Namah Al Battah named Missouri Be Strong representative

Sophomore Namah Al Battah and art teacher Ashley Drissel look over meeting plans for the club We Dine Together. The club was created to ensure all students feel included in places like the cafeteria or classroom. “We’re trying to create a network of support,” Drissel said. “[We want] to have a culture here at West High that is supportive and inclusive instead of exclusive.”
April 6, 2018

Sophomore Namah Al Battah leads the way in combating exclusion in Missouri after earning the title of state representative for Be Strong, a global non-profit against bullying as well as being a member...

The Parkway Disciplinary Policy Should Be Changed To Solve the Pressing Issue

Student stands on a ripped up copy of the current disciplinary policy to show her resentment of the policy.
April 4, 2017

Fights broke out the end of February in the cafeteria and senior lounge, raising the issue of the current disciplinary policy. The Parkway Disciplinary policy outlines student expectations for behavior...

Swipe sweeps social media

Junior Maret Welby uses the app Swipe. Swipe allows users to post pictures or videos anonymously.
February 10, 2015
In our generation, things are constantly being thrown in and out of popularity. First, it was Trivia Crack and now it is Swipe.
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