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John Zawislak (left) and Anthony Bamford broadcast a football game for RCTV in the fall. The duo played an important role in bringing sporting events to those who could not attend in person.

Dynamic duo

Matt Dunne, Sports Editor
December 31, 2020
Local residents celebrated Halloween a bit differently this year.

Enjoying a social distancing Halloween

Jamie Ford, Managing Editor
November 3, 2020
Ride sharing apps like Uber, the

Remembering the 2010’s

Katie O’Callaghan, Features Editor
March 25, 2020
Spring-Ford students compete in the Vex Robotics League event held at Spring-Ford in February.

Tech Talent

Ian Cowie, Assistant Features Editor
March 20, 2020
Spring-Ford music student rehearse during the school day with director Seth Jones (right).

Grand Band

Jessica Wosak, News Editor
March 20, 2020
Spring-Ford Media Communications Manager Andrew Rothermel produces an RCTV segment on editing equipment.

Rothermel producing for RCTV

Matt Dunne, Sports Editor
February 15, 2020

Putting the fun in fundraising

By Katie O’Callaghan, Features Editor
December 15, 2019
Students celebrate during the Pep Rally on the final day of Spirit Week. Flexibility with scheduling and use of the gym help make the week special for students.

Spirit Week takes a team

By Brooke McGettigan, Staff Writer
December 15, 2019
From left, seniors Sophia Books, Emma Grohe, and Anna Marchini dress up as Costco workers on Superhero/Rock Star/Celebrity Day during Spring-Ford’s Spirit Week.

That’s the Spirit

By Aly Sadowniczak, Entertainment Editor
December 15, 2019
History teacher Brad Seltzer poses with students during the Impact Awards.

Making an Impact

By Sydnee Sherrick, Editor in Chief
June 20, 2019
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