The the senior Class of 2018 won Prep-Rally and in honor, this hype video was made. Enjoy!
Photos taken by Andrea Hansen, Emma Flaherty, Jennifer Guluzy, and Jake Veillette.
Photos taken by Andrea Hansen and Sam Erickson.
Photos taken by Andrea Hansen and Jake Veillette.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s that time of year where all Woodland students come together and show their school pride. Woodland’s Spirit Week begins this Monday, so make sure to bring your school spirit. Monday, November 20th, will be Futuristic Day. Students may dress up as what they want to be when they
Colin Kennelly “I woke up this morning and said, ‘you know what I need to do today? Put my shirt on inside out because that way people way people won’t know what it says and I like to be mysterious. Then, after I did that, I realized that I forgot to put my undershirt on
In all sports, practice matters. And nowhere was that more apparent than the 2016 Woodland PowderPuff Classic. In a 28-0 rout, The Black Team, led by PowderPuff Champion coach, Chris Decker, demonstrated just how important practice is for a team. Led by impressive performances by Megen Sirowich, the ladies in black ran right through Coach
Photos by Julia Caruso Story by Taylor Amore For the second year in a row, Pep Rally was a month after Spirit Week, but the spirit was still there. From the first event, the obstacle course, students were up on their feet cheering for their grade. Chants began in each set of bleachers and throughout
Spirit Week 2014 is just around the corner. But this year, there is ANOTHER week to bring out Hawk Pride. This year there is a brand new event sponsored by the Student Government–Woodland Way Week. Stretching from November 17th– 21st, this week is a way to generate school spirit. Fittingly named, this week showcases the positivity
Flowered headbands and peace signs. Leg warmers and perms. Disco and bright colors. Leather jackets and fancy dresses. The students of Woodland Regional High School dressed to impress during Spirit Week on Wednesday, November 20th. Each class’s hallway was decorated by students to represent a different time period. The freshmen had the 60’s era, sophomores
Dressing up, Hallway Decorating, and Pep Rally are all activities Woodland students look forward to in November. While this year started off no different than in the past, things quickly began to change for the students as this special November week began. Each year Woodland’s Student Council hosts “Spirit Week”. A time when the student