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May 24, 2019

Good Luck to the Class of 2019! Enjoy this Special Edition issue of “The Reflector”. Where are they going, Remember Kingergarten, Seniors give their best wishes, photos throughout the years, and more in this special issue. CLICK HERE to view the Special Edition

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Opinion: MHS Dress Code

Student Writer
June 11, 2019

I am writing about the dress code of the school because I believe it is a very important topic for women in high school. I believe that the dress code of Millbury is very strict and it is unfair to some girls and not others. In Millbury, girls are not allowed to wear tank tops and shorts shorter than your knees. In the summer, it gets very hot and the style is not wearing shorts below your knees, well...

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NBA Finals Breakdown

Cole Pesolano, Writer
May 30, 2019

This Thursday, the Eastern Conference Champion Toronto Raptors will host the West’s Champion, the Golden State Warriors, to see who will reign supreme over the NBA. This year’s Finals are like a heavyweight boxing match. In the blue corner, the two-time defending champs are without their reigning Finals’ MVP, Kevin Durant. But the Warriors still have plenty of star power to go around. Stephen...

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Palumbo Throws No No

May 29, 2019

The JV Woolies  improved their record to 10-6 with a 12-2 win over Leicester today.  Jaden Palumbo struck out 8 batters on his way to throwing a No Hitter .  He also had 2 RBIs in the game.  The team broke the game open with 8 runs in the 4th inning.  Great at bats from Remuck, Moroz,, Samuelson, and the rest of the team pushed the Woolies past Leicester.

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JV Baseball Comeback Win in Extras

May 24, 2019

The JV Woolies baseball team were on the diamond today looking to add to their win total.  Millbury scored first but quickly fell behind on the scoreboard.  Fast forward to the 7th inning the Woolies were down 4 runs.  The team fought back and put up a 4 spot in the top of the 7th.  Pitching held them in the bottom to give the team new life in extra innings.  Millbury scored 3 runs in the top...

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From the Mind of Ally Pogorek #2

May 23, 2019

So once again I am here to report on the important topics of 2019. This week I took on the daunting and ever so important responsibility to break down the top 10 colors.  A 64 count box of Crayola crayons is just the start of the so many possibilities.  Let me know your thoughts in the comments below and thank you to everyone that commented on My Mt. Rushmore of Snacks. CLICK TO VIEW MY TOP 10...

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Physiology Health Fair

Marissa Vaillancourt
May 22, 2019

A few of our Physiology classes organized an impressive Health Fair downtown at the Public Library on Wednesday. There were dozens of posters lined up with interesting topics that students were curious to learn more about. The classes spent months putting together their projects and it showed with creative posters and engaging activities. One group did their project on Dance Therapy where they set...

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Woolie News Top Videos of 2018-2019

May 22, 2019

As the school year comes to an end we decided to take a look back at some of the top videos from our friends over at the Woolie News.  At the time of writing this article they had 5 videos with over 400 views. Their top video of the year is over 800 views. So what made the top 5 videos? 2 News, 2 The Office Parodies, and a Winter Carnival Video Here they are for your continued enjoyment, we look...

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2019 NBA Draft and the Zion Pick

Zack Smith, Writer
May 21, 2019

Last week was the NBA Draft Lottery and for anyone that doesn’t know this is when a select group of NBA teams are in a lottery for the best picks in this years draft. Some teams have better chances than others because it is based off of worse record however sometimes a good team can get a higher pick from a bad team based off of a previous trade that would award the good team the pick. Last night’s...

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Want to be a part of the school newspaper?

See Mr. Degon or Mr. Cunha if you would like to be a part of the school newspaper.  You can write one article, one a month, one a week, or whatever works for you.  Don’t want to write but you enjoy taking photos or videos of school events we would love to have you as part of our newspaper staff.

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