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Jack Beaupre

Jack Beaupre, Sports Editor

Hello, my name is Jack Beaupre and I am a senior at Foran High School. I am the sports editor for the Mane Street Mirror. I am also the captain for the varsity football team.  In my free time I like to hang out with my friends and relax.

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Working out: Senior Brady Sciuto exercising at the gym, July 18, 2022.

Activities Students Use to Reduce Stress

Jack Beaupre, Sports Editor | January 3, 2024

          According to Cross River Therapy, 45% of students in high school admit to being stressed almost every day in school. Students are stressed out and some have found fun activities that relieve stress.            Foran School Counselor Mrs. Kelianna O'Brien says, “Stress is taxing...

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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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Fun in The Sun: Milford residents enjoying one of milfords parks, April 15, 2023.

What Milford Has to Offer: Summer Edition

Jack Beaupre and Jake Israelite | May 5, 2023

          This summer, Milford has a lot of activities to do, ranging from going to one of the 15 public beaches, picking up a new activity, or even participating in the Milford Recreation Playground Program.            Milford Recreation Supervisor Mike Dooling says, “The Summer Playground...

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Hear our roar: The final product of the 2022 yearbook. February, 18, 2022.

Behind the Scenes of the Yearbook

Jake Israelite and Jack Beaupre | March 20, 2023

          The yearbook staff works hard for the entire school year to put together a yearbook for the end of the school year. The class is run by Yearbook Advisor Ms. Meghan Condon. The class is a half-year class meaning some students only work on the yearbook for the first semester and second semester...

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The Background: The behind the scenes of the morning announcements production October 14, 2022.

Behind the Scenes of the Morning Announcements

Jake Israelite and Jack Beaupre | October 26, 2022

          The Foran morning news has been back up for two years since Covid-19 shut it down for one year. The final product may come out every morning, but the background on how the show is put together is even more interesting.            The supervisor, Mr. Tom Dillon, explains that there...

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Let the games begin: Foran students participating in the first Milford pickleball tournament on September 24 ,2022.

The Growth of Pickleball in the Milford Community

Jake Israelite and Jack Beaupre | October 10, 2022

          Recently, pickleball has expanded not only in Milford, but around the world. Milford has added 19 pickleball courts and provides a league for all types of pickleball players of all ages.            This sport is  never too late to start playing as 52 percent of the core pickleball...

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Check up: People play basketball behind the library, May 12, 2022.

What Milford has to Offer: Summer Edition

Jake Israelite and Jack Beaupre | June 2, 2022

Over the summer, Milford Recreation offers many activities for everyone of different interests.  Milford Recreation has a summer program for kids called the Playground Program. This program takes place at many different schools including Live Oaks, Matthewson, Milford Academy, West Shore Rec. Participants...

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Ms.Green helps students: Ms.Green helping students at ASAP.

ASAP: An After School Learning Program

Jack Beaupre, Staff Writer | April 8, 2022

     At ASAP, students get the opportunity to get extra help on schoolwork.  ASAP is made for anything you have to do related to schoolwork. There are always teachers available to help you on your task. These teachers give you a 1-on-1 opportunity to help you learn.      At ASAP there is a...

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A Nike Ajak missile being paraded through downtown Milford . Photo courtesy: , “Probably early sixties.”

A Different Type of Nike

A Look Back at Milford's Nike Site from the Cold War
Jake Israelite and Jack Beaupre | March 3, 2022

     Milford was once home to a missile site. Back in 1957, the Milford Nike was put into operation to protect the area from attacks during the Cold War, a period of geopolitical tension between the United States and the Soviet Union and their respective allies.       Nike Sites were used to...

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Fantasy Football: Professional fantasy player Mason Bryant playing fantasy football.

2021 Fantasy Football Season Recap

Jack Beaupre and Jake Israelite | December 20, 2021

     This year of fantasy football has been very surprising. There have been many busts and many booms throughout the year.      Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey, the cocenius number one overall pick, came into the year with his average draft position (ADP) also being first. McCaffrey,...

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School Store Inventory: Foran merchandise inside the school store.

Grand Reopening: Foran School Store to Reopen in the Near Future

Jake Israelite and Jack Beaupre | November 23, 2021

     The Foran school store has been closed for over two years due to Covid-19, but it will reopen in just a few short weeks under the direction of business teacher Mr. Jeff Blude, and will remain at the end of red hall.      The store will sell items including tee-shirts, sweat pants, bucket...

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Foran Football Fans: Photo of the student section chering.

Alex’s Lemonade Stand

A Deeper Look Into the Nonprofit Selling Lemons for Cancer
Jake Israelite and Jack Beaupre | November 8, 2021

     This January, Alex’s Lemonade Stand will have funded childhood cancer for 17 years. Alex’s Lemonade Stand is majorly different from all other companies/nonprofits fighting against cancer because of the story behind it. A four year old girl diagnosed with cancer decided to start a lemonade...

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