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WHS students compete in US Chemistry Olympiad

Kaitlyn Ewald, Arts & Entertainment Editor June 11, 2021

Senior Neil Malur and junior Anna Lian were two of the 26 students from the Northeast Region of the American Chemical Society to advance to the national level of the US Chemistry Olympiad back in April....

Student gets her second dose of the Pfizer vaccine.

New Covid vaccine protocols are welcomed by freshmen at WHS

Molly Ross, Staff Writer June 11, 2021

The past year has been filled with surprises as new information about Covid-19 is constantly being released to the public. Recently, the CDC has allowed people as young as twelve years old to be eligible...

HS Band members set up before the 2021 graduation ceremony.

Band students and faculty prepare to play for graduation, continuing the tradition

Divya Rajan, Staff Writer June 3, 2021

As the end-of-year graduation nears, WHS is making preparations for the ceremony. Specifically, preparations for the sound of graduation have crescendoed as graduation approaches. Continuing the tradition,...

An image of students on the track

Weston spring sports teams return to competetition

John Gigian, Sports Editor May 13, 2021

The two year layoff finally comes to an end, as Weston athletes return to the field to resume competition this spring. Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, protocols are in place to prevent another spread...

Weston High School parking lot filled with students cars.

New parking spot arrangements at WHS affect various students in many ways

Molly Ross, Staff Writer May 11, 2021

For the past few years, WHS has struggled with finding a way to efficiently allow as many students as possible to be able to park at school, considering the significant lack of parking spaces in the existing...

Students for Environmental Action team recycling project poster which was modified from a Trex poster.

SEA team works hard on a mission to convert plastic into a bench

Divya Rajan, Staff Writer April 6, 2021

Sophomore Max Tomczak started a recycling project as part of the Students for Environmental Action team and hopes to collect 500 pounds of plastic throughout Weston as a way to improve the environment....

Acrylic painting by Miki Chiang.

Literary magazine The Weston Current

Xava Abraham , Staff Writer March 30, 2021

Despite the pandemic, students continue to work creatively to produce new content for literary magazine, The Weston Current. The club welcomes students to join together to create a form of art and eventually...

WHS switches to full in-person schedule

Julia Barlow, Staff Writer March 29, 2021

  For the past two and a half semesters, hybrid students have been using a school schedule with two different cohorts, remote and in-person days, and a shorter school day than what it was last...

History-making artists, Beyoncé and Taylor Swift, accept their awards.

The 2021 Grammys: Did the winners deserve their awards?

Ava Dreyer, Feature editor March 29, 2021

While 2020 was a year filled with social distancing, masks, and uncertainty, it also had a lot of amazing  music to help us cope with the stress of the world. The 2021 Grammys were highly anticipated,...

Goaltender Ian Carter brings up ball from game two years ago.

Lacrosse team aims for a successful season through COVID-19

John Gigan , Sports editor March 26, 2021

After the cancellation of last year’s spring sports season due to COVID-19, the boys varsity lacrosse team returns to the field with high expectations this spring. The Wildcats hope to make it back to...

 Renee Bisson, a cafeteria assistant, hands out pre-ordered lunches in the science wing after school.

Cafeteria offers grab-and-go lunches even in pandemic

Julia Barlow, Staff Writer February 8, 2021

Last year, students from all grade levels at WHS would crowd the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch. During the three designated lunch blocks, students streamed into the cafeteria and would fill the many...

Students attend DECA zoom call.

DECA competition shifts to online platform

Xava Abraham, Staff writer February 3, 2021

Students in the DECA business competition are actively trying to overcome the difficulties COVID has challenged them with. Due to the pandemic, students are adapted to new protocols and shifted their projects...

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