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The Catalyst

The Student News Site of Millard West High School

The Catalyst

“I felt that it was great to see the families and future members come out and support the band. It has definitely been an event I look forward to year after year,” said band student Blake Kahler.

Marching for the community

Caden Reynolds, Staff Reporter
August 30, 2023
Projecting their voices, students from a dozen schools across the state spread awareness of the importance of theater. When advocating for theater, the students fight for every thespian in Nebraska to have equal funds to support their theater programs. “We met with our state senators to recognize theater as an important part of education, ” junior Isaiah Helenthal said. “ I contacted my senator and we asked to make an appointment to talk about theater, also how it affects us in hopes they recognize how impactful it can be, to students lives, and the importance of theater education.”

Funding for the arts

Zianya Salgado, Staff Reporter
March 4, 2022
Millard west orchestra teams up with other Millard orchestra’s at the annual All-Millard concert to produce beautiful music. Bringing recognition of music education in schools this event will continue to bring the music community together.

Bringing music to life together

Zianya Salgado, Staff Reporter
February 7, 2022
Junior Rami Hanash plays bingo with residents at Walnut Grove Retirement Community. Millard West Student Council visits there frequently and this year they also held a Halloween Bingo. They absolutely love seeing our faces and talking to us, senior and Student Council president Olivia Oeth said. We bring a good variety of people there to interact with the residents.

Spreading cheer B4 the holidays

Emma Baker, Staff Reporter
December 18, 2019
Members of National Honors Society pack bags with fruit and juice at Food Bank for the Heartland to be donated to families. “Whenever I have time I always try to do things like this because I really enjoy helping people,” junior Jordan Bakar said. “It was fun engaging with people and working with others to help out the community.”

Feeding the community

Morgan Weir, Staff Reporter
December 13, 2019
English teacher Lauren McKenzie in the dunk tank.

NHS Carnival

Alexandra Dobesh, Staff Writer
April 24, 2018
Leader of the Future

Leader of the Future

Mackenzie Gonzales, Staff Writer
December 15, 2017
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