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Ink magazine celebrates student writing

Adrianna Lora, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018

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The ninth annual edition of the high school students' writing collection, Ink, will be released after the first semester. Ink is a non-juried collection of writing, meaning that everything submitted by students gets publishe...

Students hear from prison inmates on field trip to correctional facility

Abigail Armstrong, Contributing Writer

January 5, 2018

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In November, students in Critical Issues in Health class visited a correctional facility to learn about life in prison and how to avoid ending up there. Ms. Wright teaches critical health issues class at Monroe-Woodbury and is ...

Monroe-Woodbury’s Interact Club rings bells for charity

Hannah Luckman, Contributing Writer

December 22, 2017

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The Interact Club is ringing bells at Walmart, ShopRite, and Stop and Shop to raise money for the Salvation Army during weekends in December. Interact has participated in many projects this year such as the Breast Cancer Wa...

Boys indoor track has high hopes for season

John Tracey, Contributing Writer

December 20, 2017

Filed under News, Sports

The boys' indoor track team has high goals and expectations for this season. The team has been practicing regularly since November and the runners and the coaches are hoping the hard work pays off. “Our goal this season i...

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