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DECA Dominates at Nationals

DECA Dominates at Nationals

Maci Martin, Reporter May 3, 2022

DECA is by far one of the most popular clubs held at Wakeland and it never seems to disappoint.  DECA is a club where people can compete in many different competitions that relate back to marketing,...

Sharing a Message - Keegan Frasier gives a message about love, dating, and  loving
 others on Feb. 15.

Jesus Club: Small Yet Impactful

Reese Parker, Reporter March 15, 2022

For the past few months a club dedicated to sharing the Christian faith and teaching about who Christ is, has been meeting at Wakeland every Tuesday.  Although a small club, the Jesus Club is a part...

Virtually Succeeding - Because of the icy weather, seniors Kara Reardon, Maggie Shaw, and Kate Gable virtually present their project, Seminars for Success, for DECA. “The judging is different because everybody looks the same on the screen. It’s more about who can use technology best rather than who has the best presenting skills,” Gable said. The girls will be advancing to Nationals in the Business Solutions Project Event.

DECA Takes on State

Paris Bashlor, Editor-in-Chief March 4, 2022

On Mon., Feb. 28, Wakeland DECA competed in state virtually after being unable to travel to Houston, Tx due to icy conditions.  “Because of the icy weather, we were unfortunately unable to travel...

Student Spotlight: Jorge Zafrilla

Student Spotlight: Jorge Zafrilla

Anoushka Vaidya, Reporter February 17, 2022

Finding himself and experiencing new things are a few of the reasons why Jorge Zafrilla decided to join the Foreign Exchange Program and leave his home of Madrid and spend a year in the United States. He...

Protect The Land - Wash Your Hands

Protect The ‘Land – Wash Your Hands

Alex Cochran, Reporter December 13, 2021

‘Twas the week before winter break and all through the school, noses are running and people are not feeling well. That’s right, it is flu season.  Covid-19 has been the virus on people’s minds...

Get into the Spirit!

Get into the Spirit!

Paris Bashlor, Editor-In-Chief December 10, 2021

With winter break right around the corner, Wakeland High School is getting ready to celebrate the holidays with themed dress up days. On Monday, Dec. 13, the theme is Pajama Day! Show up to school wearing...

Strikes for School

Strikes for School

Josh McDaniel, Reporter December 8, 2021

It’ll be a perfect game of fun and friends for those who join the Wakeland bowling club. The club gives students who enjoy bowling the opportunity to compete and be a part of a team.  This year is the...

Thomas takes on state...times two

Thomas takes on state…times two

Maci Martin, Reporter November 16, 2021

Going to a state competition is a great accomplishment for a team or individual. Now imagine going to two state competitions in the same week.  Junior Emma Thomas attended state for band and cross...

Put the Pep in the Pep Rallies

Put the Pep in the Pep Rallies

Maci Martin, Reporter October 27, 2021

Pep rallies are a contributor to school spirit. They are meant to get the school community hyped up for the big football game that night.  But this year, pep rallies have looked a little different. Last...

Preparing to Compete! - Through hard work, Wakeland Band has been able to prepare for their competition season. Competition season is the best! Its a lot of hard work and really long days, but the feeling of accomplishment at the end of the show is definitely worth it! Thomas said. This Sat., the band will be performing and competing in the UIL Region Marching Contest at 10:30 a.m..

Battle of the Bands

Ashley Deckert and Paris Bashlor, Editors-in-Chief October 15, 2021

As the season goes on, Wakeland Band has been preparing for upcoming competitions. The band starts preparing for competitions in mid-July during band camp.  “The time leading up to competition is...

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