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Humans of Lambert

“I encourage young people to get involved in the acting community, whether it be at a local or national level.” - Abigail Jackson, Lambert French Teacher

Patrick Bullock, Staff Writer

April 19, 2017

“Around the time I had moved to Georgia from Washington D.C. and began teaching French, the movie and television industry really started to boom here. I had done some theater in my teens and during my college years, so I decided I would try out for roles and look for an agent. At first, I did a...

North Park Elementary School Shooting

San Bernardino Police patrol car; the first responders to the situation at North Park Elementary School.

Zain Hyath, Staff Writer

April 13, 2017

On Monday April 10th, Cedric Anderson entered North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino, California; the same city where a terrorist attack occurred in December 2015. Cedric Anderson drove to the elementary school and signed in at the office not appearing to be agitated and went directly to classroom...

Parent-teachers: the presence of mom or dad at school

Junior David Standeven and Dr. Janet Standeven, his mom and his biotech teacher, share a very close bond. They both shared how David would pop in during the day to say hello and give a hug. Dr. Standeven explained further that they have a signal in case she cannot be disturbed during a particular class period.

Hannah Kim, Senior Editor

December 6, 2016

There are students whose parents are teachers; then, there are students whose parents are teachers at their own schools. To discover how this dynamic may affect school and social life, four Lambert students whose parents teach at the school were individually interviewed, and they all agreed they ...

Humans of Lambert

Jennifer Wilson, head of Lambert's Student Council and AP US History teacher, discusses some of the best advice she was given.

Madeline Laguaite, Features Editor

March 1, 2016

"Probably the best piece of advice I've ever received, and have come to live by, is to grow where you're planted. Circumstance, trials, tribulations…I may not be in control of circumstance, but I ultimately have control of how I handle each obstacle in my path. I choose to be strong and confident,...

What makes a good teacher?

There is no secret that teachers work extremely hard to provide education for students however, are some teachers better than others, and what makes them that way?

Elizabeth Findley, Staff Writer

February 29, 2016

When a new school year rolls around, one of the most common topics of conversation heard from students is the discussion of what teacher everyone has for the new semester. The same questions and comments are made each year about the various attributes about teachers and their classes. “This teacher...