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Paul Murphy Wins Ray Eliot Award

Waubonsie Valley football coach Paul Murphy was presented with the Ray Eliot Award for meritorious service. The award is handed out by the Illinois High School Association and the Coaches Hall of Fame. In 24 years of coaching, Murphy has won over 150 games, 58 of which were won as coach of the Warriors. Murphy […]

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Tom and Eddie’s Burger Challenge

by Wesley Reiter, special to the Beat On Wednesday April 23, students in Marketing classes are selling their burgers at Tom and Eddie’s from 4:00- 9:00 pm. This ends a project where students had to design a burger after adding up the costs involved and marketing it around the school in the form of flyers, […]

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WV Fine Arts Presents “In the Heights”

Waubonsie Valley Fine Arts is presenting the musical “In the Heights”, May 1-3, in the WV Auditorium. Tickets are on sale now, and may be purchased online or at the WVHS Reception Desk. “In the Heights” is a Tony Award-winning musical about life in Washington Heights, a tight-knit community in New York City. For more […]

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Girls Bowling Honored at School Assembly

Waubonsie Valley held a recognition ceremony on Monday to celebrate the accomplishments of some winter sports, specifically the IHSA championship brought home by girls bowling. Student-athletes were individually announced to the applause of the student body, who were in attendance. “It’s pretty exciting and it’s awesome being a part of school history,” said senior and […]

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Moving Forward

Black History Month inspires the next generation By Natalie Stewart, The Voice Starting as one week of observance, black history recognition in this country has evolved as the years have gone by. Since 1986 the month of February has been recognized as national black history month commemorating members of the African-American community who have contributed […]

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Winter is coming

by Kevin Canfield, The Voice The Voice recently attended Waubonsie Valley’s Winter Guard Showcase “Winter is coming.” Winter guard incorporates a variety of techniques involving a display of flag and gun twirling whilst there can be a group of dancers doing a floor routine. The timing required is near perfection and allows for no mistakes. […]

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D204 Students Participate in Republican Governor Debate on WTTW

Students from Waubonsie Valley and Metea Valley participated in a live debate for candidates for Republican Illinois governor on Sunday night. The debate aired on WTTW’s Chicago Tonight. The one-hour forum gave students the opportunity to meet the candidates and ask questions about their views on certain topics, ranging from the legalization of marijuana to […]

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A spectrum of Music

WVHS presents Prism Concert by Rushil Shukla, Featured Writer to the Beat This winter, Waubonsie Valley is gearing up to host its 22nd annual Prism Concert Series. The concerts give students from band, choir, and orchestra a chance to showcase their unique musical talents and abilities, and are a great way to get into the […]

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