“Senioritis” is a silent killer

Cris Patvakanian, Raider Times staff

January 29

Filed under Opinion, Senior Reflection, WHS Student Life

We’ve finalized our resumes, sent out applications, and crossed our fingers that the admissions board at College XYZ finds us perfectly qualified. But what now? The way I see it there are three paths left on our academic jour...

Senior Reflection: Dylan Feeney

Dylan Feeney, Staff Writer

May 23

Filed under Feature, Senior Reflection

When one talks about their senior year in high school, they mention how fun and laid back it was. They talk about how they basically did nothing in their 3rd and 4th quarter after they finished their senior thesis paper. Senior ...

Senior Reflection: Samantha McDonald

Samantha McDonald, Opinion Writer

April 26

Filed under Feature, Senior Reflection

The years here at Watertown High School have been okay, for the most part. Some parts were very awesome, some other parts stunk, and some other parts were okay. I can’t say that it was the greatest four years of my life, but...

Senior Reflection: Jordan Terhune

Jordan Terhune, Editor-in-Chief

April 26

Filed under Feature, Senior Reflection

     High School was a confusing time from the beginning. On top of adjusting to yet another new building, in general it was just a big step. With High School came an intimidating amount of homework, new teachers that in Midd...

Senior Reflection: Celie Harvey-MacGregor

Celie Harvey-MacGregor, Features Editor

April 26

Filed under Feature, Senior Reflection

Looking back on my High School experience, I don’t really have crystal clear memories of things like my very first day of school freshman year and walking up the front steps and swinging the doors open for the first time, seeing...

Senior Reflection