Bear Facts

Chloe Faris

Chloe Faris, Magazine Editor-in-Chief

Along with being Editor-in-Chief of the Bear Facts magazine, Chloe is involved with Yearbook, Student Leadership, Student Council, SNAP, and Interact. She is also an Integrated PE leader. In Chloe's free time she loves to spend time with her friends and family. Photo by Nick Lemperis

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Leading the way

January 22, 2019
Nicholas Lemperis, senior, pricks his finger to check his blood sugar levels. Lemperis was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in the first couple weeks of entering high school.

Beyond the type

January 21, 2019

Funding your future

December 14, 2018
Alyson Wisnionski, senior, and her mother do not always agree on topics. Despite their differences, Alyson still respects her mother and the adults in her life.

Adult vs child

October 7, 2018
(From left to right) Katherine Czarnik, junior, Jack Lamb, junior, and Neha Praseed, senior, competed at Sectional last year for speech and acting. Were a highly competitive, national institution and our members find that thrilling and motivating, Praceed said. At the same time, our biggest objective is to help each other speak and present ourselves proficiently and confidently.

Let’s talk passion

September 13, 2018
Five of the main characters in the winter play She Kills Monsters, hold up each of the dragon’s head. This is one of the final scenes as Agnes tries to defeat this monster called the Tiamat.

She Kills Monsters

January 29, 2018
The varsity girls basketball team stands in front of the chapel at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The team traveled there for their summer camp this past summer in order to practice and increase their skills together.

Slam dunk of teamwork

January 22, 2018
Matt Mauleon and Nicole Savage, senior couple, stands under an umbrella. Dating for over three years, the couple has battled the element of time throughout their long relationship.

Lasting love

December 18, 2017
Kaiden Mortimer, senior and social media user, spends time checking her social media. Students like Mortimer, spend more time focused on their phones than their real-life relationships.

Beyond the screen

October 6, 2017
Tayler Erbach, football coach and PE teacher, performs warm ups at a football practice.

Erbach embraces the day

September 2, 2017
Children participating in the Nauvoo fair weave the rag ties, one of the toys Nathan Holbrook, junior, is making for his Eagle Scout project.

A step back in time

April 6, 2017
More than Medicine

More than Medicine

March 17, 2017
Band members perform at their concert on March 9 to show their improvement and hard work.

Music to the ears

March 10, 2017
The five choir students who qualified for State gather for a picture. After practicing the song for weeks, the students from Lake Zurich along with around 200 students from other schools performed it together on Saturday.

More than just a song

February 1, 2017
Students practice for the upcoming choir concert, rehearsing songs like Someday at Christmas as Mr. Juknelis, choir teacher, instructs them on how to improve. Although the purpose of the choir is spreading the holiday spirit, for senior choir members it will be their last holiday concert, making the event bittersweet.

Sounds of the holiday

December 12, 2016

[Video] Say NO to drugs

November 7, 2016
Apollonia Jacobs, preschooler in the child development program, sits and reads with Sydney Shadrick, senior. Jacobs will be aired on TV in a Hillary Clinton commercial.

Little girl, big star

October 19, 2016

The feeling of flying

August 26, 2016
Freshmen taking their Homecoming pictures (left) and seniors taking theirs (right). Seniors who have gone to Homecoming before know the ritual of taking group pictures whereas freshmen are experiencing it for the first time.

Last Dance

October 21, 2015
Val Redmond interacts with a student after school at bus duty. (goes to picture with Val and student by bus)

The Women in Blue

October 9, 2015

Adjusting to Canvas

September 9, 2015
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