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E-cigs pose a threat to students

Emma Vukovich, Staff Reporter

March 3, 2015

Filed under News

As electric cigarettes gain in popularity, they become more of a detrimental threat to students. Vaping is proclaimed to pollute lungs with toxic chemicals, such as carcinogens, and may even make antibiotic-resistant bacteria...

Counselors broaden student outreach

Suzanne Blake, Life Editor

December 3, 2014

Filed under News, Uncategorized

Through the addition of a mandatory lunch duty, the counseling department brought forth the inception of a service that could benefit many students. Every Wednesday during lunch, counselors are stationed at the area surrounding...

Got helmets?

Jamie Calnan, News Editor

December 3, 2014

Filed under News, Uncategorized

There are many key components involved in staying safe on the football field. Brand, size and fit of a helmet can be crucial to a player’s safety. “The fit is vital because you don’t want a helmet, first of all, that’s...

Cadets attend summer camp

Madeline Murdock, Assistant Online Editor

December 3, 2014

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Over the summer 16 JROTC students attended the Junior Cadet Leadership Course (JCLC) Summer Leadership Camp, which took place in Camp Pendleton, Virginia. Camp Pendleton is a military reservation in Virginia Beach that is named...

Graduation rate mixed for WF subgroups

Elizabeth Black, Reporter

December 3, 2014

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There has been a recent rise in the WCPSS graduation rate. The county graduated 82.2 percent of students in four years, an increase of over 2 percent from 2013. Wake Forest’s four-year rate is 85.2 percent, down a percentage...

State to change how GPAs are calculated

Kathleen Cook, Editor-In-chief

December 3, 2014

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A new GPA scale will come into effect with next year’s freshman class. With the new scale, AP classes will be worth one point, and honors classes will only be worth half of a point. This differs from the extra two points...

Math, Biology EOC scores on the rise

Kathleen Cook, Editor-In-Chief

December 2, 2014

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Students are not the only ones who fret about EOC scores at the end of each school year. Our school and county are evaluated on how well or how poorly students perform on these tests. Last year there were EOC tests on three...

NFL Commissioner promotes player safety

Chandler Byrd, Sports Editor

December 2, 2014

Filed under News, Uncategorized

The football team has received many accolades throughout the years. Multiple state championship appearances and consistent winning streaks could be the reasons behind a recent special visit. This September, NFL Commissioner...

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