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Woodland Cheerleaders held their Senior Night on Wednesday, February 17, to congratulate their five seniors on four successful years.
Black and Gold! Go Hawks Go! Juniors and seniors at Woodland Regional High School will be dressing up in black and gold for the first spring pep rally since Woodland was opened in 2001. For several years, students have yearned to have a spring pep rally to celebrate the winter and spring sports and this
Go Grease Lightning! The hunks and gorgeous gals of Woodland Regional High School will soon be transforming themselves into the T-birds and Pink Ladies of Rydell High. The roles have been cast for the production of Grease and the Woodland Drama Club is working hard to put together this musical. Karlee Vogel, playing innocent Sandy
Electronic cigarettes, also known as “e-cigarettes”, are a craze among today’s teenagers. This device is a substitute for an actual cigarettes. E-cigarettes are not allowed in school because they are grouped among tobacco products. Although these devices may not be as harmful as traditional cigarettes, they still release nicotine. Woodland has a zero tolerance policy
The Woodland Boys’ Tennis team is heading into a new era–the Magas era. For the first time since 2011, Michael Magas, business teacher at Woodland, is wielding his racket to coach these athletes for a shot at the title. Magas has previously coached the Girls’ Tennis team at Woodland and has also coached at Thomaston
For six years now, the Digital Media department has wanted a new video and audio recording studio. Now, they’re finally going to get it and teacher, Ralph Riello has big plans for their new work space. “The intention is for it to be a production studio,” said Riello. The studio will be used for classes
At the faculty meeting on December 4th, four teachers from Woodland Regional High School participated in a chili cook-off. The teachers that participated were Brian Fell, Athletic Director and Assistant Principal, Megan Hatch, English teacher, Loren Luddy, Spanish teacher, and Mary Hrenko, Math Teacher. Once the chili’s were created, other teachers tried each of the
Drama, drama, drama. Woodland Regional High School’s renowned Drama Club is putting on their version of The Miracle Worker, a story about Helen Keller’s inspirational life. This award winning group has put on several productions since their start three years ago including Little Shop of Horrors, West Verona Story, and Once on This Island. But
For twelve years Woodland students have been following a school dress code – for the most part. Region 16 has a dress code, however there is no specific dress code for Woodland. Every day, many students walk around school with violations of the Region 16 dress code. For example, open-toed shoes are listed as one
Early in May, Newsweek released the list of the top 2,000 schools in the nation. Out of 5,000 schools that were invited to submit their information approximately 2,500 of these schools did. Out of the schools that did submit their information Woodland was ranked 1,429th. Aside from the national ranking of 1,429th, Woodland was also