Key Club Hosts Spring Fling


Sabrina Abesamis, Opinion Editor
April 24, 2012

Key Club helped host the Annual Kiwanis Spring Fling, a party thrown for foster families.  Last Saturday, April 14, Ocean Reef Park was filled with laughter and cheer as children and parents alike were treated to food, face painting and arts and crafts.  Games included wild scavenger hunts and sand... Read more »

‘Magic Dragon’ Takes to Sky


Jackie Jerkins, Literary Editor
April 16, 2012

The literary magazine of the year, “Magic Dragon,” prepares to take flight as the school year begins to tie up loose ends.  “Magic Dragon” is distinct from the rest of the Literary Magazine class’s stack because, as per tradition, it contains works from the entire student body, as opposed... Read more »

French Honor Society Helps Soldiers

Stephanie Courtois, Editor in Chief
March 29, 2012

  Just as always on the second Tuesday of the month, the French Honor Society held their meeting. The main topic of discussion was the drive for the Forgotten Soldiers Outreach. Although it is mandatory for all FHS members to donate to this cause, other students are more than welcome to participate... Read more »

Chemistry Honor Society

Lizzi Rigolo, Photo Editor
March 16, 2012

The big word on every member’s mind when in room 2-128 at 7 am on a Thursday morning is fundraising.  Chemistry Honor Society is working on fundraising to buy cords for their seniors. They are currently in the midst of organizing a car wash that will be held at WHS on March 31 from nine to noon. They... Read more »

Anime Club

Lizzi Rigolo, Photo Editor
March 13, 2012

Every Friday after school students file down to room 2-114. There’s talk, laughter, and fun booming from what by day is an English classroom. Mr. Rorabeck is the sponsor of the new anime club, a club that appreciates, watches, and draws Japanese animation. You don’t have to be experienced or excel... Read more »

SGA Goes Big and Green for St. Baldricks

Samantha Pescatore, Business Manager
March 12, 2012

SGA has been spending a majority of their class time figuring out ways to promote St. Baldricks. Presently, they are encouraging the students to wear green every Wednesday, and go around the courtyard during lunch to collect donations. They hope to set up activities in the courtyard on Wednesdays to... Read more »

FCCLA Introduces “Read to Me”


Stephanie Courtois, Editor in Chief
February 27, 2012

 FCCLA (Family Career and Community Leaders of America) started off the year with their next community service project called “Read to Me”.  Club members Sydney Sokolsky, Cesia Vanella, and Alexandria Webb contacted New Horizons Elementary and organized this event with the After-care Program. ... Read more »

FCCLA Organizes Book Drive for Children


Stephanie Courtois, Editor in Chief
February 27, 2012

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish…. One of our newest clubs on theWellingtonHigh Schoolcampus is FCCLA; Family Career and Community Leaders of America.  This organization is a service organization associated with Family and Consumer Science Education. Their first Community Service Project... Read more »

Vet Club Raises Funds for Diabetic Young Adult

Jennifer Melgey, Staff Writer
February 6, 2012

On December 12, a chocolate Labrador named Penny paid a visit to a Vet Club meeting in Room 3-105.  Penny is Ashley Packard’s diabetic alert dog.  This is the same dog that the club has been working hard to fundraise for all year. Ashley told the members about how Penny is literally saving her life... Read more »

SGA Anti-Bullying Week

Samantha Pescatore, Buisness Manager
December 4, 2011

SGA is preparing to promote “Anti-bullying” week at our school on December 12-16 (as of now). The club is making purple awareness ribbons to pass out to students during that week. Also, they are trying to arrange for speakers to come in and talk to students about the seriousness of bullying. SGA... Read more »

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