Commencement speaker for the class of 2021’s graduation was senior Jaden Fields.
With COVID restrictions in St. Louis still in place when it comes to social events, Pride, which usually takes place in June, has changed dates.
Students gather by the art hallway to pick up their yearbooks after school on Wednesday, May 12. Photo by Calum Shank
The Jim Schoemehl Run, sponsored by the Marketing 2 class, celebrated its 20th anniversary on May 1, at WGHS. Marketing students raised over $19,000 for Bo Powell and the ALS association of St Louis. Participants could run in person or virtually to support the cause. Photo by Addie Palmquist
Senior Amelia Griesedieck demonstrates puppeteering in preparation for “The Meta Plays” by Andrew Bliss, a series of eight one-act plays that break the fourth wall and teach something about theater. The performance will be Wednesday, May 12, at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. Photo by Zeke La Mantia
STUCO elections took place Friday, April 9. Students voted via a Google Form sent over email.
STUCO elections were moved from March 31, to April 2, and then to April 9, to allow students who are running more time to campaign instead of having to work around spring break.
Junior Eliza Maupin competes in the high jump, one of the events that members of Varsity Men’s and Women’s Track and Field participated in at the WG Quad Invitational of 2021 on Friday, April 16, on Moss Field. The Invitational included other events such as javelin throwing and the mile run. The next event for Men’s and Women’s Varsity T&F is Saturday, April 24, at MICDS. Photos by Jaden Fields