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Woodland senior guard Tanner Kingsley, left, is presented a game ball from Woodland boys basketball coach Tom Hunt Jan. 11 for becoming the first player in the history of the boys basketball program to reach 1,000 points. Kinglsey, who was honored before the Hawks game versus Naugatuck in Beacon Falls, reached the milestone Jan. 7 with 24 points against Holy Cross. –KYLE BRENNAN

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Naugatuck High students Michelle Wright, left, and Shawnna Garcia pose for a picture with Calvary Chapel Church Pastor Jered Murphy in front of presents at Naugatuck Head Start in Central Avenue School. The presents were for Operation Head Start, a program initiated by the church for third year in a row for the holidays. Students and staff from Naugatuck High helped out with the program as well. Wright and Garcia coordinated, supervised and dropped off of all of the boxes.-CONTRIBUTED

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Santa visited with dancers from the Horgan Academy of Irish Dance in Naugatuck Dec. 21. Pictured with Santa is Irish dance teacher Irene Horgan. -CONTRIBUTED

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The Think Like Sherlock Holmes event was held Jan. 9 at Algonquin School in Prospect. The event, hosted by Woodland English teachers Joelle Kilcourse and Paul Geary, was part of Region 16’s One Region, One Book program. Students are currently reading The Complete Sherlock Holmes Vol. 1 as part of the program. Kilcourse said they chose the book because Sherlock Holmes is experiencing a renaissance at the moment and they felt the students would enjoy reading the classic stories. The event was paid for through an innovative grant from the district. –LUKE MARSHALL

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The Think Like Sherlock Holmes event was held Jan. 9 at Algonquin School in Prospect. The event, hosted by Woodland English teachers Joelle Kilcourse and Paul Geary, was part of Region 16’s One Region, One Book program. Students are currently reading The Complete Sherlock Holmes Vol. 1 as part of the program. Kilcourse said they chose the book because Sherlock Holmes is experiencing a renaissance at the moment and they felt the students would enjoy reading the classic stories. The event was paid for through an innovative grant from the district. –LUKE MARSHALL

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The Think Like Sherlock Holmes event was held Jan. 9 at Algonquin School in Prospect. The event, hosted by Woodland English teachers Joelle Kilcourse and Paul Geary, was part of Region 16’s One Region, One Book program. Students are currently reading The Complete Sherlock Holmes Vol. 1 as part of the program. Kilcourse said they chose the book because Sherlock Holmes is experiencing a renaissance at the moment and they felt the students would enjoy reading the classic stories. The event was paid for through an innovative grant from the district. –LUKE MARSHALL

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The Think Like Sherlock Holmes event was held Jan. 9 at Algonquin School in Prospect. The event, hosted by Woodland English teachers Joelle Kilcourse and Paul Geary, was part of Region 16’s One Region, One Book program. Students are currently reading The Complete Sherlock Holmes Vol. 1 as part of the program. Kilcourse said they chose the book because Sherlock Holmes is experiencing a renaissance at the moment and they felt the students would enjoy reading the classic stories. The event was paid for through an innovative grant from the district. –LUKE MARSHALL

Woodland senior guard Tanner Kingsley, left, is presented a game ball from Woodland boys basketball coach Tom Hunt Jan. 11 for becoming the first player in the history of the boys basketball program to reach 1,000 points. Kinglsey, who was honored before the Hawks game versus Naugatuck in Beacon Falls, reached the milestone Jan. 7 with 24 points against Holy Cross. –KYLE BRENNANNaugatuck High students Michelle Wright, left, and Shawnna Garcia pose for a picture with Calvary Chapel Church Pastor Jered Murphy in front of presents at Naugatuck Head Start in Central Avenue School. The presents were for Operation Head Start, a program initiated by the church for third year in a row for the holidays. Students and staff from Naugatuck High helped out with the program as well. Wright and Garcia coordinated, supervised and dropped off of all of the boxes.-CONTRIBUTEDSanta visited with dancers from the Horgan Academy of Irish Dance in Naugatuck Dec. 21. Pictured with Santa is Irish dance teacher Irene Horgan. -CONTRIBUTEDThe Think Like Sherlock Holmes event was held Jan. 9 at Algonquin School in Prospect. The event, hosted by Woodland English teachers Joelle Kilcourse and Paul Geary, was part of Region 16’s One Region, One Book program. Students are currently reading The Complete Sherlock Holmes Vol. 1 as part of the program. Kilcourse said they chose the book because Sherlock Holmes is experiencing a renaissance at the moment and they felt the students would enjoy reading the classic stories. The event was paid for through an innovative grant from the district. –LUKE MARSHALLThe Think Like Sherlock Holmes event was held Jan. 9 at Algonquin School in Prospect. The event, hosted by Woodland English teachers Joelle Kilcourse and Paul Geary, was part of Region 16’s One Region, One Book program. Students are currently reading The Complete Sherlock Holmes Vol. 1 as part of the program. Kilcourse said they chose the book because Sherlock Holmes is experiencing a renaissance at the moment and they felt the students would enjoy reading the classic stories. The event was paid for through an innovative grant from the district. –LUKE MARSHALLThe Think Like Sherlock Holmes event was held Jan. 9 at Algonquin School in Prospect. The event, hosted by Woodland English teachers Joelle Kilcourse and Paul Geary, was part of Region 16’s One Region, One Book program. Students are currently reading The Complete Sherlock Holmes Vol. 1 as part of the program. Kilcourse said they chose the book because Sherlock Holmes is experiencing a renaissance at the moment and they felt the students would enjoy reading the classic stories. The event was paid for through an innovative grant from the district. –LUKE MARSHALLThe Think Like Sherlock Holmes event was held Jan. 9 at Algonquin School in Prospect. The event, hosted by Woodland English teachers Joelle Kilcourse and Paul Geary, was part of Region 16’s One Region, One Book program. Students are currently reading The Complete Sherlock Holmes Vol. 1 as part of the program. Kilcourse said they chose the book because Sherlock Holmes is experiencing a renaissance at the moment and they felt the students would enjoy reading the classic stories. The event was paid for through an innovative grant from the district. –LUKE MARSHALL

Naugatuck High students Michelle Wright, left, and Shawnna Garcia pose for a picture with Calvary Chapel Church Pastor Jered Murphy in front of presents at Naugatuck Head Start in Central Avenue School. The presents were for Operation Head Start, a program initiated by the church for third year in a row for the holidays. Students and staff from Naugatuck High helped out with the program as well. Wright and Garcia coordinated, supervised and dropped off of all of the boxes.-CONTRIBUTED

Naugatuck High students Michelle Wright, left, and Shawnna Garcia pose for a picture with Calvary Chapel Church Pastor Jered Murphy in front of presents at Naugatuck Head Start in Central Avenue School. The presents were for Operation Head Start, a program initiated by the church for third year in a row for the holidays. Students and staff from Naugatuck High helped out with the program as well. Wright and Garcia coordinated, supervised and dropped off of all of the boxes.-CONTRIBUTED

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