ATTENTION!! This Friday’s home football game will be a GREEN OUT in support of Kylee Barrett’s senior project for traumatic brain injury awareness and research. Bring some money for a miracle minute during halftime. SPREAD THE WORD!!
Harry made a surprise appearance at tonight’s home game!! Congrats to the football team on their 49-0 win against Wilby! GO HAWKS!
#repost from @thewrsg • • CONGRATS to the new class of 2022 officers! Good luck to you all this year!
Make sure to click the link in our bio and watch Maddy Vallillo’s video on 9/11. Woodland students give their perspective on the topic as we memorialize the tragedy 17 years later.
This is my #firstdayofschool face! Cheers to a new year! 🎉📚
Rock: painted Seniors: back This year: memorable Are you ready for a great year?
Here is the semester one lunch schedule for the 2018-2019 school year. Please recheck which lunch you are in as the previous schedule that was sent out was incorrect.
The freshman class of 2022 is HERE! On Monday, Woodland Student Government held an orientation for the newcomers. The kids got tours, practiced opening their lockers, and went through a simulation of their schedule. Tour guides welcomed the students to the woods. Be sure to do the same on our first day of school, Monday, August 27th.
The Woodland Cheer Team is hosting a Youth Night in support of Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness and Research. The event is Kylee Barrett’s senior capstone, and students in K-8 are welcome. The cost per child is $25. Please read attached flyers for more information.
Pictures from the student government induction ceremony. Class officers were inducted as well as senators, and student body representatives. Photos by Deb Flaherty
Hawk Headline’s own Christina Vlamis took the stage one last time with her co-actress Eliana Cambra. She performed her senior capstone project, which was to write her own one-act script. Vlamis has been active on the Woodland stage for the past 4 years, and even had a childhood in theatre (See Jennifer Guluzy’s article titled, Feature:: Christina Vlamis on Hawk Headlines for more). While this may be her last time performing at Woodland, Vlamis will be studying theatre at Western Connecticut State University. (Photo Credit: Jim Amato)
A very important announcement from the media center. All students and seniors, please return your library books. Seniors especially, please return or pay for the item or you WILL NOT BE ABLE TO WALK AT GRADUATION! Thank you!
Hawk Headlines celebrated their Black and White Awards on June 1st: an annual ceremony where outstanding work is featured, including photos, videos, and articles. It is also the induction night for students entering the Quill and Scroll Honor Society. This year, Alexandria Cianciolo, Andrea Hansen, and Madelyn Vallillo were all inducted for their hard work and journalism excellence. Seniors were also recognized, receiving gifts, and celebrating their years of hard work.
The girl’s swim team will be hosting an ice cream social at Woodland on June 14th for those interested in joining the team, or for those who are rejoining the team for its 18-19 season. For further information, please contact Amy Brooks, or Brandi Burkowsky.
The other day, Creative Writing had it’s annual Technicolor Awards where the seniors got graduation cords, student-voted awards were given out, and two keynote speakers spoke on the subject of writing in the real world. It was a night of appreciation, delicious snacks, and some sad goodbyes to the seniors.
Outdoor Track and Field Hype Video by Alex Cianciolo!
Apple announced their newest software for iOS. Features include updates to Siri, such as app suggestions, and a feature called Screentime which works to limit iPhone use through tracking how long you use apps for. The biggest highlight, and a feature many people have been waiting for is multi-way FaceTime, with up to a whopping 32 people. The update will be released later this year, with public betas coming this summer.
SENIORS: DM us with what you will be leaving behind to your younger friends! The second picture is an example of what the Senior Will looked like last year.