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Choristers Sing the Sweet Sounds of Spring

Alexa L., Staff Writer

April 18, 2019

Filed under Fine Arts

From pop songs to hymns, to songs in foreign languages, the Westminster Middle School Chorus does it all. This year, the chorus has sung songs such as: Sanctus, This is Me, White Winter Hymnal, and Running Home to You in v...

Building Towards the Future: A Campus Master Plan Construction Update

Tyler H., Staff Writer

April 18, 2019

Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

Bulldozers, dumpsters, and learning cottages. Towards the end of this school year, these will be familiar sights as the Campus Master Plan construction begins. This journey for the Westminster Schools will span a 10-year period that...

Ouch!: Middler Schoolers Deal with Injuries

March 21, 2019

Filed under Student Life

With middle schoolers being active and participating in a wide variety of sports, students often get injured. A common resource is the middle school nurse located on the third floor, while other locations include the nurse's...

Shhh…The Movie’s Starting!

March 20, 2019

Filed under Pop Culture, Spotlight on...

Oh, the smell of popcorn. It’s always there when you’re going to the movies to see the latest blockbuster. This year over forty movies are set to hit theaters across the world, bringing large audiences. Many action mo...

The Middle School’s Favorite Music

Alexa L., Staff Writer

March 18, 2019

Filed under Pop Culture

Whether while doing homework or working out or on the way to and from school, most middle school students listen to music. In fact, some say it is a highlight. According to a recent survey of middle school students, where 18...

Spring Break: A Time to be Remembered

Quinton E., Staff Writer

March 18, 2019

Filed under Student Life

With Spring Break in the rearview mirror, many teachers and students had experiences and created memories that will last a lifetime. It seems most traveled. In a recent survey sent out to middle school students where 104 respon...

Painter Scott McIntyre Left his Mark on Clarkson Hall

Margaret R., Staff Writer

February 27, 2019

Filed under Fine Arts

There are many features in Clarkson Hall, including a chapel with a stained glass window, the Innovation Lab, and a kiln for firing ceramics. One of the most prominent is the mural in the arts and sciences commons. A muralist...

Lost and Found: Is it ever found?

Margot C., Staff Writer

February 27, 2019

Filed under Student Life

While traveling class to class, down to Turner, and to after-school sports, it is hard for middle schoolers to keep up with their belongings. Luckily, they can find some of these things at the lost and found, located on the first...

Locker Madness

Ireland M., Staff Writer

February 25, 2019

Filed under Student Life

Decorating lockers for students birthdays has been a Westminster tradition for a long time. This policy recently has been banned; however, some in the school are still doing it. Sixth grade girls Grade Chair Susan McMillan...

Recess: The Perfect Way to Blow Off Steam

Tyler H., Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

Filed under Student Life

In the Middle School, recess and fruit break are some of the most popular times of the day. It is an opportunity for students to blow off some steam in between classes, and it is a great break to get away from some of the stres...

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