Print editor Ava Musgraves shares this week’s headlines: next week’s schedule, pep assembly, Chili Fest, community pep rally, bonfire, State diving champion Bennet Loving, men’s basketball and the Turkey Day Game.
Webster Groves High School changed the schedule yet again this year.
Editor-in-chief Jackson Parks and junior editor Lydia Urice interviewed Matt Buha about his recent resignation as head Varsity football coach.
Women’s field hockey played this year’s fall season as a very united team. Not just through the bonds or teamwork, women’s field hockey was united as one joint team, compared to separate Varsity and JV teams.
“So every single year, Marketing does these different events to raise money to go to New York. This year we’re not going to New York, so we all picked a different charity to do. There’s different events every year like Mx. Webster [and] Night in the Courtyard, but my group wanted to create something new,” senior Jenna Clark said.
The social studies department will continue to observe Veterans Day with an assembly Friday, Nov. 12, with about 50 veterans participating.
The ceremony will be in Roberts Gym and will only be attended by social studies classes during first hour. During the remainder of the day veterans will follow the social studies teacher’s class schedule.
Before Senate Bill 76 passed in spring of 2020, Missouri school districts were responsible for allowing teachers the space to breast pump at school- not the time. Spanish Teacher Jamie Adamski helped to change that.
Squid Game, a Korean fictional drama series filled with violence and emotion, has skyrocketed to the number one spot on Netflix’s Top 10 in 94 countries. The nine-episode show, rated MA, follows the story of Gi-Hun, a broke father who gets involved in a mysterious game.
DECA will host a putt putt event benefiting Friends of Kids with Cancer inside the high school on Nov. 13, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Isaac Moore, World Civilizations and U.S. Government teacher, has an individualistic approach to education, which is a message he wants to resonate with his students.
“I would guess that every student that had me in class would know that I care,” Moore said.
Print editor Ava Musgraves shares this week’s headlines: National Honor Society blood drive, men’s swim team, women’s and men’s basketball, cross country, men’s soccer and the Turkey Day Game.
Head football coach and physical education teacher Matt Buha has resigned from his position as head football coach effective immediately.
Podcast editor Maren DeMargel interviewed students about when it is appropriate to begin listening to Christmas music.
Suicide rates started going up around 2008, during the 2008 recession, and have been steadily growing more so since 2015, leading into the COVID-19 pandemic.
Women’s Varsity tennis team has the best record in school history. It has broken the previous school record by going 12-1 this season.
Seniors Annabelle Lewis, Sarah Ewing and Jenna Clark have played Varsity golf this season since practice started in early August. Photos by Samantha Klein
With Halloween just passed, it is now time to share some ghost stories from around Webster Groves.
Some of them may even be right in your backyard – at least that’s the case for senior Maggie Kate Light.
Print editor Ava Musgraves shares this week’s headlines: SAT testing, late start Monday, NHS Blood Drive, Night in the Courtyard, DECA Presents Putt-Putt, Turkey Day game, men’s soccer and men’s swim.
Senior Varsity cheerleader Victoria Proffer practices stunt before senior night at Moss Field on Friday, Oct. 22. Photo by Ava Musgraves