The Reappearing Act: Monsieur Tetrault Returns

New administrators, new teachers, new students. As the school year picks up speed, you may feel overwhelmed by the number of new faces roaming the halls this fall. A familiar face the school is thrilled to welcome back, however, is that of Michael Tetrault. Returning after a two-year break, Tetrault is here part-time teaching Exploratory […]

Seriously Speaking 2/27/14

If you had to rename the school mascot, what would you name it?    

Who am I??? (Issue 4)

I was born on Jan. 6, 1975 in Indianapolis, IN. I went to Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis. The most interesting places I have been to are England and Germany. I have two boys. I like to exercise, read, hike, and camp. I have worked 4 years in this building. I went to Anderson […]

New Teachers Flock to West Side

 

Seriously Speaking 8/16

What was your first impression of West Side?         

Who am I???

I was born in Lafayette, Indiana on May 22, 1960. I went to Jefferson High School. The most interesting place I have ever been to has to be New York City. I went to Purdue and studied Anthropology, I liked History a lot. The number one thing on my bucket list has to be something […]

Who Am I?

  Answer:  Mr. Mullis

Who Am I???

I was born on October 28, 1966 in Mineola. I have three older brothers. I attended Stony Brook University and studied Social Studies Education. I worked in the East Meadow School District for 17 years before coming here. I moved to Indiana in 2006. The best part of working here is the positive atmosphere. In […]

Who Am I???: Office Edition

  I was born on October 17, 1953 in New Jersey. I have three older brothers, three daughters, and three dogs. I have only lived in High Bridge, NJ and West Lafayette. In high school I played field hockey, basketball, and softball, not for the school but in women’s leagues.  I was also in school […]

Who Am I???

I was born on July 21st in Lake Forest, Illinois. I have one older brother and many in-laws. I attended Vernon Hills High School and then Purdue University. In high school I was on the swimming team, in student publications, and was president of Spark (a club similar to REACH). I have lived in West […]

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