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Frisco Wakeland FFA Chapter- Invitational CDE Results

Frisco Wakeland FFA Chapter- Invitational CDE Results

March 29, 2019


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Frisco Wakeland FFA Chapter- Invitational CDE Results Plano West FFA Career Development Event Plano, Texas Monday, March 25, 2019 Milk Quality CDE Frisco Wakeland FFA 1st Place Team Bailey Lawlor Frisco Wakeland 1st Place Individual Claire Huff Frisco Wakeland 3rd Place Individual ...

Good For Otto

Good For Otto

Riley Chester and Lily Adams

March 19, 2019


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Wakeland Theatre students competed in the UIL One Act Play Competition on March 1st. The company put together a show called “Good For Otto”, which is set in a mental health clinic in Connecticut. Leah Zalenski, a Wakeland theatre junior, explains that the production backs into “realism and we’...

ANGST: A New Film About Anxiety

ANGST: A New Film About Anxiety

Christine Bergmann and Rebecca Green, WIN-TV Reporters

February 25, 2019


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Anxiety is a constant state of fear and emotional stress that significantly impacts an individual's everyday life. On Wednesday February 13th, Wakeland High School students gathered in the auditorium to learn more about anxiety. Wakeland PTSA along with PTA’s from Cobb MS and Griffin MS hosted the short film Angst...

In School SAT Day

In School SAT Day

Emma Rasmussen and Aidan Yukica, WIN-TV Reporters

February 22, 2019


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From energy drinks to last minute cramming, everybody has their own unique ways for studying for the SATs. As the clock ticks closer to college and scholarship deadlines, numerous individuals are taking the opportunity to take the SAT during the school day. For the second year in a row, Wakeland is host...

Brand New Set of Strings

Brand New Set of Strings

Andy Gross, Jeremiah Dixon and Rhiannon Klodowski, WIN-TV Reporters

February 21, 2019


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A brand new set of strings is coming to Wakeland, and it’s bringing major changes to our orchestra class. Next year, the Orchestra program will allow students to take a new class, Orchestra Ensemble, which will serve as the double blocking option. Students who take this class on top of the regular ...

Public Service Announcement About Student Parking on Campus

Public Service Announcement About Student Parking on Campus

Emma Bass, Skye Ford and Brighton Short, WIN-TV Reporters

February 12, 2019


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As the spring semester begins, Wakeland students are required to purchase a parking pass in order to maintain their parking privileges on campus. Although it may seem like a nuisance to the student body, it’s purpose is predominantly to sustain a safe school. Parking passes allow Wakeland to keep t...

Is A Resolution in Sight?

Is A Resolution in Sight?

Aaron Wemhoff and Madison Burke, WIN-TV Reporters

January 24, 2019


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Since December 22, the government has been partially shut down over a dispute on funding for the U.S-Mexico border wall. Both the Republicans and Democrats are currently at a standstill. For Democrats, the shutdown is about Republican misgovernment and the GOP’s refusal to bargain in good faith over s...

Front Door of Wakeland High School Shattered by Act of Vandalism

Front Door of Wakeland High School Shattered by Act of Vandalism

Skye Ford, WIN-TV Reporter

January 23, 2019


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Once there was glass, now there is particle board. If you have entered through the front doors at Wakeland High School, chances are you were greeted with a panel of brown particle board placed there to protect the door that was once filled with glass. This, however, was not a new style trend or a desi...

Flu Season is Approching

Flu Season is Approching

Jack Gingrich, WIN-TV Reporter

November 2, 2018


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Attention all Wakeland students, flu season is coming up rapidly! So here’s what you can do to stay safe. Nurse Brown recommends that you wash your hands, exercise regularly to build a healthy immune system and make sure to avoid your friends that are sick. Remember even the most basic hygiene can...

Making it Easier to Be Heard

Making it Easier to Be Heard

Nicholas Rejda and Lauren Hogue, WIN-TV Reporters

October 3, 2018


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Bullying and abuse are prevalent topics in high schools across the nation, as many students struggle each year to cope with the effects of harassment. Frisco Independent School District is taking a unique approach to ending this epidemic through the implementation of the STOPit App. The STOPit app give...

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