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Pandemic keeps student journalists busy

October 18, 2020

Student journalism isn’t quite the same during times of a pandemic. Several challenges not usually there can come up thanks to COVID as a factor, especially on a school campus with a mix of e-learners and physical learners. Stude...

Art students, teacher adapt to e-learning

October 13, 2020

Because the COVID-19 pandemic, 21 of art teacher Matthew Henderson's students have opted to be e-learners. As a result, Henderson has provided needed art supplies for e-learners to pick up in the school’s media center. "I...

E-learners to test in person

October 13, 2020

E-learners will head back to school to join their classmates for the PSAT on Wednesday due to the importance of the test. The e-learning option was presented due to the coronavirus pandemic and is the reason many students are...

Coronavirus affects e-learning

October 13, 2020

COVID-19 has introduced various challenges for students that have chosen to learn online rather than going to campus. “Switching to e-learning has caused me to spend an increasing amount of time at my computer, sometimes up ...

Sheriff candidates target young voters

Sheriff candidates target young voters

Sophia Bailly, Editor in chief

October 1, 2020

Voters asked to renew school surtax

Voters asked to renew school surtax

Sophia Bailly, Editor in chief

September 30, 2020

Property return, pickup scheduled for Thursday

June 5, 2020

Students will be able to return any items purchased with public funds Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to noon. The administration asks that students attach their names and grade levels to each item and place them in their trunks to be...

West Shore moves up three spots in rankings

Isabel Burden, Staff Writer

May 21, 2020

We’re No. 4. Each year, “U.S. News and World Report” ranks every high school in the United States, and in its recent list, West Shore ranks fourth overall in Florida and 53 in the United States. “U.S. News and World Report...

Guidance counselors: We’re still there for you

Olivia Blackwell, Staff Writer

May 21, 2020

While guidance counselor Hannah Smith started a “Wildcat Wellness” group for students to de-stress earlier this school year, Smith wants students to know that they can still reach out to her despite being away from school...

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