Fairfield’s Annual A Cappella Night

As the month of February concluded, Fairfield Warde High School’s two a cappella ensembles prepared for one of the most important shows of the year, “A Cappella Night” at Tomlinson Middle School on February 22nd. The performance has become a staple in the Fairfield music department, inviting Chamber Singer groups from Tomlinson, Fairfield Woods, and…

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The End Of An Acting Era

We’ve just entered the third term of the school year, wrapping up the first half year courses from term one and two. One of these courses included Acting, most commonly populated by the class of 2019. Members of this class have been part of many theater productions here at Warde, including The Three Sisters, Into…

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School Musical: City of Angels

Another musical production is heading to Warde this coming spring. Mr. Frattaroli is directing the comedy City of Angels, written by Larry Gelbart, and unites various art departments around the school to help contribute to the making. Preparation and enthusiasm from the students and teachers involved are already in the midst as each one does…

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Opinion: When Will Trump Stop His Collateral Damage?

President Trump has spent the last two months – the past two years really – failing to convince Congress to pay for and build his beloved border wall. His selfish pursuit of the wall has caused an incalculable amount of collateral damage on our country and its people. When will this ludicrous charade of his…

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What’s With the Weather?

Since late November of 2018, the weather in Fairfield has been a series of extreme ups and downs. For the first time in a while, when Warde students say that it’s freezing outside, they’re actually telling the truth! It’s not often that someone can say they feel like they are getting frostbite in our moderately…

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Senior Feature: Benjamin Grambs

A member of the Varsity Jazz Ensemble, National Business Honors Society, Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestra, and Warde TV Senior Producer, you can catch Benjamin Grambs all over school in many different activities. Like many of the other seniors, he is worried about applying to college, but has an added twist: ROTC applications. The Focus sat down…

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Cone on Solar Panels Barely Hanging in There, Just Like You

For a school year full of changes here at Fairfield Warde, one thing has remained constant, inspiring our staff and showing strength for our students: that traffic cone on the solar panels. Despite rain, snow, ice, and wind, that little orange cone has avoided sliding off the angled panels near the grass football fields. “It…

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Yet Another Teacher Bested by YouTube Autoplay

This past Friday, an unfortunate tragedy took place at Fairfield Warde High School. It is a scene far too many students are familiar with, and an issue few teachers fully understand. During his third period AP Literature class, beloved teacher Mr. Frattaroli was bested by YouTube Autoplay, a well-documented enemy of teachers. After showing his…

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New GPA and Course Names

This past year, there has been much controversy within the Warde community over courses and their GPA weightings for future years. On January 22, 2019, an email was sent out regarding the administration’s plan for GPA weighting changes and course name updates. The message highlights five main themes among comments from the Board of Education,…

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The Innovation Lab

This past month, Warde TV featured a story on the new Innovation Lab, a converted computer lab in Fitts House. The idea for the new room came from Dr. Toni Jones, current Superintendent, and is rooted in the “Vision of A Graduate” movement, specifically the “Innovative Learning Initiative,” hence the name. The opening of the…

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