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Alma mater returns to original

Rachel Montgomery, Copy editor

September 18, 2017

Filed under Briefs

Students have begun to pledge their loyalty to West Shore every Wednesday, as of a new school wide implementation of the Alma Mater. The Alma Mater is the anthem of the school, and by teaching it to students Administration ho...

Wolfpack practices to be held on Friday’s

Walter Wilinsky

August 30, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Sports, Sports Briefs

New comers to the school are encouraged to join the recreational middle school lacrosse team, who will have practices at 4:30. These practices are for newer players to the sport, going over the basics of the sport, from throwing...

The money fight

Shawn Humphrey II, Staff Writer

August 29, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Sports Briefs

Thousands packed the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, while millions more tuned in last Saturday to watch Floyd Mayweather, one of the most decorated boxers in the history of the sport, box Conor McGregor, a mixed martial arts champion...

New cafeteria leaves students competing for seats

Valery Linkenhoker, Staff Writer

August 29, 2017

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The cafeteria has been completely torn apart and renovated. Replacing the long tables and benches with booths, high-tops and four-seated tables, the cafeteria has had less room than ever before for students to share. New stud...

New security features have students feeling trapped

Justin Ho, Staff Writer

August 28, 2017

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A new cafeteria wasn't the only thing students came back to when they returned for the upcoming school year. Students came back to find a new fence and a plethora of new safety features that have been added to the school.  These...

Music’s biggest names to visit Florida

Sanjay Ramchandani, Staff Writer

August 24, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Connect Briefs

With school starting, many students feel their fun from the summer is over and look forward to winter break. However, concert season is upon us, and Florida is set to see some of music's biggest stars. Students at West Shore can...

Girls advance in soccer State Cup

May 2, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Sports Briefs

As the girls’ club soccer season nears its end, State Cup begins. State cup is a statewide tournament that all club teams participate in. During the weekend, juniors Fallon Klenotich and Sydney Zamorano played in State Cu...

Wolfpack lacrosse tops Cocoa Beach

May 2, 2017

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The Wolfpack lacrosse team defeated the Cocoa Beach Colonials 13-11 Saturday. "We played a good game against Cocoa Beach," freshman Cheyne Johnson said. "We all played above par and gave it 100 percent." According to...

Boys’ tennis players eye next year

May 2, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Sports Briefs

As the tennis season came to an end, many of the players started to prepare for next year. "My goal is to be in the top 5 next year. I want to work on increasing my consistency of my ground strokes and hopefully not injuring...

Cheer team starting season with new uniforms

May 1, 2017

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From the start of the school year, Madison Glatz and the rest of the cheer team have been raising money for new uniforms. As we head toward summer vacation, they have reached their goal and will be getting new uniforms...

Journalism 1 students vying to join TV pro staff

May 1, 2017

Filed under Briefs, News Briefs

Journalism 1 hopefuls have been gathering in journalism teacher Mark Schledorn's classroom on Thursdays during Power Hour A to audition for joining the TV Productions staff for the 2017-2018 school year. "The meetings...

French students react to recent France terror attack

May 1, 2017

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A recent terror attack on France left one police officer dead and three others injured at the Champs-Élysées is on many French students’ minds. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the attack, but officials ...

Proposed bills could increase book censorship in schools

May 1, 2017

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Two new bills brewing in the Florida Senate and House may either leave some students and parents roaring with protest, or it may leave some students and parents joyful of their newfound "freedoms". Both HB 989 and SB 1202 call for a change in the way classroom materials...

Orchestra ends year on a high note

May 1, 2017

Filed under Briefs, Connect Briefs

West Shore orchestras played in their final concerts of the year recently in the school auditorium. This was the first time in several years that the concerts were held on campus. Previously, they had been held at Eau...

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