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School year approaches
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While many students are dreading the first day of school, some are like WCHS executive principal Tony Cassel and are excited for it to arrive.With the new year will come many changes for WCHS students, who will now have seven classes per day instead of six. Cassel said this will give students more chances to earn the credits required to graduate.“Students must have 22 credits to graduate,” said Cassel. “With six class periods per day, students had 24 opportunities to receive 22 credits.