what inspired you to be a teacher? She knew that she wanted to be a music teacher since elementary school. She had always loved music and performance. Her high school choir teacher, Mrs. Jurkowitz, was a huge influence on her life. She inspired what she did in her class in many ways. What is your most memorable thing about being a teacher? Having the same … Continue reading Teacher of the Week (Mrs. Nafziger)
The holidays are for happiness and love. Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa these are the most important times to be with family! Many people love being with family and friends; seems like the best place to be. Or if you don’t celebrate, grab a cup of hot chocolate and curl up to a holiday movie. :)Classic holiday movies to watch :)Elf :)The muppet Christmas carol :)Home … Continue reading Happiness is in the air!
Recently, Winfield High School had an essay contest to find out what veterans mean to us. There were a great many fine essays but one stood out above all others. Lisandra Eller was our winner! Below, published with her permission is the essay. American Veterans provide an unparalleled service to our country. They are some of the most diligent, courageous men and women you’ll ever … Continue reading Veteran’s Day Essay Winner
Winfield High School softball team! Winfield high school has two teams for softball. Varsity and Junior varsity, although they are different teams that are both absolutely fabulous. Now, the end of the season they’ve had some great ups and downs. “Varsity is extremely close.” Sophomore Tatum Bradshaw says Sophomore Rylee Bosley believes “you should never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing … Continue reading Dedicated Athletes!
Upcoming Events Senior Nights Basketball & Dance February 4th WHS Theater Club Presents “CLUE” February 1st & 2nd: on the Intermediate stage Show time: 7 pm Courtwarming Games February 8th Coronation February 8th Sweetheart Dance February 9th Tickets to dance $10 each. Go on sale February 4th-8th during all lunch shifts PROM April 27th @ OM KC Hall Math Tutoring Every Tuesday & Thursday- 2:30 … Continue reading Announcements 1/22/19
You know what looks nice with outfits? Necklaces are really stylish, and make a nice outfit even better! You can get them big or small. You can get an expensive necklace or an inexpensive necklace. You can get some nice necklaces from Buckle and Rue 21. The most popular necklaces for men are ones that have a cross or one that’s just a chain. Popular … Continue reading Guys Fashion 1-10-19
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Senioritis is a disease that the class of 2019 has struggled with since freshmen year. If you are wondering if you suffer from this disease answer the following questions… 1) Have you ever woken up and said never mind? 2) Have you ever pulled in the the school parking lot and said it’s a no from me and went back home? 3) Do you sleep … Continue reading Senioritis
Freshman: Kendall Klewer Austin Carson Sophomore: Alaina Wilson Chasen Neuman Junior: Gracie Arbeiter Brandon Butler Senior: Lily Morley- Park Christian Gage Staff: Mr. Connor Mr. Buddy Continue reading Student of the Month 1/9/19
Over the Weekend: Winfield JV Boys Basketball took 1st in their tournament. Varsity Boys Basketball took 3rd place in the Clopton Tournament. Clark Rogers took 2nd place at 160lbs in the GAC Conference Wrestling Tournament. Upcoming Events: Senior Nights: Wrestling- January 10th Basketball and Dance- February 4th WHS Faculty and Staff Appreciation Night: January 10th during the Wrestling meet WHS Theater Club Presents “CLUE”: January … Continue reading Announcements 1/8/19
A friend is someone difficult to find. A friend is someone you can always count on when times are tough. The dictionary’s definition of a good friend is a person attached to another by feelings of affection or personal regard. A good friend is there when you are struggling. For example, when a boy breaks your heart a good friend walks you through it and … Continue reading What Makes a Good Friend?
Freshman year- The year you spend finding your way around high school, getting involved in clubs and sports, and keeping up your GPA. Wait, what was that last one? Some students seem to think you don’t need to start worrying about your GPA until junior or senior year, when you begin considering colleges and universities. News flash: that isn’t quite the case. Here are some … Continue reading Your GPA In Freshman Year- And Why It Matters
Brenden Wilson recently wrote an opinion piece on why he hates dogs. In my opinion.. his opinion is trash. He says dogs shed to much, lick, don’t listen, and are annoying. Wilson even says he hopes to never own one! While dogs usually do shed.. some breeds don’t! For example, I own 2 toy poodles and neither of them shed! So if shedding is a … Continue reading WILSON IS MISSING OUT ON A DOGS LOVE