Jazzy Hands for Jazz Band

Mya Petchark

October 22, 2014

Filed under News

Jazz Ensemble is a class where all woodwind, brass, piano, guitar, bass guitar, and percussion instruments are welcome. Students learn the language, skills, habits, and techniques for music through participation. They learn from...

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...

What’s Up in Culinary

Alicia Labrecque

October 21, 2014

Filed under News

Mrs. Montanaro’s cooking classes are always making something scrumptious. Sometimes it’s tarts and pies in bakeshop and other times it’s spaghetti and meatballs in culinary. Either way, it is guaranteed that whatever they...

Current and Future Art Department Events

Amy Virga

October 21, 2014

Filed under News

The art program is one part of the school that is sometimes overlooked.  However, the art department produces creative projects by hardworking students every year, specifically the Advanced Art classes.  So far this year, the...

PSATs vs SATs

Antonio Jenne

October 21, 2014

Filed under News

The PSATs are supposed to help the average student prepare for the SATs, but preparing for one test might be a little different than preparing for the other. The tests may be similar in theory, but it is not the exact same...

First Impressions

Belén Weckström

October 21, 2014

Filed under Student Life

It’s been almost two months ago since I left my home in Finland and came to America to be an foreign exchange student. The morning of my first day in Waterford High School, I was terrified - would I be left alone? Would I be...

Sports Related Concussions

Nehemiah Knight

October 21, 2014

Filed under Sports

Concussions can diminish an athlete’s chance of becoming a professional athlete. Concussions happen when the brain slides back against the skull. Most people think it is because of how hard someone hits their head. This does...

WATERFORDrama Pre-workshop

Rachel Dondero

October 20, 2014

Filed under Opinion

As a beginner to WATERFORDrama, I was a bit apprehensive when it came to getting involved. I wasn’t quite sure what the people or environment would be like. I walked into the auditorium for the first workshop and everyone was...

WATERFORDrama’s Fall Play

Isabel Cavalieri

October 20, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

WATERFORDrama has always produced cutting-edge plays that keep the audience on the edge of their seats. This year is  no different. I AM is the first play produced by WATERFORDrama that has been both written and performed by...

First Lancer Fair

Alice Hanson

October 20, 2014

Filed under Student Life

The first Lancer Fair took place in the auditorium lobby on October 14 and 15 and was run by the students of Waterford High School. The purpose of the fair was to introduce the high school to 8th graders, and it was a huge hit. Eighth...