While Kouts is filled with amazing athletes that deserve credit for all their amazing dedication, some specific individuals deserve recognition.
Teacher Spotlight: Edward Ivanyo
Mr. Ivanyo is always somewhere in the Boone Grove halls, he's always watching over the students, like a noble knight. But, do we acknowledge him as much as we should?
As a graduating senior, you have most likely had a specific teacher for, at the most, three years. It is rare to find a teacher that is there at your kindergarten and senior graduation.
#1StudentNWI: February is Keeping Students at the Porter County Career & Technical Center Involved in a Number of Disciplines
Student Spotlight: Hannah Christie Named 2017 'Drive Safe Chicago' PSA Contest Winner
Hannah is a first year student in video productions and a junior at Boone Grove High School.
At the beginning of the month, Hannah was one of three finalists from the Career Center for the Drive Safe Chicago PSA contest. Her thirty second video was titled “Too Tired To Drive”. It warned viewers about the danger of driving while tired.
Student Spotlight: Michael Downham
"At the beginning of my high school career, if I would have seen myself, I would say that I was isolated and antisocial."
DECA-Distributive Education Clubs of America. This is what it used to stand for, but now it means nothing.
For Kouts patrons and students, basketball season is equivalent to a football season. Kouts thrives in the season that celebrates sweaty students, iconic plays, ticking anticipation, and determination. So, when basketball season rolls around, not only do the students explode in enthusiasm. The parents, grandparents, foes, longtime pals, and players crowd in for the game. From there these odd groups of people hop place to place as the basketball boys play, lose, win, and share in every fantastic moment. Plus, wherever you’re from, whether it be the opposing side that night, or right in your home gym, basketball brings about this sense of competition. It rials up the most unenthusiastic crowd.
After an amazing 2016 year at Wheeler High School, students and teachers alike are eager to begin the 2017 year! We hope that everyone had a wonderful holiday break and that your New Year’s resolutions are still going strong! Here is the latest news and upcoming events from Wheeler High School. In regards to recent updates, Wheeler High School’s academic teams have been regularly meeting in preparation for the 2017 Indiana Academic Super Bowl. The following teams are open for students to join: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, English, and Fine Arts. The English Academic Team meets after school on Thursdays, The Fine Arts Academic Team meets during first resource on Thursdays, Science Academic Team meets during second resource on Fridays, and Math Academic Team meets during first resource on Thursdays. We wish...
Technology in Learning
In the 21st century we are constantly seeing new technology that is changing the way we live and learn. A technology that most people are familiar with is the Virtual Reality headset. These headsets allow you to view movies, videos and games via smartphone, computer and even gaming systems. The computer animated design (CAD) class is using this technology to bring projects to life.
What’s Happening: Girl’s Basketball
The Boone Grove’s women basketball team hit a rough patch at the beginning of the basketball season (but so does every sport). The strong women on the team gradually rose up and conquered their losses with wins.
If you were to ask a Washington Township student what their favorite week of the school year is, they will most likely answer Homecoming Week.