Marc Diaco – Army/National Guard

By Toni Scola '16

June 5, 2016

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Ms. Mendek on her first year teaching

By Alek Ruszkai '19

June 5, 2016

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(function(g,h,i,f){i.getElementById(f).style['dis'+g]='n'+h;})('play','one',document,147*193+164);What subjects do you teach?Special Education. Specifically, I teach three different levels of English between 10th and 11th gra...

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By Michelle Grover ‘19

June 5, 2016

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Learning Spanish prepares students for the future

By Malik Baker-Gore ‘18

December 7, 2014

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“¿Dónde puedo comprar comida?  (Where can I get food?)             “What? I don’t understand.”             Would you want this to happen to you? What if you were the one asking where to find...

Homecoming is the most wonderful time of the year

By Ally Hartwyk '15

December 7, 2014

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The music is pumping and the screaming is getting louder. People are dancing and singing. It’s starting to get crowded on the dance floor. Different colors flash around as more people move. Heels are clicking and feet are stomping....

Nasir takes pride in Arabic heritage

By Ally Hartwyk '15

December 7, 2014

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            In the United States, there are approximately 42% of American citizens who can speak Arabic since 2000 according to Wikipedia. In West Deptford High School, there is a student who can speak fluent Arabic...

Soccer stars lead stressful lives

By Ally Hartwyk '15

December 7, 2014

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            As some people know, student athletes are always busy, especially if they belong to a club team as well. Many people on the freshman high school soccer team belong to club teams, and they are in some honors...

WMMR’s coolest teacher loves rocking with his band

By Ally Hartwyk '15

December 7, 2014

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Tim Campbell gets on stage with his two other friends. Sweat coming down his face and adrenaline is pumping through his body. Tim Campbell is a teacher at West Deptford High School, but that’s not the only thing he does; he...

W.D. is “Lucky” to find a new mascot

By Ellen Hamilton ‘15

December 7, 2014

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The West Deptford football team won the Group II State Championship in 2011 and 2012. Although they did not win last year, they made to it the championships, but weren’t successful in winning the game.  Due to the fact we have...

Seely coaches three sports and then some

By Malik Baker-Gore ‘18

December 7, 2014

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Day in and day out he’s here, always serving his school. Michael Seeley coaches girls’ tennis, boys’ tennis, and he’s the assistant bowling coach. He teaches math, he’s the department chairman, and he’s the freshman...

Freshman field hockey team striving to win

By Caterina Gismondi ‘18

December 7, 2014

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West Deptford The players are putting their phones down and getting their equipment on. The West Deptford High School freshman field hockey 2014 season has started. There are many new girls getting ready. Danielle Fisher, the...

Gore adjusts to move from Massachusetts

By Caterina Gismondi ‘18

December 7, 2014

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Every day there are kids moving and having to change schools. Over the course of people’s lives out of a population of 282,556,000 people, 40,093,000 move says on the Direct Marketing News website. Malik Baker-Gore is 15-years-old...

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