by Eikaiva Boyer The Walkersville community lost a beautiful soul on September 3rd, 2017. A Walkersville student, Jagger Lawon was taken at 16 years of age, and passed away due to a tragic accident.
by Eikaiva Boyer Every month Walkersville High School’s different clubs and groups participate in fundraisers to raise money for field trips, materials they need, and so forth. In the month of November, WHS Band,
by Eikaiva Boyer With the month of October coming to an end, some well favored movies and television shows are leaving, but that means new arrivals are coming to Netflix that students and staff
by Eikaiva Boyer It seems as though the month of October has flown by, and it’s slowly leaving us with it being the last week of the month, and with it goes some favorite
by Eikaiva Boyer President of the Board of Education Brad Young is in Walkersville High School today picking up trash from lunch shifts, cleaning up the cafeteria, and serving lunch to our students. Young
by Eikaiva Boyer After the role out of the new One to One program, students are excited to possess their own laptop, and teachers are excited to start using more technology in the classroom.
by Eikaiva Boyer photo by Tracey Kibler Senior Sam Driscoll has made Walkersville history. Driscoll scored a 6 under 66 in the County Championships on the golf course Clustered Spires. Driscoll was under the
by Eikaiva Boyer During the month of October, Walkersville High School we be hosting a handful of fundraisers. Below is a list of Fundraisers with a contact in the school building as well. Band
by Eikaiva Boyer Your daily life is chaotic, if you’re a parent, teacher, or student. Most people’s lives are chaotic, which means that you probably aren’t making the best of choices at times or