If you can dodge traffic…

Jack Cahill '17

March 15, 2017

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Sixteen teams. One winner. Grand prize: five dollar Wawa gift cards for the whole team. A championship title was on the line. The Student Council Dodgeball tournament was set. The tournament consisted of four rounds of single...

Meet Mayor Gattinelli

Joe Wozniak '19, Patriot staff writer

February 28, 2017

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Mayor Joann Gattinelli was elected in November 2016. As a Democrat, she first had to defeat incumbent, Mayor Barbara Wallace in the June Primary and then proceeded to defeat a Republican and an Independent in the general election....

Muscelli brings pride to WTHS

Kami Joi Hickson '20

February 25, 2017

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Recently, Dr. Gregory Muscelli, a 9th grade history teacher received the teacher of the year award for the 2016-2017 school year. When Muscelli first learned of his newest accomplishment, he said that he was shocked. Knowing...

Girls just wanna raise funds

Bria Lamonica, Editor-in-chief

February 22, 2017

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Standing in front of the mirror with curlers in her hair, Casey Spencer ‘17 prepares for another “Dress up Friday”. Along with slipping on a new dress and pair of flats, Spencer does everything she can to make sure that...

Teacher of the Year: Reardigan

Emily Faust '17, Staff Editor

February 20, 2017

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“For me as a teacher, it’s so nice to know that I’m doing my job right and that is incredibly important to me. I love when kids have that ‘aha!’ moment where you know that they understand. I want my students to enjoy...

Reardigan Teacher of the Year

Emily Faust' 17

February 16, 2017

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“For me as a teacher, it’s so nice to know that I’m doing my job right and that is incredibly important to me. I love when kids have that ‘aha!’ moment where you know that they understand. I want my students to enjoy...

Teacher of the Year: Muscelli

Kami Hickson '20, Staff Editor

February 3, 2017

Filed under News, People

Graduating from LaSalle University in 2004, Dr. Gregory Muscelli began his teaching career. First teaching one year at Cherry Hill West High School and then spending his next twelve years at Washington Township High School...

Senior Spotlight Sells Out

Bria LaMonica '17, Editor In Chief

January 26, 2017

Filed under Drama, News, The Arts, Twp. Talk, Visual Arts, Visual Arts

Adding finishing touches to her hair and makeup, actor Kaeley Bogan ’17 readied herself to take the stage in her first Senior Directed Cabaret. High fiving friends and hearing cheers as they all take their places for the opening...

Art for the family

Casey Spencer '17

January 20, 2017

Filed under News, The Arts

With 180 days of school, there are so many activities and events that can take place throughout the year. There are talent shows, musicals, sport games, and so much more. One of the many events that the National Art Honor Society...

German Exchange Follow Up Feature

January 20, 2017

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Constanze Stier was beside herself. Each time the doorbell rang she would jump up and race to the door dressed as a zebra, complete with face paint and an outfit she had worn to school that day.  She wanted to be a part of the...

85th Anniversary of The Radio City Christmas Spectacular

Adrienne Brookstein '18, News Editor

January 15, 2017

Filed under Features, News, The Arts, Visual Arts

New York City is arguably the most iconic place in the world, and it holds a different meaning for everyone. NYC if full of life all year round, but during the holidays, festivities are a glow from street to street. The Big Apple...

Clowning around

Bria Lamonica, Editor-in-Chief

January 3, 2017

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Causing alarm throughout the country with their painted masks and bright costumes, groups of teens and adults have been raising havoc around towns and schools. That’s right, I mean the clowns.   Named by news.com and other...

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