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The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

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The School Newspaper of Winston Churchill High School.

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Now more than ever, many teachers are feeling burnt out and ready to leave their jobs due lack of appreciation along with a variety of other issues they face.

Teachers are feeling tired and unvalued. And they’re leaving.

By Caroline Harless, Observations Editor May 26, 2022

National Teacher Appreciation Week, celebrated in the first full week of May every year, is a week for students to thank teachers for all the hard work they do. Some students may give gifts, make cards...

A WCHS student uses the Dunkin Donuts app to order food pickup. The Dunkin Donuts app allows students to order food safely during the pandemic.

Restaurant apps turn into a lifesaver during the pandemic

By Jasper Bernstein, Observations Editor November 12, 2020

In a world of increasing economic uncertainty, WCHS students look for savings and deals at every turn. However, some students may not realize that one of the best ways to save money is in their pocket:...

Dancing with the Stars celebrity competitor, Carole Baskin, arrives on set for a day of rehearsals wearing a mask. All celebrities are required to wear masks when they are not inside the studio alone.

“Dancing with the Stars” returns during the pandemic

By Rachel Mattison, Assistant Advertisement and Subscription Manage October 21, 2020

In a time where everyone is at home, the return of the popular dancing competition show, “Dancing With the Stars,” is a welcomed occasion to relieve boredom and bring back normalcy. Watching inexperienced...

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