Monday, February 25, 2013
Each month, LHS recognizes a student from each grade level for hard work and dedication to the school and the community. Selections rotate among the school’s various departments from month to month.
Monday, February 25
Four Lemont High School students were recognized as February Students of the Month at the district’s Board of Education meeting Feb. 19. The honorees are senior Carly Tucker (World Languages), junior Rebecca Eichwedel (Family and Consumer Sciences), sophomore Lauren May (Physical Education) and freshman Clare Rachwalski (Art). Carly Tucker, Senior (World Languages) The World Languages Department named Carly Tucker as the Senior Student of the Month. Carly most enjoys Spanish IV Honors Accelerated, Humanities and a wide range of social studies classes. A high honor roll performer, she is described as an integral part of a good class dynamic, and genuinely is missed in classroom discussions and activities if she’s not present. An avid class …
Monday, October 31, 2011
Photos from Friday's first round matchup against Morgan Park, courtesy of Peter Marzano.
Monday, October 31, 2011
Despite a strong start from the visiting Morgan Park Mustangs, the Lemont varsity football team rallied for another convincing win Friday night in the first game of the IHSA Class 6A playoffs. The Indians (10-0) beat the Mustangs (4-6) 56-30, scoring 47 points after falling behind 12-3 early in the first quarter. Lemont will travel to conference rival Oak Forest next week for their second-round match after the Bengals dismantled conference foe T.F. North in a 48-26 win Friday night. The date and time of the game will be announced at 2 p.m. Monday on IHSA.org. Photos from Friday's game at Lemont High School were provided by Lemont resident Peter Marzano of La Vita Bella Photography. Check out the complete gallery at http://pmarz.zenfolio.…
Friday, September 30, 2011
Lemont's Christos Giatras runs for a pair of touchdowns as Lemont moves to 6-0 on the season.
Lemont 21, Bremen 0: The Indians used a punishing ground attack and some good special teams to get past the previously unbeaten Braves. Breaking It Down: In a battle of unbeaten teams on Friday night the visiting Indians and host Braves looked anything but unblemished as they struggled through a scoreless and eventless first half. The Indians only managed 89 yards and failed to menace offensively as kicker Josh Young missed a pair of 30-yard attempts. Bremen was even more stagnant as they had -3 yards rushing on 15 carries. Their only bright spot was quarterback Cedric Clemons, who was four of eight for 78 yards. But the home side had five three-and-outs on seven possessions. “That first half, that wasn’t us,” said Lemont offensive …
Monday, April 11, 2011
Lemont High School Prom 2011
Lemont High School students kicked off prom season Sunday night at Seven Bridges Golf Club in Woodridge. Patch would love to share your prom photos on the site. Email Local Editor Amanda Luevano at email@example.com or upload them straight to this article!
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Faculty Idol 5 was held at Lemont High School's Performing Arts Center on Friday March 4.
Last Friday, some of Lemont High School's bravest and most talented faculty members took the stage for Faculty Idol, the school's fifth annual staff talent competition. Highlights from the show included boy band covers by winner Jon Deguzman and his group, Out of Sync, as well as performances by math teacher Ashley Clark, who covered Lady GaGa's "Born This Way," and English teacher Phil Lazzari, who covered Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall" with his band, Active Voice. Faculty Idol 5 was hosted by the Lemont High School Speech team, and will benefit students as they head to speech camp this summer. Click here for videos from all nine of the Faculty Idol 5 participants. If you have an idea for a future Viewfinder subject, e-mail …
Friday, February 18, 2011
The team will compete in the Team Dance Illinois State Championship on Sunday, March 6, in Peoria.
The Lemont High School Varsity Poms team will once again compete for a state championship after finishing first in a competition earlier this season. On Jan. 29, the Lemont dancers took first place in the Open Pom category at Romeoville High School's "Snowflake Shake." With their win, the girls earned a placement bid to the Team Dance Illinois State Championship, which will be held Sunday, March 6, at Carver Arena in the Peoria Civic Center. High school squads from across the Illinois may qualify for the TDI Championship by earning either a placement bid (finishing in the top three in a competition and achieving a score of 83 or better) or an automatic bid (achieving a score of 90 or better). This is the third-straight season that Lemont …
Monday, February 14, 2011
A roundup of the biggest headlines on Lemont Patch last week.
Highlights from last week: Relay for Life efforts are already underway in Lemont and Homer Glen. The group is busy planning their kick-off event, which will be held Tuesday, March 8, at Illinois Bar and Grill. The Educational Foundation for Lemont-Bromberek Combined School District 113A raised more than $19,000 at their Pre-Bowl Bash fundraiser. Since forming in May of last year, the group has raised more than $25,000 for academic grants in the district. In case you haven't heard, AOL — Patch's parent company — announced last week plans to acquire The Huffington Post. As the snow melts away this week, Snowpocalypse 2011 will officially become a thing of the past. As we say goodbye to SnOMG, check out our by-the-numbers look at Lemont's …
Monday, December 13, 2010
Patch found answers to several questions from readers regarding Lemont High School's possible investment in Lemont-Bromberek Combined School District 113A.
When news broke last week that Lemont High School District 210 had agreed to purchase tax anticipation warrants (TAWs) from Lemont-Bromerek Combined School District 113A, Patch received a number of emails from readers who wanted more details on the possible transaction. We've compiled several of your questions along with some of our own, and found answers from district officials and Illinois State Board of Education representatives. Q: Has District 113A already entered a formal agreement with District 210 regarding the issuance of TAWs? A: No. The District 113A Board of Education is scheduled to discuss the matter during their regular meeting Monday. However, according to the meeting's agenda, the board will only be voting to "…
Thursday, December 2, 2010
The induction ceremony was held at in the school's Performing Arts Center on Wednesday night.
The Lemont High School chapter of the National Honor Society welcomed 110 new members in a special induction ceremony Wednesday night. The event, which was held in the school's Performing Arts Center, recognized students from the junior and senior classes who have demonstrated outstanding scholarship, leadership, character and service. The Lemont High School chapter of the National Honor Society is named after former teacher Harold Julian, and is led by current English teachers Marek Dron and Anna Kemp. Click here for a complete list of inductees and current members.
Monday, September 27, 2010
Halftime performances from the Varsity Cheerleading and Poms teams.
Lemont High School cheerleaders and dancers helped celebrate Homecoming with special performances during halftime of Friday's football game.