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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

The graphic depicts a student going through a maze to try and find an open bathroom. Throughout the maze, the student encounters hall monitors, vapes, and closed bathrooms. This graphic demonstrates what it is currently like to try and find an open bathroom at Wilde Lake.

Locked Bathrooms Are the Wrong Solution to Student Misuse

Bella Horvath, News Editor May 28, 2024

During a seven hour school day, sometimes all I need to do is use the bathroom, but to do that, I have to participate in a confusing and unnecessary system. Wilde Lake introduced a new bathroom system...

COLUMBIA, MARYLAND, FEBRUARY 20, 2024 -- Ramsey Jenkins, a sixth year ALS student, and Assistant Principal Mr. Sillers sing Be Our Guest, from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at A lunch. Their performances happen daily. Ramsey says singing on the microphone with Mr. Sillers is the best part of his day.

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...

COLUMBIA, MARYLAND, APRIL 4, 2024 -- ARL students Liam Hoagland and Jathan Nguyen walk in through the front entrance after returning from their ARL classes. Per the new policy, students are only allowed to use this entrance.

Administration Limits Entrances to One

Blaiz Blackston and Amy Manzanares April 9, 2024

Principal Ms. Marcy Leonard made an announcement reinforcing a past safety policy that students are to enter and exit through the main doors only on January 2nd. Administration has reinforced this policy...

Mr. Sillers on Main Street.

Wilde Lake Administration Adds Sillers to the Team

Arielle Levine November 22, 2021

Wishing to act as a backbone for the Wilde Lake community, after 16 years at Hammond, Mr. Sillers is ready to make his mark on Wilde Lake. During his years at Hammond, Mr. Sillers was a social studies...

Numerous students are seen lined up outside of the main entrance awaiting a tardy pass.

Lateness Policy Creates Long Lines and Delays Instruction For Late Students

Aenilah Watkins, Web Editor in Chief November 11, 2019

At 7:25am across Howard County, students are expected to be in school on time. However, this isn’t always the case for Wilde Lake seniors Selam Abebe, Bryan Shin, and Trea Jenkins. The trio often misses...

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