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TAKE A LOOK INTO THE NJHS: The new NJHS members gather outside for their induction ceremony

NJHS ceremony inspires first Gathering back at school

Aleeza Raza, Author June 15, 2021

56 students were inducted into the NJHS on May 4th 2021; this joyous occasion took place in the WMS parking lot that afternoon.  Several town officials made speeches during the ceremony including Emily...

2D LEARNING: Students are trying their best, but is the technology enough?

Two dimensional learning: Students still struggle to learn in their homes

Lila Ulmer, Fall Editor January 28, 2021

Only a year ago, no one expected to be stuck in their homes for so long, much less due to an out of control pandemic. But here we are, after all these months, still getting educated through computers in...

OUR NEW REALITY: As shown in the picture, every day all of us have to wear a mask to prevent contracting the virus and spreading it to others.

The Public Perception of the Covid-19 Vaccine

Gabriella Rodriguez, Fall Editor January 28, 2021

Currently, our country is split in half. From the people who are willing to receive the vaccine and the side who are skeptical of this new vaccine and are not willing to get it. But both sides have legitimate...

Volleyball is one of the many things that have kept me busy!

What are middle schoolers doing with their free time?

Haley Carlson, Spring Editor June 10, 2020

It’s crazy to think that about eighty days ago the citizens of Woodbridge Township went into quarantine. Middle schoolers have been busy with school work the past few months, but with summer approaching,...

New Year, New Students, New School

New Year, New Students, New School

Caitlin O’Brien and Estefani Gonzalez January 30, 2020

Did you hear about the kidnapping at school? It’s okay he woke up. Well, most students are awake to see the new improvements to the school! The eighth, seventh, and sixth graders were away at Avenel...

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The World loses a Legend in Kobe Bryant

Luke Vazquez, Fall Editor January 30, 2020

The World loses a Legend This past Sunday, the world lost one of the greatest NBA players off all time. In a tragic helicopter crash, Kobe Bryant, along with his daughter Gianna and the other seven...

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Climate change: a change for the worse

Kayla Parrinello, Fall Author January 29, 2020

Climate change and global warming are two serious problems currently happening on Earth. Places’ average temperatures are rising, icebergs and ice sheets are melting, sea levels are getting higher before...

Kenza Kharbouche  and Candace Pinto are sitting at a table, helping each other study for a vocabulary test. They are working in partners

Partners? Groups? Alone? What teachers and students think on these topics

Brianna L., Fall Author January 29, 2020

Do teachers prefer students to work in groups, partners, or by themselves? I prefer to work by myself because I get the work done a lot faster and if you fail the assignment, it’s your fault you failed....

Soccer. Should. Be in schools!

Soccer. Should. Be in schools!

Michael Corbett and Luke Vazquez January 28, 2020

Schools have many different sports, such as baseball, basketball,volleyball, cross country, cheerleading, and bowling. But why isn’t there soccer? Soccer is the most popular sport in the world and still...

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Australia’s bushfires continue to burn

Lila Ulmer, Fall Author January 27, 2020

Australia is facing a national crisis. Bushfires are burning across the country, although mostly in the South-east. On November 12, catastrophic fire danger was declared in Greater Sydney. It’s only...

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Is WMS worth the wait?

Alaina Haniff, Fall Author January 27, 2020

The current 7th graders at Woodbridge Middle School have never experienced a time when there wasn’t construction. This year, to finalize the construction, every grade had to go to different schools,...

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LSU wins the National championship by defeating previously undefeated Clemson

Josh Ruck, Fall Editor January 22, 2020

Two undefeated teams LSU and Clemson, Clemson had not lost in 29 games. They have been the most dominate team in college football the past 2-3 years and LSU beat them 42-25.  Joe Burrow the LSU QB...

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