The Paw Print

Drama Department Heads Reflect on Their Experience With Wilde Lake Theatre

Drama Department Heads Reflect on Their Experience With Wilde Lake Theatre

Rachel Henry, Susie Osborne, Darae Lyles, Hope Kahn, Rebecca Nason, Sarah Rubin, and Marian Isailovic

May 13, 2019

Brian Hudec: Sound Department Head   By: Marian Isailovic If you recently saw “Chicago,” and noticed the smooth transition from speech to song between characters, you may have also noticed Brian, head of sound, following each line to make the microphones react as perfectly as they can. ...

The Hat Policy Change is Good for Wilde Lake

The Hat Policy Change is Good for Wilde Lake

Rachel Henry, Editor-in-Chief

March 22, 2019

This year for the first time, students are allowed to wear hats and hoods inside of the school building. And so far, it’s been great. Students who had previously gotten in trouble for a simple head covering, can now wear hats and hoods without discussion. In the beginning of my sophomore year, I go...

Wilde Lake’s AP Students Reflect on Their Classes

Wilde Lake's AP Students Reflect on Their Classes

February 6, 2019

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Be Aware, Not Ignorant

The international sign for people standing together against anti-semitism

Rachel Henry and Hope Kahn

January 8, 2019

Two-Hundred-Twenty-Seven miles from Wilde Lake, Sabbath prayers were interrupted by gunshots at the Tree of Life synagogue taking 11 lives on October 27, 2018. Although some might say that “anti-Semitism doesn’t happen here,” they would be wrong.   Twenty miles from Wilde Lake, during a show...

Ms. Marroulis Makes Math Simple

Ms. Marroulis Makes Math Simple

Susie Osborne, Writer

December 21, 2018

When Ms. Marroulis, Wilde Lake’s new algebra teacher, isn’t sharing her passion for math with her students, she is spending her time in the great outdoors jogging, gardening, and traveling. Growing up, she always had a passion for math, and she found her talent for solving math problems and expla...

Language Department Drops Upper Level Classes, Lower Level Classes Reach Maximum Capacity

Language Department Drops Upper Level Classes, Lower Level Classes Reach Maximum Capacity

Sydney Cox and Sarah Rubin

December 18, 2018

In recent years, there’s been a lack of enrollment in higher level language classes. Consequently, Wilde Lake’s language department has cut Italian III and IV in the 2018-2019 school year. With students no longer having a class to take, upper level Italian students have to either pick a new langu...

Administration Looks for Long Term Solutions to Behavior Problems

Administration Looks for Long Term Solutions to Behavior Problems

Rebecca Nason, Editor-in-Chief

December 18, 2018

In an attempt to reduce suspension and detention rates, while also improving relationships between students and staff members, Wilde Lake administration is training teachers to implement a new community building model called restorative justice. According to Mr. Wilson, students should expect fewer re...

Administration Relaxes Outdated Hat Policy

Administration Relaxes Outdated Hat Policy

Preeta Singh, Photography Editor

December 18, 2018

This year, administration relaxed the policy on hats and hoods, an update that comes after decades of disagreement between students and teachers over headwear. According to Mr. Wilson the revision to Policy 9210, which once prohibited headwear in the building, now allows students to wear hats and hoods a...

In Response to Safety Concerns, Wilde Lake Locks Its Doors to Early Arrivers

In Response to Safety Concerns, Wilde Lake Locks Its Doors to Early Arrivers

Rachel Henry and Hope Kahn

December 18, 2018

Every morning at 7:10 a.m., the Wilde Lake doors unlock and students cram together to enter the school building. This year, administration is not allowing students to enter the building until 7:10, the contracted teacher start time. According to Mr. Wilson, this is to ensure the safety of the stu...

Ms. Jackson Watches Students Grow From Middle To High School

Ms. Jackson talking to student Anna Brown in the lunch room.

Sarah Rubin, Print Co-Editor in Chief

November 29, 2018

From the way she so comfortably interacts with every student at Wilde Lake, one would’ve never guessed that new assistant principal Ms. Jackson grew up as a small-town girl in Massachusetts, where there was only one high school for her entire community. Though she may not have been the best studen...

“Prepared for anything,” Ms. Riley Is Ready For Wilde Lake

Rachel Henry, Editor-in-Chief

November 27, 2018

New Assistant Principal Ms. Riley is always prepared for anything. She keeps two pairs of rain boots in her office, an extra pair of heels, and another pair of flats, “just in case.” She also keeps a fanny pack for easy access to her phones, several pens, and spare change.  Ms. Riley worked ...

Mr. Hill Looks Out for the People Who Need the Most Help

Photo Submitted by Dan Hill

Hope Kahn

November 19, 2018

  Mr. Hill has always known that he wants to make a difference. He spent two years in Baltimore City completing service work and seven at Harpers Choice as a Special Education teacher. This year, he furthers his love for helping those who need support as he joins his wife and the rest of the Wi...

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