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Matt’s Safe School Law

Matt’s Safe School Law

By: Ryan Moonka Matt’s Safe School Law, a law designed to combat bullying in Michigan school districts, recently passed in the Michigan Senate. The law was strongly opposed by Democrats because of an addition to the bill allowing students to bully on the basis of religious or moral beliefs. The law, if passed by the [...]

School Board Recall

School Board Recall

By: Courtney Eathorne Seven. That’s the number of school board members that could lose their job this year. President Ingrid Day, Vice President Ed Ford, Treasurer Cynthia Von Oeyen, Secretary Kate Patterson, and now trustee members Jacqueline El-Sayed, Robert Herner, and Mark Bank are all fighting for their spots. The proposed idea of the school [...]

Distracted Driving

Distracted Driving

By: Jazz Croskey Your eyes are off the road for only an instant. In the next second, your car could be upside down in a ditch. Scary?  Of course it is. In the past year, there has been an increase in distracted driving related accidents and deaths. Most of these accidents and deaths involve teens. [...]

Borders Closed

Borders Closed

By: Erin Antonishen STORE CLOSED, plastered in capitals across the front of Border’s, one of the most profitable and biggest book stores nationwide, essentially marks a potential end to the paper-back era. Borders had been known as one of the most reputable and well known book stores across the nation, flourishing in business since as [...]

Model High School

By: Carlie Kraus Many people who do not attend Model High School often degrade and ridicule the teachings and learning techniques of this anomalous high school. “Model can be whatever you make of it,” says Lahser junior Nathan Cole, “If you are a motivated and self-sufficient worker then you will succeed and grow at Model.” [...]

Heart Check

Heart Check

Doctors, nurses, and a massive number of local students crowded into Andover High School on Wednesday, April 20th for check up that could have saved their life. Following recent tragedies in the area, including Andover student Peter Catcho’s death due to cardiac arrest, Beaumont Hospital offered a free heart testing for any high school student. [...]

Traub Candidates Await Selection

Traub Candidates Await Selection

“Traub is an inspiration for art of all kind,” says orchestra teacher Mrs. Hashien. In 1956 the Traub Memorial Scholarship Travel Fund was founded, and over half a century later, the tradition carries on at Lahser High School. The purpose of this program is to reward artistically and musically talented seniors with a summer abroad [...]

Illegal Registration

Illegal Registration

Who knew that trying to open better educational opportunities for her children would land Akron, Ohio resident Kelley Willaims-Bolar behind bars. January 15, 2011, jury convicted Williams-Bolar, a woman pursuing a career in education who made the decision to send her children to a higher-ranked school in a neighboring community; but failed to recognize that [...]

The Middle Years Program

The Middle Years Program

As most members of the Lahser community know, Lahser has recently attained the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program giving Lahser, in partnership with East Hills Middle School, IB World School status. The MYP, aimed at students ages 11-16, lays the groundwork for the international mindset of the Diploma Program, for students in their final years [...]

New Curriculum

New Curriculum

Students will experience new changes and exciting opportunities beginning fall, 2011. After years of dedication and preparation, Lahser has achieved IB World School status. This will lead to the creation of IB classes such as, IB English, which can be taken by 11th and 12th graders, AP (Advanced Placement)/IB Biology, SL (Standard Level) Chemistry, IB [...]

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