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School spirit to the max

School spirit to the max

Whitney Gaudet, News Editor

November 9, 2017

"I really liked the whole atmosphere of the pep rally, getting all of the kids into the excitement of the game" ~Plant

High School Nation brings day of music, art

High School Nation brings day of music, art

Isabella Petruccione, Co-Editor in Chief

November 8, 2017

Earlier this month, a unique opportunity took Wakefield by storm. High School Nation, a collaborative group of up-and-coming artists and producers, stopped by Wakefield’s campus to host a question panel followed by a music festival for both students and teachers. High School Nation aims to educate a...

Wakefield welcomes new teachers, counselors

October 27, 2017

  HEATHER ACREY, Special Programs Department Q:  What do you teach at Wakefield? A:  I teach a self-contained class for students with disabilities. Q:  Where have you previously taught, and where did you go to school? A:  I previously taught at West Ashley High School in ...

Haunted Toy Factory thrills audiences

Haunted Toy Factory thrills audiences

Paige Schepperley, Creative Director

October 25, 2017

Have a frightfully good time by supporting our High School’s theater department!

New changes all around for the Wolverines

New changes all around for the Wolverines

Whitney Gaudet and Yasmin Rosa

October 16, 2017

"Collaborative spaces will be a good opportunity for students to go in and mingle. Part of our educational process is to be good citizens and learn how to communicate with one another" ~ Robinson

Positivity Project initiated to bring students together

Positivity Project initiated to bring students together

Ade Owokoniran and Isabela Mercer, News Editor and Staff Writer

October 16, 2017

“If we’re united as a staff, students and school, no one will want to hurt each other because we’ll be connected. That’s what we’re working for this year-- building that unity so we won’t hurt each other” ~Alston.

Marching band performs magic show

Montia Daniels, Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 13, 2017

“This show has my favorite music in it,” senior Samantha Shefte said, the drum major of the marching band.“It has it’s own personal feel, and it was adjusted to Wakefield, so it was kind of meant to be ours.”

Hooping to save lives

Hooping to save lives

Chinma Ngumoha, Staff Writer

March 28, 2017

"The Hoops for Heart event is so much fun, and I loved all the energy that was in the gym. This is my first year going, and I am definitely going every year after this." ~Poindexter

Wakefield students voice opinions on ‘Muslim Ban’

Wakefield students voice opinions on ‘Muslim Ban’

Isabelle Kozubowski, Staff Writer

February 16, 2017

Many people, adults and teens alike, have spoken out against President Trump and said that his executive order to ban immigration into the United States from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen was not only unconstitutional but immoral.

The legacy of Coach Rodney Sink

The legacy of Coach Rodney Sink

Christina Rascoe, Student Life editor

December 16, 2016

“Friday nights are what I will miss the most,” Sink said. “You can take Monday through Thursday and the paperwork with you, but I was always happy on Fridays. My heart is with this program. Next season, I expect them to compete. I’ll be sad that I won't be a part of it.”

Hayden’s hard work shines through 2016 Teacher of the Year award

Hayden’s hard work shines through 2016 Teacher of the Year award

Emily Callahan, Co-Editor-in-Chief

November 30, 2016

“She loves her subject and is very good at it. She spends a lot of time outside of school keeping her skills up going to different professional development opportunities, so when she presents to students she tries to make it very relevant to them. She tries to make it very interesting to them because it is just something she’s very passionate about, and I think that that is one of the things that helps set her apart. She really just likes teaching it to kids.” ~Thomas

Can Wakefield survive without SMART Lunch

Can Wakefield survive without SMART Lunch

Bryn Goldsmith and Jacob Franks, Business Editor and Staff Writer

November 9, 2016

“Smart Lunch is a sacred cow at Wakefield High School. It wasn’t something I wanted to touch with a 10 foot pole." ~Bazzell

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