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Skyline Skiers, Snowboarders Slide the Slopes

Skyline Skiers, Snowboarders Slide the Slopes

Emili Currey and Kate Santoyo

January 30, 2020

The ground is gone, replaced with fresh snow. As your body begins to fly, the world stops. As you are about to land the jump, your mind is blank for a few seconds. Right before the snowboard hits the ground, your heart begins to drop, unsure if you'll make it, but here you are flying. The world slowl...

Antony Morales

Antony Morales

Jasmin Camacho

January 30, 2020

A natural born entrepreneur, Antony Morales (11) dreams of owning his own t-shirt business someday. In fact, most of his free time is spent designing t-shirts. He has his own brand called Litho. Morales gets his inspiration from his friends online. He doesn’t sell them yet, but he’s working on in...

Holiday Pet Peeves

Anthony Acevedo

December 18, 2019

Getting to hangout with relatives that you rarely see, eating a delicious meal together as a family, doing classic family traditions, being bombarded with questions about your life, dealing with the annoying screaming little relatives: the holidays are a perfect time to be with family. Well, almost perfec...

Drama Takes a Break From the Stage

Drama Takes a Break From the Stage

Emili Currey, Reporter

December 18, 2019

There were lights, there were cameras, and there was definitely action. At the end of the last trimester, the Drama club skipped out on finals and flew to the drama capital of the world: New York City. For many, this trip was their first step into music and play bills.  The minute we stepped off the plane, it was ...

The holidays around the world

Jason Coronado, Reporter

December 18, 2019

Around the world there are different types of Christmas traditions. WSS interviewed our foreign exchange students to learn about their Christmas traditions in their home countries.        Yuta Moroi (11) is from Japan. He reported that Christmas back home for him is the ...

Corbyn Stosich: Academic, Athletic, Argumentative

Corbyn Stosich: Academic, Athletic, Argumentative

Erica Mena

November 22, 2019

“Accomplished” is another word that could be used to describe Corbyn Stosich (12). Last year, she competed in Big Questions for debate in Houston, Texas, at the National Debate Tournament. This year, she competed in the state playoffs for girls soccer. And currently, she is a Semi-Finalist in the Nationa...

Jocelyn Jones: On Being Almost Famous

November 22, 2019

Locally famous, but named Almost Famous: a teenage band with the potential and charisma for stardom. Country, rock, and a little bit of pop is the perfect way to describe the band’s unique sound.  For about the past year, Jocelyn Jones (11) has been one of the two lead singers of the band, along wi...

Home-bound Story

Abi Clifford, Writer/Reporter

November 22, 2019

By Abi Clifford  As we approach flu season, many teachers start to stock up on disinfecting wipes and tissues. Children miss days upon days, but when the flu season is gone, life continues on normally. For many kids though, it doesn’t stop there. One thing that people don’t consider is the fa...

Diamond Garcia

Diamond Garcia

Lesley Moreno, Reporter

November 20, 2019

Diamond Garcia (10) is a sophomore who suffers from epilepsy. As if that weren’t enough, he also has preferable vision in his left eye and only a little in his right eye. What that means is he can only see a tiny slit of vision, so his assignments must be transcribed into braille or printed in a large fon...

Skateboarding

Skateboarding

Kenadie Goodson

November 20, 2019

There are risks of getting hurt in every sport, but overall sports are allowed and encouraged thanks to the physical health benefits, team spirit and leadership skills acquired. However, not all sports are treated equally. Some students have gained finesse and confidence through skateboarding, yet it i...

Chase Eastmond

Chase Eastmond

TayLee Sanders, Reporter/Writer

November 19, 2019

Considerate, funny and kind, Chase Eastmond (9) moved to Idaho Falls from Seattle, Washington. For a while he had to move from Idaho Falls to Napa, but then he came back to Idaho Falls again. His friends say he is a good friend, a fun person, and a unique individual.  Eastmond’s dad now works for th...

El Príncipe De La Canción Muere a 71

Beatriz Ramirez

October 23, 2019

José José, "El Príncipe de la Canción", el autor de más de éxitos como "El Triste" o "Almohada", falleció el 28 de Septiembre, en un hospital de Miami. "Con el corazón roto y un dolor indescriptible les confirmo el paso de Don José José al llamado de nuestro señor Jesucristo. Les agrade...

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