The Eagle Dispatch

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The Eagle Dispatch

The Eagle Dispatch

Senior Spotlight - Nicole Asamoah

Senior Spotlight – Nicole Asamoah

Landon Skeens, Junior Editor May 17, 2023

Nicole Asamoah is saying goodbye to Woodrow Wilson High School and to this chapter of her life completely. After being accepted to over four colleges both in and out of state, Nicole has ultimately chosen...

7 Things To Do Over Your Christmas Break!

7 Things To Do Over Your Christmas Break!

Landon Skeens, Writer December 12, 2022

With the upcoming holiday break, students at Woodrow Wilson High School are excited for the chance to sit back and relax. The official day of the winter break begins on December 22, 2022 and ends on the...

Not Your Typical T.E.D Talk Episode 2

Daniella "D.J." Fragile December 8, 2022

The Eagle Dispatch Has an important and festive announcement. We are hosting a virtual “Nailed It Challenge” based off the hit Netflix series “Nailed It.” The rules are simple: send in...

Grandmas Homemade Carrot Cake

Grandma’s Homemade Carrot Cake

Brooklynn Bird, Writer May 4, 2022

As I grew up, my grandma always cooked for me. Whether it was my birthday cake or just dinner at her house, she always made the best food. She has always been there for me by coming to my sports games...

A statue stands in Point Pleasant as a reminder of the ominous Mothman legend. There is even a town festival celebrating the creature.

West Virginia’s Creepy Cryptid: Mothman

Allee Adkins, Writer May 4, 2022

On the night of November 15, 1966, two young couples from Point Pleasant–Roger and Linda Scarberry, and Steve and Mary Mallette– told police they saw a large gray creature, whose eyes seemed to “glow...

Allee Adkins (l) and Raigan Lytton (r), are moving on to the state Young Writers competition with their award-winning short stories.

Write On!

Landon Skeens, Writer May 3, 2022

For the West Virginia Young Writers contest, Woodrow is allowed to submit two students; a freshman or sophomore and a junior or senior. This year, Woodrow chose sophomore Allee Adkins and junior Raigan...

Mrs. Dawson and her husband, pictured above.  They met in high school and have stayed together for 50 years.

So, We Met in High School…

Landon Skeens, Writer May 2, 2022

While high school relationships can certainly last, it is more likely that they will come to an end by the couple’s graduation year or shortly afterward. Despite the likelihood of breaking up, some students...

WWHS Teacher of the Year: Mr. Quesenberry

WWHS Teacher of the Year: Mr. Quesenberry

Landon Skeens April 27, 2022

Mr. Quesenberry, or “Coach Q” (as students call him), was recently awarded the Teacher of the Year award from Woodrow Wilson High School. Originally awarded in 1952, this prestigious award recognizes...

The Start of Spring

The Start of Spring

Kalyn Cowger, Writer March 22, 2022

Spring is one of the prettiest seasons of the year When it finally arrives, everyone begins to cheer With its beautiful flowers growing in the everyone's yards That smell as good as a stack of...

Lady Flying Eagles Softball Start Their Season  

Lady Flying Eagles Softball Start Their Season  

Brooklynn Bird, Writer March 18, 2022

There is no better sound than the crack of the bat as the player hits a hard line drive. As winter ends, spring sports are coming into full swing. Softball is a much-anticipated sport in southern West...

No Turning Back:  The Sunshine Protection Act

No Turning Back: The Sunshine Protection Act

Aden Scarbro , Writer March 17, 2022

On Tuesday, March 15, 2022, the United States Senate passed the Sunshine Protection Act. The bill is still pending approval awaiting a House of Representatives vote and President Biden’s signature. If...

Congratulations, Diving Eagles!

Congratulations, Diving Eagles!

Kalyn Cowger, Writer March 15, 2022

The Flying Eagle Swim Team swam their way to success this year, and even though it has come to an end they have accomplished and conquered many obstacles. The team even made it to states this year and...

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