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Student Club Takes Over Patty’s Closet

Service loans out formal clothing to students

By Caitlin Marsch, Current Staff

Thanks to the work of volunteers, students in need will be able to look sharp while attending Saturday’s prom and other school functions. Continue reading

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Which Makes Thee Startle: A Story of Mice and Men

WBHS takes steps to combat vermin after mice sightings

By Kaitlyn Von Behren and Gabrielle Diaz, Current Staff

The East Library has a new mascot: The Sun, a small mouse often seen scurrying for a crumb or in between book aisles.

Mice have been seen roaming the West Bend High Schools since early August, most commonly found in the West science area, the East Library and the Nifty Nibble, which is the student-run campus restaurant. The mice are sometimes dead and sometimes alive. The most recent sighting of mouse droppings was today in the West social studies area. Continue reading


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Say Yes to the Dress


Patty’s Closet makes affordable prom clothes available

By Hannah Johnson, Current Staff

Many high schoolers may be surprised to find that The Three R’s (reduce, reuse, and recycle) don’t only apply to the environment, but also prom dress shopping.

On April 30, Patty’s Closet started its annual prom attire sale before school and during lunch periods near the auditorium doors. These dresses and tuxes are donated by students and families for those who are looking for an affordable outfit for prom. The attire rents for $10 for the night and donations to Patty’s Closet are also accepted. The sale ends Monday, May 5, and prom is on May 17. Continue reading

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