Foley’s Follies is scheduled for October 21st at 5:30 p.m. in the Cafeteria. [Read more…]
For the next month in Singapore, Taipei, Busan, and Seoul, there is a movement going on. Teams of five are competing in a competition for millions of dollars in prize money. The game they are playing is not a sport, however, and doesn’t require much movement at all. They are playing for huge prize money in a popular online video game known as “League Of Legends.”
When its time for high school students to take your ACT, it can seem very stressful. [Read more…]
High school is hard. Being a teen is probably even harder. We’re growing up mentally and physically, and sometimes all of the changes can be a bit overwhelming. Now, imagine dealing with school, family, drama, and maybe even work. Then add a baby.
With Homecoming fast approaching, many of us are wondering how much the tickets are and where they are being sold. Thankfully, the Foley Lion’s Roar is your one-stop site for valuable school information.
Tickets are on sale for thirteen dollars each and are able to be purchased during each lunch wave. Sales will stop September 26th. You must have your ticket to enter the dance. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR. Guest approval forms are available in the cafeteria during lunch, outside the 900 wing office, and room 404.
Homecoming this year will be held in the same location as last year, the Foley Civic Center, on September 27th. The dance will be begin at eight PM and start winding down around eleven PM.
We encourage everyone to attend because the theme for homecoming this year is Carnival of Carnivores. It should be a great time for everyone!
By Kaitlyn Booker
A lot of students don’t like school lunches. Not because the ladies that make the lunches aren’t good cooks, but because of all of the limitations they have on what they can use to season the food, and what all they’re allowed to put in it. Due to this, many students prefer to bring their lunches from home or not even eat at all. I’m sure most of us have wanted to leave, on more than one occasion, to go to McDonald’s or Chick-fil-a for lunch. Other schools get to do it, so why don’t we? [Read more…]
By Amanda Major
Lt. Tommy Gebhart with the Foley Fire Department recently visited Mrs. Major’s Leadership classes.
Lt. Gebhart is a native of Foley as well as a 1989 graduate of Foley High School. He is also an E.M.T with Med. Star Ambulance service. This was his 4th year to visit Mrs. Major’s freshman students. [Read more…]