Code name: recruit Autumn Eubanks

A sophomore with amazing talent in writing and creativity has finally decided to make her “Paw Print” debut. Autumn Eubanks will be joining the “Paw Print” next year as one of our reporters. This creative mind has been producing stories and poetry ever since she picked up a pencil. Autumn says her love and joy…

Starting out strong

After both the boys and girls track and field lost to Juniata, the teams came back to defeat Millersburg. Losing the first meet on March 27, by two points for the Wildcats was a hard way to start the season. On April 1, the Wildcats came back to revive their reputations with a win. The…

There are two seasons: Winter and BASEBALL SEASON!

Photo Courtesy of Baltimore Orioles   March 31, 2014 is the day that baseball fans around the country, and around the world have been waiting for these past six months. It is Major League Baseball’s opening day. 26 out of 30 teams took the field to have the first match of the season, while the…

March 31, Greenwood Baseball v. Juniata

On Monday, March 31, Greenwood baseball played a valiant game against the Juniata varsity team. The game was ultimately a leap in the right direction for Greenwood baseball, a strong leap, even though they were defeated. Now, you may be asking, “Why was it such a great leap?” or, “How can you say that when…

The “Latin American Fiesta”

On April 1st, fourteen students from the Spanish III and IV classes went to see the Hispanic Flamenco Ballet perform in Harrisburg.  Hispanic Flamenco Ballet is a non-profit organization that travels the country showing students traditional Hispanic dances and their origins.  The organization performs two shows, “Latin American Fiesta” and “Viva España”.  Greenwood was able…

Technology takes over!

As Greenwood continues the school year with the BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology) Program, more and more things can become more exciting and interesting with the ability of being able to do them on the internet. Teachers participating in this program allow their students to take notes on their devices, and some even post homework…

A legacy that will live on

Everyone at Greenwood has been affected in some way by the tragic loss of Ms. Hackenberger. She was a truly wonderful teacher that inspired her students every day. At Greenwood, teachers and student organizations collaborated to honor Ms. Hackenberger’s spirit through a memorial scholarship. This scholarship will be awarded to one senior each year, for…

Nothing planned for summer?

Summer may still seem like a long ways away, but in almost 2 months, it’ll be here! Have you thought about your summer plans yet? Well, it’s never too early to start! If you enjoy being outdoors, soaking up the sunshine, hanging out with new and old friends, or maybe you need a volunteer service…

The scoop on the field

Mr. T. Gantt is very optimistic about this year’s softball team. Although there is only one senior on the team (Becca Stavley), there is an astounding round up of 10 freshmen players. Gantt feels that the team is improving tremendously because they are very eager to learn and play ball. When asked about his hopes…

Code name: Recruit: Michelle Laverty.

This junior, stellar in her dancing and singing will make her Paw print debut next year as a reporter. Michelle Laverty is a main part of our Out of the Blue group and a talent on the clarinet in the band. Michelle dreams of being a journalist and what other way to hone in on…