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Print editor Ava Musgraves shares this week’s headlines: Parent Club’s Spot in the Lot raffle, Statesbots’ meetings, the International Club ice cream social, Interact Club, and Varsity football’s first home game.
About 100 students of all genders demonstrated outside Roberts Gym on Aug. 27, to show support for the movement by all wearing cropped shirts that showed their “Midriff.” Not all students who participated found themselves dress-coded, only a select few, pointing out the inconsistencies of the policy.
Missouri Interscholastic Press Association held its 52nd annual J-Day March 31, virtually using Whova and Zoom apps.
To prepare for inclement weather, the Webster Groves School District published a delayed start schedule decreasing all classes to 38 minutes long.
“Hard Candy” was part of the curriculum for drama and was performed in separate shows for all four drama classes.
This is fifth hour’s play.
Senior Faunel Achinda wins Mr. Congeniality in Mr. Webster Pageant on November 28. DECA and Marketing II organized Mr. Webster Pageant. Photo by Trinity Madison
Senior Emma Binder with the tennis team plays against Rockwood Summit High School on Sept. 25. WGHS won 5-4. Photo by Lindsey Bennett
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