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The Student News Site of Westerville South High School

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January 24 Announcements
January 24, 2022

Two more indoor school track and field records were tied this past weekend! Congratulations to the 4x800 meter relay team of Nick Hoelscher, Chase Jackson, Eeshwar Gattupalli, and Gabe Combs for tying the school record on their way to victory at Otterbein's High School Meet Sunday morning. At the same meet, Godfred Nyafre tied the pole vault record with his jump of 13'0". A reminder: we are in the...

History behind making New Year's Resolutions
Jillian Pride, Business Manager • January 24, 2022

      Everyone is aware of the ongoing phenomenon of entering the new year with new hopes or goals and making these “resolutions”, but what many do not know is that the current generation has changed the way resolutions have worked in the past.   Every year on Dec. 31st people all over the world find themselves eager  to welcome the new year. Whether you're  celebrating with...

New Schedules Causing Confusion Amongst Students
Rowan Ratvasky, Photographer • January 24, 2022

Westerville South rang in the new year and semester with two new early release schedules. One schedule was created for a one hour early release. While the other schedule was made for half an hour early releases.  According to the Westerville South High School's principal Mike Hinze's announcement on schoology, this change is in order to maximize class time.  The announcement also reported that...


Where's your favorite place to go in the Fall?

  • Pumpkin Patch (38%, 8 Votes)
  • Fall Farmer's Market (24%, 5 Votes)
  • Haunted Houses (14%, 3 Votes)
  • Football Game (14%, 3 Votes)
  • Apple Orchard (5%, 1 Votes)
  • Corn Maze (5%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 21

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January 21 Announcements

January 21, 2022

January 10 Announcements

January 11, 2022

January 7 Announcements

January 7, 2022

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 A picture of the recently opened cafeteria. Its opening was delayed by a shipment of flooring adhesive that was delivered late due to the supply chain issues wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic.
School Renovation Plans Progress Smoothly; Supply Chain Issues Complicate Further Progress 
Daniel Boudreau, Feature/News Editor • January 12, 2022

With the construction of the school progressing amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the upstairs academic wing classrooms nearing completion, students...