New written portion added to ACT

Daniel Skinner, Entertainment Editor

February 18, 2014

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For the first time in Illinois history, high school students are now required to take the recently added written portion of the ACT along with the normal multiple choice test. The state is paying for the written part of the exam,... Read more »

School email now available on various student devices

Danielle Voss

February 18, 2014

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GCHS updated the district email system this year, pertaining to the “bring your own technology” theme. Personal student emails can now be accessed on mobile and class devices by students of all years. The GCHS tech department... Read more »

English ARC tutoring moves to Write Room

Nicole Swierczek, Feature Editor

February 18, 2014

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Recently, the English portion of the ARC (Academic Resource Center) broke away and became the Write Room. The Write Room is located directly across the hall from the English office. Students may come in to ask for help. “Before... Read more »

Food Drive collects 62,476 Lbs

Danielle Voss, Staff Reporter

December 15, 2013

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GCHS Student Council held the annual Food Drive and collected 62,476 pounds of food, well over their goal of 50,000 pounds of food. They distributed on Saturday Dec. 7 during bad weather for families in need. “It is scheduled... Read more »

Winter illness becomes a problem at GCHS

Danielle Voss, Staff Reporter

December 15, 2013

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This year, there have been a lot of absences due to illness within GCHS. The school prevents these illnesses by encouraging students to wash their hands, and keeping tables and other important areas in the school clean. When... Read more »

Changes to AP Science Ciriculum

Andrew Rosenthal, Sports Editor

December 12, 2013

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AP Physics students next year will start with a new system of science education to launch the College Board’s new AP science curriculum. Students will learn more relevant material and spend more time on the content to un... Read more »

Students can now buy lunch using IDs

Oscar Fernandez, Staff reporter

November 19, 2013

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Grayslake Central High School has put in place a new system for the way students can buy their lunch. Students on a reduced/free lunch no longer need a separate ID and every student can have their parents put money on their lunch... Read more »

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