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You Said It!

Posted on February 10, 2012 by Helen B., 8th Grade

Something everyone can look forward to seeing on the Wildlands website is a video that  Briahna V., Maryann V., Zoe P., and I will be working on. Our video will be called "You Said It." In the video, we will  be interviewing a boy and a girl from every grade, 7-12th. We will be asking them different questions about things  that you might want to know about if you are considering sending your child to Wildlands. For instance we will be  interviewing Madeline B., a senior here at Wildlands, about what skills she will take away from an education at Wildlands.

We will also interview all of the teachers with various questions you may have as an  interested student. My fellow peers and I are having a wonderful time working on this project, we hope that all of you will enjoy our video. We would like to have this video on our website in about a month, or by the time the next  newsletter comes out. Special thanks to all of our student volunteers and our wonderful teachers!

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