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Discarded masks and gloves from the pandemic are adding to this country
‘Litter Bugs’ spoil environment, anger students
Gabriella Boyle and Anastasia Hocurscak January 5, 2021

Every day in our community at least one piece of trash flows away into the breeze, polluting the Earth. Whether someone carelessly or negligently...

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The stacks are endless of student Chromebooks needing repairs.
Technological issues emerge during remote learning
Amelia Darmanin and Kaitlyn Mitchell December 16, 2020

To say it simply, this school year has been different from what anyone could have imagined. With this unprecedented situation, certain challenges...

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District turns the bus around on hybrid learning
District turns the bus around on hybrid learning
Echo Staff, Staff Reporters • December 2, 2020

Mountaineers expected to enter the building for hybrid learning on Thursday, November 18th. But, at the last minute on Tuesday, November 16th,...

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WRSD Superintendent, Dr. Daryll McCall
Wachusett teachers state “no confidence” in superintendent
Zachary Brennan and Julia King January 5, 2021

In a message delivered at the Wachusett Regional School District School Committee meeting on Monday, December 7th, the teacher’s union officially...

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An Arabic Club meeting on Friday, December 11, 2020.
New clubs create human connections in a virtual world
Zachary Brennan, Editor in Chief • December 17, 2020

Remote learning has made it more difficult for students to foster connections with one another. But many clubs - including several new ones -...

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Mountaineers reflect and remember those who served
Madelyn Graham, Editor • December 6, 2020

On Veterans Day, many United States citizens did more than enjoy a day off. They celebrated the people who have courageously fought for and even...

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Echo Podcast Episode 1
Echo Podcast Episode 1
February 22, 2021

Join the editors of the Echo as they chat with guest Mrs. Zingarella on this first episode of the Echo podcast!

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Streaming shows provides salve for pandemic woes
Streaming shows provides salve for pandemic woes
Emma Finnerty, Staff Reporter • December 10, 2020

Watching shows on Netflix has been part of the modern way of life since 1997. But, once quarantine started, people found themselves fully immersed...

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Birthday of Civil Rights’ leader needs more truth recognition at local, national levels
Birthday of Civil Rights’ leader needs more truth recognition at local, national levels
Luchian Belau-Lorberg, Staff Reporter • January 30, 2021

January 18th marked the 92nd birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. But, for most Mountaineers, it simply meant a day off from school. Perhaps a...

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COVID-19 causes unconventional winter sports season
Mary Morkunas, Staff Reporter • February 12, 2021

The coronavirus pandemic has created many abnormal circumstances over the last ten months. This year’s winter sports season, the second of...

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