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Class of 2020 : The One to See it All

Class of 2020 : The One to See it All

Michael Vanko, Sports Editor

May 18, 2020

If there was one word to describe 2020 so far, it would have to be: wow. The Coronavirus has taken its toll and has changed the way we live our daily lives and probably will affect life permanently. The Class of 2020 has definitely seen it all up to this point. It’s been an interesting four years...

Sarah Crowley’s Legacy

Sarah Crowley's Legacy

Olivia McArtney, World News Editor

May 18, 2020

Hope. It’s the word that encourages perseverance, it’s the word that was needed in desperation, and it’s the word that is used to describe her. Sarah Crowley was fourteen years old when she was diagnosed with T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, and her courageous fight against cancer gave inspiration to ...

Wait, Seniors! There’s one last thing to do!

Wait, Seniors! There's one last thing to do!

Hannah Gould, Layout Editor

May 15, 2020

Well, the time has finally arrived. It’s time to start packing, meet with your roommate, get school supplies, and finally, take the roadtrip to college. In your final days in Long Valley, you’re probably wondering what things to do to make the most of the time you have left. Of course, there’s...

Coronavirus: How You Can Help

Coronavirus: How You Can Help

Kyra Conover, Features Editor

April 23, 2020

During this time of uncertainty, members of the Long Valley  community have been coming together to help and support their neighbors. There have been food drives, donations of things like homemade masks and crocs, and support for children and the elderly. The community has always been supportive and ...

“How has elearning impacted you?”

Hannah Gould, Layout Editor

April 6, 2020

Sydney Babbitt  Grade 11 “ I enjoy the fact that classes include more independent work, giving me the opportunity to figure out the classwork in a manner that ensures that I understand the material. As well, I like being able to wake up later and not stress out as much as I would at sch...

Art Speaks

Makenna Lindsey paints the windows for Valentine’s Day.

Caitryn Tronoski, Staff Writer

February 25, 2020

Almost every month, the office windows near the auditorium entrance can be seen covered in paintings, usually acquainted with the month. In October, one could see some spooky skeletons and Halloween decorations. In December, the windows were decorated with festive colors for Christmas. This month, Vale...

Celebrating Anna McFarland

Celebrating Anna McFarland

Kyra Conover, Features Editor

February 6, 2020

Anna McFarland, a freshman here at West Morris Central, passed away on Sunday, November 24th, 2019, after a 16-month battle with leukemia. Despite her illness, you would always find her smiling and laughing. Anna had the most contagious smile and radiated joy and sunshine wherever she went. Through all...

The One Where Mr. Crews Leaves

The One Where Mr. Crews Leaves

Grace O'Meara

February 6, 2020

Mr. Crews’ decision to not return to his classroom in A136 after winter break came as a shock to not only all of the students in his classes but to all of the students at West Morris Central. He had started off the class period with a story. He told his class how he got into teaching. It was not h...

Holiday Happenings in the Music Department

Holiday Happenings in the Music Department

Kyra Conover, Features Editor

December 18, 2019

The holiday season is one of the busiest for the music department. There are many opportunities to see WMC’s finest musicians in action!

The 2019 Homecoming Queen Is….

The 2019 Homecoming Queen Nominees! From left to right: Sophie Defaria, Jenna Cooley, Julia Trethaway, Lauren Davies, and Bree Harm

Kyra Conover, Features Editor

October 29, 2019

Meet the five nominees for Homecoming Queen this year!

English teacher takes on climate change one book at a time

English teacher takes on climate change one book at a time

Hannah Gould, Layout Editor

October 24, 2019

Mr. Crews, an English teacher here at WMC, spent his summer working to help bring attention to how preservation of forests can help mitigate climate change and did so by donating not only his time but by also writing an essay for The Northeast Wilderness Trust, a non-profit based out of Montp...

What is West Morris Central All About?

What is West Morris Central All About?

Sydney Stanilious, Editor-in-Chief

October 23, 2019

A variety of answers could be given as a response to this question. Some might say it is our school spirit at games or even our drive for academic success. West Morris Central’s new slogan “P.R.I.D.E. in the Pack” simplifies the answer to this question. As you walk through the hallways you have mo...

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