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Best Band in the Land

Article by:Ashley Scott With no game on the week of September 20, 2015, due to a by-week, our band was taking no time off. The band kicked off their weekend with a parade on Saturday, September 26, 2015 giving back to the community in the form of music. The band paraded along with one other

SWD Fall Ball

Article By: Tyron White Once again the Boys Varsity Basketball came home with another win, leaving MLK in the dust beating them by 40! Keith “KJ” Gilmore led the team in scoring. They still hold their undefeated record of 4-0. The boys are aiming to do better than last year’s fall season and so far

Sisters In Action: It’s Just Not A Club, It’s A SISTERHOOD

By: Camilla Barrow IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN! This year SIA (Sisters in Action) is taking the school by storm. Every year the SIA board members and Mrs. Lewis-Porter choose girls that they think would benefit the club. We have passed out 80 packets but sadly only a few will make it in this year, so

SWD vs. Mays

By: Ashley Scott On Saturday, September 19, 2015 our SWD Panthers football team played against Mays High School at Panthersville stadium.  Before the game, I caught up with the starting quarter back, Justin Tomlin, and asked him a few questions, primarily how the team felt going into this game.  He replied, “I think the whole

SWD Fall Ball

By: Tyron White      Varsity Boys Basketball played this previous Saturday against Monroe Area. Adding on to their already undefeated record of 3-0, they came home with an astonishing win with a score of 107-42! The boys were on a roll, they had a team total of 17 three pointers which made up half of

Senior Tips

By: Tatiyana Wilson As everyone is well into Senior Year there are a check list of things to do. Through your previous years of high school you should have been focused on grades, grades, extracurricular activities and grades to suffice a good GPA and activeness after school. Two of the many important things colleges look

Fall TV is Back

By: Zaria Thornton The wait is almost over! Our favorite fall television shows are slowly returning and have millions of fans anxious to know what happens to their favorite characters. Scripted series such as: Empire, Scandal, and How to get away with Murder are among the most anticipated shows returning this week. Our favorite strong,

DeKalb County: The Bridge

By: Sharmaine Horton The Bridge is a new innovative TV show on PDS-TV24 for young people ages 13 to 25. This show consists of high school students in DeKalb County School District who sit and discuss their opinion on a variety of topics. Kelli Ffrench-Parker, a SWD Class of 2015 alumni, was the star of this

SAT Testing

By: Jordan Benn Many students become extremely nervous when it comes to standardized testing. Throughout a child’s education they are tested on various subject matter to reveal their readiness to advance from grade level to grade level. The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), is a standardized test widely used for college admissions to determine a student’s

Curriculum Night

By: Jarrod Flounory Ahh, curriculum night…..the time for parents to come to school with their notepads and their pens, and to stop by every table in the building to pick up flyers full of helpful information.  It is time for parents to come to school to check up on “little Johnny” to see what his