In the past year, it has sometimes been difficult to continue long held traditions due to school closures and social distancing. We are fortunate to be able to continue a long standing LCHS tradition in which members of the graduating class leave their painted handprints on the walls in a locker bay. This anticipated event is something students look forward to from their first days as an Eagle. In November, the first round of LCHS Seniors were invited to participate in the annual ritual of physically leaving their mark on the building and community. Another opportunity for seniors to leave a colorful handprint will be offered in February, with the hopes that all members of the Class of 2021 will be able to participate in the ritual by the end of the school year.
Maryrose Dadivas, a talented student from Antioch Upper Grade School, has achieved remarkable success by placing second in the Lake County Treasurer’s annual 6th-8th...