Writing messages about how to include everyone, freshmen Tre Bell and Ethan McLeod write a note about what they will do to inspire change in the community.  “I never really thought about everything that happens around me. I really have just been worried about myself, but I realized other people go through a harder time then I do. Now I am going to try help around and be a better person in the community,” Bell said

Freshmen experience their first Day of Service

Ella Roesch, Convergent Media Writer March 14, 2019

For the second annual Day of Service, the upperclassmen went off campus to give back to the community, while the freshmen class remained on campus and participated in three sessions of their choice, as...

Custodian Ollie Caruthers accepts the donations from the West High community.

Students present Custodian Ollie Caruthers with a check

Debra Klevens, Convergent Media Writer November 25, 2014
With police cars being set on fire, tear gas being thrown and the national media focusing on the unrest in St. Louis, students, alumni and faculty packed the cafeteria during first and second lunches to honor Custodian Ollie Caruthers.
The fund to help Ollie has come a long way, from $150 to 30K in just over a week.

Custodian’s Fund Draws to a Close

Hannah Hoffmann, Staff Writer November 13, 2014
Ollie Caruthers and the West staff react to support from the community.
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