CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY
AT WEST HIGH
LIFE WITHOUT BLACK INVENTORS
students in February examined the importance of black inventors by
participating in skits to consider what life would be like without their
in the skit were: Tyra Bell, Jasmine Brown, Emily Zepeda, Samuel Rowel,
Jeana Kuriger, Tiara Gooch, Kurt Warren, Phillip Miller, Denzell Chambers,
Theodore Johnson, Zachary Haynes, and Gwen Cooper.
members were: Noah Augustyniak, Alyssa Benuska, Jordan Burton, Chante
Chatman, Shyanne Downer, Sierra Genslinger, Brianna Gregory, Tori Johnson,
Karina Lopez, Angelica Martinez, Michael Milinovich, Josue Morales, Colton
Nally, Joslyn Noel, Elias Ortiz, Karla Padilla, Alexis Perez, Omar Sosa,
Melanie Strausberger, LRon Suggs-Stewart, Joshua Thompson, Leah Turnquist,
and Unice Valencia.
African Dancers were: Gabriella Cleveland, Jessica Tucker, Lariah Brooks,
Dominique Coachman, Mary Handley, and Dymond Reeves.
Motown Dancers were: Lamarcus Hobbs, Homero Ortiz, Samuel Lloyd, Andre
Norman, Latrell English, and Shamarcus Rowel
Slide Dancers were: Chantia Chatman, Sade Baker, Ledora Mitchell, Riki Roop,
Mariah Olivarez, and Jamese Darden.
The crew members were: Wendy Griffin, Michelle Arrocena, Gwen Cooper, Nancy
Cecil, Jennifer Dupuis, Ileana Crawl, Veronica Radowicz, Rhonda Bauer,
Benjamin Cooper, Jennifer Suerth, Daniel Petrusich, and Melissa Krause.
170 WEST HIGH
STUDENTS BECOME MENTORS
Studies have shown that
having a mentor can be a life-changing experience for many children. In
October West High student volunteers were trained to provide helpful
guidance for younger students at middle and elementary schools and West
High. According to Amy Brown, the project coordinator, the volunteers are
placed at the following schools:
Jewel Middle School
Herget Middle School
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