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July 26, 2017

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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

Region 16 Dress Drive

Now that Spring has began events held at Long River Middle School such; Dinner Dance, Awards Ceremony, and the Promotion of Eighth Graders is right around the corner. With all these special occasions approaching Long River has asked for donations of gently used special occasion dresses. Those who have dresses that do no longer fit,

BREAKING: PRESIDENT’S BOAT SINKS

This years AP Physics class wanted to do something fun and exciting for the end of the year. In just about all AP classes, students will tell you the year isn’t over once you take the exam. However, this class did not do your usual research paper or presentation…they took a trip to the pool

WRHS Cheer Team 16-17

the WRHS cheerleading team is holding tryouts this week on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Here are some highlights from last years 2016/2017 season

Mrs Geary’s Hearty Home Cooked Meals

Things your readers should know: I don’t really measure anything. And I rarely make anything the same way twice. I use organic ingredients when it makes sense and I can afford it. For example, celery must be organic because it’s one of the “dirty dozen,” a list of fruits and vegetables that get treated with

Woodland Senior Leaves Her Mark

Woodland Softball battled rival, Naugatuck High School, on Wednesday, May 10th. The Hawks are  led by Captains Maddie Hupprich, Jennifer Triana, and Emily Brouillette. Although they  lost 8-2 to Naugatuck High School, the team will always remember the game as a day they did something amazing. The Hawks struggled this year after losing many valuable

EXPOfest Awards

From the struggles of war to the struggles at home after war, a veteran’s life is not easy.  But, this often is not realized by many Americans who take their freedoms for granted. In their two documentaries, which won awards at the EXPOfest 2017, Isabella Fabrizi and Caitlyn Martin were able to bring these struggles

Chromebooks: What is the plan for next year?

In the 2016-2017 school year, the freshmen and sophomore got their own personal chromebooks to take home. They also get to keep it for over the summer for their summer work. The seniors and juniors didn’t get them, however upcoming seniors are getting chromebooks next year that they get to take to college with them.

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