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History Day team advances to states

Jocelyn Bohlman, Opinions Editor

March 7, 2016

The History Day team is looking to lead another successful year after seven of the teams advanced at the regional competition on March 5 at Mansfield Middle School. The National History Day Organization offers middle schoolers and hig...

Brief: Poetry Out Loud school winner named

February 12, 2016

Three students from the Poetry Out Loud club participated in the School Poetry Recitation Contest  in the library on January 22. Junior Pearl Liu won the competition and advanced to the State Regional Semi-finals. Englis...

Brief: Farmington residents take the plunge

February 12, 2016

The annual Penguin Plunge was held at Winding Trails on January 31, to raise money for Special Olympics. This year, a total of 160 plungers participated, raising over$40,000. The money was donated to the 13,000 athletes involved in the Spe...

Brief: Video Conferencing Cart available for use

February 12, 2016

This past December, the technology department created the Video Conferencing Cart. This new addition was made so students can contact outside professionals. The cart has a computer, a large screen and webcam. “The cart crea...

Mormon temple nears completion

Anna Green and Bella Podgorski

February 12, 2016

   After years of progress, the Hartford Connecticut (Mormon) Temple on Route 4 is nearing completion with an opening date planned for fall of 2016.   “Much of the interior work is done. They are putting the face on the building, the steeple ...

Students lead instructional rounds

Bella Podgorski, Photography Editor

December 18, 2015

  Students have taken a lead in school instructional rounds, an observation and discussion process that focuses on the teaching and learning that takes place in classrooms.   The observers are typically both adminis...

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