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The Barron Perspective

(Bard) Word of the Day - November 15th, 2022
Michael Thomas, Senior Editor • November 15, 2022

Bard - noun - a poet, often a singer as well Shakespeare is often considered the greatest bard in the history of the English language. Want to keep in touch with the Word of the Day? If so, visit the Perspectives “Word...

(Cherish) - Word of the Day - November 14th, 2022
Michael Thomas, Senior Editor • November 14, 2022

Cherish - verb - to feel or show affection toward something She continued to cherish her plaid shirt even though it had gone out of fashion. Want to keep in touch with the Word of the Day? If so, visit the Perspectives “Word...

(Presumptuous) Word of the Day - November 4th, 2022
Michael Thomas, Senior Editor • November 3, 2022

Presumptuous - adjective - disrespectfully bold The princess grew angry after the presumptuous noble tried to kiss her. Want to keep in touch with the Word of the Day? If so, visit the Perspectives “Word of the...

(Defunct) Word of the Day - November 3rd, 2022
Michael Thomas, Editor • November 2, 2022

Defunct - adjective - no longer used or existing They planned to turn the defunct schoolhouse into a community center. Want to keep in touch with the Word of the Day? If so, visit the Perspectives “Word of the...

(Nondescript) Word of Day - November 2nd, 2022
Michael Thomas, Senior Editor • November 1, 2022

Nondescript - adjective - lacking a distinctive character I was surprised when I saw the movie star in person, because she looked nondescript. Want to keep in touch with the Word of the Day? If so, visit the Perspectives “Word...

(Irreverence) Word of the Day - November 1st, 2022
Michael Thomas, Senior Editor • October 31, 2022

Irreverence - noun - disrespect The irreverence displayed by the people who talked loudly as they marched through the chapel disturbed many churchgoers. Want to keep in touch with the Word of the Day? If so, visit the Perspectives “Word...

Winter is Heating up this Year
Winter is Heating up this Year
Liam Kelly, Reporter • January 27, 2022

This December has been the hottest in a 30-year period for New Jersey. With record breaking temperatures, climate change and global warming issues are becoming more prevalent. With varying temperatures this month, Dr....

The Cheer Team poses for photo. They hope to continue there success next into the following year.
Barrons Cheer Loud and Proud
Josh Ruck, Editor • October 28, 2022

The Woodbridge Barrons cheer team has had a great season with tons of special moments. They look to finish the season strong Coach Victoria DePinto, in her third year...

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Cultural Expression Throughout WHS
Cultural Expression Throughout WHS
Savannah Alamo, Reporter • January 27, 2022

The cultural clubs at Woodbridge High School create a safe place for students to learn more about their own cultures, or any of the cultures that they bring interest too. One of the important clubs...

(Supreme Court) On This Day- February 1st
Michael Thomas, Editor • February 1, 2022

On this day, February the 1st, in the year of 1790, the Supreme Court of the United States of America, the highest court within the American judiciary system, began its first...

(First Chimp in Space) On This Day - January 31st
Michael Thomas, Editor • January 31, 2022

On this day, January the 31st, in the year of 1961, Ham, a chimpanzee, became the first of his kind to go into space. The Cold War between the United States and the Soviet...

(Super Bowl XXXIV) On This Day - January 30th
Michael Thomas, Editor • January 30, 2022

On this day, January the 30th, in the year of 2000, Super Bowl XXXIV (34), the first Super Bowl of the twenty-first century between the Tennessee Titans and the then St. Louis...

(Romeo and Juliet) On This Day - January 29th
Michael Thomas, Editor • January 29, 2022

On this day, January the 29th, in the year of 1595, the Shakspearian play of Romeo and Juliet, a classic tale of romance and tragedy, is first thought to be performed. Believed...

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(Encumber) Word of the Day - December 1st, 2022
Michael Thomas, Editor-in-Chief • December 1, 2022

Encumber - verb - to weigh down, burden At the airport, Ivan was encumbered by his luggage Want to keep in touch with the Word of the Day? If so, visit the Perspectives “Word...

(Insipid) Word of the Day - November 30th, 2022
Michael Thomas, Senior Editor • November 30, 2022

Insipid - adjective - dull, boring The play was so insipid, I fell asleep halfway through. Want to keep in touch with the Word of the Day? If so, visit the Perspectives “Word...

(Encumber) Word of the Day - November 29th, 2022
Michael Thomas, Senior Editor • November 29, 2022

Encumber - verb - to weigh down, burden At the airport, my friend was encumbered by her luggage. Want to keep in touch with the Word of the Day? If so, visit the Perspectives “Word...

(Plethora) Word of the Day - November 28th, 2022
Michael Thomas, Senior Editor • November 28, 2022

Plethora - noun - an abundance, excess The wedding banquet included a plethora of oysters piled almost three feet high. Want to keep in touch with the Word of the Day?...

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Woodbridge High Welcomes Ms. LoCascio

Jack Brenner, Editor
October 3, 2022

This is Ms. LoCascio's first year teaching at Woodbridge High School. Previously, she taught at Hawthorn Middle School. LoCascio teaches Visual Arts and Graphic Design. Barron Perspective: When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up? Ms. LoCascio: When I was younger, I did actually want to be a teacher. BP:  Where did you attend school before college? ML:  Before college,...

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Mr. Sommers Joins Special Education Department

Melani Torres, Editor
October 1, 2022

This year, students and staff at Woodbridge High school welcome Mitchell Sommers, a new addition to the Special Education Department who previously taught in Newark, New Jersey. Barron Perspective: Where are you from? Mitchell Sommers: I am from Montclair, New Jersey BP:  When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up? MS: For a long time, I was not sure what I wanted to...

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This year The Muslim Club hopes to  accomplish all their goals and create diversity in WHS.
Muslim Club Educates WHS
Melani Torres, Editor • October 10, 2022

Woodbridge High School welcomes the new Muslim Club founded by Ms. Kimble, Ms. Rasheed, and Ms. Johal with help from senior Besan Abusharia. The...

WHS Students Learning How to Tackle College Applications
WHS Students Learning How to Tackle College Applications
Janese Lewis, Reporter • January 27, 2022

Students at WHS work hard with the help of school faculty to prepare for the lengthy college application process.  The college application...

Mr. Sienkiewicz teaching AP World History
What to Expect in an AP Class
Simal Noori, Reporter • November 16, 2021

When it comes to AP classes, the expectations are higher than any other class. AP stands for Advanced Placement course, which is a college-level...

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