• Graduation will be held in the Field House at 7pm on May 28th. The last day of school for grades PreK-11 is June 3rd.
  • PROM has been rescheduled for June 4th. Grand March is open to anyone, provided they wear a mask.
  • Students are allowed back in school FULL TIME beginning May 17th.

The Lantern

Even in 2021, men still get paid more for equal work

It doesn’t make cents

Amelia Qualey, Editor in chief
May 18, 2021
Depression along with other mental illnesses are creating a burden for many teens.

A fight worth fighting

Marguerite Holes, Staff Writer
February 26, 2021
Although 2020 was a huge test for many, there are various positive opportunities hidden in 2021.

A light at the end of a dark tunnel

Amelia Qualey, Editor in Chief
January 4, 2021
A problem of pandemic proportions

A problem of pandemic proportions

Amelia Qualey, Editor in chief
October 2, 2020
Although this painting of Spider Man is pretty epic, in the super hero world there needs to be more diversity.

Everyone deserves a cape

Ali Larson, Features Editor
March 25, 2020
Emma Conway finds a new approach to dealing with the hysteria for COVID 19

To that I say thank you

Emma Conway, Editor in chief
March 19, 2020
Seniors, decked out in red white and blue, Anna Giese, Macy Duden, Jada Krinke, Olivia Johnson, Kylie Wersal, Sara Twedt, Vienna Qualey, Delaney Koppmann, Kay Smith, Julia Jarvi, Emma Conway, Ellie Stodden, and Zoe Jesh cheered on the Bombers from the North end zone on September 6. This is an example of one of the first lasts for the class of 2020.

How to survive and thrive senior year

Emma Conway, Editor-in-chief
September 27, 2019
Fake news compilation

Fake news

Chris Baszuro, Staff Writer
April 5, 2019
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