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Laker Time: Good or Bad?

Laker Time: Good or Bad?

Abbie Fouberg, Contributor

April 12, 2019


Filed under Features

The change in laker time threw a wrench into everyone’s schedules, students and faculty alike. I myself have my own individual opinions on the new change, but why form an opinion based on simply the outcome and not the story behind it. I’m here to provide you with the story that lead to the fina...

Women

Women

Abbie Fouberg, Contributor

March 15, 2019


Filed under Features, Opinion

Women   When you hear that word what do you think of? No seriously leave it in the comments because I am genuinely curious. Do you think power? Do you think of intelligence? Do you think of president of the United States? Do you think of the embodiment of strength? Or, do you think of adject...

What is Student Council?

What is Student Council?

Skyler Longerbone, Contributer

March 15, 2019


Filed under Features

Not many students at Prior Lake High School know what the student council members do for our school. I decided to interview Kendra Gilbertson, a freshman student council member, to find out more about the club that’s the backbone of our school. Q: What is the point of student council? A: It al...

Radiant Robotics Team

Radiant Robotics Team

Natalie Hoepner, Editor

March 15, 2019


Filed under Features

The Prior Lake High School's Robotics Team is one of the many cool activities offered at our high school. Many students participate in this rigorous group and enjoy it! The KING TeC 2169 website says that the Robotics progression can start as early as the grade of kindergarten and can continue until...

Pictures; Sweethearts; Coronation: Oh My!

Pictures; Sweethearts; Coronation: Oh My!

Abbie Fouberg, Author

February 14, 2019


Filed under Features

Prior Lake only hosts two dances a year, excluding prom. You have the homecoming dance and then the sweethearts dance. For those of you who don’t know, the sweethearts dance is Prior Lake's twist on the “Sadie Hopkins dance.” It’s all about going against the norm and having girls ask the guys i...

Prior Lake Speech: How does your perspective change?

Prior Lake Speech: How does your perspective change?

Abbie Fouberg, Preethi Kumar, and Natalie Hoepner

February 13, 2019


Filed under Features, Uncategorized

The Prior Lake speech meet is unlike any other. I have only been to 3 meets so far as a Freshman but there has been a pretty consistent trend. Such as, the way breakings get posted after you’ve had enough time to eat a full course meal. But of course that doesn’t happen either because your only...

“Students Are Lazy”: Why The System Disappoints

“Students Are Lazy”: Why The System Disappoints

Abbie Fouberg

February 12, 2019


Filed under Features, Opinion

Do you like school? I’m going to go off on a whim and say your answer is no. Every teenager has thousands of ideas on how our schools can change the way they run things, yet there has been hardly any progress. We are still moved along in fixed age groups regardless of our learning progress. There...

PLHS Senior proud to be the Parking Lot Rascal 

PLHS Senior proud to be the Parking Lot Rascal 

Jack Krause, Contributor

January 31, 2019


Filed under Features

Jake Garfield is a senior at PLHS. Like many students, he has activities going on after school and doesn't enjoy spending time in the school parking lot waiting. He isn't afraid of cutting people off and driving aggressively to get out when he wants. The way Garfield drives and brags about his actions...

Early bird math students get the Worm

Early bird math students get the Worm

Jacob Zollar, Contributor

January 21, 2019


Filed under Features

Ever since his childhood, Mr. Worm has mentored struggling students and assisted them in understanding the complex aspects included in math. “The most rewarding part is when I can turn confusion into understanding,” he said.   Philip Worm, referred to by students as ‘Mr. Worm’, was...

Dillon Takes His Final Bow

Dillon Takes His Final Bow

Claire Dolan, Contributor

January 18, 2019


Filed under Features

Last weekend, Senior Dillon Ziegler performed in his last one-act play at the Prior Lake High School, with only one more show to go until he takes his final bow of high school theatre. He has performed in every one-act play since sophomore year, from playing Benvolio in “Romeo and Juliet” in his ...

Prior Lake has ‘a-choired’ attention from surrounding schools

Prior Lake has ‘a-choired’ attention  from surrounding schools

Payton Poulos, Contributor

January 17, 2019


Filed under Features

As students walk near the cafeteria, they begin to hear the harmonies and melodies of choir students floating from the hall. This lovely sound is the product of the Prior Lake High School’s choir directors, Rob Hahn and Randi Erlandson. The retirement of Tom Hassig led to new and groundbreaking...

No Shave, No Problem

No Shave, No Problem

CJ Mathis, Contributor

November 19, 2018


Filed under Features

Shaving and trimming of facial hair is something every reasonable person does to maintain a clean respectable appearance. So obviously there is a whole month dedicated to the prevention of that appearance. Speaking with Mr. Grimme an English teacher at Prior Lake High School, I was able to gain more ...

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