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Weekly Writing Prompt

Write a poem inspired by the workings of the human body at a cellular level. You may find ideas by looking at different vocabulary and terminology, or drawing connections between cellular functions and processes to situations in your emotional life and interpersonal relationships. Submit your pieces to: wlpenman@gmail.com

Weekly Writing Prompt

This week, think of a recent encounter you had with someone you admire. Then, write a short story where you reimagine that experience from the perspective of the other person. What might be noticed about the interaction that is different from what you interpreted? Will the feelings expressed be mutual? Submit your pieces to wlpenman@gmail.com

Weekly Writing Prompt

Write a poem that joyfully honors a loved one who has passed away—or that confronts death and mortality in a more general way—with a tone of both respect and celebration. How does imbuing the gravity of mortality with liveliness and vitality inspire you to think about imagery, rhythm, and diction in new ways? Submit your […]

Weekly Writing Prompt

Write a short story that explores how a human character adapts when placed in a geographical location with extreme atmospheric conditions. Is your character alone or part of a pack? You may choose to write a story based in reality, or one that incorporates elements of the fantastic. Submit your pieces to: wlpenman@gmail.com

46 Students Compete in 19 Events at Annual District DECA Leadership Conference

On December 6th, W-L DECA students competed in Entrepreneurship, Business Management & Marketing at the annual DECA District Leadership Conference. Forty-six W-L students competed in 19 events during the one-day event. W-L had nine 1st place winners, six 2nd place winners, and four 3rd place winners. Congratulations to the following 1st place winners: Maxwell Clegg, Claire Spiratus-Hurst, […]

Students Roll Past Competition in “Drive Like a Girl” hosted by STEM For Her and Audi

Four W-L senior Technology & Engineering ladies have been participating in a new program, “Drive Like a Girl” hosted by STEM For Her and Audi. The girls; Annabelle Bailey, Isabella Corry, Colette McCord-Snook, and Livia Polise met for six two-hour sessions after school with an Audi Mentor, Ava Kingsley and Ms. Meyer, Technology & Engineering Teacher […]