The Paper Wolf is produced by the Journalism Class of St. Paul’s School, a Catholic school for boys in grades 8 through 12 located in Covington, La., and operated by The Brothers of the Christian Schools.
Editorial Staff 2016-2017
Faculty Adviser: Christi Simoneaux
School Contact Info: 917 S. Jahncke Ave., Covington LA 70433 • (985) 892-3200 • www.stpauls.com
Submissions: The Paper Wolf welcomes submissions from our readers and encourages all students to become a contributing writer. To contact The Paper Wolf staff, submit a letter to the editor, or inquire about becoming a contributing writer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The Paper Wolf reserves the right to refuse publication of any article or request revisions based on our editorial policy below.
Corrections Policy: The Paper Wolf makes every effort to verify information prior to publication. However, should an error be printed, please submit correction requests to email@example.com.
The Paper Wolf respects the First Amendment’s protection of a free press. However, as part of a Catholic organization, we operate under a higher ethical standard regarding publishable material. The Paper Wolf does not publish anything that will tarnish the reputation of either the school or any member of the school community. Our mission is to publish stories which reflect the five core principles of a Lasallian school: faith in the presence of God, quality education, inclusive community, concern for the poor and social justice, and respect for all persons. Comments from readers are allowed on our site within each article, however The Paper Wolf retains the right to review comments prior to publication for adherence to the school’s mission. Comments that are contrary to the school mission will not be published.
Affiliations & Honors
The Paper Wolf is a proud member of the following scholastic press associations.
Recipient: First Place Award – Online Publication – 2013, 2014, 2015
Recipient: First Place Award – Social Media Presence – 2015
Recipient: Gold Medal Award – Digital Media – 2013, 2014, 2015
Recipient: All-Columbian Honors (top 95% nationwide in Digital News Sites) – 2015
Individual Honors: In addition to numerous LSPA awards garnered by various members of the staff for individual works, former Editor-in-Chief Nick Ashton was awarded first place honors overall in all divisions for Journalism I at the 2015 Louisiana State Literary Rally, and current Editor-in-Chief Luc Hebert placed 2nd in Division II for Journalism I at the 2016 Louisiana State Literary Rally.