Tag: Jeff Foster

MSD teacher, Mr. Jeff Foster, shares what his day in quarantine looks like

MSD teacher, Mr. Jeff Foster, shares what his day in quarantine looks like

Entering month three of quarantine, it’s not only the students’ lives that have changed, but also the daily routine of teachers has been altered in order to adjust to the circumstances of COVID-19. Now that students are completing their fourth quarter of school online, teachers […]

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Teachers Jeff Foster and Ronit Reoven host ‘Tea Time’ Zoom call

Teachers Jeff Foster and Ronit Reoven host ‘Tea Time’ Zoom call

On Friday, April 17, AP Government teacher, Jeff Foster, and AP Psychology teacher, Ronit Reoven, hosted an informal zoom call for their students called “Tea Time.” The name stemmed from the phrase “spilling the tea,” as the two aimed to share news and discuss opinions […]

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Graphic by Brianna Jesionowski

Political discussions find their way into the classroom

In the age where political opinions make or break one’s career, many professionals choose to avoid sensitive topics in their workplace as to avoid crossing a forbidden line. In the classroom, however, controversial and political topics are often relevant to what students are learning. Teachers […]

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"For Which We Stand" by Jeff Foster, AP Government teacher, is to be released on Sept. 1. Photo courtesy by Scholastic

AP government teacher Jeff Foster publishes the book ‘For Which We Stand: How Our Government Works and Why It Matters’

AP Government teacher Jeff Foster has written a book on government. The book, entitled “For Which We Stand: How Our Government Works and Why It Matters,” is aimed at 8-14-year-olds and is intended to give an overview of the way the U.S. government works. It […]

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Try one of these new cookbooks to up your game this Thanksgiving. (Dreamstime/TNS)

Should we have the whole week off for Thanksgiving Break?

Thanksgiving is one of America’s most beloved holidays. It’s a time for families to get together and be thankful for one another and their lives. As a result, in most school districts, students get a few days off to celebrate the holiday. In Broward County, […]

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Petition to cancel school on Nov. 1 reaches 62,000+ signatures in five days

Petition to cancel school on Nov. 1 reaches 62,000+ signatures in five days

A petition has been started to cancel school on Friday, Nov. 1 for Broward County Public Schools. The petition started on Change.org, by Hollywood resident Karen Doberman, has reached over 62,000 signatures since its creation on Oct. 24.  “I believe that since Thursday is the […]

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Faculty Marshals revealed for Graduation

Faculty Marshals revealed for Graduation

Every year, high schools across the nation send off their graduating class into the next chapter of their lives with a graduation ceremony- the end of their four-year long journey. However, it is the group that leads those graduates into the ceremony that ultimately established […]

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