Students relax on Wellness Wednesdays

By Alyssa Daniels Sports Editor Wednesdays are no longer just early release days; now the guidance office has added a Wellness Wednesday weekly during fourth period. This is led by counselors Haley Armstrong or Laura Ehringer in the guidance conference room. It was started to help students de-stress from school or anything happening in their... Continue Reading →


Senior starts own boutique

By Whitney Black Entertainment Editor Senior year can prove to be difficult with homework, tests, plans of the future and a bad case of “senioritis,” but Kali Vermeulen didn’t let that get in her way of starting a business. Last semester, she opened an online boutique called Neapolitan Sisters Boutique. Vermeulen is a seventh semester... Continue Reading →

Gabehart runs Whiteland

By Stephanie Lingenfelter Editor in Chief Since 2015, Norm Gabehart has been hard at work as Whiteland’s town manager. As town manager, his main job is to oversee town administration, though his daily tasks can vary greatly. Gabehart was hesitant to take the position at first. “Honestly, I was reluctant at first. When I came... Continue Reading →

Blue tickets to recognize a Warrior well done

By Abby Allen Managing Editor WCHS staff members have been searching for a way to incentivize positive behavior, and they recently implemented the Blue Ticket program in accordance with the Warrior Way. The Warrior Way is a set list of guidelines (Be Positive, Be Pro-Active, Be Present, Be Respectful, Be Self-Motivated, Be Responsible, Be Productive),... Continue Reading →

Robotics team hosts Recycle Day

By Whitney Black Entertainment Editor According to the Environmental Protection Agency, “in 2013, Americans generated about 254 million tons of trash and recycled and composted about 87 million tons of this material, equivalent to a 34.3 percent recycling rate.” On March 2, the Robotics team worked with the GET club from Pleasant Crossing Elementary to... Continue Reading →

Nurses benefit student health

By Emma Gibson Staff Reporter As school nurses, Jennifer Caldwell and Leslie Douglass take care of students every day. They make sure that students have what they need, when they need it. Nurse Jennifer Caldwell explained what she does everyday as a nurse, and what her job entails. “My job includes the following duties: overseeing... Continue Reading →

Loudermilk teaches Spear-It

By Abby Allen Managing Editor Business classes and the Preparing for College and Careers class are offered at WCHS to aid students in building the knowledge and experience for their futures. Business and Preparing for College Careers teacher Kyle Loudermilk has taken his lessons one step further: opening a business specifically for business students to... Continue Reading →

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