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Call off the critics \ Journalism student Blake Henderson says the latest Call of Duty installment isn't too violent, as critics of the released trailer say, but exactly what should be expected from such a game.

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November 1, 2019

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Brianna Hernandex

Graduated in 2018, WEHS alumni Brianna Hernandez lets girls play with her hair. “I was on a missions trip to South Africa this past summer and the girls were just utterly fascinated with our hair and I didn’t have any other responsibilities to take care of in the moment so I sat down and took my hair out of the ponytail and let them braid my hair,” Brianna Hernandez said, “It was one of my favorite moments of the whole trip. I was in heaven. I love children and I loved being in South Africa so it was doubly wonderful.”

Long story short, she’s Elizabeth Thomas

Filming the halls, Elizabeth Thomas puts her skills to the test. “I am trying to familiarize myself with programs used in the industry and I just keep working on my skills and trying to come up with ideas for videos and possible short films,” senior Elizabeth Thomas said.

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NHS Knot \\ Trying to detangle from her family members, senior Shaylee Richardson participates in the family competition during the NHS meeting Oct. 3. NHS meets the first Thursday of every month and has a family competition at every meeting. During the school year, NHS families can earn points through games and service hours. At the end of the year, the family with the most points wins the NHS trophy.

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Java Jive

Get into the Christmas spirit and come listen to festive jazz music Dec. 17, 2019 performed by the Burnett Jazz bands, WEHS Out of the Blue A Cappella Choir and the WEHS Jazz collective. The performance takes place in the cafeteria at 7 p.m.

 

HOSA wants you to write a letter to benefit Make-a-Wish Foundation

 

For the holiday season, HOSA would like to encourage all students and faculty to participate in the Macy’s “Believe” Campaign for the Make-a-Wish Foundation. For each “electronic” letter written to Santa on Friday, Dec. 6, a $2 donation is sent by Macy’s to the Make-a-Wish Foundation. Macy’s is collecting written letters at their stores and electronic letters from Nov. 1- Dec. 24. Link to submit an electronic letter: https://www.macys.com/social/believe/write-a-letter/

 

 

Road Closures

Expect alternative routes due to road closures starting Monday, Dec. 9, until Jan. 6, 2020. Cars that park in the JROTC parking lot in the southeast area of the campus are permitted to park in the same areas, but no cars are allowed to exit from that area from dismissal until all buses have exited the campus in the afternoon. Mr. Williams suggests students and staff who park in that area park in the auditorium parking lot during the road closure.

 

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