Jillian Jamaleddin

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4,000 Acres in Lee’s Summit Available for Development

By: Jillian Jamaleddin   Property Reserve Inc (PRI), a subsidiary of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, has recently contacted leaders of the city of Lee’s Summit to assist them in the build-up of approximately 4,000 acres in land holdings. The land will be completely master planned, especially since there are no houses or Read More

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AFC Championship: Chiefs vs Patriots

By: Jillian Jamaleddin In the NFL Divisional Round, the Chiefs came out on top against the Colts with a win of 31-13. In the coming AFC Championship game against the Patriots, there could be historically low temperatures between 10 degrees to below zero due to an artic blast in Kansas City. This could not only Read More

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Stan Lee Passes at Age 95

By: Jillian Jamaleddin Writer, editor and publisher for numerous Marvel Comics, Stan Lee, passed away November 12 at age 95. Lee was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center early Monday morning. He had previously suffered from several illnesses and some vision issues as well.   Lee was a creator for characters including Black Panther, Spider-Man, the X-Men, Read More

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LSNHS PTSA Hosts Safe Halloween

By: Jillian Jamaleddin On October 31 from 6 to 8 p.m., the LSN PTSA will hold its annual Safe Halloween for the community. The event will occur in the commons where there will be 30 to 40 booths set up for the trick-or-treaters. The students passing out the candy will be in costumes and the Read More

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Chiefs Remain Undefeated in NFL 2018 Season

By: Jillian Jamaleddin    Four games into the NFL regular season this year, and the Kansas Chiefs are still on a winning streak. So far, the Chiefs have gone up against the Chargers, Steelers, 49ers and Broncos. Chiefs fans are hopeful for the rest of the season with new starting quarterback Patrick Mahomes in place Read More

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“There’s No Place Like HOMEcoming”

By: Jillian Jamaleddin Starting off the Homecoming festivities Thursday, September 13 is the parade in Downtown Lee’s Summit. The parade starts at 4 p.m. and is followed by the Party in the Parking Lot at LSN.   “It is a good way to express your school spirit and spend time with friends and family. I like Read More

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LSN Website Helps Students and Staff this School Year

By Jillian Jamaleddin       As the school year starts back up, one of the best tools available to both students and staff is the LSN website. There are numerous items located here designed to aid anyone who visits the site.    On the website, pages for activities and athletics can be accessed. Along with Read More

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School Shooting at Highland High School

By: Jillian Jamaleddin This morning, May 11, there was a student shot in the arm at Highland High School in Palmdale, California. The student’s arm was the only injury and is currently stable. The victim is expected to make a full recovery. The shooting took place at around 7:05 a.m. The LA County Sheriff’s Department Read More

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Block Scheduling is Questioned for the 2018-19 Year

By: Jillian Jamaleddin Recently, there has been discussion on whether or not block scheduling should be included in the 2018-19 school year. While block scheduling has been a topic of discussion since it was implemented, the more recent debates were sparked by the survey sent out to students to determine the advantages and disadvantages of Read More

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An Attempt to Evoke Change: A Nationwide Walk-Out

A group of students gather with protest signs during the nationwide walkout. Photo by Rebekah Panek By Jillian Jamaleddin   Today, numerous students decided to participate in a nationwide walk-out. The walk-out started at 10 a.m. and continued until 10:17 a.m. These 17 minutes represent the 17 lives lost during the school shooting in Parkland, Florida.   The Read More

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