Jobs You Never Thought Our Teachers Had

Channing Prins, Staff Writer

February 21, 2018


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Most teenagers by the age of 16 or 17 have a job. A lot of the time it is not a great job, and there are always crazy and funny stories about them. In the end, the job ends up teaching us skills we use in the future. Once upon a time our teachers were teenagers too. When thinking about our teachers, so...

Looking Back on 2017

Ryan Pfingst, Editor-in-Chief

January 5, 2018


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As 2017 comes to an end, we often find ourselves reflecting on what has happened in our lives the past year. Another 365 days have come and gone, with some of the best days, as well as some of the worst. While collectively it may not have been the greatest year, with the hurricanes, the political turmoil,...

Warwick’s MVPs

Sarah Kaplan, Travel Page Editor

November 1, 2017


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This fall, Warwick’s sports teams have once again taken the school by storm. There are days when you can look around the halls and see a collage of jerseys. Each team is made up of amazing athletes, but the purpose of this article is to highlight an individual on each team that had or is having an...

Sleepless

Anne Demetroules, School Page Editor

June 12, 2017


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How often do you say ‘you’re tired’ or that you want to go back to bed? A lot, right? More often than not you’ll find a teenager who’s said that a handful of times throughout the school day. A typical high school student needs around eight to ten hours of sleep every night. On average, they u...

Interact Talent Show

Interact Talent Show

Alexa Yuen, College Page Editor

March 23, 2017


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The arrival of spring is an exciting time, but for Interact Club members, the fresh air and warm weather is not the only thing they are looking forward to. The reason why? Every April, Interact Club holds their annual talent show. This show is not only an opportunity for Warwick students to showcase...

The New and Improved Library

The New and Improved Library

Nicolette Barbera, Website Manager

March 8, 2017


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Long were the days libraries were filled with just books. Since May 2016, students at Warwick Valley High School have been waiting for our newly renovated library. The day has come where our old book hub has transformed into a twenty-first century media center. While walking into our bolstered up library...

Danish Exchange Student

Danish Exchange Student

Ben Tate, Music Page Editor

December 1, 2016


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The definition of a foreign exchange student is “a secondary-school or college student who studies for a period, usually one year, at a foreign institution as part of a reciprocal program between two institutions or countries.” Students have gone to other countries for a wide variety of reasons, ...

Teachers, Keep your Views out of it.

Teachers, Keep your Views out of it.

Dorothy Finney, DIY Page Editor

December 1, 2016


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Politics, especially today, is a seriously influential topic. It seems that one’s apparent character is directly related to their political party, with of course exceptions. Without knowing every fact when it comes to voting or deciding which political party to join, the opinions of others can sway...

Studying Abroad

Studying Abroad

Rebecca Hybbeneth, Staff Writer

December 1, 2016


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Coming to an entirely different school is extremely stressful. Moving from one town to another iis one thing, but coming from a completely different county must be a whole different ball game. Learning the language, learning the cultures, while meeting all new people and making new friends. The Survey ...

The Famous Mr. Ekus

The Famous Mr. Ekus

Madeline DiPalmer, Entertainment

October 14, 2016


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We all know and love Mr Ekus. If you don’t know Mr. Ekus, he’s one of the best substitute teachers the school has to offer. You know you have Mr. Ekus if you walk into class and see “hello” written in multiple languages on the board. He has been a favorite substitute teacher in WVHS for years....

State VS. Private School

Olivia Astorino, Editor-In-Cheif

October 14, 2016


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Every junior and senior in high school has had to deal with the same dreaded questions; “what do you want to major in while in college? and what college do you want to go to?” These are questions that can cause extreme stress to a high school student to extreme highs. How could you possibly pick w...

What Makes a Good Teacher

Jennifer O'Reilly, Co-Editor of the Health Page

May 5, 2016


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What really makes an outstanding teacher? Many times in students’ educational careers, students come across some great teachers that really make an impact on them. Lucky enough for the students at Warwick Valley High School, there are many great teachers who help benefit students’ education for the...

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