Wooster Jeopardy is back! This time, Ava and Charlotte have faculty members Mr. Sacco, Ms. Cicala, Ms. Lingenheld and Ms. Thaler test their Wooster knowledge.
WiNK (“Wooster Ink”) is Wooster School’s online student news publication. WiNK serves as the student voice of our community, and provides readers with a weekly overview of what's happening in our students' lives, and it gives students a chance to share their interests and voices. The majority of the content is developed in our Upper School Journalism classes, but we also accept contributions from other students and faculty members.
In this week's Question of the Week, Jeremy and Thomas asked: how would you describe Wooster?
Anica tells us about her experience at Godspell last weekend, and interviews some cast and crew members about their very entertaining and successful show.
Molly and Hanna teamed up to tell about International Women's Day, which was on Wednesday. They share the history of the day, and how Wooster's GirlUp club celebrated it.
Elise is following up on her senior reflections and checking back with previous interviews. This week, she follows up with Sophia Cilento.
Sean follows up on Cece's article last week about the Upper School Assembly that featured Greg Mingo and Christine Bella by going more in depth on Mr. Mingo's story of being wrongly convicted and later granted clemency.
Elena and Ivy tell us about a Middle School PBL (Project Based Learning) project of gathering books to create small libraries around the Middle School Building.
Alexandra is starting up a new travel guide series, and starts this week by interviewing Grace Littman, '25, about her trip to Italy.
Sabir vlogged Wednesday's Dodgeball tournament to benefit Full Court Peace.
Gus, Benjy, and Elliot give their predictions on March Madness - winners, sleepers, and Cinderallas.
This week, Eian reviews the album Anti by Rhianna.
In this week's Question of the Week: Why Buy a '23 Yearbook?... Katherine and Ava, who have been in our Yearbook class all year, enlisted some help to give us all 23 good reasons.
We finally got our first real snow day of the school year on Tuesday. Anica tells us more, and finds out what some Generals did on their day off.
On Wednesday, the Upper School gathered to hear two representatives who shared stories of people wrongly convicted of crimes.
Elise is following up on her senior reflections and checking back with previous interviews. This week, she follows up with Selah Hess.