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Kick Off Homecoming Week with Color 5K

AURORA – Warriors will be on the run to start Homecoming Week on Sunday, October 1 at 10:00 a.m. at Waubonsie Valley High School. The Warriors on the Run 5K is a neon color run that enables participants to walk or run the 3.1 mile course. The cost is $25 per participant, that includes a […]

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Add a Little Color to Your Run

AURORA – Join the Waubonsie Valley Athletic Booster Club’s Warriors on the Run 5K on Sunday, October 2 at 10:00 a.m. at Waubonsie Valley High School. Participants are welcome to walk, jog or run the 5-kilometer course that goes around Waubonsie Lake and through the WVHS campus. The event has food, music, raffles and more. […]

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Motivational Speakers Visit Waubonsie

Prepare yourself for the motivating messages of Movement ONE. Join us for the message of motivation. Way of the Warrior’s 2nd Annual Movement ONE will be on Thursday, April 21, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m., in Waubonsie Valley’s LMC. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m., and addmission is free. Movement ONE is a keynote event focused […]

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Continue the Dream

Nikki Giovanni to speak on MLK day in Aurora by De’Asia Sutgrey, The Voice The City of Aurora along with the African-American Heritage Advisory Board and Aurora’s MLK planning committee will host the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration. This event will take place at East Aurora High School on Monday, January 18, 2016, at […]

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This is Highly Recommended

How to improve your teacher recommendation letter experience by Sierra Raheem, The Voice As the last year of school approaches for the Class of 2016, it is now time to prepare for college applications. One aspect to prepare for is the teacher’s recommendation letters. Letters of recommendation can be a great assistance to help give […]

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How to cure summer bummer

Productive things to do in your time off by Alec Nass, The Voice As we all know, the seniors have left and now summer seems just within our reach. We love to fantasize about what we want to do over the summer, but when it finally comes we end up sitting around all day. There is so […]

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Always a Warrior

Retirees Part 1: Ms. Whitaker by De’Asia Sutgrey, The Voice Lorie Whitaker, better known as Ms. Whit, is one of the retirees this year at Waubonsie Valley. Ms. Whitaker is a psychology teacher and has been teaching at Waubonsie Valley for twenty-seven years. The Voice interviewed Ms. Whitaker about her retirement. The Voice: What was your […]

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A positive force

Mr. Higgins brings a new spark to the Science Department By Anna Keeperman, The Voice This year The Voice wanted the students of Waubonsie to get to know their peers and teachers better. With new students entering and old students leaving, as well as teachers coming and going we wanted to take a chance and sit down […]

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Please copy right

Knowing the rules could save you from dire consequences by Susan Back, the Voice The point of copyright is to avoid being sued. Copyright is established the moment a work is created in a fixed, tangible form as property of the author who created it, whether it be written works, art works, or photographs. Reproduction […]

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