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Sam Lavallee, freshman, putting out the candles on her birthday cake in the comfort of her home.

How To Party Apart

Ways to celebrate a birthday while social distancing
Aliya Prosser, Staff Writer | April 22, 2020

       While the coronavirus has taken a toll on a countless number of spring events, it is still possible to have birthday fun in a safe manner. This year, students find exciting ways to celebrate their big day as they work to keep their distance from others.         As spatial awareness...

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PLAN: Agenda for week 1 of phase 3 online learning.

Six Studying Strategies: Online Schooling during Covid-19

Isabel Messore, Editor | April 22, 2020

       There’s no doubt that students are under an immense amount of pressure regarding the current COVID-19 pandemic. Precautions of social distancing required many schools in the United States to temporarily close until further notice. In regard to academics, students are still mandated to attend...

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Senior Kalyn Cocchia’s tie-dyed tank top. Photo courtesy of Kalyn Cocchia.

Trendy Tie-Dying

Amanda Queiroz, Staff Writer | April 16, 2020

       As time at home drags on, people are looking for new activities to keep them busy. Tie-dying clothes is a great way to change up your wardrobe and keep yourself and family occupied during the days of quarantine.         The fun thing about tie-dye is that there is not a right or wrong...

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Junior Maci Pastir, and her dog, Ally

The comfort of Pets During Hard Times

Becca Palermo, Editor | April 2, 2020

       In trying times, pets can help to comfort their owners. According to an article published by HelpGuide called, “The Mood-Boosting Power of Pets”, it states, “Pets, especially dogs and cats, can reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, ease loneliness, encourage exercise and playfulness,...

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New teacher, Dan Walsh, gets acclimated to new job at Foran. Photo courtesy of Foran staff.

New, Friendly Faces: Dan Walsh and Ashley Dobuzinsky

Aliya Prosser and Francie Grabowski | March 31, 2020

       The CNA program and special education courses are programs that many students look forward to in their high school career. Because of this, when former CNA teacher, Mrs. MaryEllen Magee Brown, retired, students were eager to meet their new teacher: Dr. Ashley Dobuzinsky. As well, many are...

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Milford Board of Education 2019-2020 academic calendar. Photo courtesy of Milford Board of Education.

Should the School Calendar Be Adjusted?

Students appreciate days off during the rigorous school week
January 17, 2020

Christian Piscitelli  Staff Writer          The school calendar changes frequently with holidays, snow days, and parent-teacher conferences. Other breaks in between this time give students some time to relax, but is it enough?          For holiday break we have seven consecutive school...

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Mia Tunucci looks for an open teammate to pass to during last years season against Harding High School on January 7, 2019.

Shooting For the Stars

Student Spotlight: Mia Tunucci
January 9, 2020

Morgan Viesselman Staff Writer         Many people at Foran are both athletes and students who are trying their best athletically and academically to show the most successful version of themselves. Senior, Mia Tunucci, is a very good example of showing success in both of these areas and so...

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Sophomore Jamie Moreno being interviewed for holiday break video.

Students Plans For Holiday Break

December 18, 2019

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Foran High Schools new school counselor Ms.Dove.

Pleasant As a Dove

Ms.Dove Takes On Foran High School
December 12, 2019

Aliya Prosser Staff Writer        We tend to look at student success as an independent goal. Although they are simply the ones that tackle the day-to-day lessons and activities, there are other factors that play into how effective they will be at achieving their dreams; specifically school...

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Seniors Anna Lee Melton and Maxine Lynch working on their Common App. Photo courtesy of Kayla Jurzyk.

Common Doesn’t Mean Easy

What Seniors Need to Know About Common App and Other College Preparatory Activities
November 21, 2019

Ciara DeMott Editor Kayla Jurzyk Staff Writer         As the month of November starts, high school seniors must prepare to apply to college.Seniors are rushing to complete their college applications. According to many students, preparing yourself for college can be overwhelming and stressful....

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Scans show vaping can block your lungs with solidified oil. Photo courtesy of

Growing Vaping Epidemic Leads to Illness

October 14, 2019

Maddie DeBiase & Sarah Casey Staff Writers The vaping epidemic has reportedly led to at least 1,300 teens being hospitalized across 49 US states and the US Virgin Islands, according to an article by the Washington Post. Teens are not only being hospitalized but they’re dying. Twenty-One teens...

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Senior Hannah Turner and her family spending time by the Christmas tree this holiday season.

“Family is Forever”

January 4, 2019

The importance of spending time with family around the holidays Abby Licata Staff Writer      As the holiday season comes around, most families come together and spend quality time with each other. Many students from Foran High School and their families catch up...

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