Sexual harassment affects students as well as adults

Madison Easley, Staff Writer

April 12, 2018

A girl gets home from school and is sitting in her room while scrolling on her phone. She sees she has a new message and opens it. She is immediately uncomfortable to see that a peer from school has asked her for unsolicited s...

School safety on the minds of students, teachers

Sophia Hardin, Staff Writer

April 12, 2018

School safety has been on the mind of many American students recently. It seems like there is a new school shooting every week. Students have to live in fear of being murdered at their own school. Every Lakeside student has his or her own pe...

Esteves never stops trying no matter the challenge

Honor Swan, Staff Writer

April 12, 2018

Going from just learning how to sew to winning the costume construction competition at the state Thespian’s Festival, sophomore Madison Esteves can truly accomplish almost anything that she puts her mind to. Even though she ha...

Unique class strives to meet students’ needs

Honor Swan, Writer

December 13, 2017

In the middle of the room, desks are aligned, computers are in the corner, and a stove and fridge are in the back. This is a special classroom where students learn life skills and prepare for the world outside the school walls. “Working...

Staying in school not ideal for all

Gaylynn Green, Writer

December 13, 2017

Some students can’t deal with the pressure of school and things going on outside of school. They might just have too much going on. That’s why some students choose to drop out. “We want to help them do what’s best for...

Social media taking a toll on students academically, emotionally

Madison Easley, Staff Writer

November 15, 2017

    Throughout class, students discreetly take a peek at their smartphones as lights blink and screens flash. As soon as the teacher gives permission, every student in the classroom simultaneously pulls out their ph...