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Humans of La Salle: People Share Their Summer Plans

Humans of La Salle: People Share Their Summer Plans

Maddie Khaw, Mallory Middendorff, and Olivia Galbraith, Staff Reporter

June 5, 2019

With the start of summer just around the corner, we asked the students and staff of La Salle what their summer plans are, and compiled their responses into a video. https://youtu.be/g83A6h6z-RE What are your summer plans? Let us know in the comments below! The Falconer staff wishes you a great...

Students Celebrate St. La Salle Day

Students Celebrate St. La Salle Day

Reilly Smith, Staff Photographer

May 31, 2019

Today, students and staff celebrated St. La Salle Day with activities, and a final assembly. Here are some photos from today's events:

As She Gets Ready to Graduate, Senior Isabella Griffiths Strives to “Offer Kindness and Love” to The World

As She Gets Ready to Graduate, Senior Isabella Griffiths Strives to “Offer Kindness and Love” to The World

Anna McClow, Assistant Editor

May 29, 2019

As a freshman girl, coming off three years of being home schooled, senior Isabella Griffiths was both excited and nervous walking into “the biggest school” she had ever been in. “My middle school was [at my house], and my elementary school was really tiny,” Griffiths said. “It was nerve-...

Junior Ann Marie Bottita Uses Falcons for Life Club to Represent “People Whose Voices Aren’t Being Able to Be Heard”

Junior Ann Marie Bottita Uses Falcons for Life Club to Represent “People Whose Voices Aren’t Being Able to Be Heard”

Kendall Whiteside, Staff Reporter

May 29, 2019

Junior Ann Marie Bottita has overcome many obstacles by forming a club for a topic that is sometimes hard to talk about, but that she feels is an important issue that needs to be addressed. By running the Falcons for Life club at La Salle, Bottita aims to create a safe and welcoming place for pro...

Student of The Week: Madison Fahlman-Katler

Student of The Week: Madison Fahlman-Katler

Olivia Aragon, Staff Reporter

May 22, 2019

Sophomore Madison Fahlman-Katler participates in CrossFit and works at the law firm Callahan and Shears, all while maintaining an unweighted 4.02 GPA this semester. Her advanced courses are Honors English 2, Honors Biology, and Honors Algebra 2, and next year she plans on taking AP English 3, Honors ...

Flex the Art: Photos of Arts Week at La Salle

Flex the Art: Photos of Arts Week at La Salle

Sam Hull, Staff Photographer

May 22, 2019

In honor of both the visual arts and performing arts programs, this week is arts week at La Salle. During arts week, pieces made by students in Ms. Cha's various art classes are being displayed all over the school, specifically in the main hallway. The pieces displayed range from photos taken by photography...

Humans of La Salle: People Share Their Celebrity Crush

Humans of La Salle: People Share Their Celebrity Crush

Maddie Khaw, Mallory Middendorff, and Olivia Galbraith

May 22, 2019

We asked students and staff of La Salle who their celebrity crush is, and compiled their responses into a video. https://youtu.be/-cNgR4EwzL8 Who is your celebrity crush? Let us know in the comments below and leave any ideas you have for upcoming videos!

“What I Wish I Knew”: Upperclassmen Give Advice About What They Have Learned

“What I Wish I Knew”: Upperclassmen Give Advice About What They Have Learned

Jane Elle, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2019

Many underclassmen are still learning how to maneuver their way through high school. With ups, downs, and everything in between, high school can be a challenging time for those who are still finding the way. Given that they have more experience under their belts, we asked several upperclassmen to offer ...

Student of the Week: Robert Reiss

Student of the Week: Robert Reiss

Jacob Wolf, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2019

Sophomore Robert Reiss has worked hard this semester to work a part-time job as a lifeguard, sing in the morning choir, and play the piano, all while maintaining a GPA of 3.96 so far this semester. Reiss’ sophomore year has been a step up academically, and he has pushed himself to take much ha...

Senior Jaden Lee Has Defined Working Hard Through Her Seven Year Ice Skating Career

Senior Jaden Lee Has Defined Working Hard Through Her Seven Year Ice Skating Career

Emily Hawkins, Editor

May 8, 2019

She has been waking up at 4:00 a.m. on a normal school day for the past five years, driving 30 minutes to Mountain View Ice Arena, and lacing up her ice skates. For most people, ice skating consists of clenching onto the side railing while trying to keep their balance. Senior Jaden Lee, on the other...

Sophomore Izzy Sprando Combines Art With Entrepreneurship Through Painting Old Shoes

Sophomore Izzy Sprando Combines Art With Entrepreneurship Through Painting Old Shoes

Mallory Middendorff, Staff Reporter

May 8, 2019

Throughout her life, sophomore Izzy Sprando has always been very artistic. A little less than a year ago, she put her talents to the test and started a small business in which she paints intricate designs on people's shoes for a low cost. Inspiration for this idea came about when Sprando took an art cl...

La Salle Students Travel to Learn About Life in the Colorado Plateau

La Salle Students Travel to Learn About Life in the Colorado Plateau

Tarn Bregman, Assistant Editor

May 1, 2019

Moab, Utah — On April 15, with red and orange rock around them, and the sun hot on their backs, 22 students, myself included, embarked on a five day trip into the Colorado Plateau. Filled with games, hikes, and hands-on learning, the trip to Moab felt more like summer camp than it did school. Most o...

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