Wednesday, August 12th Community Meeting via Zoom
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Region 16 Board of Education Meeting, August 12, 2020 is at Prospect Elementary School
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Woodland Regional High School
Please share in the congratulations for this year's Class of 2021 inductees to the National Honor Society, and congratulate the Class of 2020 members as they move on after graduation.
Congratulations to this year's Long River National Junior Honor Society Inductees! Students who gain acceptance are admitted on the following criteria:
Scholarship (95 GPA or above)
Congratulations to all new members and their families on this momentous achievement!
Thank you to Jake Veillette of Hawk Headlines for taking photos of the ceremony (link attached).
LRMS Cheerleading is back and it took no time to have a successful season! Coaches Crystal Periera and Denise Tafuto have worked hard with a group of 21 cheerleaders. This season they placed 2nd at the Wolcott Competition, 4th place at Junior NVLs
and took home the SPIRIT AWARD, and 3rd place at the Woodland Cheerfest. Way to go Wildcats!
Over 50 Long River students stayed after school on February 27th to take part in the One Region, One Book event to celebrate The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Students engaged in several kindness and community service activities including:
- Writing Positive Post its for Lockers
- Cards for Seniors
- Gratitude Pics
- Decorating an inspirational bulletin board
- Making oral hygiene bags for St. Vincent de Paul
Long River's National Junior Honor Society visited Prospect Elementary School for their annual Read Across America event. NJHS members visited the elementary classes to read their favorite picture books. Another wonderful R16 event!
Glen Franoeur returned home on January 30, 2020 to see his girls! Thank you for your Service!!