Tag Archives: Woodland Regional High School

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Running to honor fallen soldiers

  BEACON FALLS — Woodland Regional High School Principal Kurt Ogren admits he has lost a step since the days he ran cross country and track at Hamden High School…

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Board awards bid for roof repair

BEACON FALLS — The Region 16 Board of Education awarded a $51,575 bid last week to a West Hartford company to repair and replace the roof over the art wing…

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At odds over easement

BEACON FALLS — The town of Beacon Falls and Region 16 Board of Education have taken opposing stances when it comes to an easement on the Woodland Regional High School…

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Slideshow: WRHS graduation

BEACON FALLS — The Woodland Regional High School Class of 2014 graduated June 20 during a ceremony at the school. PHOTOS BY ELIO GUGLIOTTI

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Leaving the Woods behind

BEACON FALLS — The Class of 2014 is out of the Woods. About 170 Woodland Regional High School seniors took their final steps as high school students last Friday during…

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Graduation ceremonies set

Graduation plans are in place for Naugatuck and Woodland Regional high schools. Naugatuck High’s graduation will take place at 6 p.m. on June 24. For the second year in a…

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Rotary Club seeks host families

BEACON FALLS — The Beacon Falls Rotary Club is seeking three families interested in hosting an exchange student during the 2014-15 school year. The student will be attending Woodland Regional…

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Artistic opportunities

Students receive lesson on creative careers BEACON FALLS — A career in the arts is a viable path to take and not just for “starving artists.” That’s the message students…

WRHS Hall of Fame opening nominations

BEACON FALLS — The Woodland Regional High School Hall of Fame committee is seeking nominations for its third class, which will be inducted this fall. This will be the first…

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A studio to call home

BEACON FALLS — Woodland Regional High School digital media teacher Ralph Riello used to always tell his students that one day the high school would have its own TV studio….