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North Carolina gives Advanced Placement students a free opportunity

North Carolina gives Advanced Placement students a free opportunity

Jillian Kerzner, Staff Writer

March 30, 2015


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“Students should take this opportunity because if they can pass the exam, it will actually save them money in the long run because they won’t have to pay for those classes in college.” -Thomas

Wakefield wins $100,000

Wakefield wins $100,000

Hannah Chaya and Meera Mani, Editor-in-Chief and Opinions Editor

January 6, 2015


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“I think not just winning the money, that’s just a part of it. What I really liked was the community.” Wells

Early grads prepare for the future

Charlie Morris, Features Editor

January 6, 2015


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“In January, there are two groups of students that graduate. There are the students who have chosen to leave a semester early and the students who still had to complete another semester of school to be eligible to graduate. Inscoe

Students save lives in blood drive

Students save lives in blood drive

Dominique Palmer, Business Editor

January 6, 2015


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“This blood drive we saved over 200 lives and donated almost 90 pints of blood." Horton

FFA turns the State Fair garden into a Frozen wonderland

FFA turns the State Fair garden into a Frozen wonderland

Skyler Portnoy, Staff Writer

November 6, 2014


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“If you can go on the trip and are qualified [are an FFA member] to do so I recommend it because it’s fun, and you can do it for volunteer hours so that works too.” -Ortega.

Breaking the record was inevitable

Breaking the record was inevitable

Hannah Chaya, Editor-in-Chief

November 4, 2014


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“A high graduation rate shows the community that we are doing everything that’s possible to get our students out of here on time. We have to show the community that we have a lot of pride." -Crayton

Policy updates

Policy updates

Jake McCraw, Staff Writer

October 21, 2014


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“It is important that students dress professionally and that you're dressed for success." -Crayton

Pledge, commit, win $100,000

Pledge, commit, win $100,000

Hannah Chaya, Editor-in-Chief

October 21, 2014


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Imagine every Wolverine on their phone during the end of third period, (2,403 smartphones.) This will be the daily scenario during the second week of October, Our staff and the Just Think First committee is ready for this year’s Celebrate My Drive campaign. Last year, Wakefield High School won $25,000...

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