The official student newspaper of Walter Johnson High School

The Pitch

The official student newspaper of Walter Johnson High School

The Pitch

The official student newspaper of Walter Johnson High School

The Pitch

Katie Campbell

Katie Campbell, Online Editor-in-Chief

Katie is excited to spend her senior year as an Online Editor-in-Chief for the Pitch. She enjoys playing soccer, reading, and watching Monk.
All content by Katie Campbell
While twins and seniors Ellen and Erin Osterman are also close friends, they dont always get along.
“Birthdays are expensive, and they fall on the same day, so our birthdays would be the same, and we wouldn’t often agree on things. So one of us would end up getting their way, and that would lead to the other being really sad, Ellen said.

Siblings share unbreakable bonds

Katie Campbell, Online Feature Editor
May 24, 2022
School psychologist Kimberly McGonigle works in her office, room 158D.

Q&A with school psychologist

Katie Campbell, Online Feature Editor
April 5, 2022
Sophomore Viktoria Koch-Paiz spends quality time with her five year old horse, Grayson.
It was exciting to bond and train my horse and learn new things with him, even though it was difficult at times, Koch-Paiz said.

WJ reminisces on the silver linings of 2021

Katie Campbell, Online Feature Editor
January 27, 2022
The popular coexist logo has been used from bumper stickers to flags. Acceptance of a community of different religions coexisting with one another is encouraged, especially in the school environment.

Religion generates diversity in student body

Katie Campbell, Online Feature Editor
January 5, 2022
English teacher Marc Waldman assists a student with an English assignment on his Chromebook. Waldman encourages questions and participation in the classroom. “I just hope that people always realize that they can approach me, and if I can’t help them, I guarantee you, I know someone who can,” Waldman said.

Teachers reveal their views on teaching

Katie Campbell, Online Feature Editor
October 15, 2021
Load More Stories
Donate to The Pitch
$825
$1000
Contributed
Our Goal