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March Junior Student of the Month


The Junior Student of the Month for March was Maggie Hines. She was happy as well as shocked to find out she got Student of the Month, as she “wasn’t expecting it.” Maggie was nominated for Student of the Month by Ms. Lavallee, as well as Mr. Scarzella because she utilizes her Enrichment time well to “ask questions and get help from teachers.” Being chosen as Student of the Month shows Maggie how well she does in school, and that she can ask for help whenever she needs it. 

Maggie has grown throughout her time so far at the high school by becoming “a better student by managing [her] time” and balancing school with her life. Her goals in high school are to do well, so she can do well in the future. After high school, Maggie plans on going to college to get her medical degree. She is very invested in science, her favorite subject, as it peaks her interest the most out of all the other subjects. Her role model in her life is her mom because she is “always so happy.” Outside of her classes, Maggie is involved with the WHS Swim Team, Book Club, and the World Language Honor Society. Maggie’s advice for any student looking to be a future Student of the Month is to “try to ask for help when you need it. Don’t be afraid to ask questions.”

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Stella Lamson
Stella Lamson, Layout Editor
Stella Lamson is a Junior at WHS. This is her second year on the Publishing team, and she is a writer for the paper. She enjoys laying out the newspaper each month, making every page unique. She also loves to read and write, which is a great quality for the newspaper! Since she is taking this class for her second year she is familiar with the programs used, which is why she is this year's Layout Editor. She helps out with laying out the articles within the newspaper, and helping the other writers navigate InDesign! Outside of school, she has been dancing for 13 years outside of school and plans to keep going until she graduates. 

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