Layla McGinnis, Julia Evertsy, Eli Cole, McKenzie Newlan, and Ali Boyd.
Evan Lamblin, _______________ , Audrey Statton, Ally McNeil, Caitlin Russell, Hannah Dixon, Destiny Layne, and L.T. Maynard.
The 2016 Digital Tech Class works on the high school website and the digital newspaper daily.
Digital Technology members:
(Back row; left to right) Alanah Bashaw, Brandon Moore, Madison Williams, Blaine Weaver, MaKayla Cooper, Levi Gleim, and Bryan McCoy
(Front Row; Left to right) Emily Hatfield, Jacob Maple, Madison Cochran, Dalton Myers, Abigail Riley, and Madison Shepherd
Digital Technology Teachers: Mrs. Wilkinson and Mrs. Copley
Mr. Eric Nichols, Special Education Director and Mr. Jeff Stricklett, Superintendent, among other administrators, address the faculty and staff of Washington-Nile Local School District on opening day before the students arrive tomorrow, August 24th. Discussions included new hires and staff changes, exciting new policies and a positive outlook to a new school year. We can't wait to see our students!
Courtney Adams, Addison Adkins, George Adkins, Hayley Ayers, Wesley Bailey, Adam Baker, Tiffany Ball, Dennis Bays, Jody Berry, John Berry, Christian Blankenship, Emma Blevins, Jeremy Blount, Nathaniel Bragdon, Jeri Dawn Bressler, Mason Bridwell, Kelsie Callihan, Chance Caruso, Christopher Chambers, Terry Coe, Drake Conrad, Brooklyn Cooper, James Copas, Brenton Crabtree, Shannon Ray Crisp, Jr., Sierra Culver, Jilliyn Cunningham.
Molly Daniel, Joshua Davis, Lexi Dials, Madisyn Dillow, Madison Dryden, Gabrielle Dunn, Anna Durant, Jabez Durham, Aaron Dyer, Morgan Essman, Brandon Evans, Seth Ewing, Jacob Farris, Mark Ferguson, Cody Finley, Dakota Fisher, Stephanie Fitzgerald, Samantha Foster, Nicholas Frasure, Bricen Frye, Jamie Fuller, Jacob Guerrero, Miranda Guilkey, Emily Hannah, Jordan Hileman, Brian Holsinger, Joey Holsinger, Nathanial Hoover, Keeli Hopkins, Drew Howard, Tyler Howard, Erika Howell, Austin Hurley.
Baylee Jenkins, Shelby Jordan, Austin Kammer, Samuel Kegley, Karli Kozee, Nathan Kraft, Landon Lozier, Tyler Maple, Madison Marasek, Charles Matney, Sandra Matthews, Hannah Mayberry, Kyle McKenzie, Madison McLaughlin, Brandon Meadows, Hannah Miller, Grace Moore, Jacklynn Murphy, Braedon Oliver, Austin Opperman, Brice Osborne, Kassidy Parr, Dylan Perry, Casandra Pickard, Haleigh Pollard.
Macayla Reeder, Braden Reynolds, Hannah Richards, Makenna Rister, Dreama Ruggles, Adrienne Sadler, Deanna Shepherd, Maddison Walk, Zachariah Smith, Steven Stanley, Brittany Stapleton, Chelsea Stapleton, Albert Swords, Jr., Christopher Swords, Job Swords, Alysa Vulgamore, Sara Ward, Bethany White, Andy Zapf, Kenzie Zaph.
Congratulations Portsmouth West 2016 Graduates!
Ms. Bloomer’s Spanish III class were instructed to design and create their own piñatas. The piñatas represents the seven points symbolizing the deadly seven sins; envy, sloth, gluttony, greed, lust, anger/wrath, and pride. The seven points also symbolize the sins that came from breaking the ten commandments. The students are making and designing their piñatas, as well as filling them with their candy of choice. Then they will break the piñatas with a stick. The stick represents and symbolizes love.
Ojo de Dios
Ms. Bloomer’s Spanish II classes designed and created Ojo de Dios or “God’s eye”. The Ojo de Dios uses a diamond-shaped weaving and looks like the eye of God. As a gift, it symbolizes good wishes from one person to another. The God’s Eye originated in Peru about 300 B.C. Indians of Mexico’s Sierra Madre region are likely to use these on a daily basis. The students used Popsicle sticks, placed horizontally and vertically, and glued them together, then wove the sticks with yarn and added beads. The finished products are decorating the Spanish classroom and other classes will be voting on which design they feel is best based on given criteria.
Article and Photos by Madison Shepherd and Bryce Cassidy
Jenny Richards, Naturalist, spent the day with PWHS Biology students on a hike to the lower parts of Raven Rock and the Ohio River. We discussed many plants, wildlife, and habitats during the adventure. Some students even touched a brown snake!
Photos by Seth Miller and Ethan Brown
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