The editors are responsible for reading through all articles before they are posted on the website. They dedicate a lot of hard work, time, and effort to making sure everyone’s articles are the best they can be! This year’s editor-in-chief is Alyssa Wismar and the co-assistant editors are Rhiannon Cook and Drew Mandeville. Their bios are posted below!
Alyssa Wismar is a Sophomore at Eisenhower High School. She is the daughter of Christen Carlstrom and Mikael Wismar. Alyssa’s activities at Eisenhower include Journalism, S.A.D.D, Choir and Fantasia, A.W.W.A, and Academic Bowl. Outside of school Alyssa likes to read, listen to music, perform in theatre productions, and performing her solo acoustic act. She also likes to spend time with friends and family. Alyssa is a Journalism 2 student, and she is very excited to also have the position of an editor this year! With this being her first time editing, Alyssa will be editing, reviewing, and uploading articles to our website. She is very excited to be an Editor and cannot wait to add what she can to The Squire.
Rhiannon Cook is a Sophomore at Eisenhower High School. She is the daughter of Valerie and Christopher Cook. Rhiannon is involved in Journalism, Choir, Battle of the Books, A.W.W.A, and Volleyball. Outside of school she enjoys reading, listening to music. She also spends her free time hanging out with her boyfriend and dog. Rhiannon is a first-year Journalism student and co-assistant-editor and is learning to review, edit and upload articles to the website and looking forward to learning about Journalism and contributing what she can to the class.
Drew Mandeville is a Sophomore at Eisenhower High School. He is the son of Tiffany and John Mandeville. Drew is involved in Journalism, Choir and Fantasia, Academic Bowl, Basketball, Track, and Soccer. Outside of school he enjoys watching basketball and football, spending time with his family and girlfriend. Drew is a first-year Journalism student and co-assistant-editor and is learning to review, edit and upload articles to the website and is excited to write articles and do what he can to help the Journalism Program.