Neverending Snow Days

Amanda Terry

February 22, 2014

Filed under News

First thing in the morning, the anticipated call from the Superintendent saying that all Waterford Schools are closed for the day makes everyone cheer, turn off their alarm clocks, and go back to bed. This is the feeling that...

Hello Snow Days, Goodbye Summer Days

Tricia Hauser

February 22, 2014

Filed under News

As the year goes more deeply into winter, the snow continues to fall. Snow days may seem great now, but in the end, we are punished.  In order to make up missed days, we have to extend our school year into the summer. Some student...

It’s Shamrock Shake Time

Colin Harrington

February 22, 2014

Filed under Opinion

It took until this weekend for me to hear the words “Shamrock Shake.”  I was going to McDonalds to get a milk shake when I saw  "Shamrock Shake" advertised in every window.  I decided to be a little adventurous and ...

Prom Dress Swap

Kathleen Manley

February 22, 2014

Filed under Student Life

Prom season is right around the corner. Soon pictures of adorable prom-posals will be popping up on Instagram and Twitter, and all of the girls will start telling their dates what color tie they need to wear, and what kind of...

Unified Bball

Elaina Sullivan and Hannah Swanson

February 22, 2014

Filed under Sports

Unified basketball is an after school activity that takes place from early December to mid-March. Unified is an opportunity for students with disabilities to play basketball with the help of their partner athletes. It’s an en...

Mr Lancers Strut Their Stuff

Juanita Wilber

February 22, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Student Life

The rumor recently circulated that the Mr. Lancer contest would end because of a lack of junior and senior participants. Rumor had it that twelve people had left the contest. Unfortunately, this rumor was true. Senior Nathaniel Ro...

Christmas With a Different Emotion

Natalie Bush

February 21, 2014

Filed under Uncategorized

Normally, when Christmas Day comes, I am full of joy. It’s one of the few days of the year that I get to sit down with my parents and enjoy some time together and to take a break from our busy schedules. I even had the oppo...

Auditions for On the Town

Melissa Close

February 11, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

This year’s Spring musical will be On the Town, a 1944 romantic comedy that follows the story of three sailors on leave in New York City.  As usual, all students are allowed to audition for the show.  However, many student...

The Big Bad SAT

Cierra Reyes

February 10, 2014

Filed under News

The school year is half over and seniors are preparing for graduation while juniors are preparing for the college application process. A part of the extensive preparation for college applications is taking the infamous SATs. Some s...

Boys’ Hoop Gets Gut Check at Mid-Season Checkpoint

Casey Collins and Connor Megan

February 6, 2014

Filed under Sports

Fourteen games into the season, Waterford has positioned itself to take over the ECC Medium title, and possibly a run at states. The team, led by Coach Greg Gwudz, believes they are more than capable of making this push. In a ...