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July 26, 2017

About Caitlyn Martin,

Caitlyn is a Staff Reporter at Hawk Headlines, and has spent one full semester at Hawk Headlines. She once bought a betta fish without telling her mom, and describes herself as a "rebellious reporter".

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Madelyn Vallillo

“Gotcha Day is the day that an adopted child is chosen by their parents. On October 13, 2003 I was adopted in China after 10 months of being in an orphanage. My name before I was adopted was Chin Hua Jiang before my parents decided I was a Madelyn. My gotcha day means a lot

Woodland Football Flies into a New Season

  If you’re a Woodland Hawk, then you’ve probably dedicated at least one Friday night to the bleachers, sideline cheers, and that exhausting 4 minute walk from the parking lot up the hill to the football field. Supporting the football team might not be a tradition for everyone, but, when you go to a game,

Becca’s Closet Comes to Woodland

With prom season starting in a couple of months, teenagers everywhere are starting to plan for the night that is often the epitome of their high school career. Some girls look forward to the special night years before they even reach high school. The focus is mostly on the beautiful dresses, sparkly shoes, perfect hair

Boys Basketball Takes on Sacred Heart

  Tonight, Woodland Regional High School may be a part of basketball history. Tip off is set for 7pm as Woodland will be playing Sacred Heart High School on our home court. There has been much anticipation for this game from not only the team but the students as well. A large crowd has been

Stories of the Symbols

December is a month full of holiday spirit and festivities. You look down your street and you see yards decorated with different colored lights and plastic santas. If you drive down the street you might see cars with fluffy with a red nose strapped to the front. Once you step in the house there is

Cheerleaders: tradition or transition?

There is nothing better than traditional “Friday Night Lights”–the crowd ramps up as the football team crashes through the hand-made banner designed by the cheerleaders, painted and now held up for imminent destruction. The cheerleaders stay after school to decorate the football senior’s lockers in black and gold for all the students to see. Cheerleaders