or some sweatpants, and head up to the cafeteria for some fun and friendly games. The teachers become intimidating dealers at Blackjack tables, roulette, and Spicy Uno. The students all receive chips when they enter, which they can bet however they like. At the end of the evening, the kids return their chips to their Headmaster Cup house for valuable points.

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#1StudentNWI: Michigan City High School Colors Their Way into Spring

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What’s Happened?

The Michigan City Color Run, hosted by the sophomore class of 2020, occurred the morning of Saturday, April 21st, and was a blast for all involved. The weather was fairly nice, maybe a little cold for the viewers, but just the right temperature for a run.

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#1StudentNWI: Marquette Catholic Highlights Science and Environmentalism this Spring

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Student Spotlight

Jake Ciesielski is only a freshman in high school, but already making a difference on the planet. Ciesielski is the “founder” of the inaugural environmental club at Marquette.

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#1StudentNWI: Westville Stays Strong in Competition

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What’s Happening

On April 9th, a select group of Westville’s Quizbowl team went to Lakeshore Public Media to compete on “Making the Grade,” a local game show where school teams from the area compete in an academic tournament for scholarship money. The show consists of four rounds including a question and answer round, a pop quiz round, a class project round, and a final exam round. Each round is timed and has different parameters such as how much each question is worth and whether or not contestants are able to confer with their teammates.

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#1StudentNWI: La Porte Advocates for Safety and More this Spring

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What’s Happening - LPHS participates in National School Walkouts

Students at the La Porte High School participated in the nationwide walkout on March 14th. The walkout was mainly to remember the 17 victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas School Shooting in Parkland, Florida, but was also a protest against the lack of attention paid to school safety. The walkout lasted 17 minutes; one minute for each victim. Over 70 students stood in silence at the flagpole outside of the school while one student read out the names. One of the main students who led the protest was junior Delaney Bluhm.

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#1StudentNWI: LaCrosse Prepares to Wrap Up the School Year


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The year is winding down for Lacrosse students as May is quickly approaching. On the same note, a lot of important testing and events are being crammed into these last few months. It seems like every day now has an air of importance.

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