The retirees are: Physics Teacher Dr. Georgia Fisanick, English Teacher Kim Gajewski, Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher Julie Jaran, and Guidance Counselor and Coach Marlene Milkosky..
Kim Gajewski and Julie Kumpf selected as 2017 Teachers of the Year.
302 students at WHRHS inducted into honor societies in six languages, 72 for their second year.
Watchung Hills Regional High School was awarded a $2,000 Sustainable Jersey for Schools capacity-building grant funded by the PSEG Foundation.
Six named for induction into the WHRHS Hall of Fame; induction ceremony May 12 at the high school.
More than 150 students, staff, volunteers participate in ‘interdisciplinary learning’ experience of staging the WHRHS school musical, ‘Beauty and the Beast’.
Finalist Grand Prize Award among multiple awards WHRHS Sophomore wins at state regional science fair.
‘Beauty and the Beast’ is the 2017 Spring Musical March 30-April 1 at WHRHS.
All middle school students, including boys and girls, will have a second opportunity to participate in a high school Dance Clinic, from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, March 25, in the South Auditorium at WHRHS.
WHRHS Senior, Daniel Lee, wins recognition for science achievement; thanks his WHRHS teachers.
One of the highlights of WHRHS Girls Basketball season, for the school, for the team and for the player, was Junior Cunningham scoring her 1,000th career point.
Student Emma Reedman and Andrew Zimmer were honored at the Board of Education meeting on February 7, 2017, for helping to save a fellow student. View the NJ.Com article at: http://www.nj.com/somerset/index.ssf/2017/02/lifesaving_aed_janets_law_saves_watchung_hills_stu.html#incart_river_index
WHRHS has a new display and showcase honoring two graduates who played in the Super Bowl.
Watchung Hills Regional High School senior Brooke Stanicki was selected as a National Girls and Women in Sports recipient.
Twelve WHRHS student instrumentalists and 7 student singers selected for All Region II Honors.
Future Class of 2021 Warriors serenaded by current WHRHS musicians and singers at a special concert at Watchung Hills Regional High School.
Kelly McKennis was featured as Watchung Living's Hometown Hero in the January 2017 issue.
Some 275 WHRHS student singers and musicians show musical mastery and entertain audience on some 24 songs at annual Spring Vocal Concert Dec. 16.
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