The official student newspaper of GWUOHS

GW Chronicle of the Yawp

The official student newspaper of GWUOHS

GW Chronicle of the Yawp

The official student newspaper of GWUOHS

GW Chronicle of the Yawp

GWUOHS Events Newsletter: April 2023 Edition

Student Council News:   

  • Prepare to indulge in interactive school spirit and showcase your creative side! The Student Council is hosting spirit week from April 24 to April 27. Topics include spring break, pajamas, college, and more!

Club and Social News:

  • Our community returned to school rejuvenated and motivated on April 10 after a week-long Spring Break. Students used this convenient break to catch up on school work, travel, relax, or do something else exciting. 
  • Help us build a book that will be treasured forever! Please submit your yearbook photos to our TreeRing website. The deadline for submitting pictures has been extended to April 28, so use your time to leave a mark in this year’s memories. 
  • Take time to honor our shared mother and home! Join the Environmental Club on April 21 to celebrate Earth Day. 
  • Polish your world language skills, or perhaps simply take an opportunity to learn about a new culture. Join the world language Immersion Language to interact and converse with fellow students who are fluent in foreign languages. The offered languages include French, Spanish, German, Korean, and more. 

Academic News:

  • Mark your calendars for useful advising assemblies that are upcoming! Locate the link on your Class Connect schedule, and learn about Big Future on April 20, and about the significance of nature on the 26
  • Parents and Learning Coaches who have any background in a STEM field – this opportunity is for you!  Dr. Keaton will be reaching out with category assignments and other information about this process in May. In the meantime, we could use some more judges in all categories, but particularly in Physics and Engineering. Please consider signing up as a judge.

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About the Contributors
Divya S, Editor-in-Chief
Divya is a freshman at GWUOHS, and this is her second year writing for the Chronicle. Focusing on the community news column, she is an active reporter for the newspaper. This year, she is also in charge of maintaining the online news site. Aside from the Chronicle, she leads the Model United Nations Club and is a member of the Yearbook Club, the STEM Club, the Writing Lab, and the Peer Mentor Program. When not writing, Divya can be found singing, studying a language, solving puzzles, or immersed in a book. She looks forward to continuing working as a liaison between the news and the community.
Lauren B, Journalist
Lauren Bautista lives in southeast Georgia.  She is a freshman and is particularly interested in science, specifically medicine.  She has won multiple awards for her writing, including a regional National History Day award and first place for her school in the Young Georgia Author competition.  This is Lauren’s second year in the Chronicle.  In addition to writing for the newspaper, Lauren sings in the local show choir and participates in Girl Scouts.  In her free time, Lauren enjoys any art-related activities and reading, especially fantasy books.
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