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  • Glow Dance tickets are available in the school store for $10 each. The dance is tomorrow night, 7:30-10 p.m.

  • Seniors: commencement speaker applications are available in Dr. Sink's office.; they are due Fri. March 15 at 2:45 p.m.

  • Did you play a fall sport or participate in a performing art? Have a 3.0 GPA? Pick up your free Best of West tee shirt from Mrs. Debenport!

Throwback Thursday: Jacob Huber

Throwback Thursday: Jacob Huber

Tyler Hannegan, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017


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Pathfinder: How would you like people to remember you for who you are?    I would like people to remember me as kind, outgoing and that I cared about other people. I help other people with their homework when they need it and sit right next to them in lunch when they are lonely. What students or t...

Swim and dive make waves at state

Swim and dive make waves at state

Gabriel Weber, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017


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The swim and dive team closed the winter season out with five wins and four losses.   “The season went well. We had three top eight finishes at Conference including first and second finishes. Sophie Wojdylo, a junior diver, qualified for state and finished 14th. We had a lot of injuries an...

Track athletes head to state

Track athletes head to state

Chris Bass, Staff Writer

March 1, 2017


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On May 22, male and female athletes competed in the Class 3 and Class 4 Sectional track and field meet. In the event 14 athletes qualified for the annual state meet on May 25 and 26. “I’m really because of the fact we qualified both in distance and in sprints,” Girls Head coach Kristen Witt said...

Twenty three seniors take the stage at Mr. Longhorn March 1

Twenty three seniors take the stage at Mr. Longhorn March 1

Ellie Widowski, Staff Writer

February 28, 2017


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Senior guys. Dancing. Dressing up in ridiculous outfits. It’s no wonder the male beauty pageant also known as Mr. Longhorn has sold out every year for the four years it has taken place. There will be 23 senior contestants competing to be crowned Mr. Longhorn. All students who signed up get to participate. “I’m...

SPIRE students draw national attention

SPIRE students draw national attention

Gabriel Weber, Staff Writer

February 27, 2017


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Twenty-seven high school business students launched SPIRE, a digital marketing and creative services firm, which runs out of room 2312 through an international program called Virtual Enterprise International (VEI). “In Virtual Enterprise we actually run a virtual business. We create awesome and eye-ca...

Throwback Thursday: Dima Berry

Throwback Thursday: Dima Berry

Tyler Hannegan, Staff Writer

February 16, 2017


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Pathfinder: What is one of your happiest memories? Berry: One of my happiest memories was going to Costa Rica for vacation with my family. The weather was mild, warm and very sunny.  I went on the zipline and deep sea fishing and caught a lot of baby sharks. Which adult or older student has had...

Granting dreams program makes students aspirations become reality

Granting dreams program makes students aspirations become reality

Lilly Bucher, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017


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Whether it be Japanese lessons for a elementary school student, a medical mission trip to Honduras or a student wanting to take a robotics class, the Parkway Alumni Association (PAA) gave away $23,700 in grants to 200 students in 2016 through a program called Granting Dreams. Anyone in grade K-12 can...

Parkway launches a new district-wide interface

Parkway launches a new district-wide interface

Gabriel Weber, Staff Writer

January 26, 2017


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After hours spent revising and reformatting the district wide website, the only thing left to change are teacher pages.

T-shirts help father and son bond

T-shirts help father and son bond

Bridget Noonan, Sports Writer

December 14, 2016


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“I’m really thankful for the opportunity to make my bond with my dad even stronger,” Schumert said.

Freshman LaTasia Brooks calls 911 on bus to save student

Freshman LaTasia Brooks calls 911 on bus to save student

Maddie Cooke, Staff Writer

December 12, 2016


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Without hesitation, Brooks turned off her music and made her phone into a life saving tool.

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