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The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

The Observer

Clara Young

Clara Young, Copy Editor

Clara Young is a WCHS senior and the Copy Editor for The Observer. This is her third year taking journalism. During her free time away from The Observer, Clara is usually at her soccer practice or reading a book. She loves spending time with her friends and watching horror movies.

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Ms. Emmalee Kenny proudly holds up her Teacher of the Month sign.

Teacher of the month: Emmalee Kenny

By Clara Young, Copy Editor
December 15, 2023
WCHS students Laura Jablonover (left) and Kaylee Tasin (right) stand next to the Project Happy Feet donation box in WCHS. This donation box is near the main office and accepts shoes along with other sports equipment.

WCHS club steps towards sports equity

By Clara Young, Copy Editor
October 18, 2023
MCPS wants to apply new security protocols to fight the growing drug problem in schools. WCHS restrooms are currently unmonitored. However, with five schools being randomly selected, WCHS may soon see vape detectors installed in the bathroom entrances.

MCPS attempts to smoke out potential vape users

By Clara Young, Assistant News Editor
May 15, 2023
The three bronze ritual wine pouring vessels will be featured at the new exhibition at the National Museum of Asian Art. The exhibition, Anyang: Chinas Ancient City of Kings, is debuting on February 25, 2023 and will display works from Anyang, the captal city of the influential Shang dynasty.

Ancient bronze exhibit deserves a gold star

By Clara Young, Assistant News Editor
March 30, 2023
With Valentines Day comes ingenuine gifts, disappointments, and loneliness. The unrealistic balloon of love it claims to be is quickly popped with the realization of its materialistic qualities and stress-induction.

Valentine’s Day is now a mockery of true love

By Clara Young, Assistant News Editor
March 26, 2023
Students crowd the WCHS cafeteria on the morning of September 29, 2022 to buy and eat breakfast.

Limited lunch options leave students hungry for more

By Clara Young, Assistant News Editor
October 20, 2022
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