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The student voice of West Potomac High School

The Wire

The student voice of West Potomac High School

The Wire

The student voice of West Potomac High School

The Wire

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The Wire has been West Potomac High School’s go-to source for student news since 1985. We are a student-run newspaper and online news site, funded by patrons, fundraisers and ads. The Wire provides fresh student perspectives through editorials, op-eds and opinion pieces. We offer news in many different categories including sports, student issues and academics and the goings-on around school, along with other breaking stories that affect the student body.

We are YOUR voice, students of West Potomac!

This year’s journalism advisor is Mrs. Kerry Cooper, the Editors-In-Chief are Phoebe Schultz and Miguel Tsang.

FAQ
What is The Wire?

The Wire is a student run news group supported by ads, patrons, and student writers.

How does The Wire make money?

We receive donations from patrons and money from advertisers. If you're interested in advertising on The Wire or its quarterly paper, reach out to [email protected]

What does The Wire write?

The Wire posts a monthly newsletter called The Stall in bathrooms across West Po. Additionally, we print a quarterly paper. Other stories can be found on the Wire site.

Who writes the stories?

Stories are written and edited by students in the Journalism elective. The advisor, Ms. Cooper, reviews the content and manages the class.

 

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