The Wildcat

Traditional school provides benefits beyond what a child can get at home

Emmaleigh Kowal, Staff writer

March 28, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Being home-schooled for nine years was never not an option. Living overseas, where I wasn’t an expert with the language, didn’t really provide for a great education from a public school. I know that there are definite benefits...

Off-campus lunch option would promote positive student experience

Rheanna Coke, Web Editor/Staff Writer

March 26, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Student Life

Lunch time chaos is something that students are all too familiar with. Entering the lunch room to a mile-long line is anything but inviting, and the thought of waiting to receive a preselected lunch of someone else’s choos...

Credit cards provide a smooth transition into adulthood

Ally Estes, Editor-In-Chief

March 13, 2019

Filed under Opinion

  Credit cards are more than just square pieces of plastic with codes encrypted with numbers, letters, and bar scans. They’re a gateway into improving credit scores, aiding in emergency situations, and can even provide children w...

Leading others into the new year

Leading others into the new year

Brenna Smith, Photo Editor

February 5, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Debate: Are memes good for society?

Joshua Simpson, Staff writer

January 29, 2019

Filed under Opinion

  If you want to know what a meme really is, don’t Google ‘memes’ and scroll through the images. Don’t look off that kid’s phone in the back of class, because chances are it’s terrible.   If you want to know what a meme really ...

Debate: Are memes good for society?

PetralieJo Wurtz, Staff Writer

January 29, 2019

Filed under Opinion

I am unsatisfied with the impact that memes have on society. A high percentage of memes are shared around the web through social media to many users that are interested in the creation of photos with subtitles that explain current...

Fear of asking causes ignorance, anxiety

Ally Estes, Editor-in-chief

January 29, 2019

Filed under Opinion

  Dumb questions are easier to handle than dumb mistakes. This is a widely-known idea which implies that nipping ignorance early can result in a positive outcome. It’s the way in which inquisitive people are treated, however, wh...

It’s time to be a knight

Emmaleigh Kowal, Staff writer

December 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In the days of old, people lived by a code that promoted kindness and respect. However, over time, people began to become selfish and rude, placing themselves and their own needs before those of the people around them. Chiva...

Mistakes don’t define us

Mistakes don’t define us

Brenna Smith, Photo Editor

December 5, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Staff Editorial: Teacher ethics hinder student learning

Wildcat Staff

November 27, 2018

Filed under Opinion

We the people surround ourselves with political socialization. Our social media is jam packed with the ideologies that we subscribe to and we go home to families that may discuss political opinions around the dinner table. Despit...

High school can be a scary time

High school can be a scary time

Brenna Smith, Photo Editor

October 24, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Should high school dating be serious?

Bridget McClusky and Ellie Wassman

October 23, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Dating has always been a part of high school, whether the relationship lasts a week or all four years. This makes sense, considering high school students are entering the transition between childhood and adulthood. One dilemma that...

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