BY ASHLEY ALLWOOD This year due to new COVID regulations, Mrs. Ostings Special Education class could not do their Grizzly Grinds cart. The Grizzly Grinds cart was a coffee cart that the class would push around and sell coffee to … Continue reading Mrs. Osting’s class creates dog treats business
BY BRIANNA BECERRA The world has been anxiously awaiting the release of a COVID-19 vaccine, and the time has finally come. Though it has been covered extensively by national news sources, citizens of Medina County have been left wondering what … Continue reading COVID-19 vaccine comes to Wadsworth: what to know and where to get it
BY DYLAN HEPPERT Among the many troubles presented this holiday season, allowing children to see Santa Claus is one of them. Because seeing Santa Clause presents many problems to both young people and Santa alike, many places had to get … Continue reading Visits to Santa have changed during the pandemic
BY EMILY BRANDYBERRY, HAYLEE JOY AND CHLOE PORTER GRAPHICS BY ARI KASER AND ALEX MILLER As people all across the world counted down to the start of 2020 and the ball dropped in New York City, no one could have … Continue reading 2020: A year in review
BY BRIAN COOTE On December 14, Wadsworth’s Board of Education met to discuss a timeline for the return of students to Wadsworth High School. Based on current county COVID-19 conditions, K-8 students are planning to return to normal in-person school, … Continue reading If Wadsworth High goes to hybrid schedule, what does that mean?
BY KAYLA ROSS TikTok became the trendsetter for music and dances this year. The app is growing very quickly, and now has approximately 850 million users. Here is a recap of all the favorite trends from each month of 2020. … Continue reading TikTok recap of 2020
BY JANAE JOACHIM Autumn Reeves accepted the position of head coach of the Wadsworth High School swim team for the 2020-2021 season. Prior to this season, she was an assistant coach under head coach Allison Pallija. Following Pallija’s resignation, Reeves … Continue reading Autumn Reeves becomes head coach of Wadsworth swim team
BY ARI KASER Wadsworth High School head boy’s soccer coach John Johnson was one of five soccer coaches selected to receive the United Soccer Coaches Letter of Commendation, an award given out annually by the United Soccer Coaches Convention to … Continue reading Wadsworth soccer coach John Johnson receives national award
BY EMILY BRANDYBERRY What are my rights on-campus? First Amendment The first amendment of the United States Constitution states that “Congress shall make no law…abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press.” However, in the school setting, this right … Continue reading What rights do students have on and off campus?
BY ELISABETH GROMOFSKY GoGuardian Teacher is a new chromebook monitor that is being installed on all students’ chromebooks throughout the district and will be accessible for teachers to use in the upcoming weeks. For years, Wadsworth City Schools has had … Continue reading Wadsworth Schools installs new monitoring system onto student Chromebooks
BY KADE MIROS Wadsworth High School senior, Cara Griffin, runs her own business where she customizes reusable Starbucks cups and has been very successful. People from all around the world message her on Instagram, with what they would like on … Continue reading Wadsworth Student Runs Custom Starbucks Cup Business
BY JACKSON KERLEY Axel Mueller, a senior at Wadsworth High School, loves to take his hobby of taking photos to the sky while also flying planes. Mueller regularly combines his hobbies of flying and photography by doing air to air photography. His favorite story comes from a trip to Wyoming when he had a company approach him to take pictures for them. “It was quite an experience,” said Mueller. The company wanted Mueller and one of his friends to take pictures of them Hang Gliding so that they could use the photos for promotion. That was one of the only … Continue reading Axel Mueller flies into photography