The Braves Messenger looks at senior art murals, Mr. Ray’s theater class and the rock band Forever Unknown!
The heart wants what the heart wants. And right about now who doesn’t want to see some incredible theater at a local high school?
Whetstone High School’s Production of Almost, Maine opened at 7 PM on Friday November 15 (after a quick preview performance for the student body at the end of the school day). Chris Ray has managed to inspire another brilliant performance from some extremely talented Whetstone actors.
The play will be presented Saturday November 16 at 7 PM and a final matinee performance takes place at 2 PM Sunday the 17.
Scenes from the school preview of the play, November 15, 2019.
Boys and Girls Soccer, Girls Volleyball, Almost, Maine!, Vending Machines, Lesotho Nutrition Initiative with Key Club president Sophia Starkie, and perhaps a quick look back at the Homecoming parade!
Another Braves Homecoming dance is in the books.
On Saturday October 12, 2019, Whetstone High School celebrated its annual Homecoming at the school, by putting on a dance for all our students and their guests.
Students decorated the cafeteria and south end of the building to reflect this year’s theme, “Disco!”
Happy Homecoming Whetstone! Spirit week, homecoming court, pep rallies, festivals, parades, games, dances…whoo hoo it’s all happening here! And check out the rest of our stories on student council elections, the next WAPA play in November, a look at our handbell choir, and a chat with Texas transplant, Grace Baraka.
The Braves Messenger wraps up another school year with a look at 10th grade Humanities students Lobby Day projects, Mr. Ray’s unique OSU collaboration confronting the opioid epidemic and seniors look back as we shout them out and with them the best!