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Our Bodies Our Creativity

Zoe Swinson December 13, 2022

  Tattoos can be a reflection of one's individuality and creativity. They can be a representation of past experiences, such as remembering loved ones or pets who have passed away. Whether they have a...

Academic Achievers

Ella Pilgrim and Samara Islam December 12, 2022

  People view gaining achievements in many ways. Some students get excited over winning the prominent debate, while others are satisfied by getting an A on their calculus test. Out of the 2,700 students...

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...

Moore Outdoor Music Festival

Alexandria Richardson, Staff November 30, 2022

     Under the blinding lights of the Moore stadium, the Westmoore band waited anxiously to hear their placement at the Moore Outdoor Music Festival on September 17th. The wait was finally over when...

Working out at 10GYM, a local student hotspot for fitness, senior Ryan Bundy curls dumbbells.

Do You Even Lift, Bro?

Jordan Long, Staff January 24, 2022

Trying to get a summer body during the three months in spring is a struggle for most, but some students try and maintain a summer body year-round. Everyone has a different motivation while weightlifting....

LGBTQIA+ Experiences

LGBTQIA+ Experiences

Hannah Cunningham, Editor November 4, 2021

Disclaimer/ Editor’s Note: Moore Public Schools condemns hate speech of any kind and is committed to creating an inclusive school environment for all. MPS believes meaningful discussions are imperative....

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 29, 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...

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.   https://www.mooremonthly.com/news/westmoore-boys-win-state-6a-track-championship-moore-girls-take-third

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris celebrate their victory on Election Night.

Remembering 2020: the Year in Review

Alyssa Dalley-Schofield and Katherine Majors January 19, 2021

Reflecting on 2020, the JagWire remembers the impactful events and people in Moore and in the world. JANUARY-FEBRUARY World War III was trending on Twitter just two days into 2020 kicks off the new...

Dressed up in green and red, senior Landon Simms starred in the winter play.

Stealing Back the Show

JinJu Nam and Quentin Hartzell January 18, 2021

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. - The Drama classes begin every winter season with their annual “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” play. Despite the restrictions of COVID-19, this year is no different as the drama...

Wearing her regalia and stash, sophomore Madison Switch-Fixico poses in front of nature.

Madison Switch-Fixico: Native American Princess

Jennifer Nguyen and Monica Acuna January 13, 2021

Drum beats can be heard simultaneously with the clashing of bells, necklaces, and other regalia, as folks from different Native American tribes surround the arena. While some gouge on Indian tacos and...

The Homecoming Court smiles for a photo after the crowning of king and queen.

Why is HoCo Not a Big Deal?

Sutton Dozier, Katherine Majors, and Gisselle Acuna November 23, 2020
Throughout the years, homecoming (HOCO) has become less of a trend across our school. Unlike other schools across the country, students are not involved in typical HOCO traditions like parades, dances and assemblies, but why?
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