Drops of Ink

The cafeteria is open for eating for the first time in over a year, but with many restrictions. Students must sit at separate tables six feet apart and wear masks for the duration of their lunch period unless eating.
Lunch options change with full-day instruction
Ellie George, Staff Member • April 7, 2021

Since the beginning of the school year -- in the midst of a global pandemic -- the cafeteria has primarily been used as a multipurpose room for students to attend class instructed...

Students pass each other on opposite sides of the hallway, making sure to follow the barrier set in place by social distancing cones.
A Look Into Hybrid Learning
Dino Bougiotopoulos, Staff Member • March 18, 2021

This semester, students had the opportunity to switch to in-person learning with the implementation of District 128’s hybrid learning model. LHS is now more than one month...

Places like the Lake County Fairgrounds are currently giving out Covid-19 vaccines by appointment for those over 65, essential workers and long-term care facility residents.
Lake County Continues to Administer Vaccines, Now Including Teachers
Katherine Thomey, Staff Member • March 18, 2021

Starting in late January, eligibility in Lake County for the Covid-19 vaccine extended to adults 65 and older and frontline essential workers. Those now able to receive the...

Scott Bogumil passed away on the evening of Feb. 13. Mr. Bogumil was a counselor in the G-P LST and a basketball coach for many years, as well as devoted Cubs fan. Mr. Bogumil touched many lives in his time at LHS, and his impact will not be forgotten.
Remembering Mr. Bogumil
Katherine Thomey, Staff Member • March 15, 2021

A constant smile and joyful, contagious laugh continue to echo in the minds of those whose lives were touched by Scott Bogumil, who passed away unexpectedly from a heart attack...

Photo Courtesy of Jeremy Trigg
Sophomore Jeremy Trigg was surrounded by bags of his merchandise from his two clothing businesses, “JNF” and “JNF Kickz”
As Seen on TV: How Marketing Affects Teens
Sara Bogan, Managing Editor • April 14, 2021

The practice of marketing has left some experts wondering about the extent of influence that companies have on the behavior of teenagers. According to the American Psychological Association (APA), companies...

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LHS has its very own American Ninja Warrior: Kylie Hughes
LHS has its very own American Ninja Warrior: Kylie Hughes
Andrew Brooks, Staff Member • April 10, 2021

“American Ninja Warrior” has become a nationwide phenomenon. The TV show challenges hundreds of people to compete on obstacle courses all around the country that test endurance, speed, grip strength,...

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High school students striving for perfection set an extremely high bar for themselves, which can cause stress and anxiety if such a bar isn’t met.
Under Pressure
Molly Muscato, staff member • March 18, 2021

In many ways, the experience of a phobia is similar to that of a nightmare. Literally referred to as irrational fears, these anxieties are largely baseless, and on some level, those who suffer from them...

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The halls of LHS look different this year, as a two-way hallway system has been implemented to enforce social distancing.
One year later
Ellie George, Jasmine Lafita, and Liam Tucker March 12, 2021

On Wednesday, March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization officially declared Covid-19 a global pandemic. That week, Libertyville first saw everyday life upended by the pandemic, as schools announced...

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