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Senior Issue 2019

By: Northern Exposure Staff Hey LSN! Check out our senior issue, released on Friday, May 10.

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Mr. Bronco: Coming to You Today

By: Katie Langle For around 20 years, Lee’s Summit North has been having a Mr. Bronco Pageant. This year’s pageant will take place on Friday, April 26, at 7:30. Doors will open at 7:15 and admission is $7. The candidates are all seniors who have been nominated by the senior class. This year’s candidates are, Read More

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Senior Citizens Prom Hosted By SAAC

By: Tiyah Gipson On Saturday, April 27, 2019, LSN SAAC will be hosting a Senior Citizen Prom from 5:30 to 8:30, in the commons.   “SAAC is Student Activity Advisory Committee. It is a group of 30 kids that represent many sports and activities and we do monthly community service projects,” Mike McGurk, athletic director, said. Read More

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Wellness Walk is Just Around the Corner

By: Maria Smith The second annual Wellness Walk is on Saturday, April 27. Lasting from 8-11 am, the walk promotes suicide prevention and mental health awareness. Students from all three Lee’s Summit schools are encouraged to go, but the meeting place is closest to North, at the corner of Douglas and Tudor. It is encouraged Read More

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The WCC Prom Boutiques for Free

By: Prajukta Ghosh The Wood Chapel United Methodist church, in Lee’s summit is selling the prom accessories for teen girls, who are eager to attend their prom this year. This event is organized each year during spring. The church has 3,000 collection of dresses and jewelleries for teens, every individual needs to select one dress Read More

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The History Behind International Women’s Day

By: Rhayla Huff Marked on March 8th in 1914 to celebrate European women and the suffrage they faced daily, this “holiday” has been around for 105 years. In a celebration of women and all that they do, the past couple of years have been significantly different.   The first country to make it completely official was Read More

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The Ink & Quill

By: David Stevens The Ink & Quill is an amazing resource here at Lee’s Summit North. It allows for students to publish personal works, such as fiction, poetry, or things more like books reviews and essays. Artwork is also accepted. The cap for submissions is five.   Before someone submits, they should make sure it’s up Read More

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New Season for Scholarships has Approached

By: Prajukta Ghosh Scholarship season has approached and counselling websites are the best place to get in touch with any information regarding this. Students may sign up for this through their counselling website or simply chatting about it with their respective counselor. Bronco Connections are also available for students to go and grab some educational Read More

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Chocolate and Charity

By: AJ Conner For those with a sweet tooth and sweeter heart, Got Art Gallery in Downtown Lee’s Summit will host the beginning of a Chocolate Crawl next Saturday. Those wishing to participate just need to bring a non-perishable food item or money to donate between 12 and 2, and will receive a full-size chocolate Read More

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Courtwarming Spirit Week Begins Monday, January 28

By: Maria Smith Courtwarming is almost here. With the Glow themed informal dance following the basketball game next Friday it is traditional to have spirit week. The week starts with “Pajama Day” on Monday. “Neon Day” follows, so make sure to wear your brightest and most obnoxious-colored clothes. Wednesday is “space day” so breakout your Read More

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