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Audrey Whitfield, Staff Writer

Audrey Whitfield is a sophomore at Monroe-Woodbury High School. This is her first year in The Wire News. She is on the Varsity Cheerleading Team, and is a coach for the Pop Warner Mighty Mite Cheerleading Team. She also plays the cello. Audrey enjoys going outside, reading books, writing, and doing arts and crafts. Her favorite genre of books is science fiction. Her favorite band is One Direction, and she likes pop music. Audrey has three siblings; two brothers and a sister. Audrey is an animal lover. She has many animals including farm animals, such as a goat, chickens, and a miniature horse. She shares her twin sized bed with two large Great Danes named Otto and Olga.

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Students Share Their Summer Vacation Plans

June 11, 2021

Many fun summer activities are being planned by Monroe-Woodbury High School students, in order to make up for lost time from summer 2020.  Gianna Miale, a freshman at Monroe, will be going to the Caribbean...

Students Found New Hobbies During COVID-19

May 6, 2021

During this time of many quarantines and nothing much to do, students turned to hobbies that help time pass faster by keeping them occupied and entertained.  Senior Adrianna Lora recently discovered...

Schedule Changes Challenge Students and Teachers

April 16, 2021

Frequent schedule changes have been occurring at Monroe-Woodbury this school year due to COVID-19, and these changes are affecting both students and teachers.   According to Dr. Eric Hassler, the...

Boys Varsity Ice Hockey, Purple v. White

New Streaming Service Will Share M-W Events with the Community

March 17, 2021

The Monroe-Woodbury Central School District is partnering with LocalLive, the world's first live broadcasting service, to launch a livestream service in order to provide families as well as community members...

Audrey Whitfield has both cats and dogs. Here are some picture of her beloved pets.

Cats vs. Dogs: An Ongoing Debate at Monroe-Woodbury

February 8, 2021

“Cats leave their hair everywhere. Dogs leave their toys everywhere.” The discussion about whether dogs or cats are better is a debate that people have all the time, but what do Monroe-Woodbury...

Dr. Issiah Pickens presents virtually and teaches students to find their power in uncertain times.

Students Attend First Virtual Assembly of the Year

January 8, 2021

On Tuesday, December 8, Dr. Isaiah Pickens presented “Finding Your Power In Uncertain Times” to all Monroe-Woodbury High School students. The presentation was streamed through the M-W YouTube channel,...

All Night Graduation Party holds a “Paint Your Senior Parking Space” Fundraiser

January 8, 2021

This year, seniors have the unique opportunity to paint their parking spots. The All Night Graduation Party (ANGP) Committee has created a "Paint Your Senior Parking Space" fundraiser.  This is the...

Students eat lunch at their desks following CDC social distancing guidelines. Students have been living with covid restrictions for over a year now.

Students Share their Views on Lunch during COVID-19

November 12, 2020

Students at Monroe-Woodbury High School that are participating in the hybrid learning model are required to eat lunch in the cafeteria. The school follows CDC guidelines put in place to keep students...

How Remote Learning is Affecting Students' Study Habits

How Remote Learning is Affecting Students’ Study Habits

November 6, 2020

Students at Monroe-Woodbury High School have been participating in a hybrid learning model since the beginning of the school year on September 8. In response to these changing times, students' study habits...

My goat, Emmit, in his backyard. All he wanted to do was eat the flowers.

[Photo] Pets Get Some Extra Time With Their Family During Quarantine

June 2, 2020

My goat, Emmit, in his backyard. All he wanted to do was eat the flowers.

M.W. CARES will bring series of speakers to the high school this year

November 18, 2019

Last year, Monroe-Woodbury High School started a movement involving a series of assemblies to teach students five important concepts they can apply to their everyday lives: Compassion, Acceptance, Respect,...

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