Winter break is called a “break” for a reason. Continue reading Teachers give homework over break, cause outrage
Fall sports have come to an end, and the cross country season is over. Now, runners are looking forward to the upcoming indoor track season. Continue reading XC team will run circles around competition
Over half of Americans have some kind of superstition that they believe in. Continue reading Jinxes spread fear
The girls were confident when they arrived at Poolesville High School on Oct. 2 to face the Falcons. Continue reading Seniors lead way in late-season field hockey win
Kirby Child commons editor After a two-game winning streak, the team felt confident and the girls were eager for their game against the Walter Johnson Wildcats on Sept. 20 at home. The Patriots kept the ball on their offensive half of the field for the majority of the first half, but were unable to execute a shot. “We had a lot of chances, but their … Continue reading Varsity Field Hockey: Squad looks strong after early-season tests
Problem: everyone at school is wearing those new trendy shoes, but you know your parents won’t buy them for you. Solution: get a job. Getting a job over the summer months is the perfect way to make money without the overwhelming workload of school and a job. Summer employment is ideal because according to childtrends.org, having a job during the school year can “interfere with … Continue reading Are summer jobs a beneficial experience?
Professional basketball player Michael Jordan played 15 seasons in the NBA, and his words describe Wootton’s sports program perfectly. Jordan said, “I can accept failure, but I can’t accept not trying.” Each of the school’s sports teams try their best to win and while they may not always get the outcome they wanted, they’re pleased with the work they’ve put in. “I hate losing [field … Continue reading Sports teams give their all; experience decrease in success