Students perform exorcism

Students perform exorcism

There’s a store in the West County Mall that sells antiques. One student, sophomore Daun Pawlicki, went there and bought earrings. The earrings, they said, were haunted. “We like to go there because it’s got all sorts of really cool stuff. Sometimes you find something. Sometimes you don’t, but that’s very rare. Honestly, I think every time I’ve gone the I’ve found something that was like, ‘Yo, I’m cursed or haunted,’” Pawlicki said. Continue reading Students perform exorcism

Sophomore co-captains dance team

Sophomore co-captains dance team

Sophomore Kamaya Norman is a co-captain of the dance team.

“Even though Kamaya is only a sophomore this year, I feel like she’s been on the team forever. She’s always been a quick learner and choreographs dances everyone loves. Kamaya also brings the team closer and keeps us all upbeat. I’m really glad we got the chance to be co-captains together this year,” senior and co-captain Hannah Silverman said. Continue reading Sophomore co-captains dance team

Prop S unofficially passed with 80.7% majority

Prop S unofficially passed with 80.7% majority

Proposition S unofficially passed with an 80.7% majority in the Aug. 2, primary election, according to Webster Groves School District on Twitter.
Proposition S is a no-tax rate increase bond issue that would provide $45 million to the school district to improve the infrastructure of WGSD schools and facilities, including Moss Field and parking lots. Continue reading Prop S unofficially passed with 80.7% majority