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Wachusett Echo

The Student News Site of Wachusett Regional High School

Wachusett Echo

The Student News Site of Wachusett Regional High School

Wachusett Echo

Students underutilizing Media Center miss out on valuable resources
Students underutilizing Media Center miss out on valuable resources
Presley Nickerson, Staff Reporter • January 30, 2024

Libraries, commonly known for having free books available any time. However the Wachusett Media Center should be recognized for much more. The...

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Supply shortages hurt students & staff
Supply shortages hurt students & staff
Gavin Finn, Staff Reporter • January 4, 2024

Every student needs pens, papers, staples, tissues and more. However the lack of funding for some items has teachers paying for supplies themselves...

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(Left to right) Oscar Esposito (Physical Education), Jessica Moore (Counseling), and Connor Romaine (Math).
Swelling the ranks: new teachers join the Regional’s faculty
Aiden LiVigni and Luchian Belau-Lorberg December 7, 2023

This August, eleven new teachers joined the ranks of the regional’s faculty. Entering Wachusett’s classrooms, guidance office, music department,...

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Understanding the Israel-Hamas conflict: exploring WRHS perspectives
Understanding the Israel-Hamas conflict: exploring WRHS perspectives
Annmarie Kane, Staff Reporter • January 30, 2024

In the morning hours of October 7, Hamas launched its unprecedented surprise attack on Israeli civilians and military personnel along the border...

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Petition for puppies: students miss service dogs
Petition for puppies: students miss service dogs
Lexi Barrett, Staff Reporter • January 9, 2024

For many years the school's population has included more than just humans. Service dogs have interacted with students throughout their day, walking...

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Standardized college testing goes electronic
Standardized college testing goes electronic
Deni Jordhani, Staff Reporter • January 4, 2024

In 2024, the SAT, a ‘make it or break it’ test in the future of students, undergoes a change that impacts the way students will approach...

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Quinn’s Blue Plate’s garners student approval
Quinn’s Blue Plate’s garners student approval
Jack Pasquale, Staff Reporter • December 6, 2023

Finding a local favorite restaurant to eat good food and talk with friends is important to many members of the WRHS community. Some students...

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Helicopter parent
Parental pressure pushes students unnecessarily
Emma George, Staff Writer • May 30, 2023

Each and every child has a different style of learning, partially due to disparity in parental pressure and criticism. From “helicopter parents”...

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Girls sports teams succeed at state level
Girls sports teams succeed at state level
Julia Willman, Staff Reporter • January 30, 2024

Wachusett females have proved their athletic success with impressive wins season after season. The teams thrive and spark individual achievements...

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Two students and phone with chat bubble
What adults should know about us - volume 6
Echo Editors January 18, 2023

1. Our schedules aren’t easy. Even though all of our schedules vary, no matter how busy we are outside of school, we also spend a majority...

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