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     “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 […]

Budget Cuts Bring Concern


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 […]

Warde Day Gets New Theme





Even in the stress of the Carillon concerts, we were granted the opportunity to sit down with the FWHS band director Mr. Marsland for a comedic interview. Below we ask him a series of questions, of which never really had anything to do with the concert, but should still give […]

Focus Interview with Mr. Marsland




This issue’s student spotlight goes to Daniel Knorr, a senior here at Fairfield Warde. Dan is a prestigious student who has received some of the highest accolades in the school. From swim team captain, to Key Club co-president, he is a huge part of the community. He is also a […]

Student Spotlight: Daniel Knorr


It’s almost time for everyone’s favorite part of the year… midterms! While this can be a stressful period of time for everyone since these tests do count towards final grades, it doesn’t have to be that horrible. There are many different tips and tricks that can help any student do […]

Top Ten Midterm Tips and Tricks


  The 2016 election season is best summed up in one word: unprecedented. A political outsider running against a woman, both of which had once seemed unfathomable, quickly became the reality of the past 24 months. The candidates disputed tough issues including immigration, ISIS, global warming, gender equality, and the […]

Students React to the 2016 Presidential Election