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The Paw Print

The Student News Site of Wilde Lake High School

The Paw Print

The Student News Site of Wilde Lake High School

The Paw Print

‘I Felt Like a High Schooler, Again’ Student Says After Long-Delayed Pep Rally

Zoe MacDiarmid and Arielle Levine | March 31, 2022

The band pounded drums and blared trumpets. The step team danced down the bleachers. Wildecat student-athletes ran across the field as their peers applauded them from the stands.  On March 25, the last day of a spring spirit week, Wilde Lake came together under the sun in the first all-school pep rally since 2019.  The pep rally’s main attraction was the class versus class competitions....

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Why Am I So…SAD?

Yasmin Roach, Editor | February 13, 2022

As we settle into winter, many of us feel more tired. Moodier. Sicker. Hungrier. Maybe it’s because we’re halfway through the school year, and teachers are piling on work. Perhaps it’s the usual winter increase in colds, cases of flu–and COVID-19–that’s making us feel so ill. But there’s another possibility: SAD. No, not your feelings, although that is one of the symptoms. According...

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Core Subjects Introduce Three New Members to Their Teams

Arielle Levine and Marran Frigo | February 13, 2022

This year, the science department at the Lake welcomed two new members of their team along with the world language department who took one new teacher under their wing.  Biology with Ms. Dutta In the classroom or not, science has been a large part of Ms. Dutta’s life for the past 15 years. Before deciding to pursue a career in teaching Ms. Dutta worked as a neurobiology researcher, now she...

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Arts Program Welcomes Two New Staff Members

Arielle Levine, News Editor | November 30, 2021

The art wing had two rooms that needed to be filled for the 2021-2022 school year: an art room and the dance studio, Ms. Morningstar and Ms. Tucci made these rooms their own while starting their journey at Wilde Lake. A World of Creativity, Color, and Positivity Art with Ms. Morningstar Tucked back in the corner of the school, Art 1 teacher, Ms. Morningstar, illuminates positivity and creativity...

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Advisory Reboot Gets Slow Start

Yasmin Roach, Editor | November 29, 2021

This year, Wilde Lake rebooted its Advisory program, a daily, 20-minute period to be used for community building, distributing materials, and giving information to students. But whether the program has been successful, really depends on who is asked. Ms. Kelli Midgley, an Advisory committee member and an English teacher at Wilde Lake since 1995, says that historically, Advisory was the center...

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