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Into The Spotlight

Into The Spotlight

Isaak Peterson, Staff Writer March 20, 2021

Theater is an important activity for many of the students and staff at Winnetonka High School. Many of those who enjoy theater also take part in after school activities including musicals and plays. This...

Feed The Northland

Feed The Northland

Destiny Mattingly, Editor + Staff Writer March 20, 2021

Gazing into the main entrance of Winnetonka High School on a Wednesday morning you spot paper sacks lining the walls filled with nonperishables. Do you ever wonder who puts those together? For whom they...

Art Club Chalk and Walk

Art Club Chalk and Walk

Destiny Mattingly, Editor + Staff Writer October 25, 2020

The Winnetonka art club students participated in the annual Walk and Walk! Our artists focused on designing artwork that expresses what is going on in the world, that includes diversity, pollution, and...

An underclassman signs up for Tea Club.

2019 Club Fair

September 6, 2019

To promote involvement within the 30+ clubs at Winnetonka, a club fair was hosted in the main gym during advisory time. Students toured the gym and chatted with various club members, and signing up for...

From left to right: Junior Ashtin Holman, junior Justice Thompson, senior Trenton Kauzlarich, senior Madison Mayes, junior Aris Holman and junior Jaelee Pittel pose above the Black History Month sign RISE painted. The sign, intended to bring more awareness to the upcoming spirit week, was hung above the main entrance corridor to grab the attention of students walking in the building. Photo by Derek Walsh.

The RISE of advocacy

Elizabeth Payton, Staff Writer March 4, 2019

A newly-found club is making its debut with various awareness projects related to Black History Month. The club, RISE, was created to “stand up for the overlooked,” according to co-founders...

J2 Multimedia Editor-in-Chief Katie Bullock & Print Editor Jessica Glaszczak discuss Griffin Rites page edits during class on Jan. 18.

Winnetonka publications earn First-Class national rating

Tonka Online Staff January 22, 2018

Both Winnetonka High School print publications, Griffin Rites newsmagazine and Odyssey yearbook, received a first-class rating from the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) based on publications...

STUCO Haunted House

Katie Bullock, Editor-in-chief October 27, 2016

Student Council is hosting their annual haunted house this Friday at 7 p.m. and a Halloween party this Saturday from 11a.m. to 1p.m in the lower gym by the softball field. “The haunted house is a...

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