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Announcements Mar 18- March 24, 2019

20 March 2019

What’s going on at WHS this week: General: These are the last days of our three weeks Pennies for Patients campaign. On Thursday, March 21 during advisory our club members and officers will be visiting your classrooms to recover the white boxes, count your donations and establish the winning 3rd period classroom for PIZZA PARTY! Thank you for fighting […]

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Throwback with Tammy Zirkle

20 March 2019

By: Jadyn Wood. Tammy Zirkle is a math teacher at Waynesboro High School. She teaches algebra. She graduated in 1982. She then went on to college at Longwood where she earned her bachelors of  Mathematics with a concentration in Education and Computers. She has worked with kids and loved working with kids ever since she […]

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Throwing it back to Kristin Trovers high school life

Throwing it back to Kristin Trovers high school life

20 March 2019

By: Abby Sikora Trover in 2019 Photo by Abby Sikora Trover’s high school prom in 1998Photo by Abby Sikora Kristin Trover has been teaching Biology, Honors Biology, and Ecology at Waynesboro High School for 6 years. After teaching her younger siblings some of the things she had been learning in college, Trover realized she really […]

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The 90's With Catherine Karp

The 90’s With Catherine Karp

19 March 2019

By: Peyton McNorton Catherine Karp is an Algebra and Probability & Statistics teacher at Waynesboro High School from Pau, France. Karp has been working with Waynesboro Public Schools for three years. During her time at WHS, Karp has also taught Geometry, AFADA, and Algebra Foundations. Karp graduated high school in 1990 and she earned her […]

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Jacob’s athletic and academic life.

07 February 2019

By: Jackson Sherman Jacob is styling with his fashion clothing. Jacob Bell is a Mid-field soccer athlete and is good at what he does. He has been playing soccer his whole life and loves everything about it. Jacob played summer soccer last year and looks forward to going out for the Waynesboro High School JV […]

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About Peyton McNorton

05 February 2019

By: Jadyn Wood. Peyton McNorton, is a freshman that loves many things and wants a grat career in her future. If Peyton could go anywhere in the world she would want to go somewhere in Europe, because she’s never been there. She would like to go there but she is still considering moving there after […]

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The Life Of Kamren Hale

05 February 2019

By: Abby Sikora Kamren HalePhoto by Jackson Sherman Kamren Hale batting at a Waynesboro High School baseball gamePhoto By Skyler Puckett Hitting, sliding, and tackling are just three things Kamren Hale is obsessed with. The athletic 10th grader does many sports like baseball, football, and wrestling. “I think my favorite would have to be baseball,” […]

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Jaydn Joins Journalism

05 February 2019

By Peyton McNorton Jaydn Wood is a freshman at WHS taking Journalism 1. She decided to enroll in Journalism because she likes to write. In her free time, Wood likes to draw and write poems. “I enjoy writing poems because it’s the best way to get my thoughts out of my head,” said Jaydn. If […]

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Snow day fun day

11 January 2019

By: Peyton McNorton Let’s face it, when you were a kid, you had so much fun things you did when it was snowing. Even if the power went out, your parents always had something for you to do. But as you got older, you don’t have anything fun to do. What if you have to […]

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How to be safe on icy roads

How to be safe on icy roads

11 January 2019

This photo provided by: The Allstate Blog Team https://i0.wp.com/blog.allstate.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/car-driving-in-the-snow_iStock.jpg?resize=684%2C340&ssl=1 By: Jacob Bell & Jackson Sherman Reduce speed on icy roadsGo easy on the brakes when turning and when stoppingAvoid hills and bridges if possibleIn case of a wreck don’t stop driving slow downIf you skid or loose traction, stay calmYou should keep a sturdy ice […]

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