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Recorder: "Title Wave: Greenfield bests Frontier, 2-1"


Recorder Staff
Thursday, November 09, 2017
AGAWAM — As the officials sorted out what would be the most important call of the season just a few feet away, Audrey Bresciano waited.
Her mind was already made up. She was going to send the ball to the spot she liked most. But...

Recorder: "Wave-Hawks for all the marbles"


Recorder Staff
Wednesday, November 08, 2017
Here we go again.
For the third consecutive season, the WMass Division II field hockey championship will be decided between Greenfield High School and Frontier Regional School, who meet tonight at 6 at Agawam High School.

Newton School Teacher wins prestigious Inspire 2 Educate Award

Greenfield Recorder

Recorder Staff
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
GREENFIELD — Her essay began with short, simple sentences about fifth grade, sentences like, “I was terrified. Absolutely and utterly terrified.”
It was a national award-winning essay that was read aloud...

GHS Youth Fall Sports Clinic 10/29!

The GHS Youth Sports Clinic will take place on Sunday, October 29, 2:00pm-4:00pm. 
Students K-5 are welcome! *Must be accompanied by a parent*
Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Field Hockey, Cross Country and Cheerleading. 
Come learn and practice sports skills with the GHS athletes!
Sponsored by...

Recorder: "Four Corners has a Thanksgiving of its own"


Recorder Staff
Saturday, October 14, 2017
GREENFIELD — A loud “booyah!” was let out by the student when he saw food still left. He turned to his friends, pointed to the remaining dishes, all based on one crop — squash. They looked at him, sweat dripping down their...

Recorder: "‘Miracle Minute’ at Greenfield High raises $600"


Recorder Staff
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
GREENFIELD — Accomplishments take time. But Greenfield High School students recently learned that even a minute can be enough to make a difference.
Nearly $600 was raised for hurricane relief in Puerto Rico in a school event...

Recorder: "Interim GHS principal steps into permanent post"

GREENFIELD — As she left college, Karin Patenaude wondered what to do with an English degree.
She would try the field of law, working as a paralegal. Unfulfilled, she went back to school to get a degree so that she could become a teacher.
Teaching high school English in Palmer, she developed a...

Recorder: "Fifth-graders work the Green River Cleanup"


Recorder Staff
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
GREENFIELD — How could cleaning up a river be in the least bit pleasant, let alone fun?
“I thought it was going to be gross, just picking up trash all over the place,” sixth-grader Lilly Ross said, reminiscing about last...


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