The Dragon’s Den

Camille Howard

Welcome back to the home of the Dragons! This week at WHS was a full one- aside from the Snow day in Wednesday- so let’s get right to the News from Woodland High School. 

The Jobs for Maine Graduates and student council are working together to prepare a variety show for you to come and enjoy, and they’re currently seeking talent. If anyone would like to perform a song, dance, or a comedy routine or skit, you should call either Carl Ripley or Paul Storey at 427-3325 to get your name in the program. The show is going to be on Saturday, April 12th, so if you don’t want to perform, come and enjoy the entertainment! 

The Project Graduation class of 2014 had their annual spaghetti supper and Chinese auction last weekend. Lots of people came out for the yummy spaghetti and sauce, and the auction that had lots of desirable gift cards, candles, and other home decor items.  Thanks to everyone who came out and supported he class of 2014. 

Junior class members and members of the Jobs for Maine Graduates participated in the Accuplacer test this week. This is the placement for most community colleges in the country. For students who are interested in going to a community college, this test tells them what their entry level into their classes would be. For goes who are looking at a four-year college experience, this test is just a way of getting used to taking standardized tests before the big SAT. 

On Thursday, several of our seniors were on the DownEast Dream Team in their basketball game against the Harlem Superstars.  Damon Lincoln, Courtney James, and Toby Tomah represented WHS in is fun game. Many students came out to watch the event too. Altogether it was a really fun evening of hilarity and trick shots. 

That just about wraps up this week at WHS. This coming Monday marks the end of the third quarter, leaving just one quarter before summer vacation. Come back next week for more news from WHS, and until then, thanks for checking in.