Author: mindy.haesemeyer

Nerf-War Tradition Continues at LSN

Story By Areesa Steele – Staff Reporter


The LSN Nerf War is a way for students to get connected with each other and have fun. Many students choose to participate in it each year. Every team needs to have,

Baseball Begins for 2022

Story and Photo by Lily Temple – Assistant Editor


 February 28th marks the beginning of the 2022 boys baseball season. Tryouts begin early in the morning on Monday and go on through Friday. Final cuts will occur on Saturday

Students Select Courses For Next Year

Story and Graphic by Mia Gatti – Entertainment/Feature Editor


The 2021-2022 school year is coming close to an end, and it is enrollment time. Most students do not like this process. It is hard for students when they don’t

Bags for Bucks: Fundraising for Project Grad

Story and Photo by Selah Wheeler – Staff Reporter


 As most know, the Class of 2022 graduation will be held on Saturday, May 21st at Children’s Mercy Park. Directly after this is an event called “Project Graduation”, which has

Who is Mr. Kasten?

Story and Photo by Bailee Council – Staff Reporter


   Lee’s Summit North has had many amazing teachers throughout the building and the years. But for the past two years, Seth Kasten has been a common favorite among many students.

An Adventure to Europe

Story by Giorgia Risoldi – Staff Reporter

   Dr. Michele Branch, a Lee’s Summit North English teacher, organized a school trip to Europe that was supposed to be during spring break. Unfortunately, due to many unforeseen issues, the trip was canceled. 

The Shortino Family in LSR7

Story by Areesa Steele – Staff Reporter


The Shortino family spreads throughout the LSR7 district. Right now, there are three Shortino’s that are staff members of LSN: Mandy, Ryan, and Matthew Shortino. The resemblance between both of the brothers

NHS Blood Drive

Story and Photo by Lily Temple – Assistant Editor

   February 23rd…a day to save lives. This year on Feb. 23, the National Honor Society (NHS) will be hosting its annual blood drive, but this year, it is more important than

Chiefs’ Season Sadly Complete

Story and Graphic by Mia Gatti – Entertainment/Feature Editor


The Kansas City Chiefs had an eventful season with many ups and downs. They started off with a rough couple of games,  losing a few in a row, but this