Category: News

Activity fees rise to $50

One time activity fees prove beneficial to families by Solinna Chong, Associate Editor The activity…

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Anti-bullying book features letters from WHS students

Anti-bullying book features letters from WHS students

by Megan Jones, Editor-in-Chief Letters started flowing in to Michael Anthony, WHS 1999 graduate, after…

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WPAC, AP Government plan mock election

WPAC, AP Government plan mock election

by Mark Tannous, Broadcast Editor With the presidential election right around the corner, WPAC (Wheeling…

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Swierczek retires after years of working as dean

by Rosalie Chan, Web Editor This year, Debra Swierczek, retired dean of students, has retired,…

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Healthier initiative spreads to cafeteria

Healthier initiative spreads to cafeteria

by Megan Jones, Editor-in-Chief A big change in the lunch lines across the nation has…

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The Fold performs at back-to-school concert

The Fold performs at back-to-school concert

Photos by Frida Valdés, Feature Editor, and Rosalie Chan, Web Editor WHS invited The Fold,…

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Students, teachers volunteer at Dream Relief Day

Students, teachers volunteer at Dream Relief Day

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Freshmen attend annual orientation, activity fair

Freshmen attend annual orientation, activity fair

Photos by Megan Jones, Editor-in-Chief, and Kristina Piamonte, Photo Editor Freshmen orientation took place from…

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WHS says goodbye, honors Cadle

WHS says goodbye, honors Cadle

by Megan Jones, Editor-in-Chief A standing ovation was held for Margaret Cadle, special education assistant,…

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English classes use Kindles to raise interest in reading

by Mark Tannous, Asst. Sports Editor The difference between hearing a teacher say “Class, please…

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