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‘Tis the Season for Service

Local students lend a hand at Enchantment in the Park

By Dakota Gunnare, Current Staff

Visitors to Enchantment in the Park last week were greeted by the smiling and slightly chilly faces of the West Bend West High School boys soccer team.

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Heading to the Big Dance

By Sarah Schmidt, Current Staff

Despite many obstacles, the varsity dance teams for West Bend East and West High have earned trips to a state competition.

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WBHS Athletic Directors are Pioneers

By Samantha Dietel, Editor in Chief

The West Bend High Schools are home to two of Wisconsin’s few female athletic directors.

Erin Felber and Molly Hengst have both recently joined WBHS to head the athletic programs. Felber took on the role of West athletic director at the start of the school year, while Hengst began serving as East High’s interim athletic director in December. The two women have entered positions that are typically held by men in Wisconsin. Continue reading

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Kick Off the Sunday Shoes

Charity Ball

By Holly Williams, Current Staff

Attendance at the Charity Ball dance was down this year, with around 450 tickets sold instead of a usual 700.  This significant drop in attendance may have come, in part, as a result of new school dance rules. Continue reading

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Homecoming in Candyland

By: Dakota Mickel

This year’s Homecoming dance was held on September 29th.  This year’s theme came from children’s board game, Candyland.  There was dancing, music, and you can’t forget sugar.  When you first walked into the gym, you were met by a green carpet with giant lollipops; you could feel the music through the floor.  This year’s Homecoming was a blast; it was as if you could feel the positive energy coming from everybody having a great time.  The music was fun and energetic; friends were dancing with friends, not caring what was going on around them, just having a good time.  If you got tired of dancing, you could always go hang out in the cafeteria where there was candy and sugar for all.  Almost every time I was in there, there was a huge line to get something, but there was plenty to go around.  My only suggestion for future dances would be to play more slow songs; there were not enough of them. Overall, Homecoming was a huge success!

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