The Thanksgiving tradition for the Becton Football Team was to challenge their rival, the Rutherford Bulldogs.
Becton's Cat's Eye View Staff shares high school newspaper stories that they dug up from the archives.
Becton used to have a swim team that was coached by Mr. Walter Siri.
The Becton cheerleaders once had the opportunity to perform their cheering routines on television.
Cat's Eye View staff members raised $400 in advertisements so the newspaper could continue to be published 4 times per year.
Becton students got the opportunity to meet the 42nd president at the Candlewyck Diner days before he was elected.
SAC Counselor Ms. Klamerus, who taught special education courses for about 20 years, was recognized by a local newspaper.
The Becton Prom was held at the Westmount Country Club in 1982, and Becton used to offer an Anthropology elective.
The school store used to be referred to as "Bectondales".
Acting Vice Principal Mr. Bononno began his teaching career at Becton in the 1990's.
Ms. Giancaspro used to lead her high school volleyball team.
The senior class used to take weekend trips to Rocking Horse Ranch in New York.
The school's speed bumps were installed in 1979.
The original school fence was installed in the late 1970's and cost $12,290.
The Becton Band used to host a 24-hour fundraiser packed with musical performances.
Seven hundred students were once enrolled at Becton.
The school day was once lengthened in order to add an additional period to each day.
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