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September 25, 2017

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Hawk Productions Club: Producing the Woods

“Lights, camera, action” is a common phrase used in room 219– the Digital Media room, where the Hawk Productions Club resides. If you have a place in your heart for this term, this is the classroom for you to be in. Hawk Productions is Woodland’s Digital Media club which produces short videos, competes in local

The Writer’s Wing: Tutoring the Hawks

Whether you are an incoming freshman, or an AP literature, honors-student senior, everyone can get help and guidance on their writing by the Writer’s Wing club members. The goal is to get students interacting with one another, to improve writing skills and spread the love of composition. The Writer’s Wing, located in the library, is

Woodland Girls Cross Country Sweeps Seymour Meet

3.1 miles, 16,368 feet, 12 ½ times around a standard sized track, almost the distance from Woodland to Seymour High School. Ask anyone to run it, and they will probably laugh in your face, but for Woodland cross country runners, this is a piece of cake. According to cross country runner Diondra Owusu, the 27

Woodland Represented on Division 1 Field

Let me take you back in time to five years ago to my freshman year. At this point in time, Hawk Pride was the highest it had ever been. Student sections were packed, hallways were decorated during spirit week, and one freshman was even kidnapped by the senior class and ransomed for pizza and soda.

The Beginning of the Hawks

It’s back to school for the Woodland Hawks, which means the start of another exciting season for the boy’s football team. Coach, Chris Moffo, led the boys into their first game on Friday, September 8th at 7:00 P.M at Crosby High School, along with senior captains Justin Morrone, Jackson Henry, and Joseph Kmetz. When asked

Dear Incoming Freshman 2.0

My sophomore year, I wrote a piece entitled “Dear Incoming Freshman”. It’s only been two years since I wrote my first advice article, but I feel as though I have lived a million lifetimes since. Seeing as I am now a sage, wise elderly person (I celebrated my 17th birthday last month) I figured I

Woodland Takes On Halo Awards

Throughout the school year, especially towards the end, students are recognized for the hard work they put into their academics, sports teams, and clubs. It was finally the Drama Club’s turn to be recognized for all of their hard work. The Woodland Drama Club attended the 2017 Halo Awards, an awards ceremony which highlights the

Woodland Deca “Helping Hands” Event

The Woodland Regional High School chapter of DECA is hosting a charity event for the Moscariello family, called Helping Hands at 9 a.m. on Saturday June 10, 2017. The event will be held in the second floor courtyard, and will consist of a competition to see who can hold their hand on a schoolbus without

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