Budget Cuts Bring Concern

     “This year’s budget is the perfect storm,” said Thomas Flynn, a 12-year member of the Fairfield Board of Finance at the public hearing on the possible cuts to the education budget for the coming 2017-2018 school year. On Saturday morning, the town had its annual event where members of Fairfield and its community…

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Warde Day Gets New Theme

Fairfield Warde prides itself on living up to its well-known acronym: welcoming, academic, respectful, dynamic, and ethical. Among the five pillars that we balance in order to create a wonderful school community to be a part of, it is the dynamic days that many students look forward to. One of those awaited days is Warde…

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Whitesplaining: The Real Issue with La La Land

La La Land was slated to be one of 2016’s best flicks, earning a whopping 6 Oscars, 7 Golden Globes, and 5 BAFTAs. The movie was gorgeous and energized, filled with some of our favorite stars and immersing us into the dream-like LA night life. And yet, the excitement seemed to be smothered when musician Rostam…

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Reasons Why Students Should Take a Business Course

It is time to decide on what courses to take next year and while Fairfield Warde offers many electives, a business course should be one of the most important to consider. Mrs. Danso, a business teacher, was interviewed on her thoughts concerning the importance of Business classes. Mrs. Danso was first asked about what the most important reasons…

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Local Theater Spotlight: BMA’s Little Shop of Horrors

Local theater group Broadway Method Academy has been putting on fantastic performances since it’s start in 2014, and their most recent production has only continued this trend. This past weekend, they took on the show Little Shop of Horrors, a delectable sci-fi horror musical with an electrifying 1960s pop/rock score by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman…

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