Skipping class excessively has been linked to poor school performance, and on top of that the State of Indiana mandates that every student must attend a certain number of days. WHJE’s second year students created PSAs on why school attendance is so important: Abdellah Varanka Szydlowski Piedra Miller Laplante Johnson Cocca Benefiel
The Creekside Cat Race is an annual 5k held by the Creekside Athletics Department, which helps raise money for Creekside Athletics. WHJE’s Matt Gish reports on the purpose behind the race and how it benefits the community. Produced by: Matt Gish
WHJE attended the Woodbrook Community Carnival and provided this fun PTO fundraiser. WHJE’s Matt Gish reports on the reasons behind the fundraiser and how this annual carnival helps benefit the teachers as well. Produced by: Matt Gish http://media.blubrry.com/whje/p/whje.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/FINAL.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS
The Merciful Help Center is a safe place for any resident or homeless person in Hamilton County. They provide a variety of thing including: food, housing, financial assistance, and any other basic need a person may need.
As winter begins in Indiana, it is important to keep animals safe from the dangers of weather and wild animals. Coyotes are a danger that as more housing is being built in Carmel, more coyotes show up in the city looking for food. Unfortunately we have our pets in a vulnerable situation where they can …
WHJE 2nd years produced projects on the topic of the Anonymous Alert system the school has. Anonymous Alerts are to encourage students to report activity without the fear that they will be directly involved in a situation. Patrick Simpson Shae Rickel Autumn Larkins
WHJE 2nd years and GKOM Council came together to create topics about No Greyhound Sits Alone, a program that encourages students to include others into their lunch table who may not have someone to sit with. Tatum Prati Emily Melchi Mahan Ban