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Announcements May 14 to May 20, 2018

06 May 2018

Hello Giants! Here’s what is going on at WHS: General: Juniors will meet Friday, May 18th during advisory in the band room to discuss potential class and senior officers. Senior panorama/group pictures have arrived. See Mrs. Teeter, room 239, if you ordered one. WHS 2018 yearbooks will go on sale May 15, at 11:30. They […]

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How to spend your summer: academics

16 May 2018

By: Hannah Lam  Being in a rush to get things in for college can be stressful and make you feel like you’re not in control, but there are many ways you can spend your summer focusing on academics. According to the National Administration for College Admission Counseling, the top things that colleges look for in […]

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Lessons learned: How to do Prom on a budget

27 April 2018

By:Jaqueline Dietz Prom can be a very expensive event, so here are  a few good tips on how to save money on everything you need for your special night. Let’s start with probably the biggest most important and also the most expensive part abou t prom-the dress and tux. If you already have a suit/tux […]

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WHS Teacher of the Year

19 April 2018

Photo By: Amber Law   Every year WHS teachers nominate on of their own to represent the high school as teacher of the year. This year, Mrs. Riggan, a social studies teacher, was selected as the WHS teacher of the year. “It feels like a real honor because they’re so many good teachers here at WHS,” […]

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March for what’s right!

11 April 2018

By Millineum White On Saturday April 14th at 3 p.m., two WHS students, Mullaney Lee, a WHS senior, and Patrick Maneval, a WHS junior, are hosting an event to involve the community in the conversation about gun violence in schools. The two students have organized a community march at Constitution Park demanding action to prevent […]

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Lillian Wilfong’s Student Spotlight

09 April 2018

By: Amber Law   Q: What grade are you in? A: “12th” Q: What are some of your interests and hobbies? A: “I like to play soccer and do photography. I also attend a photography class at the school.” Q: Do you play any sports? If so, what sparked your interest in that sport? A: […]

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Diversity Coalition covers it all!

09 April 2018

By :Jamey Archie & Millineum White   Waynesboro High School (WHS), has a variety of clubs that could fit the interests of many different students.The is a new cluster of clubs called The Diversity Coalition , was put together by Mrs.Riggan, a WHS history teacher and club sponsor. “Our mission is to combat hate and […]

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Hailey Miller Student Spotlight

05 April 2018

 By: Jamey Archie Q: What grade are you in? A:  “12th Grade.” Q: Do you have any interests or hobbies? A:” I love shopping.” Q: Are you involved in any sports? What is your favorite? How long have you participated? A: “Cheer leading, I have cheered for 3 years.” Q: Are you in any after […]

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Student Spotlight: Anna Grainger

04 April 2018

Q: What grade are you in? A: 9th Q: What is your favorite class you’ve taken at WHS? Why? A: Drama, because it’s fun Q: Which teacher means the most to you and what do they do to encourage you? A: Ms. Truslow is nice and helps me with my work. I like doing monologues […]

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Student Spotlight: Blake Durrett

19 March 2018

Q: What grade are you in? A: 12th grade, so I am a Senior. Q: What is your favorite class you’ve taken at WHS? Why? A: Ms Donnelley [because] “I was able to bake food and then eat it.” Q: Which teacher means the most to you and what do they do to encourage you? […]

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