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January 23, 2018


An Inside look at a Most Dangerous Job

   When a senior at Woodland picks their senior project, they are encouraged to pick something that they are interested in and want to do.    When Dr. Frank announced that this year we would have the opportunity to do an internship, I jumped at it.    For my senior project this year I am

Panoramic Senior Photo

   The senior’s took their final picture this afternoon.    The classic panoramic shot of the entire senior class was taken in the gym during todays advisory.    Mrs. Rydzick called all the seniors up to the gym during the beginning of the advisory so the shot could be taken.    Life Touch Studios, the

The Pipes, the Pipes are Calling

Woodland’s courtyard boomed with a strange noise this afternoon. The noise emanated from an odd-looking instrument, the bag pipe. It was played by senior, Colin Grommisch. Grommisch produced the strange noise by blowing into a pipe attached to a bladder of air which he squeezed to make the echoing tones. He comes from a family

Home Run Derby

Join Woodland Senior Lou Enama for his Senior Project, Home Run Derby. The event will be held on Saturday, April 24th at the Beacon Falls Recreation Complex. The Rec is located at 100 Pent Road. The Derby begins at 1 PM. To participate in the Home Run Derby, there is an entry fee of five

Breaking News: Relay Under the Lights

The musical performance part of Kate Frenette and Jill Pagoni’s senior project scheduled for this evening has been cancelled. The original senior project was a relay for monetary support for cancer while a concert consisting of local bands was organized as an extension of the relay. “The senior project was a relay for life and the

Shitia’s Senior Project Deemed a Success

Senior Projects are an important step to graduating from Woodland Regional High School. Some seniors collect cans, others organize fundraisers or assemblies to get the word out about certain charities and organizations. However, Mohamed Shitia, senior at Woodland Regional High School decided to do something a little different: organize a ping pong tournament. He could of

Blood Drive Success

Every year a student chooses to do a Blood Drive for their Senior Project. However, this year Robin Jazxhi surpassed all the others. On January 7th, 2010 Woodland Regional High School became part of a network of millions of Americans who donate their time, money and blood to the humanitarian work of the Red Cross.

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