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Woodrow Wilson High School cheer team makes their way to states.

Cheering Eagles Make Their Way To States

Caroline Webb, Journalist November 28, 2023

The Woodrow Wilson High School Cheer Team has had many wins this season. On Nov. 4, 2023, at Riverside, the group became regional champions, earning them a spot in states on Dec. 9 in Huntington. Currently,...

Woodrows Earth and Garden Club helps our environment by installing bird boxes in schools Wet Land Project.

Helping Our Flying Friends

Alexia Pena, Journalist November 28, 2023

Woodrow Wilson High School's Earth and Gardening Club is assembling bird boxes for Woodrow's Wetland Habitat Restoration Project. Funds for the creation of the bird homes were generously donated by Jim...

Work hard and go after your goals no matter what they are. Youre never too old and its never too late.

Woodrow Runs On Duncan

Alexia Pena, Journalist November 18, 2023

Woodrow Wilson High School welcomes science teacher, Mrs. Megan Duncan. Though new to the school, she is not new to teaching, as this is her seventh year in her career. Both an alumni of Concord and West...

Presley Jarrell represents Woodrow Wilson High School.

Presley Jarrell- 2024 U.S. Senate Youth Program Finalist

Landon Skeens, Editor November 16, 2023

Woodrow Wilson High School senior, Presley Jarrell was officially recognized as a 2024 U.S. Senate Youth Program finalist yesterday, Nov. 15.  In total, six high school students were selected across various...

Woodrow Wilson High Schools English 9 creates a cookbook for class project.

Whipping It Up In C-3

Landon Skeens, Editor November 13, 2023

Mrs. Anna Phares, English Teacher at Woodrow Wilson High School, recently had students write favored recipes to be featured in a class cookbook. Originally inspired by the lack of technical writing included...

Woodrow Wilson High School Volleyball Team makes their way to the State Competition.

WWHS Volleyball Team Serves Their Way To States

Emily Keaton, Journalist November 7, 2023

Woodrow Wilson High School's Volleyball Team has had a victorious season thus far, currently with a score of 40-8-9, winning the previous 14 games. The team is led by Coach Bre Rhodes, a Woodrow alumni....

My advice for students is to find something to get involved in. Woodrow has so many opportunities for finding a place to belong. Whether it be a sport, club, or organization, finding something to do keeps you accountable to having good grades and behavior. It also allows you to make so many good memories while in high school.
-Mrs. Brittany Worley

Around the World With Worley

Elijah Page, Journalist October 26, 2023

Mrs. Brittany Worley is a new Social Studies teacher at Woodrow Wilson High School. An alumni of Independence High School, Worley began teaching preschool at a private institution following her graduation....

Woodrow Wilson High School welcomes new Spanish teacher.

Prosperidad, Fuerza, y Progreso (Prosperity, Power, and Progress)

Alexia Pena, Journalist October 10, 2023

Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the diverse cultures of Hispanic communities throughout the world. From Sept.15- Oct.15 people around the world delight in festivities, rejoicing in their independence....

Community In Schools (CIS) serves as a support system for students in need. Any student with a need for supplies, clothing, and/ or advice may find assistance in room E-5B.

Community in Schools: Giving Back to Woodrow

Angel Burchett, Journalist October 4, 2023

  Woodrow Wilson High School's Community In Schools is a program dedicated to help students in need. Both Lindsay Flanagan and Jessica Kerbawy run the organization and have been responsible for...

Students of the Book Club have the opportunity to serve the community by reading aloud.

Bound By Books

Alexia Pena, Journalist September 26, 2023

Woodrow Wilson High School Book Club is a collection of students who perform student community outreach by reading aloud. Mr. Travis Doyle has hosted the club since his arrival in 2016. The club itself...

Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle

Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle

Elijah Page, Journalist September 21, 2023

Ms. Carson McKinney is one of the newest teachers at Woodrow Wilson High School. A 2022 graduate of Marshall University, and a Woodrow 2018 alumni, she began her teaching career last year at Woodrow. Thus...

Woodrow Wilson High School students have the opportunity to gain work experience through programs at the Academy of Careers and Technology.

Are Highschool Students and Jobs a Recipe for Disaster?

Landon Skeens, Editor September 15, 2023

It’s happened to everyone, you're out with mom and dad, and all of a sudden you see something you know you can’t live without! However, no matter how much you complain and beg, your parents just won’t...

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