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Woodland senior Chloe Campbell is looking to raise $2,000 for the Special Olympics of Connecticut through the penguin Plunge in March as her senior project. Campbell has taken the plunge every year since sixth grade for her younger brother Matthew, who has autism. - CONTRIBUTED

Annual winter dip holds special meaning for Woodland senior

Every winter since sixth grade, Chloe Campbell has taken a plunge into frigid waters to help raise money for the organization that has meant so much to her little brother….

Students prepared hors d'oeuvres for parents and teachers for an event Monday morning. - LARAINE WESCHLER

Woodland students cook up tasty program

BEACON FALLS — Woodland Regional High School culinary students served up plates of hot hors d’oeuvres and bite-sized desserts Monday morning despite weather-related delays. About 25 students from Culinary 1…

CONTRIBUTED Woodland senior Caitlyn Sousa shows off her message that ‘Love is louder than the pressure to be perfect’ in the halls of Woodland Regional High School. Sousa is bringing the positive message campaign to the school for her senior project.

Woodland students embrace ‘Love is Louder’ campaign

Woodland Regional High School senior Caitlyn Sousa knows that love is louder than the pressure to be perfect. It’s a lesson she learned after struggling with body image and coming…

Woodland students rehearse a scene from the Woodland production of 'Stage Door.' at Woodland Regional High School Monday.

Woodland theatre presents ‘Stage Door’

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story had incorrectly reported that the Woodland Theatre Department has never produced a play. The department has not produced a play since Susan…

Woodland students screamed for the Hawks at their pep rally Nov. 23 before the big football game vs. Seymour that night.
Woodland lost 2-0 versus Granby Memorial Monday in the second round of the Class M tournament.
Woodland lost 3-0 versus Sheehan in the Class M quarterfinals Monday.
Woodland vs. Holy Cross Monday - RA
The Greyhounds faced off against the Hounds and the Eagles in cross country Tuesday at Naugatuck High School. Naugatuck took first place for boys and girls.
The Hawks shut down the Hearts 41-18 at their home game Sept. 15.