Facebook Gives Users a Gender Education

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Jessica Parenti
April 1, 2014

As many may already know, Facebook has recently added 51 additional gender identity options rather than keeping their sex-based (male and female) options to classify a user’s gender. This new addition has left some confused, asking “What is there besides male and female?” Gender is a complex concept... Read more »

Change is Coming to an Old Friend

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Valentina Franco, Staff Writer
March 12, 2014

Lifetime residents of West Palm Beach see Okeeheelee Park not only as a regular park with man-made lakes to kayak and wakeboard in, but they see it as the place where memories were shared with family and friends on the picnic tables or the nature trails. In many ways, Okeeheelee Park has been a part... Read more »

The Art of Staying Creative

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Madison Dalton, Opinion Editor
January 14, 2014

Many students and teachers at WHS find deep passion in the arts. However, individuals who desire to enter a career field in the arts are often faced with challenges. Mr. Hoard is one such individual. Although he currently teaches graphic design at WHS, Mr. Hoard has his M.F.A. in art. “I taught art... Read more »

The effects of ISS and OSS

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Selia Vargas
January 8, 2014

What are school suspensions? In school and out of school suspensions are given to students who have violated school policies. It is not meant to remove students from school education, but to urge the students to do better. Suspension is a mandatory leave assigned to a student as a form of punishment.... Read more »

WHS Community Service System Shrouded with Gray Areas

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Sabrina Abesamis, Editor-in-Chief
December 18, 2013

The spirit of the holiday season typically reminds people to give back to those less fortunate and students at Wellington High have a lot of opportunities to do so. From food drives to the annual Rosenwald trip, a wide variety of charitable projects are available at WHS. These help not only those in... Read more »

What WHS Says about the Fox

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Madison Dalton, News Editor
November 20, 2013

At the end of last school year, students and teachers were surprised to find a fox roaming the WHS campus. This year, the furry guest is still at large, living beneath the portables and giving many WHS wolverines a smile during sightings. Lindsay Gurewitz, senior, explained that she and a group... Read more »

WHS Band Proudly Salutes Veterans with First Annual Concert

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Sabrina Abesamis, Editor-in-Chief
November 11, 2013

The Wellington High School Wind Ensemble performed its first annual “A Salute to Veterans” concert Monday, November 11, in the WHS Amphitheater.  Presented to a large audience that included many local veterans, the concert was a successful tribute to all the men and women who have served this country. “We... Read more »

Exceptional WHS Educators Teach Students Lessons that Last for Life

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Madison Dalton, News Editor
October 31, 2013

Wellington High School is full of inspirational teachers who have had a deep, positive impact on students’ lives. Many of these teachers take their job a step further than simply teaching students how to succeed in academics, as they impact skills that will help them succeed in life. One such educator... Read more »

iPhone 5s and 5c: What’s New?

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Johnathan Thompson, Staff Writer
October 4, 2013

The brand new line of iPhones has arrived! Earlier this month, Apple announced the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, which have sold like hot cakes, but have received mixed reviews. Here’s an outline of what’s new. One major aspect in the iPhone announcement was that the iPhone 5s comes in a new color. Gold.... Read more »

The American Dreamers

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Valentina Franco, Staff Writer
September 30, 2013

As seniors apply to college and plan the beginning of their lives, people tend to ignore the fact that many great students are denied access to universities and scholarships for minute and insignificant reasons. None are definitely not blind to the immigration problems in America, but as teems tend to... Read more »

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