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Apps, Byes and Hellos Covered in Central's 'Paw Print'

Student newspaper releases first edition of 2013-14 school year.

It's back and stronger than ever – the West Morris Central student newspaper, the Paw Print.

In its third school year since re-launching, new editors and reporters have taken over the journalistic responsibilities of the publication, and delivered a strong publication to start the 2013-14 series. 

Student journalists give a goodbye to Richard "Chief" Lansing, a school facility monitor who parted ways with the campus earlier this year. Conversely, a profile article on new monitor Tim Smarth welcomes Lansing's replacement. 

Stories also take a look at national affairs and the future of education at the school. See the attached .pdf file for more. 

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