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An upbeat website for a downtown school

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Josh Wolfe

Josh Wolfe, Comment Associate Managing Editor

Josh Wolfe is currently a senior and will be attending Lafayette College next year and joining their varsity tennis team. He enjoys tennis, writing, and hanging out with friends. He hopes you can experience the wonders of The Southerner.

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STRIVE FOR SUCCESS: Grady alum Shaun Kleber works with one of his students in Detroit for City Year. Kleber hopes to use this to jump-start his career into education.

Prior career experiences improve teaching ability

Josh Wolfe, Assistant Comment Editor
April 11, 2019
SLEEP FOR SUCCESS: Senior Josh Wolfe works hard at completing his work during his second semester. Wolfe is living by the second semester senior motto, If today isnt the due date, then today isnt the do date.

Day in a life of a second semester senior

Josh Wolfe , Assistant Comment Editor
January 25, 2019
TEACHING FOR JOY: Teacher satisfaction is of utmost importance at school. Psychology teacher Andrew Copeland poses with senior Jacob Greenhill.

School prioritizes teacher satisfaction

Josh Wolfe, Assistant Comment Editor
December 20, 2018
Despite the open space close to the trailers, students will continue to make long walks to the restroom.

The Long Walk: Bathroom Issues In The Trailers

Josh Wolfe, Junior Online Editor
October 19, 2017
Senior Quinn Cowden struggling to get through the school day with a very limited lunch schedule.

Lunch Break too short, needs expansion

Josh Wolfe, Junior Online Editor
August 22, 2017
Big Brothers 2016 Lineup

Life Through the Lens

Josh Wolfe, Writer
October 19, 2016
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