Lunch PromPosal

Sheik and Chey, Editor in Chief

February 16, 2018

Filed under NEWS, Student Life/Teen Issues, Uncategorized

On wednesday February 14 2k18 a prom posal was held during third lunch at our cafeteria. Jarell Wise (CQ) being the Poser sets up an interesting performance. Making David White(CQ) one of his closest friends to play music over...

Insight on the Struggling Transgender

Sheik and Chey, Editor in Chief

February 16, 2018

Filed under NEWS, Student Life/Teen Issues

Having gone through so much as a transgender for more than 6 years opens up to share their view with us. Saying "Being trans you change your body parts but being female to male you change overall." A way to overpass the comments...

Special Needs

Reagan stoker, Editor-in-cheif

February 12, 2018

Filed under Academics, NEWS, Student Life/Teen Issues

About 1/3 students have special needs such as deafness,speech problems, and learning  disabilities here at Westside. Mrs Davis is a support facilitation teacher helps 40-50 kids with disabilities in their classes.Her biggest ...

Mysterious Seagulls¿

Sheik and Chey

February 8, 2018

Filed under Breaking news, NEWS, Showcase

Westside has gained a recent infestation of seagulls. Crowding the roofs and the back part of the gym, they flock around ever since a cheese poof was thrown at them. Students continuing to feed them is keeping them around for feathers to be shed and poop to be landed. Where did these seagulls really...

The Importance of getting flu shots

Rebecca Gibson, Writer

January 30, 2018

Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Rebecca Gibson is a new student to Westside High School. Her younger cousin died recently of the flu. She agreed to share her story in hopes of encouraging others to beware and get flu shots. Kevin Baynes Jr. " KB" died ...

Grant A Wish

Cheyla Martinez and Sheik Davis

January 26, 2018

Filed under Admin, NEWS, Student Life/Teen Issues

If only you had a wish how smart will you be to choose? Senior Tyrese Whyte (CQ) wished for "infinite wishes". Some are witty as Whyte but other want needs. Kevington Hilaire (CQ) a recent exchange student from haiti wishes...

Poetry by Sylvia Gray “Nonsense and Pineapples”

January 24, 2018

Filed under Clubs, Clubs & Activities

The sun is up, Yet I am down... My life is curved; It makes a frown. The people here In my hometown Are drenched in hate; I'll watch them drown. I love these fools; they are my love. I am in love... Wait,...

Not So Fun At Chuck E Cheese

Shannon Baumgartner

November 27, 2017

Filed under comedy, Student Life/Teen Issues

"Being a game room technician sounds fun if there were no kids"says Gaven Shepard "working 8:30am to about 4 in the afternoon at a place filled with children is exhausting "When asked how he liked his job he responded as hone...


November 21, 2017

Filed under NEWS, Student Life/Teen Issues

Is the single life for you? Or you prefer taken? Nathan Brown a senior answers to why is he single in a funny manner," I'm single because I am very flirtatious but I am waiting for a friendship to turn into a relationship."...

Seniors College Applications

kaylin hayes

October 20, 2017

Filed under Listen Up, Student Life/Teen Issues

Seniors have you done college applications YET???? Sharnae ; Yes I have but I can't use them because they aren't on my FAFSA application. Tayler ; I'm not going to college because I'm going to a two year institute to be a ...

Halloween Hustle

October 18, 2017

Filed under Student Life/Teen Issues, Student spotlight

Ninth grader Sylvia Gray works at the new Haunted Spanish Trail , located on Beaver Street. She's one of the best themed makeup artist there, her manager said. Though "Bloody Mary" is easy, her favorite theme is zombies. She also...

Freshmen Speak Frankly

October 9, 2017

Filed under Student Life/Teen Issues

Malik Fields and  Brittnay Davis Q: How is high school different from middle school? (Malik)A: “A lot more people and it’s a bigger school”. (Brittnay) A: “The classes are harder” Q: What is your favorite class about this year? (Malik)A: “Gym, bec...

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