The student news site of Wahlert Catholic High School

The Gleaner

The student news site of Wahlert Catholic High School

The Gleaner

The student news site of Wahlert Catholic High School

The Gleaner

Grounded gets going

Grounded gets going

Jamie Vondra, Editor December 3, 2021

After Bob and Lou’s Coffee hosted a teaser for Wahlert’s upcoming coffee shop, Grounded, last year, the business seemingly disappeared. Many students were left wondering, “What happened to the shop?...

New River Museum program offers teens a chance to get involved in conservation

Olivia Brimeyer, Reporter November 23, 2021

Do you like spending time in nature? Do you enjoy working on conservation projects? Do you see yourself pursuing a career out in nature? Are you worried about the environment? The National Mississippi...

Freshmen celebrate victory
Walter Freund, Addison Schultz, Amalia Strahl, and Julia Thielen were elected to serve as officers by their classmates.

Class of 2025 elects new officers

Alena Brimeyer, Reporter November 20, 2021

The beginning of November brings not only local, state and national elections, but also the freshman elections. The election was for four freshman positions in the Student Senate: President, Vice President,...

Holy Family bridges gap between elementary and high school

Olivia Brimeyer, Reporter September 24, 2021

This year there have been a lot of changes. Probably the biggest change this year is that Our Lady of Guadalupe Elementary School has moved onto the Wahlert/Mazzuchelli campus. Because of this, a lot of...

PIN EM DOWN

Mr. Joel Allen demonstrates wrestling moves on Andrew Slaght, 24, during a S.A.C. class.

Self-defense kicks into high gear

May 25, 2021

  With today's world becoming more dangerous by the minute, numerous self-defense classes have started to teach average people how to protect themselves, including the new self-defense class started...

MORNING CUP OF COFFEE
Emma Belken, 21, helps Sarah Knabel, 14, with a cup of coffee

From the Ground Up

Laura Cushman and Ana Rivera May 25, 2021

  The first thing many students will do on their morning route to school is stop and get coffee, even if it means having to wake up a little earlier or going off their school route. But, what...

The band meets during mentor period to prepare for their concert

Invasion of the middle school musicians

Hannah Busch, Reporter March 10, 2021

In mid-November, the announcement was made that the students of the St. Anthony-Our Lady of Guadalupe Spanish Immersion Program would be moving to the Kane Street campus. To help better accommodate...

Holy Family Catholic Schools change cancellation policy

Charlie Curtiss, Reporter March 10, 2021

As temperatures dip down, students look forward to possible cancellations. But for some students, particularly the students of Holy Family Catholic Schools, some of these cancellations have become...

Covid vaccine provides hope for Wahlert students and staff

Maxwell Wessels, Reporter January 13, 2021

Covid has had a huge impact on all of our lives, but with a vaccine being administered and rolled out, it gives many people hope in these trying times. So this raises the question, how will the vaccine...

Class of 2022 poses on Fun Day, an annual OLG celebration.

OLG to move to Kane Street campus

Jamie Vondra, Associate Editor December 18, 2020

Along with the news of Our Lady of Guadalupe’s (OLG) campus transitioning to Mazzuchelli’s campus, and Mazzuchelli therefore expanding to Wahlert, comes many questions. Many students wonder whether...

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