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Tesser goes from TV Production to testing coordinator

HELPING HAND: Jodi Tesser flips through student files and works on her laptop in the Guidance Office. Although Tesser has taught TV Production for ten […]

English teacher Nancy Feldman moves into the ESE department

TIME TO WORK: ESE Specialist, Nancy Feldman checks on her students’ class assignments for the PSAT test in Oct. after 24 years of teaching English. […]

Changes soon to come after the 2022 midterm elections

PROMOTIONS FOR POLITICIANS: Voters prepare to promote their candidate’s party as the election approaches. During the election, voters encouraged the public to vote for their […]

Hurricane Ian leaves Florida a cyclone of destruction in its wake

WRECKAGE: Cars and buildings in Fort Myers, Fla. are totaled due to the severe wind speeds and flooding of hurricane Ian making it one of […]

Teachers and staff participate in annual Bobcat Games 

By Cesar Guadamuz COLLISION OF WORLDS: (Left to Right) Dennis Rodriguez, Mauricio Contreras, Kaitlyn Simmons, Viviana Lopez and z represent team D in Karaoke as […]

WBTV advisor Vidal Rivera and students gain national recognition

by Sarah Perez ON THE RED CARPET: Students of the WBTV club pose for a picture at the All-American High School Film Festival. Hosted in […]

West Broward’s 2021 Cross Country teams celebrate a remarkable season

Highlights from the Varsity Cross Country teams’ achievements at Districts, Regionals, and States.  By Mariana De Jesus  FROM STRIDES TO SMILES: (From left to right) […]

Homecoming Week brings back the Bobcats

By Cesar Guadamuz and Mariana De Jesus BLAST FROM THE PAST: West Broward cheerleaders, dance team and Performance Ensemble showcase their talents and promote school […]

FEA Club brings comfort and joy to local children’s hospitals

By Valentina Padula STRENGTH IN NUMBERS: FM/DEA members sort through their contributed items to later place them into the chemo care baskets. The club’s turnout […]

COVID on the rise, numbers peak in back-to-school transition

By Mariana De Jesus and Valentina Padula    By March 2021, vaccination shots were available to all citizens 16 and older. However, with the country falling […]

Dr. King’s fight for civil justice continues in the 21st Century

CALL FOR ACTION: West Broward High School Students Sydney Millwood, Spencer Millwood, Kacey Bellamy, and Sydney Bellamy protest outside of the City of Pembroke Pines […]

JROTC’s air rifle marksmanship team dominates the competition

By Elise Finlay, Giancarlo Zarich and Eva Gonzalez In Mar. of 2021, West Broward High Schools’ Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps’ (JROTC) Marksmanship team achieved […]

World Guard ends late competitive season on a strong note

By Sydney Perez and Nikita Chen After hours of training and dedication, the 18 students in the West Broward Color Guard had their first performance […]

West Broward student film, Ilea, receives international recognition

by Christina Chetram, Davian Polanco, and Helena Daniels   Ilea, a short film created by students in West Broward’s TV Productions program, has recently been recognized […]

Debate competitors reach NSDA national stage

By Allison Keppinger and Valentina Padula From the humorous skits to the dramatic performances, Speech and Debate has been a passionate elective for many at […]

Biscayne Bay turns from pretty to polluted

by Allison Keppinger    Biscayne Bay is suffering and so are its inhabitants. The bay is filled with nutrient pollution from storm water runoff, septic tanks, […]

The rise of sustainable fashion

by Paris Belus Fashion is, at its core, a source of expression and individuality for people around the world, but it also has its flaws. […]

Standardized testing altered to accommodate safety protocols

by Makahla Charles As students approach the end of a digital school year, questions regarding state testing have arisen. Schools in Broward County have begun […]

Tropical Storm Eta floods West Broward Campus

West Broward High School undergoes major renovations in preparation for the school’s reopening. by Armani Brutus and Nicolas Gallon On Oct. 13, teachers were able […]

Biden and Harris win historic 2020 presidential election

President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris are chosen to mend a divided country and stem a global pandemic. by Sarah Perez The 2020 […]

Pandemic Delays 2020 Census Results

by Makahla Charles, Valentina Padula, Kristin McLean, and Lakeeyah Nanton    Since the March outbreak of COVID-19, the progress of the 2020 Census has been delayed. […]

Guidance counselor Michelle Bellamy awarded recognition as teacher of the year

by Diego Perdomo    Although the term instructional staff refers to all personnel responsible for aiding the student body in their educational path, most people might […]

Florida schools reopen following CDC guidelines

by Madison Peller and Allison Keppinger    Since COVID struck in March, schools have shut down and students have relocated to online learning at home. Students […]