The face under the suit

The face under the suit

Logan Brown, Staff Reporter

November 26, 2014

The school bleachers fill up with rambunctious and boisterous students. Cheerleaders take their positions in front of the awaiting students and finally the performance has started, whether it is a home game or a pep assembly. Out from the corner of a student’s eye, the Panther comes running out pumping... READ MORE »

News

Keefer stepping in as dean of students

Evie Hyde, Sports Editor

Instructional Coach Kathi Keefer (Bullis) has stepped in as Wenatchee High School’s dean of students for an undetermined amount of time, Principal Bob...  Read More »

November 26, 2014

FFA will send more veterans to D.C.

FFA will send more veterans to D.C.

Felicia Hannas, News Editor

Wenatchee High School’s Future Farmers of America held their first-ever breakfast fundraiser at Applebee’s on Nov. 22. The money raised is going toward...  Read More »

November 26, 2014

Alcohol abuse ‘inaccurate, inflammatory’

Jackson Powell, Staff Reporter

Principal Bob Celebrezze responded to The Apple Leaf’s “Intoxication...  Read More »

November 26, 2014

Student: Dance monitors ‘ill-equipped, untrained’

Adrian Robinson, Bryce Newberry, and Reno Franklin

It’s pretty easy to get away with drinking at Homecoming, and many students have, according to several Wenatchee High School students.[related align="left"...  Read More »

November 26, 2014

New career coordinator on board

New career coordinator on board

Moses Lurbur, Staff Reporter

In a small, quiet corner-office at the Wenatchee High School Career Center, a new staff member is already hard at work helping to serve the students after...  Read More »

November 26, 2014

Core 24 approved for Class of 2019

Daniela Turner, Online Coordinator

Along with all of the stress that comes with starting their freshman year of high school, students who will graduate in the year 2019 and beyond, or current...  Read More »

November 26, 2014

Freshman earns Microsoft Office Word Specialist; ‘a huge honor’

Adrian Robinson, Staff Reporter

Each day, thousands of people power-up and click into one of the world’s most used software programs, Microsoft Office Word. Most people open Word merely...  Read More »

November 25, 2014

Assault chaos caught on video on freshman football bus trip

Bryce Newberry, Online Editor

A 10-second video on the social network Snapchat was how one mother saw her son sexually assaulted on a Wenatchee High School freshman football trip on...  Read More »

November 21, 2014

Smith, Wilson selected as Rotary Youth Exchange outbound students

Emily Cieslak, Managing Features Editor

After rounds of interviews, essay questions, and medical testing, Wenatchee High School seniors Asa Smith and Kiana Wilson made the cut for participating...  Read More »

November 20, 2014

Editor's Picks

Smith, Wilson selected as Rotary Youth Exchange outbound students

Emily Cieslak, Managing Features Editor

After rounds of interviews, essay questions, and medical...  Read More »

November 20, 2014

Head to head: Should school be fun?

November 5, 2014

Dear Editor of The Apple Leaf, Student...  Read More »

Intoxication at school events causes great debate

November 5, 2014

It’s Saturday, Oct. 25. It’s dark, the lights are...  Read More »

Senior Jessi Fore practices leaping over barrels with her horse, Kiana. “Kiana knows me just as well as any other person. It is such a surreal connection,” Fore said.

Going on the ride of their lives

November 5, 2014

The feeling of the wind through her hair, streaming...  Read More »

School employees pull through for new teacher with sick leave

October 23, 2014

Earlier this month, Wenatchee High School math teacher...  Read More »

Features

The face under the suit

The face under the suit

Logan Brown, Staff Reporter

The school bleachers fill up with rambunctious and...  Read More »

November 26, 2014

Junior Austin Boese and French teacher Jon Magnus

From Boese to Magnus

November 26, 2014

A family of three is formed in an emergency room. A...  Read More »

Spanish teacher Frederick Lenard doubles as a realtor when not teaching at Wenatchee High School.

Working double time: Teachers with more than one job

November 26, 2014

Frederick Lenard: Cooking delicious...  Read More »

Shopping down Wenatchee Avenue

November 26, 2014

Gather 23 N. Wenatchee Ave. Hours: Monday-Saturday,...  Read More »

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