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May 25, 2017

Timber Team Hosts Inaugural Axe Games

FROM: Robert Murdy, Timber Team Coach I just wanted to share some pictures and results from Friday’s Axe Games between the Wamogo and Woodland Timber Teams here at Woodland. We had over 40 competitors in four events between the two schools. They all worked very hard off and I am very proud of them. Thank you


Hawk Headlines Wins Big at EXPOfest 2017

Most of the time we report the news. Right now, we are the news! Congratulations to Hawk Headlines Documentaries for sweeping both awards in the short documentary category–Critics Award and Best Short Documentary. Producers Caitlyn Martin and Isabella Fabrizi accepted the award on stage. Crew included Victoria Baliga, Hailey Bernier, Kaitlyn Syrowsky, Sylvia Lemanski, Sarah


Woodland Spring Fine Arts Night

As over two million Americans serve in the U.S. military, it is important to honor those risking their lives for the safety and freedom of their fellow American citizens. This is especially true as Memorial Day draws closer and the memory of those who gave their lives for America is honored. At the spring fine


Technology Advancing in the Fine Arts Department

When Woodland Regional opened 16 years ago technology was a limited resource in the Fine Arts department which created a barrier for the students to compose and create. Now, all that has changed. During the early years of Woodland’s Fine Arts department, music notation software such as “Finale” were offered along with controller keyboards and


Moana Friday Movie Night Moved

UPDATE: The Dinner and Movie Night has been postponed until Friday, June 2nd @5:30PM Woodland’s very first dinner and a movie night, hosted by the officers of the sophomore class. The movie being featured tonight is Moana, and as of now, the sophomore class is struggling to keep up with the work and time being