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January 23, 2018

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Senior Project Spotlight: Cami Wilcox

The average American spends time with family and loved ones during the holiday season, but this is not the case for all Americans. Thousands of  American soldiers are deployed overseas each year and many soldiers serve during the holiday season.  Alone and far away from those they care about during this time, they suffer from

Senior Project Spotlight: Chris Pinevich Gives Back to the Soldiers with Operation Paperback

Thousands of soldiers, who spend their days in one hundred degree heat, often wish for something to pass the time until they can be reunited with their loved ones. Fortunately, back home, we have selfless patriots like Chris Pinevich who rally the community in order to help those who defend our freedom. Chris Pinevich’s Senior

Senior Project Spotlight:: Mary Vlamis Guides Seniors in Aligning Themselves with a Political Candidate

This November, a large number of students at Woodland Regional High School will have the opportunity to vote for the 45th President of the United States. With the presidential race in full swing, many students may be unaware of the candidate they align with. Mary Vlamis, Woodland senior, hopes to help those seniors out. As

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

Stuffing a Bus for a Good Cause

When a school bus comes to mind, one usually thinks of early weekday mornings, crowded seats, and loud students. It is not often that non-perishable food items are pictured when thinking of a school bus. That is of course unless you’re thinking about a Stuff A Bus event, a fundraiser in which non-perishable food items

Teal Ribbons to help Remember

Teachers change lives. Their job is not just to grade students on their academic abilities, but also to motivate students to reach new heights. Teachers have the unique opportunity not only to educate, but to connect with students and get to know them on a deeper level. One teacher who exemplified those ideals and motivated

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