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Announcements April 23 – 27 April , 2018

10 April 2018

Hello Giants! Here’s what is going on at WHS: General: If you’ve volunteered to help at Riverfest Saturday,  April 28th Please come to Mr. Hennel’s room on Friday, April 27th during advisory for a short meeting. Students who are signed up to take the AP European History course next year need to attend a  meeting on Wednesday, May 2, at […]

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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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Flu season: more like “ew” season

08 March 2018

By: Alyssa Kerrigan Across the United States, the influenza virus is spreading like wildfire, engulfing the country in one of the most violent flu seasons in nearly a decade. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “ILI [influenza-like-illness] dropped from 7.4% last week to 6.4%, but remains higher than the peak of flu activity […]

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New Year, New Opportunities

08 March 2018

By: Destiny Lam WHS students from soon-to-be freshmen to advancing seniors are choosing their classes for the next school year. Among the usual core classes, WHS is introducing a few new classes for students. Among these options are the following: World Cuisine, to be taught by Mrs. Sherrill and Greco-Roman Mythology to be taught by […]

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