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AP Week Can Be a Headache, Literally

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By Beth Williams, Current Staff

Adam Gergetz knows how illness often comes at the worst time.

The East junior became extremely sick during “AP Week,” the two-week period in May when all Advanced Placement exams are offered to students.  The tests are high stakes and not easily rescheduled. Continue reading

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Advanced Placement Students Can No Longer Exempt Semester Exams

Changes in state policy mean changes for AP semester finals

By Alyssa Birkeland, Current Staff

With exam exemption policies changing year to year, many Advanced Placement students and teachers are confused about this semester’s plans. Continue reading

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Survey: Coaches are Divided

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By Kayla Furlano, Current Staff

What do coaches think about merging East and West?

The WBHS athletic programs will experience major changes if the school board votes to combine the two high schools. The coaches of these teams have conflicting opinions about the potential reconfiguration, and a number of them were asked to express these opinions through a survey. Of the 24 coaches that were contacted for the survey, 16 responded. Continue reading

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