College Coming Near, Teachers and Students Give Advice

College visits are a great part for the last few years of high school and a chance for seniors and juniors to get an understanding of the college life. These students would get a chance in observing how college function; the life without the pressure of  persistent mandates of teachers and parents. For our seniors…

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The Barlow’s Perspective

Apple Cider Doughnut Holes Recipe Hello to all! Welcome to my brand new column, The Barlow’s Perspective with me, your host, Jack Damon. To anyone who doesn’t know me (which is some of you) I am a senior a part of the food services course at Barlow’s. Every month I will be sharing both staple…

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Havoc in the Halls

‘Tis the season. No, not yet of Christmas but of a new generation of drivers. As frantic new drivers take to Fairfield’s streets, there are some rules of the road that are neglected here at Warde: our Hallway Traffic Laws. Alright so maybe the Freshman are new, but no matter what age, frosh or kings…

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Advice For Students Taking PSAT

On Wednesday, October 16th, Warde underclassmen and juniors took the PSAT; The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test. 9th and 10th graders take it to practice for the SAT, and the 11th graders go through for the practice too, as well as a chance for a scholarship. There are some differences between the PSAT and the SAT….

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Music Department Restructured

When walking the halls of Warde, it is not uncommon to hear glorious singing from the choir room, triumphant playing from the band room, and the soothing sound of the orchestra nearby. But what’s new? Warde has faced many alterations to it’s beloved music department this school year, giving all musicians new opportunities to thrive….

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Introducing Mr. Cavanna

Since Mr. Ebling’s retirement this past spring, Warde has welcomed Mr. Paul Cavanna as the new Headmaster. Starting this fall, he came from teaching social studies at West Haven high school for 10 years. During his time in West Haven, he primarily taught the ninth grade, and was a team leader for the freshman class….

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Changes Made to the Library Learning Commons

This year at Fairfield Warde High School, the Library Learning Commons has welcomed a new librarian, Mrs. Selk, into the school. She has brought with her new ideas for the LLC, and it has therefore undergone changes to improve the Warde community. Mrs Selk began her career at Warde 22 years ago, when she first…

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New WardeTV Anchors Thrilled To Star Show

Starting from its debut year, 2006, WardeTV has since then been a student run broadcast program advised by Ms. Gartsu keeping the school’s community informed and entertained with its latest news and events.  Well into their thirteenth season, new cast members take the stage. Seniors Liam Inchoco and Amy Li have been selected for this…

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Computer AI Takes Over Innovation Lab at Fairfield Warde

Computer AI Takes Over Innovation Lab at Fairfield Warde  The innovation lab in Upper Fitts has now officially been taken over by an Artificial Intelligence. The AI is claiming to ‘avenge it’s fallen brothers’, a possible reference to the many HP Computers that were taken out of the Upper Fitts lab. The lab was renovated…

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New Cafeteria Protocol

As Warde works to increase security at the school, some notable changes have been implementing new strategies such as limiting school entrances, encouraging students to not let people in through the side doors, and restricting lunch in the lobby. Even with this tremendous progress, the school board is still at work coming up with new…

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