The Paw Print

How the people at West have helped me through the years

Carlie Krzeminski, Staff Reporter

May 16, 2018

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I knew walking into those doors the first day it would change my life in ways I wasn’t ready for. Nervous and scared to get lost going to my first class, I was the last one to class and sat right in the back where no one could ...

Top 10 Slang Words Of The Week

Amaya Michelon, Staff Reporter

May 10, 2018

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Our top 10 slang words of the week provided by urbandictionary.com One upper- someone who responds to hearing another’s story by telling a similar story that sounds more interesting Shook- Incredibly shocked or surp...

What NOT to do at the end of the school year

Grace Hensley, Staff Reporter

May 4, 2018

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Don’t slack off on all of your work. Yes, I get it, it’s the end of the year.  You have no motivation to do your work. But hey, think about it this way, you’d rather finish the last couple weeks on a slightly strong...

How to (probably) ace an interview

Grace Hensley, Staff Reporter

April 27, 2018

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We are all at the age where we are beginning to get our first jobs, quit our jobs, and get new jobs.  Here’s a list on how to successfully interview for a job.       1. Be yourself.  You might as well be yourself from ...

What class and grade would you teach, why?

Autumn Johnston, Staff Reporter

April 19, 2018

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Question asked to the social studies teachers:  If you could teach any class what would it be why and what age group? Teachers sometimes regret the classes they chose to teach therefore it is interesting to see what class...

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