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Emma Malabanan, Managing Editor

Emma Malabanan is a junior at Monroe-Woodbury High School. This is her third year being in The Wire News. She is one of the Managing Editors in this club, as well as a Co-President in Mock Trial, Public Relations in Kids Changing the World, and a dedicated member of Stage Crew. Emma plays violin in the high school’s Chamber Orchestra. Emma is on the honor roll and in the National Art Honor Society. She is very committed to her school work and hopes to maintain her good grades throughout this year and next. In her free time, she likes to read, paint, and talk to friends and family.

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Senior Student Board Representative Emily Wang recognized by school board

Senior Student Board Representative Emily Wang recognized by school board

June 21, 2021

Student board representative, an exceptional instrumentalist, and leader: Emily Wang is all of these, and more. Wang is a senior at Monroe-Woodbury High School and was recently recognized by the school...

Social and Racial Justice Student Union Works for Progress

April 29, 2021

A new student club is trying to address bias and equity issues for marginalized student groups at Monroe-Woodbury. The Social and Racial Justice Student Union is an activist club focused on learning the...

Monroe-Woodbury Partakes in Valentines for Seniors Project

February 23, 2021

Clubs at Monroe-Woodbury High School partake in the Valentines for Seniors project in order to bring smiles to senior citizens’ faces. New York Senator James Skoufis created the Valentine’s for...

Juniors Stephanie Peng and Michael Shapiro Move to Next Round of Poetry Out Loud

Juniors Stephanie Peng and Michael Shapiro Move to Next Round of Poetry Out Loud

February 8, 2021

Following its sixth annual Poetry Out Loud contest, two students were selected to represent Monroe-Woodbury High School at the regional level. Poetry Out Loud is a national competition for reciting...

This year, for the first time, music department concerts will be held virtually. This image shows a past year's concert that was held in person.

Music department Plans to Hold Virtual Concerts in the Winter

October 27, 2020

Monroe-Woodbury’s music department performances will carry on despite pandemic restrictions. This winter, each of the high school’s musical ensembles will be holding a virtual concert, instead of...

February artist of the month Danae Drews will be one of artists displayed during this year's art show.

Monroe-Woodbury Art Show to be Held Online Due to COVID-19

May 22, 2020

Due to the closing of schools, the Monroe-Woodbury art show will become available virtually during the month of June 2020. The district art show is going to include art from all M-W buildings, displaying...

Governor Cuomo May 8 Update on COVID-19

May 17, 2020

As of May 8, the total cases of coronavirus in the United States is 1,269,596, and the total deaths is 76,826. The number of cases in New York State are 338,485, and the number of deaths is 27,251. These...

Colleges Lift Exam Requirements Due to Pandemic

Colleges Lift Exam Requirements Due to Pandemic

April 21, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has swept the world, at least seventeen colleges are not requiring SAT or ACT scores for the graduating class of 2021 and those enrolling in the fall of 2022. “The...

New club seeks to help sick children

November 12, 2019

Kids Changing the World is a community service club at Monroe-Woodbury High School. This is the club's first year. “Kids Changing the World was originally formed to help families within the Monroe-Woodbury...

Students present their work at annual science symposium

June 19, 2019

The 19th Annual Science Research Symposium took place on May 16 at 6 p.m. at the high school. During the symposium, hardworking sophomores, juniors, and seniors presented projects to other parents and...

High School students help North Main win playground contest

March 26, 2019

North Main Elementary School recently won a contest held by Dannon Danimals, Project Fit America and ShopRite that awarded them $25,000 to build a new playground. In order to win the contest, the district...

High school students remember robotics club fondly

High school students remember robotics club fondly

January 15, 2019

For middle school students, the robotics club was an opportunity to design and build robots and compete with each other. Although the high school does not have a robotics club, some students hope that...

Students perform fall play 'Mutually Assured Destruction'

Students perform fall play ‘Mutually Assured Destruction’

November 27, 2018

On November 2 and 3 at 7 p.m., the high school’s fall production, Mutually Assured Destruction was performed. “The play was about a series of 10 vignettes about brother and sister relationships...

Jessica Ader is the athlete of the week for October 8

Jessica Ader is the athlete of the week for October 8

October 24, 2018

Jessica Ader was chosen to be athlete of the week for the week of October 8. After playing in clinics since fourth grade and then moving onto the modified team in seventh grade, she is now captain of the...

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