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Jenna Supple

Jenna Supple, Staff Writer

     Hi! My name is Jenna Supple, I am a senior this year. I am choir Vice President and a part of the drama club at Foran. In my free time I love to hang out with friends and family. This will be my second year doing journalism and writing for the Mane Street Mirror. 

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Swimming Away:Emma Fiorillo competing in a meet for Foran Swim, February 8, 2021.

Juggling Sports and Jobs During School

March 4, 2022

     Stress is one of the major things that a student deals with throughout their school career. In Connecticut the legal age that students are allowed to work is 16 and many students choose to get a job as soon as possible to feel more independent.      Many students still want to enjoy their...

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Marching with Pride: The Foran band marching in a parade showing their lion pride. Photo courtesy: Ms. Jessica Turner December 8, 2021.

Foran Band’s New Performance

December 13, 2021

     During halftime of Foran football games, students, staff, and parents get the chance to see Foran's band perform popular songs. Each year the band has a different choice of music and performance.       There is a lot of work put into the band. The band starts practicing in the summer just...

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Moulin Rouge: Moulin Rouge stage right before a show. Photo Courtesy: Casey Wiederhold, September 24, 2021 .

Broadway Back in Action

December 6, 2021

     At the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, Broadway was one of the first places to close, and returning to the stage has its own complications.      During quarantine, multiple shows were cancelled and would supposedly not return to Broadway, including Beetlejuice and Mean Girls. However, stage...

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Honoring the 20th Anniversary of 9/11: 9/11 Tribute Museum and lanyard fundraiser information. Photo courtesy: Rachel Rowley, September 2, 2021

Foran Teachers Remember 9/11

Rowley Organizes Fundraiser Which Proceeds are Donated to the 9/11 Tribute Museum
September 29, 2021

     On September 11, 2001 terrorists hijacked four planes. Two of the planes flew into the World Trade Center. As lower Manhattan became engulfed in debris, fear and uncertainty gripped the hearts of Americans.      A total of 2,977 Americans were killed and thousands injured in three separate...

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Pictured is the pink super moon. Photo courtesy: Delsie Lopez, April 26, 2021.

Next Time to Look Up at The Stars

May 21, 2021

     There have been many astronomical events that have occurred in the past couple of weeks. In fact, there are many more to come in the near future that anyone interested in astronomy would not want to miss. This includes supermoons, meteor showers, and eclipses.       Supermoons occur when...

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1st and 10: Jennifer Langlois and her fellow employees pose for a photo for Touchdown’s Grand Opening.

Hopping into the First Quarter

Touchdown Nutrition scores with a twist on the typical healthy lifestyle
December 22, 2020

     Touchdown Nutrition, a new nutritional cafe opened on the Boston Post Road, November 21 and customers are saying it is a smashing success. Cafe owner Jennifer Langlois is excited to bring a new meaning to the word nutrition while adding a little spice; her family’s passion for football.   ...

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Mrs. April Scepanski poses in the auditorium. Photo courtesy: Kat Parker

Teacher Spotlight: April Scepanski

November 21, 2020

     Foran Choir is welcoming a new director this year, Mrs. April Scepanski. As she works hard at both Foran and Harborside, she is very excited to see what this year brings from both schools.      Scepanski previously worked at Tyrrell Middle School, West Shore Middle School and Harborside...

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