Wildcat Press Xpress

.screen-shot-2016-09-26-at-1-01-00-pm picture1

Wave of New Teachers

September 26, 2016

A Couple of New Faces in the Middle School

Chase M., Staff Writer

September 23, 2016

Filed under Classrooms/School

As new sixth graders walk into the middle school on the first day of school they are probably very nervous. But every year we have new teachers that nervously walk the halls, too, on the day one. Two of those new faces ar...

New Grade Chairs

September 23, 2016

Filed under Classrooms/School, News

The New Grade Chairs By Jayson L. Two pivotal people left the school last year--Mr. Russell Wrenn and Mr. Scotty Jones. Because of the many connections these two had with students, they will be sorely missed. When people leave, though, new spaces...

The Secret Life of Teachers

Sara L.

September 22, 2016

Filed under Classrooms/School

Ever think about what teachers do outside of school? What do they do during their free time? Have you ever run into your teacher at the grocery store or the mall? Many people don’t usually think of seeing teachers outside school,...

The Story Behind The Seal

Selle J.

September 21, 2016

Filed under Classrooms/School

The Westminster Seal is known all around Atlanta as the school’s symbol. While most everyone knows what the seal is, it’s purpose and backstory aren’t known as well. Who better to talk with to find out more than Mr. Scoot...

What’s Cooking in the Upcoming Science Fair

Andrew M., Staff Writer

September 20, 2016

Filed under Classrooms/School

Have you ever seen a potato-powered clock at school? On November 29, the eighth grade science fair projects will be on display for the whole school to see. Science Fair is the two-month long project every eighth grader participates in during Science Class. Eighth grade...

New Guidance Counselor

September 20, 2016

Filed under Classrooms/School

    Photo Courtesy of Ms. Zomalt A person’s childhood and life experiences shape who they become.Maybe they were an only child so they became independent or they had many siblings and loved being involved and energetic. Ever wondered what someone’s background is? What made them who they are? Recently Westminster grabbed ahold of a new middle school counselor, Saundria Zomalt. She has a background that makes her a person anyone would be honored to be around. T...

The New Start of The School Year

Max F., Staff Writer

September 16, 2016

Filed under Classrooms/School

This year the start of school was a little different. On the second day boys and girls split up in their homerooms and went on a field trip with the rest of their grade. Sixth graders went geocaching, seventh graders went hiking...

Recommended Homework Policy

By Charlotte F., Writer

September 8, 2016

Filed under Classrooms/School

One of the most challenging parts of Westminster is the amount of work students receive. For some students it is simple to manage, but for others it is a tremendous challenge. As most students and teachers do not know, there is a recom...

The news site of The Westminster Schools
Classrooms/School