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Establishing new routes

Establishing new routes

Stephen Torres with Akilah Bell and Julia DaSilva, Staff Writer

January 14, 2016


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An issue that becomes more urgent as the winter months progress is student walkers, who have not other way  to attend school everyday. New England winters can be very extreme and massive snow storms and unpaved or icy roads and sidewalks are imminent. This situation can cause treacherous and lengthy w...

The price of lunch

Kailey Gelada and Rob Spino, Staff Writers

December 23, 2015


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One student exclaimed “That's my life every day.” This was in response to the humiliation of a student that cannot afford lunch every day. At some schools the students are denied lunch because of the insufficient money in their account. There are schools in Connecticut that offer free lunches to all ...

Animal Rights at Naugatuck High School

Glorianese Ortiz, Staff Writer

November 16, 2015


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What are animal rights? Animal rights are rights believed to belong to animals to live free from use in medical research, hunting and other services to humans. The Animal Rights Club at Naugatuck High School is supporting that right and working hard to spread the word to others in the community abou...

The serenity of AP Art

The serenity of AP Art

Brianna Durante, Staff Writer

November 16, 2015


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When you walk into Dr. Kobylenski’s art room, a sense of relaxation and serenity overcome you.  The creativity blanketing the walls immediately inspires you.  The incredible focus that the students exhibit while working on their art is truly admirable.  This is AP Studio Art. Naugatuck High S...

Poetry Out Loud – Year Two

Poetry Out Loud – Year Two

Stephen Torres, Staff Reporter

October 26, 2015


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Last year Naugatuck High School introduced a new program called Poetry Out Loud. This program lets students compete while expressing  themselves by performing poetry. Poetry Out Loud helps kids by using spoken word to help increase confidence in themselves. Adiana Alejandro, last year’s winner for t...

Rip the Runway 2015

Rip the Runway 2015

Jake Alcorace, Staff Reporter

October 21, 2015


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With the Naugatuck High School Davis Auditorium almost completely renovated, the school DECA club was ready to host the fifth annual Rip the Runway show. Students modeled in five different segments for this show: Summer, Best Buddies, World, Movie Characters, and Formal. Along with these modeling segments,...

Introducing Mr. Troy

Introducing Mr. Troy

Corey Plasky, Staff Writer

October 14, 2015


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New Spanish teacher at Naugatuck High School, Richard Troy, has big shoes to fill. When asked why he chose to come to Naugatuck, Troy responded, “I always wanted to come back to school here. It is where I grew up, it is where I went to school.” Troy previously taught at Foran High School in Milford...

Balancing family and politics

Balancing family and politics

Brianna Durante, Staff Writer

October 5, 2015


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On Thursday, September 24th, Mr. Steven R. Mullins, Zoning Commissioner and Justice of the Peace of West Haven, spoke to the journalism class at Naugatuck High School.  Although Mr. Mullins spoke quite a bit about his political experiences and views, he inspired students with his outlook on life and fa...

Is there a truancy problem in our school?

Is there a truancy problem in our school?

Nicole Healy and Ashley Roberts, Editors

September 9, 2015


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  “Students who know the worth of their education are the ones who consistently come to class,” said Mrs. Stewart, Naugatuck High School’s English department chair. So why are some students skipping class? After polling 20 students at Naugy High we found that 65% have skipped class before....

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