For the readers among the region, we all share a common dream—meeting the authors of the books we have come to cherish over the years. Finally, the chance we have been waiting for is here. On June 10th, the Prospect Public Library will be running an author chat at Woodland Regional High School, where any
First Woodland, then the world. Over the past several years, journalists for WRHSmedia::Journalism, Woodland’s Journalism department, have heard this phrase nearly every day. Coined by Journalism Advisor, Jim Amato, the phrase refers to the program’s goal of extending its coverage past Woodland’s walls. This year, the program was given its chance. Each year, the Columbia
In order to introduce his AP World History class to the topic of World War I, History Teacher Chris Tomlin brought original WWI gear into class. Some of this gear was used by his own great-grandfather during the war, while the rest has been collected over the years. These century-old items include a uniform, dog
Student Body President Ayah Galal delivers her State of the School Address for the 2013-2014 school year.
On March 5th, the WRSC held their March Press Conference to outline upcoming events for the Student Council.
This Valentine’s Day, children at Yale-New Haven Hospital received a heartfelt surprise. More than forty toys were delivered to patients currently receiving treatments. These toys were collected by senior Jess Crosby, who ran a toy drive over the months of January and February for her senior project. At each home basketball game, toys were collected
On Thursday, December 19th, the Woodland Regional Student Council held a card-making event for its members, as well as the student body. These cards will be sent to children that are in the hospital this holiday season. “I think it’s great because we are able to reach out to others and it brings happiness to
In the spirit of the holidays, Woodland’s Interact club is collecting supplies and letters for military care packages, which will be sent to Woodland alumni that are currently serving. Each year, the Interact president chooses a theme for their projects throughout the year. Interact president Casey Stevens’ chose aiding Woodland alumni that have gone into
During the freshmen assembly on Friday, Student Body President, Ayah Galal, presented the Class of 2017 with a check for $100.00, donated by the Woodland Regional Student Council. Freshman, Class President, Alyssa Varesio, accepted the check on behalf of the freshman class.
In just a couple weeks, Woodland’s halls will turn into a Halloweentown with chilling decorations filling each doorway. From 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm on Saturday October 26th, the Woodland Regional Student Council will host its first spooky event for children ten and under. Kids from surrounding towns can attend wearing their Halloween costumes and
Woodland Hawks beat Derby with a score of 7 to 0.