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Walking for Breast Cancer

Saddle Brook High School’s first Breast Cancer walk was recently held to spread breast cancer awareness and collect money for the Susan G. Komen foundation. Most teachers and administrators deemed the event a success in raising $2,182. Normally, every year, Miss. Blesing, the founder of the walk and her cheer team donate money through fundraisers but…


Apple Dumplings Recipe

November 5, 2014 – Hey, everyone! If you’re looking for a fun, tasty, and easy to make fall dessert, try these apple dumplings! Ingredients: 2 large apples (Rome are the best for baking) 2 Pillsbury crescent dough tubes 1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon 1 1/2 cups of white sugar 2 sticks of butter 1/2 teaspoon…


Catching Z’s for A’s

November 5, 2014 – Friday, Period 8. You’re trying to get through the period without your eyelids slowly dropping, and your head is about to fall on the desk to take a much needed nap. Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. The reason why so many students at school are like this is because of…


Saddle Brook Civics: A Word With the Mayoral Candidates

November 3, 2014 – Election Day is tomorrow, and our schools are closed for a very good reason, people need to go out and vote. For upperclassman who are 18 and therefore eligible to vote, November 4th is your chance to choose your representatives. Recently, the Falcon Flyer got the opportunity to talk to both mayoral…


Letter From Our New Principal: Mr. Lawlor

Dear Parents, I am looking forward to serving the Saddle Brook community in a new capacity as the MS/HS principal, effective September 1.  I have enjoyed working with all of you for two years as vice principal to provide a positive educational experience for your children. Although my role is changing, please continue to expect…


Wild Wednesday

Saddle Brook High School’s Science Honors Society hosted their very first Wild Wednesday, in the new gym during periods 7 and 8, where students were able to pet a variety of animals that came from Animal Experiences.