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  • Ag program hosts Taste of Agriculture event

    Ag program hosts Taste of Agriculture event

    Connor Fagan, Staff Writer

    April 10, 2017

    Greeley West’s agriculture program is holding a dinner for agriculture students, their family, and their friends. The event will be held on Wednesday, April 13th. Tickets for adults are ten dollars, kids are seven dollars, and children under 5 are free. The dinner will be held at the Evans Riverside...

    Josue Soto holds auction item.

    Connor Fagan

  • Musical group celebrate sounds at Disney World

    Musical group celebrate sounds at Disney World

    Garrett Fink, Staff Writer

    March 31, 2017

    Over Spring Break, the Greeley West marching band, orchestra, and choir traveled to Florida to perform music at Disney Springs, which is part of Disney World. This was not a completion like the Poms participate in, it was a time to showcase the music that they had been working on throughout the...

    The choir poses for a picture on their trip to Florida.

  • Luck of Irish with West students, staff

    Luck of Irish with West students, staff

    Michelle Lopez and Peyton Book

    March 17, 2017

    You’ll see a little bit more green walking down the halls of Greeley West High School today. Besides wearing green and pinching students, the staff has done a little extra to show Saint Patrick’s Day spirit. Greeley West’s Interact club put together a Patrick’s Day celebration for all the...

    Math teacher Mr. Jeremi Redman helps himself to some goodies at an Interact Club breakfast for teachers on Friday.

    Michelle Lopez

  • Science students get physic-al with archery lesson

    Science students get physic-al with archery lesson

    Brody Clark, Staff Writer

    March 15, 2017

    This week, Mr. Zach Armstrong took his physics classes to shoot archery in the auxiliary gym at Greeley West High School. The classes have been learning about momentum and energy transfer the last couple of weeks. What’s a better way of learning and understanding how momentum and energy works, then...

    AP Physics students shoot arrows as part of an archery lesson in their class this week in the auxiliary gym.

    Brody Clark

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Gudiel wins prestigious Dell Scholarship

Jolene Martinez, Staff Writer

Last week, senior Darelnia Gudiel, along with hundreds of other students nation-wide, found out she was the winner of the Dell Scholarship, worth about 20,000 over the course of four years. Gudiel was the only Greeley...

April 17, 2017No Comments

Prom royalty voting ends soon

Brody Clark, Staff Writer

Prom is just a week away and the prom royalty voting is coming to an end. So far 252 people at West have casted their votes to determine the princess, prince, queen and king of Greeley Wests prom. For the princesses ...

April 13, 2017No Comments

Two Spartans win Daniel’s Fund scholarships

Michelle Lopez, Staff Writer

Last week, David Orozco and Pablo Lopez, two Greeley West High School Seniors, were notified of winning the Daniels Fund Scholarship they had invested much time and had worked very hard applying for. Their hard work paid...

April 10, 2017No Comments

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Spartans drop Rangers in swimming dual

Connor Fagan, Staff Writer

On Tuesday April 11, boys swimming faced Mountain Range in a Front Range League match up at the Greeley Recreation Center. The Spartans won 106-64. They won nine of the 11 individual events. Sophomore Nathan Kenigsburg wo...

April 13, 2017No Comments

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Anything can happen in your March Madness brackets

Brody Clark, Staff Writer

March Madness is one of the best parts of sports all year long. There is a 68-team bracket where anything can happen, as history shows. People around America have made ...

March 17, 2017No Comments

Internet invades classroom

February 1, 2017

Student should show up to sporting events

February 1, 2017

Invitation to watch Special Olympics basketball

January 31, 2017

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FCCLA projects earn high marks at state competition

Peyton Book, Staff Writer

Family Career Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) students caught a break from all the testing last week by attending their state competition at the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Denver. The FCCLA members...

April 17, 2017No Comments

Key Club readies fundraisers to battle cancers

March 31, 2017

TOK class ‘Dreams Big’ on field trip

March 31, 2017

Brackets bring excitement to West

March 17, 2017

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