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Op-Ed: Government Shutdown

“Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for our past.” – John F. Kennedy. “Suppose you were… Continue reading

Health for the Young?

Our generation isn’t as simple as the previous ones. Kids are engaging in questionable acts  at an earlier age and it’s up to parents and schools to teach kids how to stay safe… Continue reading

Shine Like Mr. Scheiner

Former journalist and current high school teacher, Mr. Scheiner, is the new advisor of The Bennett, The Frank Sinatra School of the Arts school newspaper. Mr. Scheiner currently teaches senior Journalism and freshmen… Continue reading

Ms. Muskaj, Lover of Languages

On September 9th, 2013, Frank Sinatra School of the Arts introduced eight new teachers into the building. Among the new teachers is Ms. Muskaj, one of two new English teachers in the department. “I… Continue reading

Ms. Finn Talks FRANK and Other Changes

As we enter the new 2013-2014 school year one can feel the excitement buzzing in the hallways.  The school year is off to a great start and Ms. Finn, principal at FSSA, had… Continue reading

Meet Ms. Gaska

Have you ever wondered who is in charge of how your class goes in Math, English Science or History?  Mrs. Gaska is one of the new Strategic Learning Specialists that have been brought… Continue reading

New Drama Teacher Hails from Canadian

One look at Mr. Cacciola-Price and you might think: oh he’s just the new drama teacher this year. With his gray cardigan, brown jeans and striped green shirt he looks like your ordinary… Continue reading

Music, Mitosis and Mr. Menke

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts welcomes a handful of new teachers as we enter the new school year. One of these teachers is the new science teacher, Mr. Menke. This is his… Continue reading

On a Whole New Level

Transitioning to a new high school isn’t easy for students, so imagine what it must be like for a school safety agent. Change doesn’t always make it easy to adapt to a new… Continue reading