Friday, March 22, 2013
Proceeds benefit the school's marching band.
More than 70 vendors featuring handmade items will be selling their wares at the Archbishop Wood High School Spring Craft Sale this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The sale is at the school. Admission costs $2.00; free for those under age 12. The sale is sponsored by the Archbishop Wood Marching Band.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
He was an active duty Navy Petty Officer who had just returned home from a seven-month deployment to Afghanistan, completing his 4th tour to the Middle East.
Wednesday, March 20
Pasquale Antonio Troisi of Warminster passed away on Monday, March 18, 2013 at Temple University Hospital Burn Center after suffering injuries from a fire. He was 31. Born in Abington, he was the son of Pamela Desch Troisi of Warminster. Mr. Troisi was an active duty Navy Petty Officer who had just returned home from a seven-month deployment to Afghanistan, completing his 4th tour to the Middle East. Pasquale joined the Navy at the age of 19 after graduating from Archbishop Wood High School in 2001 with hopes of becoming a Navy Seal. He worked his way up by serving in combat tours in Iraq. Before entering Navy Seal training, Pasquale suffered several injuries forcing him to withdraw from training. He quickly volunteered for his 4th and …
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Pasquale Troisi was celebrating his return from a recent tour in Afghanistan when he was injured in an explosion at a welcome home party, according to reports.
Sources say one of the two people injured in a gas explosion at an Upper Moreland Township home was a Naval officer who had just returned home to Warminster following a tour of duty in Afghanistan. 6ABC.com reports that 31-year-old Pasquale Troisi, of Warminster, was critically injured when a chiminea fireplace exploded in the back yard of a Hatboro home Friday evening. They report Troisi was at the home celebrating his return to the area at a party in his honor at the time of the incident. He was medivaced to Temple University Hospital. Triosi's family members told 6ABC he would be in a medically induced coma for three weeks and in the hospital for at least three months. Troisi, petty officer second class, had just returned to his …
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
The meeting was held at Archbishop Wood High School
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
The following release was provided by the Bucks County press office: The banners ringing the campus of Archbishop Wood Catholic High School in Warminster Township support the secondary school’s mission to “Strive for Excellence.” Last December, the Vikings captured an elusive PIAA football championship in dominant fashion. During March, the Lady Vikings earned their third consecutive PIAA girls’ basketball crown. On Wednesday, May 16, inside the school’s spacious auditorium, Bucks County Commissioners Robert G. Loughery, chairman, Charles H. Martin and Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia proclaimed the occasion “Archbishop Wood Pennsylvania State Champions Day” throughout the County of Bucks. “We are very excited that the Commissioners wanted to …
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Archbishop Wood High School is joining the fight against hunger.
At an assembly Tuesday morning, students from Archbishop Wood High School announced they are joining more than 20 other schools in the Philadelphia region to fight hunger by collecting non-perishable food items for Philabundance - a not-for-profit hunger relief organization that donated over 21 million pounds of food to the needy last year. “We accept the challenge to help Philabundance,” Archbishop Wood High School Assistant Principal Mary McDonald told the student body. The school is trying to raise 25 tons, or 50,000 pounds, by March 2. The call to action is part of Shire’s Second Grеаt Food Fight, which hopes to raise 100 tons of food between the schools for locals in need. The 100 tons of food could provide up to 200,000 meals, …
Friday, January 27, 2012
Police are maintaining a presence at Archbishop Wood High School Friday morning after the school received a threat.
Thursday, December 15, 2011
The Thursday morning event was held to get students behind their Archbishop Wood Vikings football team.
The student body filled the seats of auditorium at Archbishop Wood High School Thursday morning for a pep rally held in honor of the school's football team, which is headed to Harrisburg to play at the state championship in Hershey Friday night at 7 p.m. The morning event featured music and video entertainment to get the crowd in the mood for the Friday night's game against Harrisburg's Bishop McDevitt High School. Wood Head Coach Steve Devlin told the audience he wants to see all of the school's students at tomorrow night's game cheering on the Vikings. As of Thursday morning, the school has 10 bus-loads of students signed up to attend the game.