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School disciplinary rules not tough enough

May 17, 2019

Before we started writing this story, we had defined the problem as strong tolerance from the school for misconduct by students, but after conducting interviews with school personnel and doing research, it has become clear to us that the actual problem is that the school system has surrendered to extremely lenient procedures when it comes to punishing students.

Seventh hour lunch lacks quality

Tristan Gottstein, Staffer

April 24, 2019

Powerschool, which randomly assigns students to a certain hour

Tattoos mark meaning

Tattoos mark meaning

April 23, 2019

Attention all Fortnite gamers

Lexi Delgado and Xayvion Alvarez, Staff Report

February 14, 2019

Instead of hopping off that Fortnite battle bus, how about you hop into reality. Fortnite has no positive impact for kids and teens. People who have siblings that play Fortnite like myself, know exactly what I’m talking abou...

Journalism Needs You

Journalism Needs You

December 18, 2018

Students learn languages for the better

Jakob Killian, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2018

Most of us know a few words in another language, but have you ever thought about how that could help you? Spanish, French, and German are all offered here at Grayslake Central, and according to guidance counselor Lori Mitchell...

Cafeteria needs more healthy options

Adam Syed, Staff Reporter

December 18, 2018

     The GCHS cafeteria needs more healthy options for students. Calzones, pizza, fries, what is this? Of course, we should keep some foods like those mouth-watering cookies, but the school should also provide a higher variet...

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