McHenry High School's student-written and -edited newspaper

The McHenry Messenger

McHenry High School's student-written and -edited newspaper

The McHenry Messenger

McHenry High School's student-written and -edited newspaper

The McHenry Messenger

Kaylee Hoguet

Kaylee Hoguet, Contributing Illustrator

Kaylee Hoguet is a sophomore at West Campus. She loves writing stories, musicals, drawing, reading, skateboarding, dreams and music. Her favorite artists are Girl In Red, Get Scared, Linkin Park and Alec Benjamin. She hopes to have her art noticed and to become a professional writer.
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Though teachers are ready for hybrid learning, they have also switched roles several times since last spring — transitioning from in-person teaching to mostly asynchronous last year, then by teaching daily on Zoom, and now to a mix of in-person and remote during hybrid learning.

[Photo] Rising to the challenge

January 27, 2021
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While most of the world is worried about their physical health, the mental health of many has deteriorated. Therapists, social workers, and other mental health professionals have noticed—and responded.

[Photo] The doctor is in

December 8, 2020
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People who consider themselves alternative usually express it through social media posts, but what people consider alt has its roots in punk-rock—and in social politics.

[Photo] That is so punk

November 30, 2020
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As a social media platform, TikTok is feeds users whatever they are looking for, whether its LGBTQ+ confessionals, iced coffee recipes, hilarious videos, or serious political commentary.

[Photo] TikTok’s different faces

November 11, 2020
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The librarys reading challenge is part of West Campuss Spirit Barrel Battle. Students and teachers who read can help their grade level earn points over other classes.

[Photo] The reading rivalry

January 29, 2020
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