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Light display parade to be held by SLHS Leadership

Abigail Paulikonis, Staff Writer April 22, 2021

South Lakes Leadership is hosting a drive-through light show this Friday, on April 24th at 8 PM. There will be music and light displays made by South Lakes clubs and teams. All the clubs and teams' light...

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DC Cherry Blossom Festival goes online for 2021

Aseil Hassan, Staff Writer April 20, 2021

It has been a tradition that every cherry blossom season in the spring there’s a festival in Washington DC each year to celebrate the blooming of the sakuras. With the pandemic, there is no safe way...

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South Lakes STEAM Team installs new sculpture on Lake Thoreau

Camilla Wynes, Staff Writer April 15, 2021

Another year, another new sculpture on the Lake Thoreau spillway put together by South Lakes’ STEAM students. This year, a whole new range of challenges were brought forward. Mr. Rando, art teacher and...

Class of 2021 meeting updates

Class of 2021 meeting updates

Helen Ehrlich, Editor-In-Chief February 9, 2021

With 114 days (including breaks and weekends) until graduation for the class of 2021, administrators brought the senior class into a virtual meeting to discuss what the remainder of the year will include....

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Class schedule for the week of January 18, 2021

Helen Ehrlich, Editor-In-Chief January 14, 2021

Due to changes made to Fairfax County’s return-to-school plan and the end of the first semester, scheduling changes have been made to week of January 18, 2021.   Monday, January 18: No School...

Soccer recruitment through COVID: Carter Berg

Broadcasting Department December 18, 2020

We take you inside the commitment story of one of South Lakes' top athletes, soccer player Carter Berg.

Best ways to relax during winter break

Best ways to relax during winter break

Madison Kauffman, Staff Writer December 18, 2020

Life during the holidays, for many of us, has always been stressful. Now, the holidays include the added pressures of COVID-19. It seems that most of the benefits of the holidays, like  spending time...

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Student company spreads warmth with Baba Blankets

Camilla Wynes, Staff Writer December 18, 2020

As COVID-19 rages on and our longing to see loved ones grows stronger by the day, a Junior Achievement company coming from 19 students at South Lakes hopes to provide comfort and spread love. Love is a...

Joy to the world, a little earlier this year

Joy to the world, a little earlier this year

Rhea Braganza, Staff Writer December 18, 2020

The start of the holiday season has always been a controversial topic. The ongoing debate of “when should Christmas start?” happens each year. How much justice should Thanksgiving get? 2020 has obviously...

Pick your poison: Concurrent learning

Pick your poison: Concurrent learning

Luke Cavey, Staff Writer December 18, 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic schools have resulted in different ways of learning. One of these methods is concurrent learning. For Fairfax County Public Schools, concurrent is splitting people into...

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