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July 26, 2017

Humans of R16

Mia Bissonnette

“My favorite color is yellow. I feel like it brings a lot of joy into this world. It’s very pure. For example, the sun, happiness, and butternut squash are all yellow.”

Katelyn Terpstra

“People tend to be afraid of things they don’t understand, so I feel as if the world will be a better place if people took the time to understand and accept rather than look down at others.”

Madelyn Vallillo

“Gotcha Day is the day that an adopted child is chosen by their parents. On October 13, 2003 I was adopted in China after 10 months of being in an orphanage. My name before I was adopted was Chin Hua Jiang before my parents decided I was a Madelyn. My gotcha day means a lot

Isiah Miller

“My favorite part of Woodland is the environment that students and teachers create. Teachers like Mr. Riello teach based on experience which is very helpful to me, considering I want to work in the communication field.”

Laura Vitzoski

“If I could go anywhere? Well I’m not really the type of person that has wanted to travel all over. As long as I’m doing something off-the-wall crazy I can really go anywhere. I think it matters what you’re doing more than where you are. My mom wanted to go to Bermuda for the summer and

Teacher Feature: Jennifer Carvalho

Woodland has a wide variety of educators, ranging from skydivers to marathon-runners. The school is embellished with hundreds of teachers, each with their own experiences and perspectives used to better their students’ education. This year Woodland has added to its diverse staff with the addition of Jennifer Carvalho, a well-traveled teacher with experience in international

Veronica Moscariello

“Unified Sports has basically taught me how much people appreciate the little things like scoring a basket, because when you see the smile on their face after they score it’s absolutely priceless. I can’t even describe the feeling knowing that when you pass the ball to them you are the reason they are smiling. This

Rose Reynolds

“Today in Ms. Block’s class, Megen Sirowich thought it would be funny to put the contents of my pencil case in my hair. I think it really represents my skills in communicating with others.”

Abel Rodriguez

“I moved to Beacon Falls last summer.  Before school started, I was walking with my brother and a strange car stopped to pick us up.  Mind you, we had no clue who the driver was, but he was some red-headed kid.  He didn’t even know us, but he let my brother drive his car.  He

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