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The Student News Site of Wilde Lake High School

The Paw Print

The Student News Site of Wilde Lake High School

The Paw Print

Life After the Lake: 2024 Senior Features

Arielle Levine, Amy Manzanares, and Bella Horvath | May 13, 2024

In August 2020, amidst a pandemic, the Class of 2024 came to Wilde Lake as freshmen. Though many were unsure about their futures after graduation, they worked throughout their time at the Lake to find their purpose and create their paths.  Throughout a student’s four years of high school, Wilde Lake staff and courses prioritize helping each student find the path that is right for them. Principal...

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12 Seniors Progress to Round Three of Senior Assassin Game

Bella Horvath, Editor | April 26, 2024

After the second round of “Senior Assassin,” 61 seniors have been eliminated from the water gun game over the course of two weeks. Only 12 seniors will progress into round three. During this round, a new set of obstacles was introduced to the participants. This week, the competitors faced multiple  “purges.” During a “purge,” seniors cannot protect themselves with floaties and goggles....

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31 Left After First Round of Annual Senior Assassin Water Gun Game

Bella Horvath and Amy Manzanares | April 18, 2024

At the end of the first round of this year’s annual senior water gun game, “Senior Assassin,” 42 seniors have been assassinated. 31 seniors remain for round two.  73 seniors signed up for this year’s game, each hoping to be the last man standing to win a grand prize of $365. The rules are simple. Seniors participating are assigned a new target to remove each round. Seniors need to shoot...

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From Vision to Reality: Mr. Lally Brings Music Therapy to ALS Program

Caroline Sorensen, Staff Editor | April 9, 2024

For Academic Life Skills (ALS) paraeducator Mr. Kieran Lally, the best part of his day is watching his students unlock their musical abilities. Last year, when guitarist and singer Mr. Lally interviewed for his job as an ALS paraeducator, he proposed the idea of incorporating music therapy into the Wilde Lake ALS program. Now, during first period, he teaches ALS students Gabe Gaetano, Monica...

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ALS Program Creates Pathways to Opportunities for Students

Arielle Levine | April 9, 2024

For most of her life, junior Katie Yarrish witnessed her family grapple with the uncertainty of the future for her brother Ross, a fifth year ALS student at the Lake. Now, Katie says her family finally has the answers that they spent ten years searching for. Ross will be attending the HCC Community Connection Program this spring where Katie says he will learn more life skills. Ross is a fish lover,...

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