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Happy Spring! 

The WCHS Journalists and I are happy to put out the newest issue of The Roar. With many exciting events quickly approaching like Battle of the Bands and Prom, this issue is jam packed with good stories and fun information! If you download this issue of The Roar and choose the tab "View" and select "Two Pages" you can read the paper as it would look in hard copy format!

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Spring is a time of new chances and fresh beginnings. Once the sun finally does start to shine, we hope that you head into the end of the school year strong and with pride. Your time is what you make of it, and we know that you can make it wonderful!


The next issue of The Roar will be the big SENIOR issue! Keep your eyes out!



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Publications is pleased to bring you this semester's first issue of The Roar. It is packed full of stories that are not only culturally relevant, but also relevant to our student body. 

The first two months of the semester seemed to simultaneously drag and fly by respectfully. We cannot believe it is nearly March!

Our journalists and editors are hard at work alread on our March/April issue and our much loved May issue! 


Please enjoy this issue of The Roar!
*In order to view 
The Roar digitally as it is meant to be viewed in hard copy form, when you download it, try to find a way to view it in Double Page Format! Then you will better be able to see the beauty of the page designs as they are intended.*

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If you are interested in joining the Staff of The Roar, please talk to Miss Mills, your current English teacher, and your guidance counselor. Journalism is a prerequisite, but occasionally, with a proper recommendation, exceptions can be made!
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Hey Warsaw!

Now that we all have these handy dandy iPads, we thought it was time for The Roar to make the jump to technology as well! This year The Roar editors and staff have decided to put the newspaper online as well as offering our usual hard copy papers! We are so proud to bring you stories that show life here at WCHS and that matter to our staff and students. Now, there is no excuse not to have something to read for Everybody Reads time on Wednesday and Thursday! ?

We will have an issue out every other month or so! You can see the next one right before Winter Break!



Sept:Oct Roar Issue -- IF YOU CLICK HERE, YOU CAN ACCESS THIS FALL'S ISSUE OF THE ROAR!



The Roar -- IF YOU CLICK HERE, YOU WILL BE TAKEN TO THE CATEGORY WHERE ALL THE ROAR ISSUES FROM NOW ON WILL BE FOUND ONLINE!





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VANWORMER AND SNODGRASS HONORED

Two Tiger girls soccer players were chosen from this year's squad as All-District - Elizabeth VanWormer and Clair Snodgrass.

VanWormer, a junior who was also selected as 3rd team All-State, scored 20 goals and had seven assists from her central attacking midfield position and was the team leader in goals and points for the 13-3, sectional champion Tigers.

Snodgrass, a senior, scored two goals and had three assists from her right back position. A force for the Tigers attack, Snodgrass was a leader defensively for the Tigers, shutting down opponents while able to help control the ball possession and spark an attack with her speed and agility.

PICTURED: Norther Lakes Conference All-District Honorees - Jelitza Palomino (Goshen, 2nd team), Ellie Lengacher (Northridge, 3rd team), Casey Buchanan (Concord), Jacqueyn Deshone (Concord), Alyssa Hershberger (Goshen, Honorable Mention), Elizabeth VanWormer (Warsaw, 3rd team), Claire Snodgrass (Warsaw), Bailey O'Dell (Northridge, Honorable Mention).

MANGAS CHOSEN AS ACADEMIC ALL-STAR

Warsaw's Jake Mangas displayed grit and a fierce competitive spirit on the football field this past season, and because he carried that same drive into the classroom as well as other areas of his life, the senior quarterback was selected as one of 28 seniors throughout the state named to the 2014 Indiana High School Academic All-Star squad, presented by American Family Insurance and the Indianapolis Colts.

The honorees were selected through the Indiana Football Coaches Association poling of high school coaches around the state.

Mangas, who is also among the leaders for the Tigers' basketball squad, has compiled a 13.36 (on a 12-point scale) Grade-Point-Average and is currently second in his class of 511 students.

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http://www.colts.com/news/article-1/2014-Indiana-High-School-Academic-All-Stars-presented-by-American-Family-Insurance/003c5b90-85c3-4cc4-b1e4-b08d88b673db

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