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Students as young as 5 years old start their kindergarten year remote learning, but students with disabilities face an even greater challenge.

The Impact of Remote-Learning & Covid-19 on Students with Disabilities.

Tenzin Yiga, Editor: Issues, Politics & Business June 17, 2021

What does it mean to be a student with disabilities? Difficulty with learning, speech, language, and perception, as well as problems with temperament are all issues that children with disabilities face...

GSA members show their PRIDE and support during Becton's Pride Day.

Becton Celebrates Pride Month and So Can You

Julia Bravo, Staff: Arts & Culture June 17, 2021

The month of June brings summer, memories, and togetherness. This month is recognized as PRIDE month in order to commemorate the Stonewall uprising which occurred June 28, 1969, in New York City....

From schools to churches, this country has seen acts of gun violence in almost every setting.

Editorial: The Gun Problem

Aurora Marin, Editor-in-Chief (Focus: Issues, Politics & Business) June 16, 2021

April 20, 1999. July 20, 2012. December 14, 2012. June 12, 2016. February 14, 2018. April 15, 2021. May 9, 2021. All of these dates have one thing in common: gunmen strolling into a public space and loading...

Covid-19 Vaccines Available to Teens

Arfa Hoque, Editor: Technology, Science & Health June 16, 2021

As of Monday, April 19, 2021, all individuals over the age of 16 are able to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Most people are reluctant to get a vaccine because of the long lines at the vaccination sites...

Becton senior, Jaime Sanchez-Cordero, attends an Autism Awareness Parade, with his family, in the Dominican Republic.

The Importance of Autism Awareness

June 8, 2021

Autism doesn't mean one is strange or incapable. People on the spectrum simply look at the world through a different lense that makes them unique, yet they are still the same as typical people. It is important...

Always remember you are not alone, and people are always there to comfort you.

Feelings Go Deeper Than The Expression

Hailey Bulger, Staff: Arts & Culture June 7, 2021

Sometimes the brave face a person puts on can have a deeper hidden meaning. Hiding your true feelings can sometimes feel like the right option, but it may be the complete opposite. Mental health is something...

The class of 2021 finally got a chance to celebrate after a tough year.

Junior/Senior Prom 2021

Aurora Marin, Editor-in-Chief (Focus: Issues, Politics & Business) June 4, 2021

June 2, 2021, was an incredibly magical night for many Becton students. Guys and gals dressed to impress their friends and family. Becton's juniors and seniors entered the beautiful Legacy Castle...

Since 2014, Dr. Dario Sforza has helped Becton Regional High School to advance by focusing on students and staff.

On Principal’s Day, the Cat’s Eye View profiles our Fearless Leader: Dr. Dario Sforza

Arfa Hoque, Editor: Technology, Science & Health May 1, 2021

“Chase the dream, and the money will follow.” This is the belief of Becton Regional High School Superintendent and Principal Dr. Dario Sforza, who followed his passion and made a difference in hundreds...

Acrylic, oil, watercolor, etc. painting is considered to be one of the most well known styles of painting when it comes to getting a broader audience recognition.

Popular Art Challenges, like “World Art Day”, Allow Artists to Explore Unique Styles and an Endless Palette of Colors

Klaudia Gajewicz, Staff: Arts & Culture April 30, 2021

Every year on April 15, artists around the world get together to express their distinguished art styles in an annual event known as World Art Day. Using modern technology, artists get to characterize their...

Hailey Bulger, of the Cat’s Eye View student newspaper, interviews cast and crew of Becton Performing Arts Club’s “A Chorus Line”.

Despite Covid-19 Restrictions, the Show Must Go On.

Hailey Bulger, Staff: Arts & Culture April 23, 2021

Noah Buscher’s “Earth and I” illustrates a clear message about working to improve the environment and our ecosystems. Depicting this image of a plant being grown in the hands of a person, it sheds light on the hope that if we change our ways and contribute to a sustainable lifestyle we can improve the planet’s health.

51 Years of Earth Day: Recognizing the issue of climate change and what you can do to make a difference.

Tenzin Yiga, Editor: Issues, Politics & Business April 22, 2021

Devastating fires rage on throughout California and Oregon, droughts persist in the southwest, floods hit record high numbers in Europe and Africa, and waves of heat infiltrate Greenland. Every day, the...

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