New Teachers at Grayslake Central

Meave Rubin, Staff Reporter

October 8, 2014

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Along with all the new students getting used to Central this year, there are also many new teachers. Stacy DiLullo is a new Algebra, Advanced Algebra Trigonometry and Advanced Algebra Trigonometry Honors teacher. “I wanted... Read more »

GCHS supports ALS-affected family

Andrew Rosenthal, Sports Editor

October 2, 2014

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While it may only affect a small amount of people, GCHS has its connections to ALS.Tim Paust, founder of the Grayslake Youth Lacrosse League, recently passed away because of ALS after being diagnosed in February 2012. At the... Read more »

“Slut-shaming” demoralizes female students

October 2, 2014

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The female population of GCHS is a diverse and interesting community that encompasses a wide variety of ethnicities, religions, cultures, livelihoods, passions and personalities. GCHS girls differ on almost everything. But... Read more »

Seniors race across town, complete challenge

Kyra Dickerson, Staff Reporter

October 2, 2014

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Some seniors push themselves to go farther and faster during their lunches, participating in what they like to call “SLO challenges.” Seniors have long had the privilege to leave campus for lunch, and many are pushing the... Read more »

Link Crew: helping freshmen in new way

Danielle Voss, Opinion Editor

October 1, 2014

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Freshman will now be more involved entering into their first year here at GCHS. Link Crew has been working more with freshmen than they were in the past by incorporating new activities and creating a stronger bond between leaders... Read more »

Homecoming earliness affects planning

Olivia Miller, Staff Reporter

October 1, 2014

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Dresses thrown about the bed rooms. Rushed corsage orders. Ties scattered across teenagers’ rooms. Since Homecoming was planned early this year, there was much less time for students to prepare for the dance. Students have... Read more »

GCHS walls come alive…again

Alli Smith, Staff Reporter

May 13, 2014

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Art is a large part of Grayslake Central. This is proven through the art that students display in the halls, the Art Show, and the most recent installment of murals. GCHS students have been creating murals for years. However,... Read more »

School spirit reinvented by Spring Assembly

Daniel Skinner, Entertainment/Opinion Editor

May 13, 2014

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On March 14, with help from members of the GCHS student group SALT (Student Athlete Leadership Team), GCHS held its second annual spring spirit assembly. In this years’ assembly, three different GCHS clubs - Orchesis, the Juggling... Read more »

GCHS athletes volunteer at PADS shelter

Danielle Voss, Staff Reporter

May 13, 2014

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This fall, GCHS softball, baseball, volleyball, bowling, girls soccer, boys soccer, poms, cheer, girls track and lacrosse teams started volunteering at Shepard of the Lakes church in Public Action to Deliver Shelter (PADS). This... Read more »

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