New wave of breakers

Zoe Bowman, Business Manager

November 16

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The Lundblad Family: Jackson Xavier Lundblad June 23, 2016 7lbs, 14 oz; 21 inches "Jackson will just melt your heart with his smile. He smiles with his whole face with a grin from ear to ear and sparkle in his ey...

LBHS welcomes new teachers

Sahsa Kvitisinski and Brianna Brown

November 16

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Jacob Bach With a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from Loyola University in Chicago, Jacob Bach has joined LBHS as a math teacher. Mr. Bach teaches Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Algebra 2 Support. He began his college d...

Surveillance at home

Lucas Austin, Reporter

October 27

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With more people online than ever, cyber security is becoming more and more of an issue. In most cases, the problem arises from tracking cookies. “Cookies personalize your browsing experience by tracking and storing your acti...

Caught on Camera

Jamin Schwerner, Reporter

October 27

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In response to multiple cases of vandalism and theft during the 2015-16 school year, security cameras have been installed throughout our school in order to prevent and catch future destructive acts and burglary as well as create ...

ROP No Longer: CCA and What It Can Provide for Students

Erica Garbutt, Features Editor

October 27

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Many of us know that Regional Occupation Program (ROP) classes are a great way to explore career possibilities, gain valuable knowledge for the job market and have something fun and productive to do as an after-school activity....

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