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Wolves Ready for the New Year

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New Years is the time of the year where people all around the nation try to make this upcoming year the best year yet, by making resolutions, like working out, starting a new diet, journaling, growing a relationship with someone, or overcoming a trial. When asked, the students and faculty at Wesleyan School what their New Year’s Resolutions were and how they planned to make their 2019 the best year yet.

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Middle School Actors Dive Under the Sea for “The Little Mermaid”

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    Eighth grader, Maggie Simmons, plays the role of an octopus. Brian L. Morgan
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    Sebastian, played by eighth grader, Josh Mellott, tries to hide from the chefs in the infamous kitchen scene. Brian L. Morgan
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    Seventh grader and actor, William Sabonis-Chafee, steers he and his crew mates out to sea. Brian L. Morgan
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    Ariel, seventh grader, Lindsay Godard, leads out a dance routine with co-star, eighth grader, Maddie Plunk, who plays Scuttle, a seagull. Brian L. Morgan
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    Seventh graders, Zach Russell, also known as Prince Eric, and Ariel, Lindsay Godard, hold hands at their wedding in the play. Brian L. Morgan

Spring season has started with another middle school play. This spring, the middle school drama department dove under the sea to bring us, “The Little Mermaid.” The play was directed by the Middle School Theater Director, Stephanie Simmons. Keep Reading

Wesleyan Students Hit the Slopes

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While most Wesleyan students spent the weekend sleeping in, watching Netflix and sleeping some more, others joined the Christian Life Ski Retreat that was this past MLK, Jr. weekend, Jan. 13 to Jan. 16 in Ghent, WV.  The trip is available for every grade in the high school; it is first come, first serve signup.

A group of 50 students and five faculty members traveled up to Winterplace Ski Resort to hit the slopes. They left before school Friday morning and drove seven hours on a charter bus, only stopping twice for lunch and to pick up their skis. Keep Reading

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