Westside Cheer Clinics and Tryouts

Chyna Anderson, writer

April 10, 2019

Filed under Academics, Athletics, Breaking news, Clubs & Activities, Listen Up, School Spirit, Showcase, Student spotlight

When (Clinics): April 8th- 11th When (Tryouts): April 12th What: Cheer Clinic & Cheerleading Tryouts Where: Gymnasium Event Time: 2:30pm- 5:00pm Tryout Fee: $15.00 COME TRY OUT! SHOW OFF YOUR TALENT!

Music

Noemi Camunas and Mia McKeever

March 29, 2019

Filed under Academics, Clubs & Activities, Music, Opinions, Student Life/Teen Issues, Uncategorized

Yazier Serrano is a 17-year-old boy from Westside High School. He plays the sax in our school band, and in this interview he shares his point of view about music. Everybody likes music, but sometimes music has a different impact on ...

Daily Update

LaQuenta Weems, Writer/editor

March 28, 2019

Filed under Academics, Uncategorized

3/29 Geo Mock Env. Science Mock Bible Club GSA Pageant Full Dress Practice Boys Baseball @ Terry Parker 6

How to Be a Better Writer

Chyna Anderson and Mia McKeever

March 7, 2019

Filed under Academics, Aspiring Writers, Listen Up, Poetry, The Struggle Is Real

Greetings to all aspiring writers. Whether it's an essay, a novel, or a poem, many of you possess a gift that not everyone can acquire. There are a considerable amount of techniques you can use if you want to improve your writng....

Words to Use Instead of “Said”

Chyna Anderson

February 25, 2019

Filed under Academics, Aspiring Writers, The Struggle Is Real

Teachers can testify that students have a habit of using the forbidden word in their essays. The word we all use multiple times throughout our lives. That word is 'said'. You're familiar with that word aren't you? On behalf...

School Subjects That Should Be Taught

Chyna Anderson

February 21, 2019

Filed under Academics, Opinions, Showcase, Student Life/Teen Issues, The Struggle Is Real, Uncategorized

Schools across the district have a strict core curricula that all students must go by. As most people know, these important classes are math, science, history, and literature. There are also electives that students are "obligated"...

Achieve 3000

Achieve 3000

February 21, 2019

Are you smarter than a 5th grader 🍎🍏

Jorden Williams & Kayla person, Reporter

February 13, 2019

Filed under Academics, Comedy

Westside Voice conducted a non-scientific test to see if students are smarter than a fifth grader, like the TV game show.   First contestant 9th grader Cameron Hall Q:What president is on the $20 bill ? A:...

Part-Time Student

Mekilya Smith, editor

February 8, 2019

Filed under Academics, Opinions, Student Life/Teen Issues

As many highschool students begin to come of age they also encounter the options of grasping a job. We all have particular reasonings for having a job but we also have to deal with school. Most of us struggle to keep up with both,...

Senior skip day

Victoria Gibbons, reporter

February 2, 2019

Filed under Academics

  Senior Skip Days are a common practice for high school students across the country, in which the graduating class picks one day of the year, typically in the late spring time and oft scheduled around prom or an equally...

Freshman parent meeting Wednesday night

Caleb Thomasson, Editor

January 28, 2019

Filed under Academics, Showcase

There will be a parent meeting at 6 p.m in the auditorium tomorrow, Jan. 29.

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