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Q&A with Lee McCanne explains the goals of video surveillance on campus

Q&A with Lee McCanne explains the goals of video surveillance on campus

February 27, 2017


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By Heather Lee Q: When were the parking lot cameras installed, and who decided to install them? A: The decision to install the cameras was over a year ago; the request was made from Mr. Parker. It was funded in July, but it wasn’t kicked off until August or September this year. Then they...

Library renovation plans nearly finalized

Library renovation plans nearly finalized

February 27, 2017


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  For more information on the upcoming library renovation, click here....

Yegros uses art to brighten people’s days

Yegros uses art to brighten people’s days

Lauren Moran, Editor

February 16, 2017


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Which students do you think these are? Find the answers at the bottom of the page. ILLUSTRATION/Yegros    Spanish teacher Alejandro Yegros began teaching himself to draw when he was a kid. These days, what started out as a way to combat boredom, has led Yegros to be an accomplished caricature drawer.   Yegros said h...

Best Buddies club welcomes new members and new traditions

Best Buddies club welcomes new members and new traditions

Holly Hardiman, Editor

February 16, 2017


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The Best Buddies club is one of the more popular clubs on campus and this year they’ve welcomed an especially unique new member to their spirited ranks: a rubber duck named Buddy. “He wears an amazing Best Buddies cape that Ms. Hamavid made,” said co-president Liz Kaye. “Anyone can ta...

Weston students make a statement about diversity

Weston students make a statement about diversity

December 15, 2016


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By Danielle Feinstein On the morning of December 15, WHS students walked into school to find the walls and tables covered with signs such as “expose the hate”, “no disrespect”, and “insult my race, say it to my face”. The signs were bright yellow, numerous, and impossible to ignore. Along...

Weston Powderpuff breaks three year losing streak

Weston Powderpuff breaks three year losing streak

December 14, 2016


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By Ellie Rosenfeld Weston triumphed over Wayland in the the annual Powderpuff game on November 23 at Wayland High School. The 20-13 win ended a three year losing streak. Of course, the girls wanted to win, but some of the seniors thought just playing together was the highlight of the day. ...

Administrators explain goals behind culture of kindness

Administrators explain goals behind culture of kindness

November 8, 2016


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By Lauren Moran While the phrase ‘culture of kindness’ is new to most students this year, being kind is not a new school initiative according to Principal Anthony Parker. “As a new school year gets into motion, we are faced with an opportunity - an opportunity to make changes and make the ye...

Weston student excels in the Siemen’s Competition

Weston student excels in the Siemen’s Competition

November 8, 2016


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 Senior Kenz Kallal particpated in the semi-finals of the Siemen’s Competition on Saturday November 5. The Siemen's Competition nationwide science research competition for high school students. Though Kallal was not selected to continue after the regionals, being selected to advance in any level of the competition is a nationally re...

VOTE! Weigh in on the presidential election here!

VOTE! Weigh in on the presidential election here!

November 7, 2016


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Guest speaker Tom Thelen encourages students to ‘Be The Change’

Guest speaker Tom Thelen encourages students to ‘Be The Change’

November 5, 2016


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By Holly Hardiman and Mingming Liang    Guest speaker Tom Thelen started off the special assembly with a creative demonstration on September 27. As he talked about the “baggage” that can weigh a victim of bullying down, he wheeled a piece of luggage back and forth on the auditorium stage. ...

Seniors share their favorite memories

Seniors share their favorite memories

May 31, 2016


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By Carissa Thompson Throughout their time at WHS the seniors have had the opportunity to experience four years worth of sports, relationships, and memories. Before they bid their final farewells, a few seniors shared their fondest memories. The unbeatable experiences made through WHS sports teams are fresh ...

What can seniors expect at the overnight?

What can seniors expect at the overnight?

May 26, 2016


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                      By Vivian Lehman  Shhh - it’s a secret… The senior class overnight is one of the most highly anticipated celebrations of a Weston student’s school career. But until every grad...

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