It can be short; it can be long; it can be brown; it can be blonde. It’s hair, and it’s everywhere (unless you’re Chris Allen). Hair is plentiful at WGHS, so the ECHO decided to comb through the locks of Webster staff and students for this photo feature.
Math teacher Rebbeca Frese thought long and hard, and in the end she decided to have history teacher Zach Smith’s hair.
Smith grows his hair out every year, receives a few Thor jokes, and then has it all cut and donated to Lock of Love.
If Frese were to have Smith’s hair, she would stay true to his motives and continue growing and donating it. Science teacher Chris Allen asked to have Frese’s hair.
+ Rebbeca Frese
Allen was enthusiastic about having red, flowing locks of hair, and said, “I would condition the living h*** out of it and treat it
like it was gold. Hold it. Embrace it. Protect it.”
Dr. David Schuster
+ Donald Johnson
Physics teacher Dr. David Schuster would choose to have ECHO advisor Donald Johnson’s mane of white gold hair if he could.
About Johnson’s hair, Schuster said, “The commitment that it takes to create that is unbelievable.”
Schuster currently takes care of his hair by “showering regularly” and “wearing a helmet for 10 minutes everyday before working.”
In high school, Schuster was known to dye his hair a different color everyday.
Latin teacher Jeff Smith would choose to have Junior Will Sprick’s hair, and he would “with no doubt, immediately shave it all off.”
Sprick and Smith have a history with Sprick’s hair. Smith started giving Sprick trouble for his hair last year when he missed Latin to get a haircut.
Now, Smith tells Sprick that he needs to cut it off.
+ Chris Allen
Coincidentally, Zach Smith chose to have Allen’s lacking head of hair, completing a hair trifecta between Smith, Allen and Frese.
Smith reasoned “bald is beautiful,” and Allen has given him plenty of trouble about his own hair during their future leaders sessions together.
Photos edited by Jack Killeen and Caleb Bolin