Photos taken by Andrea Hansen and Sam Erickson.
Photos taken by Andrea Hansen and Jake Veillette.
Photos taken by Andrea Hansen, Jake Veillette and Maddy Vallillo. For more picture go to https://www.flickr.com/photos/hawkheadlines/albums .
Woodland held their 15th annual Fine Arts Night on Thursday, November 19th. Woodland chorus, drama, composition and band performed as well as student artwork was on display in the Fine Arts hallway. Photo Credit: Amber Kolb and Veronica Dergachev
Students who may have difficulties fulfilling traditional graduation requirements now have the opportunity to participate in a non-traditional school model. Odyssey Ware, an online program introduced last year as a part of the alternative education program, helps students in the four core subjects: Math, Science, History, and English. The goal of this virtual school is
On June 10th the Region 16 website published a link to a School Climate Survey. The reason for this link being published was in order to help Region 16 in improving the school in order to make both parents and students happier. The survey focuses on the curriculum of the school, the safety of the
After spending six hours a day, or thirty hours a week at school doing academic work the last thing a student wants to do when they have free time is more work. In order to avoid this work students came up with a genius idea, procrastination. Procrastination can be defined as any useless task that
Starting tomorrow the sophomores will be taking the Connecticut Academic Performance Test (CAPT). Also during this time, freshmen will be taking practice CAPT tests in order to prepare them for next year. Not only at Woodland will these tests be conducted, but at high schools all across Connecticut. During the same time, elementary schools will
First exam each starts at 7:35 and ends at 9:05. Following the first exam there is a break from 9:05 until 9:25. The second exam starts at 9:30 and ends at 11:00. The block scheduling for the exams is as follows: Jan. 22nd- A and B block exams Jan. 23rd- C and D block exams Jan
When art teacher Lisa Seagren was visiting with her mother over the holiday vacation, she noticed that her mother had some unique homemade décor in her house. “She had these 3D paper snowflakes and they were gorgeous,” said Seagren. Her mother had learned to make the snowflakes through a group at her church. The
With only a week left until Midterm Exams many students are beginning to feel the stress. While in some classes review for the test has already began, a majority of classes are still learning new material. Even if all the material has not been reviewed in class, it may still appear on the midterm. Prior
With flu season in full swing germs are spreading faster than ever. At the same time the number of people covering their mouths and noses seems to be at an all time low. Taking a walk down the hallway during passing time is already a sticky situation on any given day. There are the kids