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Meet the Cast of “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”

Meet the Cast of “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown”

Rachel Eisenhauer
October 20, 2016
Filed under Arts, Features, Showcase

            Wilde Lake’s fall musical, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, is playing on November 17, 18, and 19 at 7 pm. Tickets are for sale now at wildelake.seatyourself.biz and are $12 each. For students, tickets can be bought at lunch for $8. Below is a question and answer with the cast....

Flashback Friday

Flashback Friday

Rachel Eisenhauer
October 14, 2016
Filed under Features

For this week's Flashback Friday, this is the story of when Wilde Lake's Concert Choir took a tour to and performed in the U.S.S.R. The article is from students' perspective of the trip and was published in the May 10, 1989 edition of The Paw Print....

Ms. Gaither Joins Wilde Lake Faculty as a New CTE Teacher

Ms. Gaither Joins Wilde Lake Faculty as a New CTE Teacher

Ricky Ho
October 14, 2016
Filed under Features

Ms. Gaither, a new CTE teacher, transferred to Wilde Lake after teaching for 12 years in Baltimore County. In addition to teaching at Wilde Lake, Ms. Gaither makes the 20 minute drive to Mount Hebron, as she also teaches there. The first day of school at two schools can be a little nerve wracking...

Ms. Henderson is a New Addition to the English Department and Yearbook

Ms. Henderson is a New Addition to the English Department and Yearbook

Gabby Christopher
October 14, 2016
Filed under Features

Ms. Henderson is a new yearbook sponsor and English teacher at Wilde Lake this year. Though she’s new to Wilde Lake, she’s not new to teaching. She was a teacher for one year at Oakland Mills before she came here. She decided to become an English teacher because reading and writing have always...

Ms. Essien Sees Internship as Path to Teaching Career

Ms. Essien Sees Internship as Path to Teaching Career

Ihsaan Fanusie
October 14, 2016
Filed under Features

For Ms. Felicia Essien, being an intern is about working to follow her passion. Ms. Essien is a Towson University student currently interning at Wilde Lake in Mr. Townsend’s English class. She is using her interning experience to reach her career goals. As an intern, Ms. Essien experiences the...

Soccer Standout Sydney McNamara Enters Final Season at Wilde Lake

Soccer Standout Sydney McNamara Enters Final Season at Wilde Lake

Julia Bohse
October 11, 2016
Filed under Features, Showcase

Senior Sydney McNamara, an integral part of the girls varsity soccer team and a standout student, earned a starting position her freshman year and never looked back. Since her first year on the team, the team has looked to McNamara to score under pressure, and she is not one to disappoint. In addition...

As Registered EMT, Andrea D’Souza Spent the Summer Saving Lives

As Registered EMT, Andrea D’Souza Spent the Summer Saving Lives

Gabby Christopher
October 7, 2016
Filed under Features, Spotlight

While most students spent the summer traveling or hanging out with friends, senior Andrea D’Souza, spent her vacation riding in ambulances and helping people in emergency. D’Souza became an official volunteer Emergency Medical Technician or an EMT on August 31. Volunteer EMT’s are the people...

Shea Siblings Take Over Varsity Soccer Program

Shea Siblings Take Over Varsity Soccer Program

Hope Kahn
October 7, 2016
Filed under Features, Sports

This year, Wilde Lake teachers and siblings Trevor and Megan Shea filled the varsity coaching vacancies on the boys and girls varsity soccer fields. Mr. Shea, a special educator at this school, coached JV soccer at Oakland Mills from 2008 to 2015. Ms. Shea, a Technology teacher, is moving up from...

Mr. Shea Comes to Wilde Lake After Experience as Paraeducator

Mr. Shea Comes to Wilde Lake After Experience as Paraeducator

Misbah Farooqi
September 30, 2016
Filed under Features

After a career in real estate and teaching jobs around the county, Mr. Shea came to Wilde Lake as a special education teacher and boys’ varsity soccer coach. Before coming to Wilde Lake, Mr. Shea was a paraeducator at Homewood and had been a long term substitute at high schools and middle schools...

Flashback Friday

Flashback Friday

Rachel Eisenhauer
September 30, 2016
Filed under Features

Here is today's edition of Flashback Friday, with an opinion from October 9, 2001. This was an opinion written by Mohamad Sadd Siddiqui, a Muslim student following the terrorist attacks and the resulting Islamaphobia. We feel that these tensions still play an impact in our country today....

New FACS Teacher Kimberlee Brown Makes a Smooth Transition Into Wilde Lake

New FACS Teacher Kimberlee Brown Makes a Smooth Transition Into Wilde Lake

Rachel Henry
September 28, 2016
Filed under Features

For new FACS teacher Kimberlee Brown, FACS is about life skills. “Students should be able to cook and be self-sufficient, take care of themselves, and know how to be safe in the kitchen,” said Ms. Brown. Ms. Brown came to Wilde Lake this year for the diversity. “I’ve chosen Wilde Lake to...

Special Education Teacher Ms. Kosecki Looks Forward to Making a Difference in Students’ Lives

Special Education Teacher Ms. Kosecki Looks Forward to Making a Difference in Students’ Lives

Rachel Eisenhauer
September 26, 2016
Filed under Features

Special Education teacher Ms. Kosecki is looking forward to “getting to know, working with, and being able to make a difference in the lives of the kids [she is] working with.” In her classroom, Kosecki pauses to ask every student who walked in the room if they are having a good day. She trul...

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