Trojan Tribune

Providing Nutritional Choices

Providing Nutritional Choices

Katie Lins and Tristan Schmitz

February 21, 2018


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Wayzata Culinary Express left the National School Meal Program in 2015 in order to provide students with a wide variety of choices for meals, while preserving nutritional value and virtue within the program, according to  Culinary Express Supervisor Mary Anderson. “The idea was to create offerings and flex...

The Trojan Locker Room

The Trojan Locker Room

Michael Myers, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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The Trojan Locker Room school store sells Trojan merchandise like t-shirts, blankets, water bottles, and other items, according to store manager Sonia Gazula. According to Gazula. The store is located between the athletics wing and the cafeteria. "We are open during football games, basketball games, and during...

Compass Gains Ground

Compass Gains Ground

Cole Seager, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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According to Compass Coordinator Scott Tordeur, the Compass Program expands beyond the term “class,” and instead truly encompasses a more comprehensive career studies program through professional experience and partnership with business mentors and guest instructors. It gives motivated juniors and ...

The Cold, The Flu, and You

Rachel Prost, Senior Staff Writer

February 19, 2018


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As we move into the winter months, cold and flu season is upon us. Jean Parsons,  Wayzata High School district nurse, stated that it is too early in the season to determine if the influenza vaccination is effective, but just in case one starts to feel sick, there are some differences between th...

Damage in New Furniture

Damage in New Furniture

Ata Ramadan and Quinn Malisow

February 19, 2018


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Along with the recent expansion of the high school, came the addition of new furniture in the A-wing and the upper commons. Over the course of the year, a few of these pieces of furniture have been found to be vandalized. “For the most part there’s always going to be a percentage of abuse that ...

Wayzata High School named to 8th Annual AP District Honor Roll

Drew Smith, Media Editor

February 19, 2018


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Wayzata High School has been recognized on the 8th Annual AP District Honor Roll, according AP Coordinator Sue Iverson. AP Classes allow students to earn college credit and show colleges that a student has taken the most rigorous courses available, according to the Wayzata High School Advanced Place...

Boys Hockey on a Hot Streak

Boys Hockey on a Hot Streak

Sam Sklar, Senior Staff Writer

January 25, 2018


Filed under News, Sports

The Trojans are now 14-10-1 and have been on a tear winning five straight games, their most recent victory being against Hopkins on February 10th. Wayzata has returned 11 seniors this year, the most head coach Pat O’Leary has had since taking over the head coaching job in 2011. “Having senior ...

New Year, New Look

New Year, New Look

Drew Smith, Media Editor

January 25, 2018


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Emails in the Wayzata School district were updated to @wayzataschools.org over Winter Break, according to Wayzata Schools Webmaster Andrew Hagen. So, next time you send an email to a staff member at Wayzata High School, you might want to check what email address your sending it to. This change only com...

WHS’s New Police Liaison

Adam Castle, Staff Writer

January 25, 2018


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Wayzata has a new police liaison officer, Steve Dahlson. Liaisons work in pairs, for staggered four-year terms. Police Liaison Steve Baloun said he is on his third year and is currently training Dahlson.  At the end of this year, Baloun will leave and Dahlson will train the person who takes hi...

Everybody Needs a Little TLC

Shae Luedke, Opinion Editor

January 25, 2018


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The Trojan Leadership Council (TLC) was started by Judy Hanson, TLC Advisor and WHS Chemical Health Coordinator, twenty-one years ago. According to Hanson, “The goal is for students that choose not to use or want to have a chemically free lifestyle that they have the opportunity to be together as a...

Tang Earns Grandmaster Title

Atticus Hodges, Senior Staff Writer

January 25, 2018


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Senior Andrew Tang, a chess player, stated in a previous article that he was a long ways away from becoming a grandmaster in chess. Apparently, a lot can change in a couple of months. In order for one to become a grandmaster in chess, that one has to achieve a rating of 2500, which is achieved thr...

P.E.A.K. Classes Return

Michael Myers, Staff Writer

January 25, 2018


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A series of parent classes put on by community volunteers started in January at Sunset Hill Elementary for elementary school parents of Sunset Hill and Birchview, according to retired teacher and classes organizer Nancy McCoy. The series of six classes is called P.E.A.K. (Parents Empowering All Kids:...

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