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To Drive or Not to Drive

Rosie Hammack

April 13, 2010

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"Everything in our country literally revolves around the existence of automobiles," said sophomore Leo Mahony. "From childhood, we're raised with the idea that one day, we'll have a car and a house. That is the most important thing ...

Cooking With Flor & Rylee: Candy Bar Pie

Flor Martinez

March 25, 2010

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Come home from school tired and hungry? Even when your stomach is growling, do you feel just too lazy to open the fridge and decide what to make? Well, after a day of stressing out at school, you don't have to think of what to...

What You Didn’t Know About… Bryna Blaine

Rosie Hammack

March 3, 2010

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If you've ever stopped by the College and Career Center for a last minute chat as the deadlines loomed for college applications, or if you've ever flipped through the job opportunities binder for a source of cash or if you've ev...

Missing a Week of School? For AP Classes, Not a Huge Deal

Katie Levingston

March 1, 2010

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The infamous "Snowpocalypse" forced Montgomery County students to miss a week of instructional time, and AP teachers at WJ have been and will continue to plan for the consequences. Read More »...

My Experiences at the Fourth Annual Burrito Mile

Katie Levingston

March 1, 2010

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  What do you think of when you hear the word "burrito?" Do you think "black or pinto," or do you remember that guacamole costs "a little bit extra?" (Yeah, more like two bucks extra.) Read More »...

Course Selection: Chorus Options

Abby Singley

February 5, 2010

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While you contemplate which classes to take next year and how to earn credits required for graduation, The Pitch Online is ready to help you in the process. We're sitting down with teachers to find out the pros and cons of al...

What You Didn’t Know About… Assistant Principal Janan Slough

Katie Levingston

January 28, 2010

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Assistant principal Janan Slough likes a good challenge. From dealing with special needs and traveling across the globe to taking long bike rides, her enthusiasm never tires. Read More »...

Activities To Do On A Snow Day

Kathleen Seale

January 14, 2010

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Snow days can be fun, especially when school is cancelled, however they can also get dreadfully boring, especially if you're snowed into your house with your family.  Here are some great boredom busters that you can do by ...

What You Didn’t Know About…Security Assistant Lindsey Zegowitz

Kathleen Seale

January 12, 2010

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  Video courtesy of JDRF and O'Keefe Communications Every school year brings fresh faces, from new students to new faculty. One new shining face you can find walking the halls andguard...

Up At Bat: Twenty Years Ago, Did You Think You Would be Where You are Today?

Abby Singley

January 5, 2010

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Up At Bat: TEACHER EDITION Twenty years ago, did you think you would be where you are today? Read More »...

Up At Bat: Twenty Years Ago, Did You Think You Would be Where You are Today?

Abby Singley

January 5, 2010

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Up At Bat: TEACHER EDITION Twenty years ago, did you think you would be where you are today? Read More »...

A Look Back in Time

Katie Levingston

January 5, 2010

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Social Studies teacher Nathan Schwartz used to never think much of teaching. A Bethesda Chevy-Chase High School drop-out, it may seem ironic now that he wanted to get away from the classroom. "I just didn't like school very...

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