The Green Wave Gazette

Grease is the Word

Steve Shannon with permission

Abington High School junior Connor Saccoach (standing on the car), who plays Kenickie, sings Greased Lightning in a rehearsal held in the auditorium last week. Surrounding Saccoach (on the left) is senior Josiah Rosa, junior Reid Norton, junior Kyle DeGrenier (kneeling), and junior Bobby Molloy. On the right of Saccoach is sophomore Brendan Remillard and senior Jason Kinniburgh (both standing in rear); senior Dylan Magararu, freshman Will Charbonnier and sophomore Brian Tolan (both sitting on the car); junior David Collins, and junior Yaz Zaidan. The AHS Drama Club will present Grease on March 14 and 15 at 7:30 p.m. and March 16 at 2 p.m.

Send a Friend a Rainbow

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March 7, 2019

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Waves Of Students Pack The Buses

Aaron Johnson

After school, Abington students board one of the three fan buses to the State Semi-Finals at the TD Garden in Boston on Tuesday, March 12, 2019.

The Green Wave Surges Forward

The Green Wave Surges Forward

March 7, 2019

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Distracted Driving

Abby Joyce

The Distractology Driving Simulator Trailor was parked outside the middle school at AHS beginning on Tuesday, March 6. About 20 students per day went through the program.

Advice for Future STEM Innovators

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March 5, 2019

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HI: Vacation Paradise!

Audrey Goldberg, with permission

Audrey Goldberg, a freshman at Abington High School, watched the sunrise in Maui while fishing aboard the Rascal Charter with her family on February 24, 2019.

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Rohith Ghose
Rohith Ghose

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Rohith Ghose is a member of the class of 2020. He joined the newspaper club in his junior year. Other clubs and activities...

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Jacklyne Goduti
Jacklyne Goduti

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Jackie is a member of the class of 2022. She has no past experiences in publishing yet, but she has a passion for writing....

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James Mulkern
James Mulkern

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James is a member of the class of 2021 and joined the Green Wave Gazette in his sophomore year. James was a member of the...

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Make a Change

Hailee McClafferty, with permission

No H8 (hate). Erielle Amboy, a junior student-athlete at Abington High School, raises her hand to stand against hate. Like many students and young people around the nation, students in Abington are taking a stand against bullying, hatred, and prejudice.

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