Honor Flight New England

Kelly O'Connor
October 21, 2014
Filed under News

Two hundred World War II veterans, pushed in wheelchairs by a companion, were commended by staff, patriotic citizens, and children holding signs when they landed in Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport on September 28. The men came from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Maine,... Read more »

Lancer Fair Promotes What WHS Has To Offer To Eighth Graders

Lancer Fair Promotes What WHS Has To Offer To Eighth Graders

October 16, 2014
Filed under News, Top Stories, Video

Kyle Chung, Class of 2014 alumni, put together this promotional video to give the current eighth graders at Clark Lane Middle School a view of what WHS has to offer, and what it mean to be part of Lancer Nation.

WHS Recycles

Natalie Bush
September 5, 2014
Filed under News

That’s right - if you have not heard yet, or seen the green posters around the school, Waterford High School does, in fact, recycle. But only if all of you participate! The issue we currently have is that the student body is not entirely informed of the recycling system. Students are throwing trash... Read more »

Principal’s First Year

Tricia Hauser
May 22, 2014
Filed under News

It’s always scary going to a new school, but being a new principal takes the cake. It is challenging. The goal is have students like you but, at the same time, respect you. It all has to equal out. This year happens to be Andre Hauser’s first year as principal. He has made a great impression on... Read more »

Mother’s Day

Melissa Close
May 7, 2014
Filed under News

Mothers’ Day is this upcoming Sunday and many students are scrambling to find the perfect gift for their mother.  Mothers’ Day is one of the most important holidays.  It is a day when people come together to celebrate and thank their mothers who raise and look after them, even during the most difficult... Read more »

Neverending Snow Days

Amanda Terry
February 22, 2014
Filed under News

First thing in the morning, the anticipated call from the Superintendent saying that all Waterford Schools are closed for the day makes everyone cheer, turn off their alarm clocks, and go back to bed. This is the feeling that students in Waterford have experienced multiple times this school... Read more »

Driving Safely During the Winter

Casey Collins
January 7, 2014
Filed under News

As 2014 arrives and the holidays move into our rear view mirrors, one thing we do not leave behind is the danger of driving in harsh weather conditions. New and old drivers alike can easily fall victim to the effects of snow on a road. According to recent studies conducted... Read more »

New Year Welcomes New Advisory

Tricia Hauser
November 18, 2013
Filed under Academic News, News

The new school year marks the beginning of a new focus on the Advisory period. This year there are a variety of activities, depending on the day of the week . For example, Mondays are club days, when kids can go to an advisory of their choice and enjoy different activities. Wednesdays, are... Read more »

Turkey Trot Trot Trot

Elaina Sullivan
November 18, 2013
Filed under News, Top Stories

Where will you be on Saturday, November 23? Starting at 9:00 a.m. at Great Neck Elementary School, the Waterford High School Class of 2014 will be hosting the 2nd Annual Turkey Trot. The Turkey Trot is a 5K road race, throughout the Great Neck area and welcomes runners and walkers of all... Read more »

Capt. Arnold E. Holm Jr. Remembered

Capt. Arnold E. Holm Jr. Remembered

Colin Harrington, Reporter
October 25, 2013
Filed under Alumni News, News, Top Stories

On May 26, 2013, the Civic Triangle Memorial Park was renamed the Arnold E. Holm Jr. Memorial Park. Holm was an attendant at Waterford High School and graduated in 1962. He was a memorable athlete and a true friend.  He and his best friend Bill Cavalieri walked past the Duck Pond every day to school. After... Read more »