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April 2022: The Photo Issue

Keaton Frye, Photo Editor-in-Chief April 22, 2022

To us, being a photographer is not only about finding perfect lighting or making the color look just right, it’s about capturing a specific moment. This issue is a little bit different than the previous...

April 2022: Farther Than Face Value

Tea Perez, Editor-in-chief April 8, 2022

Each student who walks through the halls of FHC is unique, an individual with feelings, opinions, thoughts, and interests. With a school as big as our own it’s impossible to learn everyone’s stories,...

October 2021: Back to Normal

October 2021: Back to Normal

Tea Perez, Editor-in-Chief February 23, 2022

The staff of the Central Focus explores students returning back to a "normal" school year, delving into what it's like to see all of people's faces, what it's like to be a student who was virtual last...

January 2022: Unpacking Immigration

January 2022: Unpacking Immigration

Tea Perez, Editor-in-Chief February 23, 2022

Our cover story examines students who've immigrated from another country or who have immediate family who have done so. https://issuu.com/fhcpublications/docs/brand_new_january_v2

December 2021: Celebrating at Central

December 2021: Celebrating at Central

Tea Perez, Editor-in-Chief February 23, 2022

Our cover story focuses on the multitude of holidays celebrated in our community. https://issuu.com/fhcpublications/docs/november_issue_final_v2

April 2021: Rewired

April 2021: Rewired

Tea Perez, Web Editor October 22, 2021

The staff of the Central Focus explores the mental health of students and teachers in the midst of a pandemic. https://issuu.com/fhcpublications/docs/issue_4_final_doc_v3_april

Fun at the Photo Booth!

Fun at the Photo Booth!

Tea Perez and Hannah Bernard September 20, 2021

Members of FHC Publications manned a photo booth at the Homecoming Dance on Sept. 18, allowing attendees to pose for photos with their dates and have fun with their friends.

March 2021: Bridging the Virtual Divide

March 2021: Bridging the Virtual Divide

Tea Perez, Web Editor-in-Chief March 18, 2021

https://issuu.com/fhcpublications/docs/issue_3_final_document_final  

Yearbook Pick-Up Set for Aug. 11-12

Yearbook Pick-Up Set for Aug. 11-12

August 7, 2020

Copies of the 2019-20 edition of the Odyssey will be available for student (or guardian) pick-up on Tuesday, Aug. 11 from 2-6 p.m. and Wednesday, August 12 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Please check the final...

A group of seniors cheer for their classmates after they had finished the senior parade on May 28.

A Day To Say Goodbye

Megan Percy, Web Executive Editor May 29, 2020

On May 28, several hundred members of the class of 2020 gathered in the student parking lot to visit their school for a final time. When school was ended for the year on March 13 by Gov. Mike Parson due...

To The Class of 2020 …

Paige Fann, Staff Photographer May 18, 2020

To the class of 2020, although you didn’t get to experience your last few months of senior year as expected, the FHC staff wanted to say goodbye. The positive impact, you have had at FHC, and your strength...

The Senior Class of 2020

Megan Percy, Web Executive Editor May 14, 2020

Science teacher Patrick Reed calls the names of students from the class of 2020 that have earned recognition from the school and/or from colleges and shares their plans for after graduation.   

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