Senior Nichelle Harlan believes all of her hard work has paid off. Around the beginning of this semester, Harlan was granted a scholarship from Indiana University (IU). Through the Center for Leadership Development (CLD), five LN seniors have been given scholarships to attend IU.
Eighth grader Mackenzie Knass will be one of the many new faces seen in the halls of LN next year. In order to familiarize herself with the school, Knass will attend the Freshman Open House, May 2, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Snow days, excessive absences may leave students without 180 days According to the state a full school year includes 180 days of instruction. To graduate, students must complete a certified school year. However, due to the four missed snow days this winter, seniors would not have the mandatory days. The district wide solution is a
Sophomore Marlow Rumreich has an idea about honeybees that has created a lot of buzz. So much so that Planet Connect and the National Environmental Education Foundation is awarding her $500 to make her idea come to life.
Interdisc and IB teacher Melody Coryell has been diagnosed with a green thumb. Recently, Coryell decided on planting a vegetable garden here at LN. The garden is located on the south end of the building near the student entrance. She just recently built six wooden boxes that she and her helpers will be putting soil