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 “My favorite part of Ecology Club is getting to see the growth of all our plants, veggies, etc. each week. It’s quite amazing to see growth from something you took part in with your own two hands,” Williams said.

Going Green

Sarah Bernick June 8, 2021

Looking for a way to end the school year feeling good? The Ecology Club is the perfect fit! As of the 2021 spring semester the ecology club has taken a jump in making the school a better place through...

Arnold wasn’t always sure about what he wanted to be growing up. He wanted to be a teacher, but did not originally plan on becoming a science teacher. “Early on I thought I wanted to [be a teacher]. I wanted to be a history teacher actually when I was in my early twenties, but I just was a little misguided,” Arnold said.

More than a teacher

Luke Loving, Reporter February 18, 2021

Until time machines are created, the future is unknown. The steps we take now can help determine the future, but we never know what will happen for certain. When Mr. Arnold grows older however, he wants...

I am familiar with the equipment that was demoed, but I learned a lot the first time we visited, Anatomy and Physiology teacher John Arnold said. The last activity as a whole group using the Hudl app was cool. I didnt realize some of the functions.

Brilliant biomechanics

Joseph Potts, Reporter April 15, 2019

West students from Anatomy and Physiology (A & P) classes went on a field trip to St. Ambrose University to explore their kinesiology department on April 10. The trip was organized by science teacher...

Wests Anatomy and Physiology class poses on the campus of St. Ambrose before making discoveries at the cadaver lab.

Anatomy and Physiology students visit cadaver lab

Emma Bernick, Media Editor May 11, 2018

On Thursday, May 10, the INSPIRE Anatomy and Physiology class took a field trip to St. Ambrose University to visit one of the school’s three cadaver labs. Dr. Neil Aschliman, who has been a biology professor...

West is the only school that was able to go to St. Ambrose for National Biomechanics Day.
I think this is a great opportunity for students to talk to young professionals, professors, and to explore new possibilities. It is great in so many ways, Anatomy and Physiology teacher John Arnold said.

Falcons become bees for the day

Kate Kealey, Editor in Chief April 12, 2018

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