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Titan Tattler: Big plans come to fruition

By Jackson Stanley
For the Clemmons Courier

This week, there is a lot to be excited about in the village. West Forsyth students will only have two days of synchronous class this week on Monday and Tuesday, as well as an asynchronous day on Wednesday. After that, students will get to enjoy a much-deserved spring break until April 12. But when the Titans return, things are going to look a little different; the school board made the decision to eliminate the use of cohorts and have everybody that wants to return to in person school come back four days a week, still leaving Wednesdays as an asynchronous day of course. This plan still involves all of the procedures and protocols of the original return plan, just on a much larger scale.

In other news, the football team has continued their hot start, even after taking a two week hiatus due to a COVID-19 contact. Nonetheless, they handled business last Friday defeating R.J. Reynolds 42-12, getting the win on West’s homecoming night.

And perhaps the largest development since last week has been the school board’s approval of graduation date. Seniors at West will graduate on June 5. at Truist Stadium, where the Winston-Salem Dash play. Other details will be worked out at a later date, but for now, underclassmen, staff and especially the seniors are very happy to be Titans.

Jackson Stanley is this year’s Titan Tattler.