The Wrangler

Kelly Davila

Kelly Davila, Staff Writer

Kelly Davila is a senior and first year staff member. She is very involved with her extracurricular classes and loves writing in her spare time. She is looking forward to graduating and is attempting to make this year her best yet.

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January 20, 2017
HOSA student snapping the best snapchat picture.

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January 20, 2017
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January 20, 2017
Student smiling at finally being able to see the dogs.

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January 20, 2017
Mrs. Holmes and students attempt to calm the hyper active dog down for the photo.

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January 20, 2017
Students helping unload the bus with their donations.

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January 20, 2017
Student smiles before she walks in the highly anticipated pet shelter.

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January 20, 2017
Boys attempt to quicken the process of loading up as well as have a bit of fun before leaving school.

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January 20, 2017
Student laughing through her pain of the cold weather.

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January 20, 2017
HOSA student assisting in the load-up of donations to the bus.

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January 20, 2017
Amy Cleetus representing how most of the

WOOHOO or BOOHOO?

October 24, 2016
On 10 October 2016 in Jérémie, Haiti, a toddler rests near collapsed homes on top of a hill.  One week after Hurricane Matthew, as schools re-open across the country, more than 100,000 children will be missing out on learning after their schools were either damaged or converted into shelters.

Hurricane Matthew passed over Haiti on Tuesday October 4, 2016, with heavy rains and winds. While the capital Port au Prince was mostly spared from the full strength of the class 4 hurricane, the western area of Grand Anse, however was in the direct path. The cities of Les Cayes and Jeremie received the full force sustaining wind and water damage across wide areas. Coastal towns were severely damaged as were many homes in remote mountainous regions. International relief efforts are underway to provide food water and shelter to the people affected by the storm.

An estimated 500,000 children live in the Grande Anse Department and Grand South Department in southern Haiti, the areas worst hit by Hurricane Matthew.  UNICEF had prepositioned emergency supplies with national authorities to reach up to 10,000 people.  On 8 October, six water trucks arrived in Jeremie and Les Cayes, the respective capital cities within the Departments.  Additional water and sanitation supplies, such as water purification tablets, water bladders and plastic sheeting, have been dispatched to the most affected departments in the westernmost tip of Haiti.  As of 10 October, UNICEF delivered blankets, buckets, water purifying equipment and cholera diagnostic kits.

Tragedy in Haiti

October 12, 2016
Boy Cross Country runner finishes the race strong.

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September 27, 2016
Tina Bilic showing off her favorite go-to pose.

Howdie Tina Bilic!

September 16, 2016
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