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Tardy policy becomes less strict

Ethan Schomburg, Web/Social Media Editor

September 26, 2018

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Students are recognizing that an adjustment to the tardy policy is more lenient than last school year.   Changes to the policy include teachers tracking how many times a student is late to class and referring a student for ...

Athletic building promises more space, opportunity

Ally Estes, Editor-in-Chief

September 25, 2018

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  After years of fundraisers, donations and events, the athletic booster club has raised an estimated amount of over $100,000 for a new athletic building. From band students to stellar athletes, everyone awaits the chance to u...

New faculty takes on a new year at Warsaw High

Eleanor Wassman, Staff writer

September 25, 2018

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Nine new high school staff members have started their Wildcat experience. Cody Wright, Bobbi Swisher, Whitney Hamilton and Kristin Rode have chosen Warsaw out of all the other schools because they felt like it was the place for ...

Awards highlight last day for WHS

Wildcat Staff

June 7, 2018

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Students gathered at Randy Morrow Field for lunch an awards to close out the last day of the 2018 school year. Agriculture  The horticulture award was given to junior Brandi Huebert. Ag Science II award went to sophomore ...

Seniors celebrate baccalaureate, earn awards

Wildcat Staff

June 7, 2018

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  After seniors participated in the baccalaureate ceremony, they were recognized for their achievements by faculty and received scholarships to further their education. CTC   Owen Howard received the certificate of partic...

Controversy rises over stricter gun laws in lieu of recent shootings

Becky Petesch, Staff Writer

April 19, 2018

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In lieu of recent events, some people believe that America needs to get stricter gun laws to prevent mass shootings.   Most of the controversy about stricter gun laws took place after the Parkland shooting, where 17 peo...

Musicians qualify for state, and face rating change

Samantha Townley, Staff writer

April 18, 2018

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   Musicians recently participated in District Solo and Small Ensemble Festival on March 5 at Stockton High School. Thirty-six vocal students went with either solos and/or small ensembles. Of these 36, 22 students received ...

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