Jordan Fliegelman

Jordan Fliegelman, Design Editor

Pronouns: She/Her

  1. What grade are you in and how many years have you been in Rampage?Senior and this is my 3rd year
  2. If you could have lunch with one person from the past or present, who would it be? The original queen
  3. If you were stuck on an island and could only bring 3 things with you, what would you bring? A book on how to build a raft, candles, water purifier
  4. What are your goals for this year? To be able to make a newspaper that people might read.
  5. What's your favorite class at GCHS? Digital arts
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Crowds gather to look at student art

NLCC Art Show Paints The Town

Jordan Fliegelman, Design Editor May 16, 2022
Although the event wasn’t open for the whole school, those who did attend the show displayed a large amount of fascination with all the school’s works.
Woman holding sign at LGBT protest

Day of Silence Is Anything But Quiet

Jordan Fliegelman, Design Editor May 16, 2022
Girls bowling team strikes a pose.

Bowling Makes a Striking Appearance

Jordan Fliegelman, Design Editor February 14, 2022
“We accept anyone interested in bowling. It doesn't matter if you've ever bowled before. If you're interested in learning the game and improving your score, join the team and you'll see results”
George posing happily

Pandemic pets provide comfort

Jordan Fliegelman, Visual Editor December 14, 2021
It's never too late to adopt a furry, scaly, or winged pal. Go to a shelter and change an animal's life, pandemic or no pandemic!
Model UN creates a peaceful stance at school

Model UN creates a peaceful stance at school

Jordan Fliegelman, Design Editor November 30, 2021
Model UN’s plans to change the future starting from the history classroom.
Disclaimer: All photos used are protected under fair use since they are used for criticism (section 107 of Copyright Act). Craft supplies from saga.co.uk

Crafting makes a comeback

Jordan Fliegelman, Staff Reporter May 21, 2020
Recently crafts have been shining more in popularity lately.

Knitting 101: why ‘knot’?

Jordan Fliegelman, Staff Reporter May 4, 2020
When it comes to knitting, a common thought is ‘Knitting is for old people, why are you knitting?!’ Yet, the people who ask this have no idea of the joys of knitting!
Here is an example Fairy Garden!

Leave room in the garden for fairies to dance

Jordan Fliegelman, Staff Reporter April 9, 2020
Creating a fairy garden is totally up to the creativity and magic you want it to hold. Time to get gardening!
Bobby Olson from Lakes Community High School performs “Nyon, Nyon” by Jake Runestad. Photo by Jordan Fliegelman

Choir sings at NLCC Festival

Jordan Fliegelman, Staff Reporter March 11, 2020
“I was extremely pleased with the outcome of the concert. It’s such a cool thing to hear what other choirs are performing and then to combine forces to sing a combined song is always a crowd - and director - favorite!” Gutierrez said.
Heidloff and Whaples walk and smile during the state sendoff before Heidloff goes to ILMEA.

State festivals celebrate fine arts

Jordan Fliegelman, Staff Reporter February 12, 2020
“It’s great to see students from Encore! representing us at All-State. It’s always fun to see and hear their stories of people that they met and other students they got to connect to and build those relationships with.”
SAGEs new logo

SAGE comforts students

Jordan Fliegelman, Staff Reporter December 12, 2019
Wear your colors and wear them bright. Don’t have your flags at half mast, hold them high. There is always a place in SAGE.
Want to be a member of the RAMPAGE family?

Want to be a member of the RAMPAGE family?

Jordan Fliegelman, Staff Reporter December 6, 2019
If you want to break out of your shell and do more collaborative work with your peers, this is the class for you.
Here is an example of a
decorated lanyard with
buttons and patches.

Lanyard decorating ideas

Jordan Fliegelman, Staff Reporter November 1, 2019
The student body has spoken about how to decorate what is considered a boring lanyard, into something cute and wearable.
Summer reading sets goal of 500 books

Summer reading sets goal of 500 books

Jordan Fliegelman, Staff reporter April 23, 2019
“You’re going to see that our summer reading program does not die in August; rather, it’s something we’re investing in long term. We’re almost looking at our summer reading program as a kickoff to building cul- ture around reading freely," says Thurlwell
Debate argues the season away

Debate argues the season away

Jordan Fliegelman, Staff Reporter April 23, 2019
This year, the debate team got the honor of winning nine gavels and two best presiding officer according to debate coach Christopher D’Amico.

Choir and band competition change

Jordan Fliegelman, Staff Reporter February 21, 2019

For the first time, the Grayslake Central choir and band will switch from the IHSA solo and ensemble competition to a home competition with North on Feb 20. This switch is primarily aimed to help students...

Freshmen head to second semester

Jordan Fliegelman, Staff Reporter December 18, 2018

As freshman finish the fall semester, they enter finals for the first time ever in their high school careers. Some say that freshmen have a good transition into high school; however, others say it’s...

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