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Yelling in Yellow: The student section wearing yellow/gold to support Alex’s Lemonade Stand, September 8, 2023.

Taking A Stand Against Childhood Cancer

Elle Philpott and Kelsey Kiely | September 28, 2023

          Everyday, 47 children are diagnosed with cancer in the United States alone. Alex’s Lemonade Stand (ALSF) raises funds, awareness and a glass of lemonade to help kids fighting cancer. The goal of ALSF is to support the children and families that are impacted by the harsh reality of childhood...

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Donna Halcott: August 20, 2023.

“No Day Shall Erase you From the Memory of Time”

Ellie Pasacreta, Staff Writer | September 13, 2023

           “It did not seem possible that something of this magnitude could happen in our country,” Donna Halcott says.“It was a massive wake up, call, and an end to naïveté.”             On September 11, 2001 at 8:41 am, horror struck on New York City. What seemed like any...

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Mrs. Dawn Davis: Staff Yearbook Photo of Mrs. Davis.

Remembering Ms. Davis

Jocelyn Gonzalez and Dabi Lee | June 13, 2023

          Ms. Dawn Davis was a science teacher dear to the Foran community who touched many young minds, friends, and family alike. On April 5, 2023, Ms. Davis passed away after a long battle with an illness.            Davis began teaching at Foran in 1995 and has since left a lasting...

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Colleen Ardolino will be playing soccer at Bryant University this fall.

College Bound Athletes

Kylee Payne and Luci Cappello | June 13, 2023

          This year 12 seniors are committed to continue their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level. Commitments vary in division, with a total of three Division I commits, three Division II commits, and six Division III commits stemming from Foran’s athletic teams.     ...

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Family Ties: Matt, Sawyer, and the rest of the Miller family enjoy a night out .

Passing the Torch

Senior Siblings Memories and Advice
Chris Adkins and Joseph DeFreitas | June 7, 2023

          One of the most important connections has always been the older and younger sibling duo. With seniors getting ready to graduate in the spring and many underclassmen siblings only just beginning their high school journeys, many impactful memories and farewells are in store.       ...

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Ready For The Next Step: Jonna Lord poses after committing to Sacred Heart University for D1 Cheerleading and business. April 25, 2023.

On To a New Chapter

Future Careers for Seniors Entering Their Prime Years
Haley Stroffolino and Isabella Palisi | June 2, 2023

          As seniors embark on a new journey after high school, they look forward to creating the rest of their life. For some, it's going into education, or continuing their sports career. Let's look at how they got there, and how they decided what profession to join.            In order...

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Rock Painting: The seniors paint their handprints on the rock outside of Foran the day before school starts, August 30, 2023.

Foran Flashbacks: Seniors’ Favorite Memories

Chloe Nittoly and Hannah Salsbury | June 2, 2023

          As the school year comes to a close, the class of 2023 prepares to graduate and start their lives outside of high school. The seniors reflect on their time at Foran, thinking about the best memories they have made here and what they will miss the most.            Carolina Burcio...

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Together: Some band seniors gather together for Band Senior Night while holding their instruments, November 10, 2022.

“Without Them, We Wouldn’t Have Our Leaders and Role Models”

The Importance and Legacy of Seniors in the Foran Band
Gavin Conte, Staff Writer | June 1, 2023

          According to many, the contributions of the Foran band to our school community and environment are very important. But, many of these contributions cannot happen without the dedication of band seniors. This year, there are 24 seniors in the band, about 1/3 of the entire band.    ...

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What’s for Lunch: A school lunch with a turkey, ham and cheese panini.  April 26, 2023.

What’s the Hunch on the Favorite Lunch?

Senior Favorites
Luke Cruz and Luke Thomas | May 30, 2023

          School lunch is important for seniors in high school since it can help them stay focused and energized throughout the day. As students get older, they often have more demanding schedules and responsibilities, including after-school jobs and extracurricular activities. A healthy lunch helps...

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Present and The Future: Current quarterback Jack Cushman (left) next to future quarterback Joe Gagliardi(right) on the sidelines. September 16, 2022.

The Impacts That Could Last a Lifetime

Class of 23’ impact on underclassmen
Matthew Nolan and Jackson Doyle | May 30, 2023

          From leading in times of stress on the sporting field to helping with school responsibilities, to say that the seniors have had a positive impact on the underclassmen is an understatement.            In sports, senior captains serve as the model for the underclass athletes and...

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Board of Education Liaisons: Board of Education Liaisons Venice Montanaro and Connor Nieman pose for a selfie., September 12, 2022.

Seniors in Student Government – The Mark They Will Leave Behind

Evan Kerzner and Austin Lermayer | May 30, 2023

          Student government officers are elected by their peers in their class. The officers help plan events, pep rallies, fundraisers etc. The 2023 student officers are President Julia Deicicchi, Vice President Mallory Janik, Secretary Kaitlyn Beaupre, Treasurer Kaleigh Morton, and Board of Education...

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G.I Morgia: Captain James V. Morgia posed for a picture after his speech. May 22, 2023.

A Look Through the Past

Veteran Captain James V. Morgia’s Story
Jocelyn Gonzalez and Jack Beaupre | May 26, 2023

          Captain James V. Morgia, an 100 year old veteran of the United States Army, who served in both World War II and the Battle of the Bulge, recently spoke to the freshman class about the recollection of his life.            This experience was organized by history teacher Mrs. Cindy...

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