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Need For Speed

Need For Speed

Jordan Long , Brooke Smith, and Cameron Krause December 9, 2022

  Gearing up, senior Skyla Rogers gets ready for a race. Rogers looks back on her childhood and how she started her journey. She grew up around cars, working on them with her dad, which soon sparked an...

Performing in Scissortail Park, junior Tracy Tanyan Jr. placed in the Mens Grass finals.

Tracy Tanyan Jr. continues his family’s dancing legacy

Aariz Khan, Staff October 30, 2021

DRUM! DA! DRUM! Bouncing to the beat of the drum, junior Tracy Tanyan Jr. shines like a star at his first-ever powwow. Tanyan Jr. first fell in love with powwows (Native American dances) around age...

Finishing the Cowboy Jamboree in Stillwater, senior Karsyn Hayes and junior Tykota Lena embrace after a long meet.

Atnip Brings Positive Vibe

Sophia Chakrabarty and Hannah Snow October 29, 2021

Inhale. Exhale. Sophomore Brooklyn Atnip throws one foot in front of the other, finish line in sight. She is home, surrounded by her teammates. Every day, Atnip proves that you don’t have to...

Boys Track Conquers State Championship

Boys track team brought home a state championship on May 15th at the OSSAA Class 6A State Track & Field Championships.

Give Me One Last Kiss

Give Me One Last Kiss

The classic 1963 musical "Bye Bye Birdie" is brought to the stage with a new twist. When planning the musical, social distancing with masks made performing unique and separated from the past. “The masks...

Junior Bralen McCalister, #29 of Varsity Football, runs across the field with an American flag.

Flags Fly at Westmoore’s First Veteran Recognition Game

Gisselle Acuna and Sutton Dozier November 23, 2020

Picture it - A bright, sunny Saturday as faint applause begins to crescendo into loud, spirited energy from the crowd. The football players make their grand entrance with American flags in their arms and...

Side-by-side photos of Brenda Palmer and Joy Okpoko during their school days.

The Struggles & Triumph of Black Students: stories from Mrs. Palmer, Joy Okpoko, & More

Kenny Kim, Co-Editor-in-Chief September 3, 2020
Former WHS President Joy Okpoko, Teacher of the Year Mrs. Palmer, and more share their experiences being a black student in public schooling.

New Graduation Date – June 26th

May 19, 2020

Good afternoon, Class of 2020 Parents and Guardians, In respect of advisement from state officials and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), traditional commencement ceremonies...

Student Check Out Update

May 19, 2020

Dear Parents, Because student safety and well-being are a top priority, we have devised a plan in accordance with CDC guidelines by which WHS students will be permitted to come to the building...

Senior Kylee Munson

The End of the Beginning: OSSAA ends spring sports early due to covid-19

Gisselle Acuna, Staff Writer April 20, 2020

The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association (OSSAA) cancelled the spring athletic season (consisting of baseball, golf, slowpitch softball, soccer, tennis and track) on Thursday, March 12th...

Learning from home, freshman Monica Acuna reviews how to factor polynomials.

Going the Distance

Sutton Dozier, Staff Writer April 19, 2020

At the start of 2020, no one expected that they would meet with their teachers via video chat. No one expected that summer would start two months early. And not one person knew that society would be quarantined...

Raven Sloan Working at Walmart

COVID 19 Photos

April 12, 2020


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