By Arielle Swinehart
At Whetstone High School, we celebrate differences and accept one another. As a way to show our acceptance and celebration, Whetstone has dedicated a week to recognize LGBTQ+ students, and the general LGBTQ+ community.
During the course of this week, all aspects of the LGBTQ+ community were recognized, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and more. This week, students dressed in neon to celebrate the visibility of the LGBTQ+ community, wore pink and purple to support lesser known identities, wore blue and white to support transgender members of our community. Students also had fun with the week by including a hat day and a day to wear something you wouldn’t normally wear. Continue reading “Love is Love Week”
The most exciting senior tradition has begun. Senior tag, a game played by high school graduating classes across the country, is just kicking off for Whetstone seniors.
Senior tag is played with water guns, usually in teams of four. The goal is to shoot other teams to get them out, and win the whole game. There is also a requirement to get naked so that you’d have immunity to being shot. Because of this, the game is not officially affiliated with the school. Continue reading “Senior Tag”
By Silas Land
As summer break approaches, many Whetstone students begin to put less effort in their academics, and more into their plans for the summer. For AP students, the year isn’t over yet. They have to plan for the important exam, beginning on May 11th, over their particular AP subject. Continue reading “The AP Exam”
By: Rayshon Walker
Students at Whetstone have been pushing through all the uncomfortable and difficult AIR testing schedules this past week. Each of the 9th and 10th grade English classes had to take the test in the computer labs, which required careful scheduling by the counselors. Continue reading “Persevere Through the Testing”
By Maia Johnson
Whetstone’s tardy policy has been a controversial topic ever since the implementation of issued Wednesday schools as punishment for being tardy five times in a single semester. This happened at the beginning of the second semester, and there are pros and cons to its establishment.
Continue reading “Tardiness: Insubordination?”
By Rayshon Walker
Several Whetstone students got the opportunity to be involved in The Day in the Life of a Buckeye at Ohio State University on Wednesday, March 23. This event paired a Whetstone student with an Ohio State student for the day. This opportunity allowed the Whetstone students to deeply interact and ask questions while having a chance to experience the college life. Continue reading “Day in the Life of a Buckeye: Providing Motivation for Education”