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August 18, 2017

Best Buddies

Best Buddies Celebrates Halloween

For the majority of the time, celebrating Halloween doesn’t start until the holiday. This year at Woodland Regional High School, Best Buddies celebrated early at their monthly chapter meeting.  Mummy contests, halloween themed snacks, and halloween hangman were just some of the themed activities. The mummy contest asked everyone to grab a partner and make

Best Buddies Continues Life-changing Tradition

Continuing the tradition of creating new friendships, Best Buddies has touched lives in its two years of existence.  With friendships, relationships, and bonds that will not be broken, it is more than just a club; it is a life changing experience. Woodland Best Buddies is planning several events that will aid in increasing participation.  So

Senior Project Spot Light: Emma Sardinskas Brings Love for Best Buddies to Elementary Level

After participating in Peer Buddies for four years and helping found the Best Buddies chapter at Woodland Regional High School, senior Emma Sardinskas is hoping to share her love for these two programs with students at Community School in Prospect. As her senior project, Sardinskas is working with students with and without disabilities at an

The ‘Master of Misperception’ to Visit Woodland

Community members of Woodland Regional High School will dive into their subconscious minds with Dr. Steve Taubman’s hypnotism, magic, and mind reading. Dr. Steve Taubman, Master of Misperception in Hypnosis and Beyond, will visit Woodland on Friday, March 7th at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium. Tickets are being sold during lunch waves for ten dollars

Unified Sports Shoot Some Hoops

The Unified Sports team was anxiously awaiting their first basketball game on Friday, January 17. The players were eager to face Wilby’s Unified Sports team. Their game took place following the Woodland girls’ basketball game. Many Woodland fans came to watch the exciting basketball game as the Hawks worked together to score twelve points. Senior,

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