Trinity Kellogg

Trinity Kellogg, Staff Reporter

  1. What grade are you in and how many years have you been in Rampage? Senior, first year on Rampage
  2. If you could have lunch with one person from the past or present, who would it be? My dad
  3. If you were stuck on an island and could only bring 3 things with you, what would you bring? My dog Indy, My other dog Zeus, and a giant buffet that will last me 51.529 years
  4. What are your goals for this year? To enjoy my last year and become a great journalist
  5. What's your favorite class at GCHS? Writers Workshop and Junior English
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Central Students Look Forward To Break

Trinity Kellogg, Staff Reporter March 14, 2023
Spring break at Grayslake Central is just around the corner. Central’s spring break will take place from March 27th to March 31st. There's a plethora of activities to do with the time granted by a break from school.
Simisola Osinaike works at the PSP Talent Show rehearsal

Black History and Allyship in GCHS

Trinity Kellogg, Staff Reporter February 7, 2023
Black History Month celebrations begin every year in February. This month is set aside to celebrate Black Americans and the impact they’ve made on America and to acknowledge the struggles for equality and human rights they’ve spearheaded. 
Cheer Up Dude! Its Christmas Movie Rankings

Cheer Up Dude! It’s Christmas Movie Rankings

Trinity Kellogg, Staff Reporter December 12, 2022
The temperature is dropping, the fireplace is crackling and winter time is in full swing! The cuddle season now begins, whether it be with a significant other, family member, or even your pet. A common way to embrace this winter season is with a warm blanket, some hot chocolate and of course an amazing Christmas movie; but, there are so many. Which ones are worth your time?
A beautiful October day on Richardson Adventure Farm

Fall-ing Into Festivities

Trinity Kellogg and Tristan Starzec November 15, 2022
As the temperature drops and people start to break out the warm comfy clothes, more time is spent enjoying the beautiful Autumn environment with loved ones to embrace.
Poll taken by 50 Grayslake Central Students on Mental Health

Let’s Talk About Mental Health

Trinity Kellogg, Staff Reporter November 15, 2022
Grayslake Central strives to make it an environment to help with these things. To help improve the wonderful school environment that Grayslake Central creates, we could add things that range from advocating support groups speaking out about mental health, to dedicated quiet spaces meant for decompressing when needed.
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