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The front of the airport. Photo belongs to author

Traveling during the pandemic: Dos and don’ts

Alexis McIlmoil, Staff Writer January 12, 2021

Want to travel during COVID-19? Here are some do’s and don'ts that will help you navigate the chaos of the airport and flights! 1.Check in to your flight at home! This will give you your boarding...

Halle Isaak and her family going to this year's version of the Oregon Zoo Lights. Zoo lights is a very popular activity for families to do during winter break, but this year was through a drive thru system.

Winter break for WHS students

Halle Isaak, Editor-in-Chief January 8, 2021

Winter break is always one of the most looked forward to days off of school every year by students. With it being a two week break from classes, a time filled with friends and family, and different holidays...

A peek into Ella's professional art website where she sells handmade earrings.

Ella Rice and her art business

Bella Glastra van Loon, Staff Writer December 16, 2020

There is always difficulty finding jobs in high school that work with class schedules, homework loads, and extracurricular activities. Although most kids opt for the local fast food or retail chains, some...

There's a new schedule for the 2020-2021 school year. Students are at a larger risk of accidentally sleeping through class.

Are students’ sleep schedules affecting their academic performance?

Abigail Maoz, Staff Writer December 16, 2020

It's safe to say that zoom school has altered students' sleep schedules. Most students would have to wake up at 8 or earlier to catch the bus or drive themselves to school in the morning which starts at...

Carly Shanklin and her leadership classmates recording a clip for the winter assembly. The winter assembly will be shown in class on December 17, during 1st period.

Leadership students create a virtual winter assembly

Kylie Hadden, Staff Writer December 15, 2020

Due to the pandemic this school year, students and teachers have been spending their time learning through comprehensive distance learning. Not being able to physically go into school has caused students...

Staying connected during troubled times

Hunter McIlmoil, Staff Writer December 10, 2020

It's official! The countdown has started! One of the most joyous days of the year is in less than 20 days! The Christmas season is upon us and though it may be significantly different this year with the...

Leadership II is collecting coats and socks on December 4th and 11th for their drive. All donated clothing will go to those in need in our Wilsonville community.

Leadership II class hosts Coat and Sock drive at Wilsonville High School

Kylie Hadden, Staff Writer December 9, 2020

It’s wintertime, which means that Oregon is transitioning to winter weather. Because of the cold temperatures, many people in our community are in need of clothing that will keep them warm this holiday...

Surfers in Oahu

Thinking of going to college in Hawaii?

Kaiya Shivers, Staff Writer December 7, 2020

Living in Hawaii would be a dream. It’s a classic vacation destination and a paradise on earth with the gorgeous ocean, luaus, hikes, sunsets, sunny weather, flowers and acai bowls! When I found out...

Holiday season might look a little different this year. Wildcats are still making the most of it!

It’s holidays season Wildcats!

Abigail Maoz, Staff Writer December 6, 2020

The weather is starting to get colder and lights are being put up all over Wilsonville! Although this holiday season might be different than most, it’s still going to be a blast! Many families have...

This was the poster for the very first meeting of the club. Anyone interested can still join the classroom with the code depicted in the photo.

A book club comes to WVHS !

Fiona Dunn, Student Life Editor December 3, 2020

A new club has started at Wilsonville High School: The Book Club. Founded by sophomores Anthea Goh, Macy Moore and Elia Bartlett, the club focuses on discussing different elements of various genres of...

Some examples of New Year's resolutions.

Wilsonville students’ New Year’s resolutions

Gus Ericson, Staff Writer November 30, 2020

New Year’s resolutions are a staple of every winter season, as the holidays approach we think of ways we can better ourselves in the New Year. For this segment, I interviewed a few WVHS students to get...

A group of senior girls at tennis practice earlier this fall season. Many students would attend practices after school like these four girls. Peyton Tolboe took this photo for her Friday takeover of

An average school day for WHS students

Halle Isaak, Editor-in-Chief November 20, 2020

It’s safe to say the COVID-19 pandemic has affected everybody's daily schedules. Normally, students at Wilsonville would wake up, get ready, go to school for the day, come home, do homework and maybe...

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