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    Story by Emma Caserta, Molly Mercaldo, Jack Pincus-Coyle, and Chloe McCullough Eagle Eye News at Jonathan Law High School in Milford looks – and sounds – a lot different this year. At Jonathan Law, the morning news broadcast, Eagle Eye News, allows students to hear daily announcements and stay updated on school activities. Broadcast journalism teacher Mr. Kulenych says that updates to Eagle Eye News have improved the quality of the news. “We’ve been looking forward to getting this new […]

  • Ivoryella: A store that helps the elephants

    Story by: Hannah Dunmire Danasiah Mithchell Put together by a group of five people, Ivory Ella is a brand founded here in Connecticut. The brand sells clothing, water bottles, phone cases, and more online and in their shop located in Mystic. The warehouse located in Westerly, RI is just one of the many that package and ship out products to customers worldwide. The brand’s large appeal comes from its affiliation with the Save the Elephants organization that works to sustain […]

  • Learning outside the classroom walls improves relationships

    By Sam Maceli Learning doesn’t only happen behind the closed doors of a schoolhouse. The outdoors can also be classroom for learning. Shepaug Valley School discovered just that when they participated in Outside Perspectives’ expedition program. These outdoor expeditions improve relationships among peers in a fun and engaging, way leaving them wanting more. Shepaug Valley School is one of many organizations participating in Outside Perspectives wilderness expeditions. Outside Perspectives is a non profit course and expedition program that provides transformative […]

  • Norwich Free Academy honors veterans

    Story by Aleysha Rivera Bocachica and Brett Woods Thousands of Norwich Free Academy students and faculty members walked by a display of over 100 flags on the school’s front lawn to honor those who serve or have served in the military. The Norwich Free Academy’s Supporting Our Service Men and Women organization, a club of approximately 20 students, joined with the Colonial Flag foundation to present the Norwich Field of Honor Display. “Having the flags on campus, well having the kids […]

  • NFA Students Give Back For The Holidays

    Story by Jack Holdsworth and Gabriella Chinigo The holiday season inspires many people to give back to the community and help those in need. On December 11, students from the Norwich Free Academy’s student volunteer organization, Project Outreach, worked together to bake over 300 loaves of bread to distribute to the Center for Hospice Care of Southeastern Connecticut. “I know that since I’m getting gifts, I want to give other people gifts, too, and make them just as happy.  And […]

  • Angevine Tree Farm: 50 Years of Holiday Tradition

    By Cazden Brenner and Luchino Romano Gilna Picking out a Christmas tree is a holiday tradition for many families. Some families buy artificial trees, while others choose pre-cut trees from their local fire station. However, nothing compares to the experience of cutting down your own at a good ole’ fashion tree farm. Angevine farm was founded in 1868 in Warren Connecticut, and for the last 50 years, families from around the area have been coming to celebrate the holiday season […]

  • Think Pink games at Wolcott High helps raise awareness of Breast Cancer

    Story by  Erika Korbusieski Damon Diogostine Mason Erdely Melissa Zembrzuski WOLCOTT —The Wolcott High School Think Pink games happen every year for various sports including football, volleyball, cross country, and boys and girls soccer. They support the fight against breast cancer and are a good way to get the student body and community involved for a good cause. The players during these games work hard and play hard to fight this battle and everyone cheers the Wolcott Eagles on. We […]

  • Keeping Pace With Penguin Preservation – Norwich Free Academy

    The video was done by Aleysha Rivera Bocochica and Shea Gendron.  The article was written by Shea Gendron. Runners on their mark, with penguins to their left. The Mystic Aquarium held their 11th annual Fun Run for the endangered African penguins on Saturday October 14th, 2017.  With over one hundred runners lined up at the starting line, the event featured not only a 5k, but also included penguin races in the marine theatre and a children’s race. Zoologist MaryEllen Mateleska  […]

  • The Morgan School’s kindness revolution leaves a good feeling

    By Jillian Crowley and Abbigale Pittara, Morgan PawPrint reporters CLINTON — At The Morgan School in Clinton, there is a kindness revolution underway. The Kindness Club — founded in 2014 creates projects that benefit the Morgan community: kindness boxes, kindness Tweets and an inspirational rock garden. There are two kindness boxes in The Morgan School where students and staff can leave anonymous compliments for both students and teachers. The messages are displayed on the Kindness Club Twitter page. Kindness Club […]

  • Student pilot takes to the air

    This week’s story is from Daniel Hand High School in Madison. The FOX 61 Student News program empowers Connecticut middle and high school students to explore the world of multi-media journalism by giving them the opportunity to capture, edit and publish original content under the guidance of industry professionals.   Each student produced and hosted segment will showcase a local story or event, highlighting all that is great about our state and align with our station’s mission of HOPE. Segments […]