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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...

Posing for a photo, Java Jags workers kick off their soft opening.

Special Education students run a coffee shop for teachers

Kylie Orthman and JinJu Nam January 25, 2021

Once a dusty and abandoned storefront, wood tiles and red curtains replace the stained vanilla panels. The aroma of coffee and creamer fills the air as fairy lights and decorations adorn the window. Mrs....

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...

Haikyu!! is a Japanese anime about a boy determined to become a great volleyball player despite his small stature. The show has been named one of the most popular animes by Westmoore students.

Why do teens enjoy anime?

Jennifer Nguyen and Ethan Chong January 17, 2021

Anime is a form of Japanese animated cartoon now as popular as ever in the West. Popular anime include Naruto, Haikyu!!, Attack on Titan, My Hero Academia and Demon Slayer. Whether it is the beautiful...

Underclassmen in honors chemistry play the trending game after finishing their elements quiz early.

An Imposter Among Us: Trending app brings together students and teachers

JinJu Nam and Jennifer Nguyen November 23, 2020

First Fortnite, then TikTok, what’s the next big thing? "Among Us" is a game where players try to discover an alien impostor and was created by InnerSloth in 2018. It is available for download on...

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.

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...

This is a picture of my dad cutting down the fence that previously went around our pool. This process took awhile but it did let off some big sparks, and eventually we got done and it make our back yard look a lot bigger.
- Freshman, Hannah Snow

Photography Class Showcase

May 12, 2020

During distance learning the photography students have been continuing to learn and practice their skills.  They have been assigned to create weekly photo journals and given the opportunity to participate...

A Light in the Dark: Zariah Spencer's Quarantine Story

A Light in the Dark: Zariah Spencer’s Quarantine Story

Hannah Cunningham, Staff Writer April 22, 2020

A light in the dark, of our new normal. Zariah Spencer’s quarantine story, in her own words: “Since everyone can relate to this, it’s kind of bringing us closer." With the world on pause, Zariah...

Heritage Trails kindergarten teacher Mrs. Lyndsay Dukes waves to her students as she drives throughout neighborhoods.

Car Parade Allows Teachers to Connect With Students From a Distance

Kenny Kim, Editor April 2, 2020

MOORE, OKLA - There is nothing as unique as the bond between a student and a teacher. As Oklahoma scrambles to contain the spread of COVID-19, the State Board of Education voted Wednesday, March 25,...

Social Media reacts to Iran with memes about WW3 Draft

Social Media reacts to Iran with memes about WW3 Draft

Kenny Kim, Editor January 10, 2020

The world is on edge days after Iran vows 'severe revenge' for the death of Qasem Soleimani, one of Iran’s top military figures, killed in a drone strike by the U.S. Many parties responded differently....

Ready for What the Future Holds?

Ready for What the Future Holds?

Beth Martinez, Staff Writer January 9, 2020

Two wanting to go to college, one joining the military, and one up in the air. How much do they really know about their future? Students talked about their future including careers they want...

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