WBHS will host state debate tourney for fourth consecutive year
By Caitlin Marsch, Current Staff
Days before the state debate tournament, coach Doris Sexton was deliberating with custodians rather than her speakers.
Starting Saturday, the West Bend High Schools will host the Wisconsin State Debate Tournament. Around 300 high school students from all over Wisconsin will come to West Bend for two days of competition. For those who host the tournament, it’s a lot more than just a weekend competition. Much work and preparation goes into hosting this tournament, and everybody, from coaches to custodians, gets involved. Continue reading
New custodial policy upset some teachers
By Holly Williams, Current Staff
This year, teachers returned from spring break to find that their classrooms had been raided: some of their usual garbage cans were missing. Surprisingly, this was not the result of a prank. Continue reading
The men’s restroom near the East social studies hallway has recently been the scene of several mysterious scatalogical crimes.
By Mike Smale, Current Staff
School bathrooms have always been scary to germ-fearing students. However, school bathrooms in the last month have not only gotten grosser, but also weirder. Continue reading
Kim Barrett, English teacher, wipes the student desks in her classroom.
By Natalie Wanasek, Current Staff
It’s not unusual for English teacher Kim Barrett to finish the school day by reaching for a surface cleaner. In fact, Barrett provides sanitizer and Clorox wipes for her students to use if they should find the need to clean off their desk.
“It seems like the desks haven’t been cleaned much at all this year. I know they have, it’s just very sporadic,” said Barrett. Continue reading