The Wildcat

Horticulture class to take on courtyard clean up

Riley Haidusek

The high school courtyard will get a little more attention from the horticulture class this spring. They have plans to clean up landscaping and do some planting.

Model students rewarded for hard work with NHS induction

Olivia Strange

Fourteen new inductees were added to NHS on Oct. 26. They include: (front row) juniors Gracie Comer, Samantha Pearman, Jazzmyn Swisher, Abigail Dendish, Rachael Hawkins; (back row) juniors Ashley Spry, Perrie Judd, Julie Huckaby, Ellie Murrell, Anna Siegel, Ashlyn Laue, Hudson Karr, Logan Schockmann, and Landon Boggs.

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Senior James Kellner, sophomore Riley Taylor, and senior Garrett McGann work together to take down a Husker player. The Wildcats ended their season on Nov. 5, with a record of 9-2
Wildcat football ends season after hard-fought district play
Ciara Kleihauer, Staff Writer • November 10, 2021

The Warsaw Football team’s regular season came to an end on October 22 after facing Buffalo High school. They ended the regular season being...

Pep club participates in pink out during the Oct. 22 football game against the Buffalo Bison
Groups show support for breast cancer awareness during October
Rachel Henderson and Gracie Comer November 10, 2021

As the month of October approached, breast cancer awareness and “pink out” became a focus for school athletic activities. Students, athletes,...

Volleyball seniors Emma Johnson, Taylor Howe, Taylar Kleihauer, Karlie Jones, and Bella Morrison come together for a picture before their senior night game against the Osecola Indians on Sept. 6. Volleyball seniors were recognized for all of their hard work before the varsity game.
Senior night for volleyball brings bittersweet emotions
Abby Dendish, Staff Writer • October 13, 2021

The volleyball season is soon coming to an end for the volleyball team. Senior night was Sept. 6 against the Osceola Indians. The girls have...

Junior Logan Schockmann plays the piano at Showstoppers on Oct 28. Schockmann is known for his musical talent.
Talented, dedicated musician achieves highest vocal honor
Heather Terry, Staff Writer • November 10, 2021

Music is more than just a high school activity for junior Logan Schockmann, it is a big part of his everyday lifestyle. “Music has always...

Students, teachers recall stories of their Happy Holiday gone wrong
Ariel Harrington- Plaster, Staff writer • November 10, 2021

The air is cold and crisp, the leaves are crunchy and VSCO girls are taking selfies with their pumpkin spice latte. Fall is in the air, which...

Junior Rian Dotson works on an assignment during class. Dotson enjoys art as his expression and stress relief.
Student uses art to cope with life
Parker Gregg, Staff Writer • October 13, 2021

As Rian Dotson started his junior year, he has focused on school work and art projects. Dotson first got into doing art in his pre teen era. Dotson...

Junior Ashley Spry wears masks while working on school work in Amy Spunaugles math class.
Pandemic still effects school one year later
Ava Hughes, Photo Editor • October 13, 2021

One year ago, the school year started with a mask mandate, social distancing rules and great fears of quarantines and shutdowns. The 2021 school...

Senior Taylar Kleihauer
Students find ways to express themselves through fall fashion
Abby Dendish, Staff Writer • November 11, 2021

Summer has officially ended, the leaves are changing and the weather is cooling down. The students and staff are excited about the season's...

TikTok challenges give platform bad name, promote vandalism
Ava Hughes, Photo Editor • November 10, 2021

TikTok is a social media platform that is popular among teens, but the influence of the app is not always innocent. Many students at WHS use...

Senior Grant Chapman walks through the halls carrying his Monster energy drink.
Over Caffeinated
Gracie Comer, Editor-in-chief • November 10, 2021

Whether it’s coffee, soda, or energy drinks, beverages containing caffeine are something that most high school students consume regularly and...

Schools are not responsive to today’s student needs
Shyanne Ramsey, Staff Writer • November 11, 2021

There are multiple reasons why the school system is failing future generations, particularly by not being responsive to the needs of their students. The...

Meet the Staff

Senior James Kellner is a second year, yearbook journalist. Yearbook is Kellner’s favorite class to take because he gets to take interesting pictures of school life and sports. He also wanted a better...

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