The Broadcast returns in 2019! Senior Superlatives, American Sign Language, Fave Movie of 2018, Staff vs. Students Volleyball game and so. much. more.
With amazing performances by Whetstone’s chorus and instrumental music groups, the spirit of the season seems to have finally arrived.
This week we look at the concerts, girls basketball and talk to students and staff about the problems smartphones bring to a high school.
A full week and lots of news here at the Braves Messenger HQ. We take a look at first quarter success, Mrs. Richards AP Environmental Science class projects, the Lesotho Nutrition Initiative and a preview of Boys and Girls Basketball.
The Braves Messenger is working on the next broadcast. We should be out on Friday with a new edition of the show!
Welcome back Braves friends…we take a look at the 6th Community Breakfast, ask some random questions and check in with the cross country team and coach Monda. Have a great weekend!
By: Maddy Weaver & Mataya Stokes
What encourages bonding more than a team trip? During a recent trip to Toledo, the ladies of the Whetstone volleyball team gained each others’ trust and became closer with one another, making them feel more like a team.
The team arrived in Toledo on Friday, September 7th and stayed until Sunday, September 9th. On Saturday, the team won their game against Emmanuel Christian.
“I think the trip was more about bonding than playing because at the end of the day if we were to drive up to Toledo to play one game it wouldn’t be worth it,” says Lillian Keener, one of the volleyball players.