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Wills’ students claim Latin projects

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As the Latin room displays are taken down in anticipation the end of the year, freshmen Geoffrey Garrido, Sergio Carlos, Nick Moore and sophomore Jake Dimond look to claim the past projects.

“I took everything down to make cleaning the room easier,” Latin teacher Virginia Wills said. “Also some of the projects have been here for years and need to be disposed of.”

Garrido claimed the largest treasures.

“I got a large wooden and a metal shield, as well as a simple wooden sword and the SPQR banner,” Garrido said. “I put the shield standing in the corner of my room, the banner hanging over my bed and the sword with shield.”

Because Wills will be retiring in a few weeks, she was asked to leave the room empty for the ideas of the new Latin teacher.

“It is bitter-sweet to see the room so bare,” Wills said. “I am looking forward to retirement, but I will miss all the students.”

By Steven Tenbusch

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The School Newspaper of West Shore Junior/Senior High School
Wills’ students claim Latin projects