The Wildcat

Student-run faculty café service provides business experience

Emmaleigh Kowal

Senior Robert “Red” Harrison prepares the equipment needed to complete an order of coffee for a member of the Warsaw High School staff. Harrison is enrolled in mathematics teacher Bobbi Swisher’s seventh hour class and helps to prepare and serve drinks every Friday as a member of the Wildcat Café.

FCCLA members bond through fall conference, discuss bullying

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FCCLA members (front row) freshmen Jordyn Degrafffenreid, Angie Duzan, Madelyn Mosely, Timber Sandstrom, Bailee Steiner and Angelisa Amos; (second row) junior Kameron Andrews, sophomores Samantha McClusky, Calvin Long, Brittni Brown, Bridget McClusky and junior Lily Waller; (back row) junior Izebelle Reed, seniors Katelyn Allen, Mackenzie Gemes, junior Arianna Herrick, sophomores Benjamin Kowal and Nicholas Overton attended the FCCLA Region 12 Leadership Conference. The conference was held on Oct. 3 in Smith Cotton High School Auditorium.

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NHS honors academic achievement, leadership Group promotes service
Athletes honor breast cancer awareness by wearing pink

Athletes honor breast cancer awareness by wearing pink

November 14, 2019

Students recognize advantages and disadvantages to small schools and towns

November 14, 2019

Some Students Missing Afternoon School Snacks

Some Students Missing Afternoon School Snacks

October 17, 2019

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Athletes honor breast cancer awareness by wearing pink

Ally Wenberg

Seniors Grayson Gregrich, Chase Steiner, Matthew Couzens, Zach Chapman, Aidan Comer, Clayton Simons, Tristen Reynolds, Lane Bates, Chris Gemes and Austin Rosser gather for a picture after their pink-out game against Father Tolton. Warsaw beat Father Tolton 44-20.

Season end brings conclusion to softball as a fall sport at WHS

Photo by Ally Wenberg.

Junior Kylee Fajen and senior Kiersten Grobe talk with their coach Steve Larsen. The team won that night against Marshall on October 2.

Cheerleaders practice hard, win chance to compete at state

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The Warsaw Cheer squad, (front row) juniors Darby Mostaffa, Cassidy Parks, Hallie Wenberg, Haley Dwyer, sophomore Natalie Johnson, junior Morgan Branson, head cheer coach Holly Helms, (back row) freshman Emma MacWilliam, assistant cheer coach Kelly Wenberg, seniors Andrea Merritt, Aubri Umlauf, juniors Ariel Givens, Jamie Jorgensen and sophomore Jolina Givens, qualified as a group for All-American Cheer during their cheer camp. “The girls have been doing lots of different fund raisers [to attend Orlando for All-American Cheer,] from garage sales to painting faces at Heritage Days; some of them are setting up GoFundMe accounts, whatever they can because it costs a lot to go down there,” Helms said.

Two seniors end last volleyball season with cherished experiences

George Montez

Senior Ariaunna Johnson takes one of her last starting line up run-outs. Warsaw took the fall to Eldorado Springs.

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Student social media use invites school authority involvement in private lives

November 14, 2019

   This is the day and age where privacy is practically...

After-school obligations lead to high student stress

November 13, 2019

Will glanced down at his watch, gauging how much time...

Reading a Printed Book is Better than a Digital One

September 24, 2019

   People today read most of their books, magazines,...

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NHS honors academic achievement, leadership Group promotes service
Darby Mostaffa

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   Darby Mostaffa is a sixteen-year-old junior and this is her first year on the news staff. Mostaffa has a love for her extracurricular activities - participating in cheerleading, marching band and...

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