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Teaching a new sign to a student, Ms. Wahnschaffe demonstrates with her hands and explains it to them. ASL one was taking a practice test in preparation for a real one in the future.

Ms. Wahnschaffe Brings ASL and Her Love of Teaching to Walnut Grove

June Horton, Copy Editor December 11, 2023

A new student enters Room 2224 for their first American Sign Language (ASL) lesson. The nervousness of learning a new language seeps through the entire classroom, but instead of a stern teacher making...

Lights flash around the school arena. Sophomore Myla Ray completes a standing full, she high-fives cheer coach Destine Grobe in celebration.

Head cheer coach starts the program at Walnut Grove

Myla Ray, Photojournalist November 8, 2023

Students file into the arena as the Walnut Grove cheerleaders warm up their skills. Destine’ Grobe, Walnut Grove’s head cheer coach, watches before the black out pep rally begins.    Coach...

While playing at home on the Wild Cat tennis courts, Walnut Grove tennis’s No.1, Blake Anderson, wins another successful match for his team. Playing a rivaling school, Blake did not fall to the pressure on the court. “I feel as if pressure is a privilege because not everyone has that feeling. I think it is a good thing to be pressured sometimes because if there is none youre obviously not succeeding.”

Game, Set, Match: A closer look into Walnut Grove Tennis’s No.1

Kenna Thornton, Photo Journalist November 6, 2023

 With the final sound of the ball hitting the racket with a resonating smack, junior Blake Anderson has finished out the tennis fall season winning every match he played. Full of motivation and drive...

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