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Sixteen States Sue Trump Administration

By: Rhayla Huff This week in American politics, President Trump declared an immigration national emergency in order to pull funds from the states to help build a wall. Not unlike many previous decisions surrounding the wall, this faced much backlash from the states.   In fact, sixteen different states filed a lawsuit to stop his declaration. Read More

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LSN Spring Enrollment Conferences

By: Katie Langle Spring enrollment conferences will begin on Tuesday, February 19 and Thursday the 21. At the conferences, students and parents will meet with the students mentor teacher to look through course requests. The course request deadline was on February 8. These conferences are very helpful for students because this is the last chance Read More

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Summer School Registration

By: Maria Smith Summer school is a viable option for many students. It is a good way to knock out requirements like P.E., health, and personal finance. There are two, 13 day summer school sessions where you can take your class from 7:30am-12 or you can take it over the whole 26 days from 7-9:20 Read More

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Students Donate Blood on Valentine’s Day

By: AJ Conner Last week, 88 students showed their love on Valentine’s Day by signing up to donate blood. Sign-ups were Tuesday during lunch shifts, and slots filled fast. NHS holds a blood drive each February to allow more athletes to donate between winter and spring sports. Students went to the auxiliary gym during their Read More

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Innovation Track: Putting You on the Road to Success

By: Katie Langle If you want college credit for an affordable price then Innovation Track might be for you. Innovation Track provides students with a way to earn college credit at an affordable rate. Classes that are taken through the Innovation Track will count for college and high school credit.   “The Innovation Track is an 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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White House Serves Fast Food to College Football Champs

By: Maria Bisby President Trump participated this year in a long-term tradition to serve the football college champions, however with something far less traditional. President Trump served piles of burgers and fish sandwiches from McDonald’s, Burger King, and Wendy’s all still in their boxes. Dipping sauces were stacked into silver gravy boats and served. Heat Read More

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Boys Swim Receives Recognition at Board Meeting

By: Kayler Smith   Last night, the state-ranked Boys Swim Team was recognized at the December Board of Education meeting for their fourth place finish at the state meet. Dr. Dennis Carpenter, superintendent, and Phyllis Balagna, Board President, presented swimmers Grant Godard, Daniel Worth, JP Hynes and Andrew Bennett with an award of recognition as their 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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Summit Technology Academy Open Houses

By: Tiyah Gipson STA, formerly known as Summit Technology Academy is an innovative experience that prepares high school juniors and seniors for their success in college and in their career. They will be hosting open houses in the next few months. The nearest open house is on Thursday, November 15, 2018 from 6:00-7:30. At this Read More

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