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Students take first at HOSA regional competition

February 14, 2019

Senior Reinaldo Alers placed first in the Pathophysiology category for the HOSA Regional Competition in Deltona on Feb. 2 and, as a result, will travel with three other West Shore students to compete out of state. “I took a te...

District: Firearms prohibited on school campuses

February 14, 2019

The recent increase in gun-related violence at schools, the Brevard County School Board has taken the initiative to post signs to remind parents, students and other community members that firearms are prohibited on school ground...

Texas Roadhouse moves down the road

February 4, 2019

The Texas Roadhouse chain recently decided to relocate it’s Eau Gallie restaurant to Ocean Springs Plaza which also houses Walmart and Winn-Dixie. The beachside location is 7,798 square feet, has a 300 seat threshold and employs 12...

Polar vortex gives students chills

February 3, 2019

Students across campus prepared for a frigid week, as temperatures reached lows of 40. However, this unusual case of cold weather in the Sunshine State had no comparison to what occurred in the Midwest, where a polar vortex c...

Yearbook misses proofs deadline

February 2, 2019

The yearbook staff missed a deadline for turning in a set of proofs in January, said Molly Luu, co-editor in chief of yearbook. “The deadline was a few weeks ago,” Luu said. “The proofs that were late are the club spor...

Students learn to avoid dangers of vaping

January 29, 2019

An anti-vaping presentation was given to all middle school and high school students during homeroom on Jan 11. in the gym. The students learned about the damage vaping does to them and their bodies. “[The presentation] went more in-depth in ...

Seniors design logo for former teacher

January 29, 2019

When former Spanish teacher Maria Cintron moved to North Carolina last spring, she never expected to start the Wicked Fresh Seafood Company, but after she began the endeavor, she knew who she wanted to design her logo. “I tho...

Team Voltage hosts annual competition

January 28, 2019

Team Voltage, a South Brevard robotics team with many students from West Shore and Melbourne High School recently hosted a robotics competition, featuring 16 teams with kids from ages nine to 14. Participating teams are part of the First Le...

Yearbook finishes one deadline, moves on to another

January 28, 2019

Fresh off their latest deadline, the yearbook staff is already gearing up to chase after a new one. “Our next deadline is on January 28,” senior Molly Luu, the yearbook co-editor in chief said. “We have 46 pages...

Sophomores kick off new year

January 28, 2019

Chloe Lemstrom lines up to the plate. A kickball rolls to her. She kicks the ball as hard as she can and runs without stopping. The ball bounces off an opponent’s chest, and Lemstrom lands on first base safe. Homeroom kickball...

Suspect triggers shelter in place procedure

January 27, 2019

This past week the school had a type of lockdown that required administration, the school resource officer and the janitors to take surveillance of the campus. School Resource Officer Valerie Butler filled teachers in on what was ...

Water fountains draw concerns from students

January 24, 2019

Despite various water fountains located around campus, sophomore Courtnee Reidel chooses to buy bottled water from the cafeteria like many other students every school day. “The [water fountains] are really dirty and rusty...

Orientation draws next generation of Wildcats

January 22, 2019

Orientation meetings for incoming seventh-graders and their parents were held Monday and Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the auditorium. Various teachers were there to represent their departments.  “I would definitely encourage...

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