School upgrades have varying effects on students

On top of the press box, sophomore Cameron Sato captures one of the camera angles of the game below. Sato worked behind the scenes to broadcast football, lacrosse and soccer games. “It was kind of like a live football game, all our footage switched between multiple cameras on the field or on top of the press box, and was then sent to the board,” Sato said.

Carly Anderson and Sabrina Bohn

May 1, 2017

With new changes to the school, such as the scoreboard and Adidas sports uniforms, student athletes and the Longhorn Sports Productions (LSP) have mixed opinions. “I like the look of our Nike [uniforms] better, they had really cool designs, but with Adidas, the jersey itself is nicer and a lot o...

Meet the Parkway school board election candidates

Campaign signs for the upcoming Parkway school board election pile up along the side of Baxter road.

Carly Anderson and Sabrina Bohn

April 3, 2017

Three seats on Parkway’s school board of education are up for election on April 4, where two incumbents will be facing nine other candidates. The candidates include Debbie Hopper and Chris Jacob, who previously served three year terms, in addition to Robert Gore, AnnMarie Puhan, Peter Meisinger, Matthew Ec...

Why students need to go green and respect the community

Bags of trash pile up as the road connecting the middle and high school is cleared of litter.

Carly Anderson, Staff Writer

March 13, 2017

Over the past five years, through both my sister and I’s involvement at West, it’s been fairly obvious to me that our school cares a lot about its community. Whether sports teams are honoring those affected by cancer, classes are raising money for charities or students just show appreciation for our school, we d...

Parkway launches a new district-wide interface

Using the new website, freshman Lilly Bucher navigates the district homepage to find West High.

Gabriel Weber, Staff Writer

January 26, 2017

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

A five-year beautification plan is underway

The Parkway West Pathfinder reflects on the best stories published in 2016.

Alina Dunder, Staff Writer

November 18, 2016

A five year beautification plan is underway in hopes of a spring service day for students to participate in.

Obama administration voices transgender access to school restrooms

Obama administration voices transgender access to school restrooms

Will Cremeens, Staff Writer

May 19, 2016

On Friday, May 13, the Obama administration issued a statement from the Department of Education and Department of Justice regarding transgender admittance to school restrooms.

A new face for the Parkway West Longhorn

Sophomore cross country runner Jane Fuller walks home with the new girls cross country backpack, which features the redesigned

Emily Dickson, EiC Intern

October 1, 2015

On Sept.15, Activities Director Brian Kessler released a bright new set of Longhorn logos to the student body. Dramatic rumors about the switch had been brewing all Summer, although Kessler says the process started long before that.

Faculty makes effort to be color brave

Freshman Katie English signs a poster in front of Mrs. Kerpash's room pledging to be

Kyla Hatton, Staff Writer

November 25, 2014

Teachers discuss being "color brave" in their classrooms, and how it is affecting West.

High school classes with a college-like schedule

High school classes with a college-like schedule

Bayleigh Williams, Staff Writer

October 27, 2014

"We could have high schools that are more flexible."

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