WELCOME, Mrs. BROWN

Xavier Robinson

April 11, 2019

Filed under Inside Look, spotlight, Spotlight, Teachers Spotlight

As many of you may know, there is a new guidance counselor in Westside High. Her name is Mrs. Brown, and she has been one of the kindest and most reliable friends I have come to know in this school of strange and abnormal things....

Durkin’s back!

Durkin’s back!

March 4, 2019

Natural Hair

Jada Lawrence

March 4, 2019

Filed under Opinions, Spotlight, The Struggle Is Real

Being natural means that you don’t use any kind of chemical to change the texture or natural curl pattern of your hair. A couple of examples are using no relaxers to straighten your hair or any permanents to curl naturally straight...

Taking Over The Internet: Social Media..

Jada Lawrence

February 6, 2019

Filed under Inside Look, Opinions, Spotlight

Social media. It's an addictive online place, or it can be for most people. Since these sites such as Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, etc., can be addictive, there are positives & negatives. A few positives of the online...

School Dress Code

Geneva Burks, Symajah Locklear

January 31, 2019

Filed under Listen Up, Opinions, Spotlight, Student Life/Teen Issues, Student spotlight, The Struggle Is Real, We Are Wolverines

A Student: Jordan Ray How do you feel about the gender bias roles in the dress code? "I feel like it should be equality. If a guy can wear it, I should be able to too." 2. How do you feel about tank tops? "I fee...

Mr. Flint Interview

Geneva Bunks and Symajah Locklear

January 29, 2019

Filed under Inside Look, Listen Up, Opinions, Spotlight, Teachers Spotlight

1. How do you react to people fighting in  your class? Daniel Flint: "I'm more disappoited than anything." 2. Which triggers students to have an alteration (physical)? Daniel flint: " Students don't fight in my class." 3....

A Q&A with School Resource Officer Thompson

Luke Rendell and TaNauticah Jackson

January 29, 2019

Filed under Spotlight, Teachers Spotlight

Q. How do you handle tough situations? A. I just deal with them, it's part of my job. Q. Do you enjoy doing your job? A. Yes, It's very interesting. Q. How stressful does it get when students act out? A. It doesn't,...

John Garren……..

Bryanna Kameka and Savanna Stinchcomb

April 18, 2018

Filed under Showcase, spotlight, Spotlight, The Struggle Is Real, We Are Wolverines

John Garren,publisher of count to four... play the drums as well as a UPS carrier a former student of Westside High School. Garren was a drop out at 17 years old due to his mentality that he thought didn't need education, he...

Was It really a day of rememberance? EDITORIAL

Savanna Stinchcomb, Editor/News Reporter.

March 26, 2018

Filed under NEWS, Showcase, Spotlight, Student Life/Teen Issues, The Struggle Is Real, We Are Wolverines

One editor's opinion   Our nation dedicated a day to remember the 17 lives that were taken during a shooting in Parkland. Students particapated in a 17-minute walk out on March 14. Each minute was for each life lost,...

Crew Spotlights

Sharnae Frazer

October 9, 2017

Filed under Admin, Spotlight

Please welcome Ms.McGahee to the Westside family! She joining the reading dept. Thank you to all of you that participated in the parade: Ms.Megan Hendrix, Ms.Kaylynda Colson, Mr.Robert Rosales, Mr.Jeffrey Ackerman, Ms.Precious...

Crew Spotlights

Sharnae Frazer

September 25, 2017

Filed under Spotlight, Teachers Spotlight

Ms. Cheryl Ruise is a real resource for students. Students say they can always count on her to help them when they are struggling. Thank you for all of the extra support! Shout out to Ms. Denita Blunt, Ms. Aria King, and Mr....

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