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The student news site of West Chicago Community High School

Wildcat Chronicle

The student news site of West Chicago Community High School

Wildcat Chronicle

Jarosz’s team takes the win in annual senior den games

The technology teacher was looking for a comeback this year after losing to English teacher Mary Fremeau’s team in 2023.
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Ja'Nyah Villa
Ja'Nyah Villa, Senior Reporter
Ja'Nyah is a sophomore this year and in her first semester of Journalism production. She is very driven and dedicated to her schoolwork and extracurricular activities. Outside of Journalism, Ja'Nyah is an active member of Wego Drama and her hobbies include reading and listening to music. In the future, Nyah hopes to pursue a career in literary editing or journalism after college.
Ryley Salazar
Ryley Salazar, Reporter
Ryley Salazar likes filming and editing videos, and is good with a camera, having created several YouTube videos back in middle school. Since then, Ryley has become active in WeGo Drama, and has performed in a number of shows, including playing Audrey II in "Little Shop of Horrors", Grandpa Joe from "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", and Tom Buchanan in "The Great Gatsby". Ryley also likes to watch movies after school, and can frequently be found at the movie theater. It is no surprise, then, that people describe Ryley as "funny" and "creative."
Shee Nay Paw
Shee Nay Paw, Reporter
Shee Nay is described by her former teachers as "one of the sweetest people you will ever know." She is a senior at West Chicago Community High School, and is trying out journalism for the first time.
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