Lake Central changes will benefit future students

2014-01-17T00:00:00Z 2014-01-20T17:45:12Z Lake Central changes will benefit future students nwitimes.com
January 17, 2014 12:00 am

I really enjoyed the Jan. 10 article about Lake Central High School’s new building.

I am a sophomore at Lake Central, and I appreciated that you put in many different perspectives.

Many students love the new building while others are very nostalgic and miss the old building. The new academic center is spacious and clean. I’m overjoyed that the students have finally been moved to the new building, but the old school will be greatly missed.

Over the rest of my time at Lake Central, there will be many new changes, including a new music wing and auditorium. In my opinion, all of these changes will benefit the whole student body as well as many future generations to come.

— Elise Bereolos, St. John

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