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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...

Engaging the Left and Right Brain Through Music

Engaging the Left and Right Brain Through Music

Noah Mack, WIN-TV Reporter

October 3, 2018


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The sound of children’s excitement and the overlapping of melodic pianos playing filled the halls of Carroll Elementary. A new opportunity for these young minds is established within the walls of this school. On September 18th, Carroll Elementary officially opened the doors to their brand new pian...

Welcome Back Jackson

Welcome Back Jackson

Madison Burke, WIN-TV Reporter

September 6, 2018


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A banner hung from the main stairwell at Wakeland High School. Big blue letters and well wishes from friends welcomed Jackson Hill back to school. The chances that he would ever play again were slim after he fractured his head into seven pieces. “I dove and tried to stop because I was going into the ba...

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