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Seniors Jess Wosak (left) and Elizabeth Power speak prior to class Jan. 5. Spring-Ford students are currently attending in-person classes under the hybrid learning model, with measures such as mask wearing and social distancing utilized to promote safety.

Safety key in return to classes

Ally McVey, Staff Writer
January 14, 2021
The 2020 election was the first time voting for many across the country, Spring-Ford seniors included.

Seniors share first voting experience

Akene Moutchia, Staff Writer
December 23, 2020
The Spring-Ford School Board approved a hybrid return for high school students, starting Nov. 12 for grades 7-9 and Nov. 16 for grades 10-12. Grades Kindergarten-Sixth will return full-time, in-person Nov. 12.

SF high school headed to hybrid

Bryn Borzillo, Editor in Chief
November 4, 2020
Dr. Robert Colyer will become Spring-Ford's next High School Principal.

Colyer named principal of high school

Jackie Vickery, Managing Editor
July 29, 2020
Spring-Ford students are essential workers around the district at stores such as Wegmans.

Unspoken Heroes

Amanda Huxta, Staff Writer
May 26, 2020
This graphic shows the infection curve with (blue) and without (green) intervention measures. The blue curve is the ideal method to treat the coronavirus because it avoids overwhelming the hospital system and offers officials more time to combat the virus.

Analyzing the COVID-19 Curve 

Aditi Mangal, Staff Writer
May 15, 2020
Pictured is an illustration of the coronavirus released by the CDC.

What are Infectious Diseases?

Alexa Alessandrini, Editor-in-Chief
May 15, 2020
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