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News/opinion editor Elise WIlke-Grimm shares this week’s headlines: Veterans Day Assembly, Winter One-Act Festival auditions, Night in the Courtyard, Mr. Webster Pageant tickets and upcoming sports events.
#11 Junior Jon Campbell kicks the ball back inbounds in the game against Ladue Horton Watkins High School on Oct. 29. Webster won 2-0. Photo by Jaden Fields
Superintendent John Simpson announced the three finalists to fill the vacancy left by Arnold Stricker. Those candidates are Joel Oliver, Brian McQueary and Erin Gunn.
Veterans Day is a big event for Webster Groves High school, 60 veterans will speak to students on Nov. 7, as part of the Veterans Day celebration. Each social studies room will have five different veterans from each era to share their stories.
DECA will host the“Night in the Courtyard,” featuring student musical performances and food options Friday, Nov. 8. from 5:30 to p.m. to raise money for the marketing classes’ trip to New York City in January.
Students already have hours worth of homework every night. Some students choose to throw sports or after school jobs into this struggle. Some choose to add both.
Some businesses in Webster Groves accept high schoolers as job applicants. Teenagers can apply for jobs at restaurants like Serendipity, Firenza Pizza, The Block, Dairy Queen or Dewey’s. Places like Saint Louis Gym Center, Vetta Sports, and Lucky’s Market will also hire students. Some students choose to babysit or mow lawns to make money as well.
Emily Stisser Entertainment Columnist Last Saturday, Oct. 19, 12 exchange students and two teachers arrived for their three-week stay through the German American Partnership Program (GAPP). These individuals are from Kirchheim unter Teck, a suburb of Stuttgart, Germany, St. Louis’… Read More ›
Rock Hill had its Fall Festival and Parade Oct. 5. The festival offered several attractions from food trucks, face painting and pony rides.
Contributing writer Jackson Parks asks attendees what their favorite part of the celebration was.
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Working in retail, means working the Halloween rush. Starting early August and running all the way through the end of October, no cashier is spared from spider webs and fake blood.
Junior editor Jaden Fields shares a special report from contributing writer Ava Musgraves about pets and their costumes and this week’s news about Friendship Dance and sports. Support Our Sponsors
People have worn Halloween costumes since ancient times, and today it’s a big part of most childhoods. The hype of wearing costumes has expanded to another big part of American culture, pet dogs.
WGHS Statesmen Showcase will be Sunday, Nov. 3, from 1 p.m to 3 p.m.
Families, community members, and prospective students are invited to come tour the high school and see all it offers, such as journalism, the STEP team, dance team, cheer, jazz combo, flute choir, and drum line.