Blankets for Kids Each year the Interact club makes blankets for different organizations that help with kids. The Interact club gets all the volunteers together and makes tie blankets. “The tie blankets are a relatively easy craft that warms the hearts of the children we donate them to,” said member, Casey Stevens. Casey and
With the hit show Glee becoming a favorite of Ally Tuohy and Rebecca Norton’s last year, they chose to recreate it as their senior project. “Last year Rebecca and I would talk about the show and thought it would be cool to have a club like that at our school so we decided to make
WRHS Book Club will be reading Ned Vizzini’s 2006 novel, It’s Kind of a Funny Story, during the month of October. In a nutshell, the book is about a teenager, Craig, who succumbs to the pressures of his prestigious prep school, and winds up in a psychiatric hospital for a week. While there, he encounters
The Woodland Drama Club will hold its first meeting on Tuesday, October 5th from 2:15 to 2:40 in the auditorium. Anyone who has interest in participating in any or all of the theatrical productions at Woodland should attend the meeting. At the meeting, the show, publicity, t-shirts, fundraisers, and movie nights will be discussed. Any
The Woodland Regional High School Book Club will hold its first meeting on September 30th in room 212 at 2:15 P.M. All students are welcomed and encouraged to attend. If you have any questions, see Mr. Geary or Mrs.Kilcourse. Photo Credit: http://tnrdlibrary.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/book-club-book.jpg
So … this is our next Book Club selection – Stieg Larsson’s The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. Were trying something different for this book selection – instead of reading it and then having a book club discussion, we’re going to try to have our discussions online, via the Book Club Blog. I have not
Join the Book Club and participate in reading In the Woods by Tana French during their next meeting on Thursday.
Any students interested in joining the Creative Writing Club should attend the meetings, which are held every Thursday after school in the Media Center. If you are planning on joining the Creative Writing Club, sign up now outside of the Media Center. For additional information, contact Katie Patrick or Mrs. Papa. Photo Credit: http://www.teensygreen.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/writing-2.jpg
Abbey Road, a Beatles Tribute Band, is coming to Woodland. The concert is being sponsered by the WRHS Fine Arts Booster Club and the Beacons Falls Lioness Club. This event will take place on Saturday, March 27th at 7:00 p.m. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. VIP seats are on sale for$60.
Winter is on its way and that means only one thing to some people, skiing. The Woodland ski club will be gearing up soon in preparation for the new season. A club meeting will be established in a couple of weeks and paperwork will be going home. There are a few things
Released from last block classes’ students flocked from each grade to the gymnasium. There were tables, signs hanging, apple cider and donuts. Students rushed to tables pushing by just to sign up for their favorite club. Teachers were even signing up for clubs. Student council came through with another clever idea. In the middle of
Unfortunately, Woodland High School will not be offering a Robotics Team for this school year. The Robotics Team was an after school club that gave students at Woodland the opportunity to join and create a robot that performed a specific task. As a team, all members worked together in hope to win when their robot