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It is Time for Agriculture

by Rebecca Aguilar Woodlawn’s Pro-start is starting a vegetable garden. It is the first time Chef Oubre and his students will have a vegetable garden at Woodlawn High. Pro-Start is working to keep this garden year round; that means they are going to replant the garden two, three, or more...
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New and Improved Beta Club

by Sarah Hayden This year’s Beta Club has really taken off thanks to the sponsors Mrs. Fentress and Ms. Ortego; they want to bring the club up by really focusing on making the students give back to the community and building leadership amongst students. When Beta Club started, any student...
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New Classes at Woodlawn

by Mya Kremin Several new classes have been added to our school this year. Two of the classes are AP Government and Politics and Newspaper. These courses provide a different pace and offer different materials to fit the students’ academic performance. The newly added AP course is a college course...
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Physics Family

by Lillian Khemmanyvong This year Mr. Spruill is sponsoring the physics club “Club TACWACA” (The Awesome Club Without A Cool Acronym). The club is open to anyone who is interested, although there is one requirement: you have to be approved by either Mr. Spruill himself or your current science teacher....
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The Hard Work a Runner Gives

by Alexis Martin Cross Country is a mentally tough sport. It includes a lot of running and hard work. It may not seem as complicated as most sports; we do not have any equipment other than running shoes and clothes. However, the races consist of hard work and dedication. Effort...
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Zombies, Ghosts, and Clowns! Oh, My!

by Mya Kremin The haunted house directed by theater teacher Ms. Morton is awaited by students each year. Ms. Morton selects a theme that the house will be based on, and the students dress up as characters from the theme. This year’s theme was ‘Scary Movies.’ Students dressed up as...
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Get Ready to Rumble!!

By Sierra Johnson Red Stick Rumble is an off season robotics event that gives schools from all over another chance to compete with last season’s robots; it also provides a way to introduce rookie members into the organization. This is the third year we have held Red Stick Rumble at...
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Shout out to the Yearbook

By Alexis Martin Yearbook is getting ready for another year of documenting the school year’s memories. As of right now the staff has decided a price for the yearbook and has acquired a new format for this year. According to Ms. Getter, the yearbook is $50, and the staff has...
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Getting to Know Wrestling

By Fabian Coleman Do you know what a suplex, dusty finish, or flipping turtle is? Probably not, the sport of wrestling is not that well known to people. The sports that are talked about are football, basketball, baseball, and volleyball but never wrestling. And no, I am not talking about...
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A New Current

By Sierra Johnson Many Woodlawn students have wondered about the new sports team that, seemingly, arrived out of nowhere. This year’s first Swim Team will be coached by Ms. Macaluso. Her passion for swimming arose in early childhood; she started competitive swimming at the age of 4 and continued until...
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Lady Panthers Down Devils in Season Opener

By Jyron Anderson Woodlawn Panthers hosted their season opener versus the Plaquemine Green Devils in what was a satisfying showing for the lady panthers. Lady Panthers jump to a 9-1 lead early in the first match. But that quickly changes to 13- 10 due to errors by our team. After...
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It’s Only the Beginning

By Lilliam Khemmanyvong The football team kicked off their season with their first win (although unofficial) on August 28 against Southern Lab in the Jamboree. The game ended in a close score of 10-6 with Javin Myers scoring the Panther’s first touchdown. Before the game, I got to have a...
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Introduction to the Newspaper Staff

Hello, Woodlawn Panthers! We are at the Panther Post would like to take a moment to introduce ourselves. The staff includes: Rebeca Aguilar-Amaya, Jyron Anderson, Fabian Coleman, Sarah Hayden, Sierra Johnson, Lillian Khemmanyvong, Mya Kremin, Alexis Martin, and Elizabeth Roquemore. It has been many years since Woodlawn has had a...
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