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A Time to Remember: Senior Breakfast

by Sierra Johnson On April 25th, the senior class had their annual senior breakfast. Upon entry, all students received a small bag of Hershey kisses. Everyone then took their seats and a speech was given by our mayor, Kip Holden. The room fell silent as he inspired us with his...
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Finishing Strong

by Damian Jackson The last track meet Woodlawn High had was the District Meet on April 20th. For the District Meet, Woodlawn came in third place for boys and girls, which contained events in sections such as throwing, like shot put or javelin, jumping, and running. Individually, Brandon Williams finished...
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Softball Season is Over

by Rebeca Aguilar The softball season ended with their last game against Livonia on April 7, 2016. Even though the panthers lost 9-4, the team worked together as a family and they tried to do their best and never gave up on the field. After watching the game, I had...
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Ball Fight

by Sierra Johnson April 8th was the start of something spectacular! Four groups participated in the student vs. teacher basketball game: freshmen (black jerseys), juniors and sophomores (white jerseys), seniors (purple jerseys), and teachers. There were three games total, each consisting of two, five minute matches. The first two games...
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Mock Crash at Woodlawn High School

by Sarah Hayden On Wednesday, March 23, 2016, the Woodlawn junior class experienced a mock crash to raise awareness about drunk driving. Students participated in this event. The Louisiana State Police Department also helped in the event. It started with a deputy announcing the scene of the crime. A 16...
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Night of Neon

by Fabian Coleman The Sadie Hawkins dance was heavily anticipated by many of the students. So when the day of the dance finally came, students rushed to the office to get their last minute tickets. At the beginning of the dance there were very few people on the dance floor,...
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Ring Ceremony

by Alexis Martin The senior class of 2017 had their ring ceremony on March 9, 2016. The middle section of the auditorium was filled with students anxious to get their class rings. Each junior walked up stage to shake Mr. Steven’s hand and collect their ring. They were told to...
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WHS Holds a Blood Drive

by Lillian Khemmanyvong The blood drive, sponsored by JROTC, took place at Woodlawn High School Thursday, March 17, 2016. According to 12th grade student Ryan Williams, there were more students who volunteered to give blood than expected. For students who wanted to donate blood there are some requirements you must...
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FCS Reaches Out to Africa

by Elizabeth Roquemore The FCS club recently received some great news! The club finished its fundraising efforts to build a fresh water well in Swaziland Africa. The FCS club, WHS students, WHS teachers, and several local businesses raised a total of $6,600 to help a needy village have clean drinking...
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Keeping Shakespeare Alive

by Mya Kremin Shakespeare day is dedicated to the reenactment of Shakespeare’s famous plays. The plays that were reenacted included Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Taming of the Shrew, and Othello. The scenes ranged from tragic to comedic. Each scene lasted 5-10 minutes and English classes were able to attend. The...
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Worldwide Eggs

by Rebeca Aguilar The world geography classes Ms. Hawkins and Mrs. Hauptman teach have been learning about Russia and the Russian Revolution. They have been talking about Nicholas and Alexandra Romanov, but society may be more familiar with Anastasia from the cartoon movie. Nicholas and Alexandra were parents to Olga,...
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Find a Plan B

by Lillian Khemmanyvong As a student who is about to start her/his years in college, the reports about TOPS is definitely one that puts pressure on students about how they are going to pay for school. Due to budget cuts, Louisiana has decided to modify the requirements and the eligibility...
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Block Schedule

The talk around school is that instead of students taking 7 classes 54 minutes each, the students will be having an A/B block schedule with 4 classes a day, 90 minutes each. After having an interview with the principal, Mr. Stevens, it has been confirmed that there will be an...
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Star Student of the Year: Sean Snowden

by Jyron Anderson Sean Snowden recently won Woodlawn High School Student of the Year. To win Student of the Year you must make good grades and help the community. Sean is an exemplary example of what it means to be a good student and helper in the public and at...
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