Central's 'Paw Print' Goes Online for Readers

High school news now accessible online.

In just one and-a-half school years, West Morris Central's newspaper has gone from non-existent, to periodically published and now online.

The Paw Print, advised by Dr. Amelia Wright and originally reported and edited by the school's students, was resurrected at the beginning of the 2011-12 school year after a years-long hiatus.

In the time since its first edition, the Paw has covered everything from Homecoming to classroom technology and even guided incoming freshman with dos and dont's in their first year of high school.

Now that the newspaper staff has an online venue, the publication will be more accessible to the community and feature more news offerings.

To see The Paw website, go here.

Stephanie Brady, journalism student February 04, 2013 at 07:23 PM
Thank you so much for promoting us here on the Long Valley Patch! And thank you to anyone interested in reading what our school's students have to say! We really appreciate all of the support.
Jason Koestenblatt February 04, 2013 at 07:36 PM
To Stephanie and all the other Paw staff members - Keep up the great work!


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