Warhawks at play

Balloons float over West Fork students in the gym, as the high school started off the new semester with a day full of awards for good academics. Besides the ceremony, the day included games, performances, guest speakers and class meetings.

The high school gymnasium was alive with the sound of games, popping balloons and laughter when grades 9-12 crowded the bleachers on Wednesday, Jan 3. West Fork’s students had a full agenda ahead of them, including a ceremony recognizing academics, a fine arts display, games, class meetings and a handful of guest speakers.

The Warhawk Way

To kick off the morning’s festivities, West Fork High School Principal Clyde Tarrence and his team of educators each individually recognized a student who demonstrated strong personable qualities. These students were deemed the new representatives of The Warhawk Way.

“These are the kids that you look at them and you know they’re all-around good citizens,” said Principal Tarrence, on the Warhawk Way program. “It has nothing to do with academics or athletics. They’re kind, generous, helpful students.”

Read the full story in the January 11 edition.