The Howler

The 2020-2021 school year has come to an end, here are some things Wakefield Staff has to say about the Wakefield class of 2021

Unexpected lessons

Max Rubino, Staff Writer June 7, 2021

Mr. Bayer: Seniors have lost a year in a lot of ways and had every reason to be salty, bitter, and frustrated but that wasn't the case. They did not let it faze them entirely and they continued and pushed...

Will Dennis

Will Dennis

Will Dennis, Staff Writer June 7, 2021

When freshman year started it seemed like I'd never get out of high school. I couldn't wait to be an upperclassman and eventually become a senior. Now that that time is here I couldn’t be happier. However,...

Darian Daniels

Darian Daniels

Darian Daniels, Staff Writer June 4, 2021

The first time stepping into high school was exhilarating. I was filled with so much hope, and I was completely galvanized at my potential. This was the final mission. I knew I would enjoy these years,...

Daijah DeForge

Daijah DeForge

Daijah DeForge, Co-Editor-In-Chief June 2, 2021

Going into high school I had an idealized view of what it would be like. I watched all the teen movies growing up on Disney Channel and the shows on Nickelodeon. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I was...

Sage Cooley

Spaces

Sage Cooley, Co-Editor-in-Chief June 1, 2021

Don’t change a thing. Her last edit for me. Who is the young woman she’s come to know? I’ve spent the past three years enthralled by space. It is what I write, read, and create. I still have my...

Jordyn Brautman

Jordyn Brautman

Jordyn Brautman, News Editor June 1, 2021

Last year, when registering for classes, I was looking for another elective to take. A few friends from my theatre class mentioned newspaper and told me they thought I would enjoy being on The Howler staff....

Chris Ottaviano

Chris Ottaviano

Chris Ottaviano, Sports Editor June 1, 2021

IT'S JUNE ALREADY?! That was fast. It was in the second semester of my junior year that three Howler students came into 4th period and pitched us all the idea of joining newspaper for the next year....

Various social media and app logos are compiled in a collage.

How will seniors stay in touch after graduation?

Erin Sockolof, Opinions Editor June 1, 2021

There are so many things that go through a high school senior’s head as graduation approaches. What will college be like? Am I ready for the next step in life? What happens now? Among those many thoughts...

Seniors: goodbye and thank you

Seniors: goodbye and thank you

Sage Cooley, Co-Editor-in-Chief June 5, 2020

I am not a senior, but I still want to say goodbye. I wanted to say goodbye last year, when our departing staff members wrote their farewells. I suppose I did, but not in the form of prose. I watched them...

Howler seniors sign off

Howler seniors sign off

I never could have imagined that high school would end like this. It feels like COVID-19 has left 2020 graduates holding our breaths at the edge of a cliffhanger, asking ourselves and the world, “This is seriously how this ends?”
Load More Stories