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Foreign exchange students exploring Wahlert

Foreign exchange students exploring Wahlert

Ashley Steele, Editor

October 7, 2019

by Ashley Steele of The Gleaner   Adjusting to a new school year can sometimes be challenging. However, adjusting to a new country could be even more challenging.  The foreign exchange students at Wahlert, Matteo Barzagli, ‘20, Emily Pfeiffer, Helena Perez Gonzalez and Candela Murcia de la ...

A warm welcome to all

Lola Grap, Reporter

October 7, 2019

Ms. Katie Decker, math Ms. Katie Decker taught at Mazzuchelli for 10 years. She started with 6th grade social studies, then 6th grade math, 8th grade math, then back to 6th grade math. She also was involved with Personalized Learning at Mazzuchelli. How are you liking Wahlert thus far? “I...

Carrying teamwork mindset into new job

Carrying teamwork mindset into new job

Lola Grap, Reporter

October 7, 2019

Many students remember Mrs. Lisa Krapfl as the fun science teacher at Mazzuchelli or someone they often saw in the halls the past couple years. But now, she is known as the new assistant principal.  Due to Mrs. Krapfl’s years of teaching in the past, she has been able to see the role of assistan...

Ms. Wagner leaves behind legacy

Ava Hoelscher, Reporter

June 7, 2019

Ms. Cynthia Wagner is different things to different people. To the cross country team, she’s a fierce, determined, and loving coach. To the Senate, she’s an organized and hard-working leader. To the student body, she’s a respected figure and role model. After 44 years of working at Wahlert, Ms...

Summer concerts

Sami Rury, Reporter

June 2, 2019

Imagine standing there with your friends and family jamming out to your favorite music artist. This summer Ellie Meyer, ‘22, Ana Chandlee, Abigail Klauer, ‘21, and other Wahlert students are going to some of their favorite artists’ concerts. Meyer says she is very excited about the Kane Brown concert she ...

8th graders jumping into their high school careers

8th graders jumping into their high school careers

Lola Grap, Reporter

May 28, 2019

Pictured above: Bryce Rudiger, Seamus Crahan, Nora King, Lydia Foy, and Tatum Manternach, '23. Where do you see yourself a year from now? “I see myself being more mature and participating in lots of activities a year from now. I think I’ll meet lots of new people and learn a lot more,” said...

Student take a walk down memory lane

John Sulentic, Reporter

May 20, 2019

By John Sulentic Of the Gleaner   As senior year winds down to a close, it is a great opportunity for the class of 2019 to reflect on their favorite memories. The class of 2019 has accomplished a great deal in their four years in athletics, theatre, and academics. It has been a wild ri...

Students embrace their senior scaries

Jared Block, Reporter

May 20, 2019

By Jared Block Of the Gleaner In high school, everyone is bound to have an embarrassing moment. Some might have a less embarrassing moment like dropping their lunch tray in the cafeteria, and others may have a much worse situation like breaking their arm on the first day of high school. No matter...

Wahlert staff says goodbye to seniors

Maddie McCarron, Editor

May 20, 2019

While the seniors of 2019 prepare to say goodbye, their teachers will be saying sayonara to them as well. Wahlert has said farewell to many influential teachers over the years, but these teachers have been with the senior class since their freshman year. It’s a little saddening for everyone, but ...

Students share the love on Mother’s Day

Maddie McCarron, Editor

May 10, 2019

They pack their kids’ lunches, drive them everywhere and spend hours sitting in crowds and audiences to support them in anything and everything they do. They will go to bat for their children and take care of them to the best of their abilities. Moms are unspoken heroes. This Moth...

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