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WHS Students Testing Water At The South River

01 November 2017

These pictures are from a field trip the Ecology students took to study water quality.  We assessed the South River at Ridgeview Park.  We measured the pH, the nutrient levels, and the turbidity (big clear tube).  We also collected organisms from the stream, identified them, and counted them.  We used a math model to give our […]

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Mr.Peters moves his way to Waynesboro High School

01 November 2017

By: Millineum White Anthony Peters, a new geometry teacher at Waynesboro High School,teaches three geometry classes a day. Peters said he was the kind of student that didn’t do so well on purpose because he was content to have a B or C. In his classes now he sees some students that remind him of […]

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Coach Go makes lasting impact on football players and students

01 November 2017

By: Ethan Burch   Tom Goforth is a teacher and Varsity football Coach at WHS. Born in the City of Bluefield, West Virginia, Goforth, also known as Coach Go, started his football life in little league where he would end up playing for 16 years total. Goforth realized he might want to become a teacher while […]

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Roper soars to secretary position

24 October 2017

  By Sydney Furr Once a former Delta Airlines flight attendant, Mrs. Nadine Roper is the new WHS secretary. Before coming to WHS, Roper worked at Unisys Corporation at Tysons Corner, and Virginia Western Community College in the human resources department. Roper loves her job here at Waynesboro High School and enjoys being a secretary […]

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Former WHS Student Comes Full-Circle

24 October 2017

By: Victor Sansing           Erick Biggs is a new aide here at Waynesboro High School.Biggs got his job at WHS after Mr. Teachey approached him about the position. Teachey thought he would be a good fit for the job. Before getting this job he thought about joining the Marines because he […]

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Meet Our New School Nurse: Mrs. Gibson

24 October 2017

By: Jamey Archie Amy Gibson is a new nurse starting at WHS this year. She worked at Wayne Hills pre-school for 6 years before coming to WHS.  “Coming from a school with only 170 students to a school with almost 900 students is a huge difference,” says nurse Gibson. Since there are more students at […]

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Teachers go purple to support LGBTQ students

23 October 2017

By: Jamey Archie Photo provided by: Amber Loyacano “Spirit Day is a means of speaking out against LGBTQ bullying and standing with LGBTQ youth, who disproportionately face bullying and harassment because of their identities. Pledging to “go purple” on Spirit Day is a way for everyone — forward-thinking companies, global leaders, respected celebrities, neighbors, parents, […]

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Student Spotlight – Thihn Ton

20 October 2017

Q: What grade are you in? A: 11th   Q: How long have you been a student at WHS? A: 1 year   Q: You’re known around school as “the kid who does awesome magic tricks.” How do you feel about that? Did you know that? A: It makes me feel happy.   Q: What […]

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Mrs Elaine Mahler the new SPECIAL addition to whs

20 October 2017

By: Chloe Mclaughlin      At the start of a new school year you may find many new, fresh and friendly faces. Mrs. Elaine Mahler is a new edition at WHS as a Special Education teacher.  Mahler previously worked at the Kate Collins Middle School as a Special Education teacher. She said that the biggest […]

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Friday the 13th Senior Night Football game.

16 October 2017

By: Jamey Archie Photos by: Jamey Archie Pictures from the senior night football game on Friday October, 13th. WHS lost a home game against Rockbridge County with a score of 28 to 35.  

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