Category: Features

The New SRO

The New SRO

Officer Stone takes us through her interesting past.

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Life Skills Pumpkin Patch Field Trip

Life Skills Pumpkin Patch Field Trip

The life skills class participates in fall festivities.

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Poetry Out Loud

Poetry Out Loud

Either with fumbling hands or a confident step, students recite poems with a passion as they compete. Poetry Out Loud is a national poem recitation competition that begins at a school level. Students are chosen from each school to go to the state and then possibly national level, by memorizing and performing a poem. Senior Kiley Van Ryn is a […]

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The New Schedule

The New Schedule

Students quickly stomp downstairs, hurry to lunch, and work on anything they need to. West Success and the new schedule have been put in place to provide students with a remediation opportunity. Students can use this time to catch up on work during school. Students also have to go to their first block about 15 minutes sooner in the morning. […]

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Let the Show Begin

Let the Show Begin

When people think about a musical, many focus on the actors. But there is more to a play or musical than just the characters on stage. Getting up on a stage to perform in front of people can be challenging for some individuals. It takes talent and skill to multitask at a performance level, which can scare some people away […]

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Keeping With Tradition

Keeping With Tradition

The doors of the Dorton Arena are wide open at the North Carolina State Fair. The music can be heard from the doors as the music and dance competition for the Folk Festival. The musicians are playing their instruments in front of hundreds of people as the dancers are dancing in front of them for a panel of judges. A […]

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Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer is the number one leading cause of death for women. October is breast cancer awareness month, everyone in the nation brings awareness to the incurable disease and raise money for research. High schools in Johnston County bring awareness to breast cancer by having pink outs, games that are dedicated to wearing pink to support fighters and survivors, and selling […]

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Should Teenagers Trick or Treat?

Should Teenagers Trick or Treat?

Children of all ages dash across the street to get to the next house. Joking around with their friends, they ring the doorbell. As the door opens, trick or treaters beam with joy. Younger kids are complimented on their outfits and handed candy. Teens are faced with a different treat, “Aren’t you too old to be trick or treating?” When […]

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Exchange Student: Ramon Colmenero

Exchange Student: Ramon Colmenero

Meet a foreign exchange student from Spain.

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Player of the Year

Player of the Year

Senior Grace Olmstead wins Greater Neuse Charter Conference Player of the Year.

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