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Life in a Week at FHC

May 22, 2012

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Volleyball kills at state

May 22, 2012

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A cool comeback

Alli Keisker

May 19, 2012

As the ball volleyed back and forth over the net, the crowd cheered with excitement after every Spartan point. While the game was down to the last crucial points, the audience fell silent as each serve was made, but shouted with excitement as each point was earned. With one hit away from the winning po...

Disappointed, yet keeping the faith

Alli Keisker

May 19, 2012

The boys struggled to keep control of the ball throughout the second game which leaded to a loss of 15-25. Despite the loss, English teacher Ms. Laurie Fay feels the boys are playing well and will continue throughout the third match. “I am disappointed, but have a lot of faith in the talent that...

‘I believe that we will win’

Alli Keisker

May 19, 2012

After each and every winning play, the whistle blew and the crowd roared in support of the boys volleyball team. This support only pushed the boys to want to work even harder to earn their school the first state title of the school year. Though the boys had a rough start in the beginning of the fi...

Spartans bring pep to state volleyball match

Alli Keisker

May 19, 2012

Instead of the usual blue and silver, beach hats, sunglasses, leys, tank tops and grass skirts were all worn by hundreds of students, faculty and staff in support of the boys volleyball’s state match against St. Louis University High School at Lindenwood University. The game started at 8 p.m., b...

Ashley Wager

Alli Keisker

May 7, 2012

As students, we long for a teacher who treats us with respect. We long for a teacher who brings creativity into their lessons. We long for a teacher who makes each and every day tolerable. We long for a teacher who isn’t afraid to joke around with us. We long for a teacher who we wish we could ha...

Students unite in Gay Straight Alliance

Alli Keisker

April 27, 2012

Thursday, April 12 was a day like any other for some, but for students such as juniors Amy Sweeney and James Pugh, it signified the first meeting of the Gay Straight Alliance. “Mr. [Nick] Beckmann asked me why support for the gay community is only shown when they are faced with hate, such as Westbor...

Seniors embrace their last main stage

April 13, 2012

The makeup is done and the costumes are fitted. The microphones are checked and the lights are on. The curtain swiftly opens and the stage lights draw all the attention to those on stage. The actors in ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’ look out into the audience as they await fo...

Fire marshall finds errors in annual inspection

Alli Keisker

March 30, 2012

Whether it meant traveling, staying out late or spending time with friends, spring break was a time for students and teachers to relax, but for the theatre department, it meant an unexpected visit during a spring break rehearsal. This visit gives the theatre department a minor setback with its plans it...

Art Club begins printmaking T-shirts

February 22, 2012

Art Club began creating the Leap Day Year T-shirts on Feb. 21 after school. The club is printmaking the T-shirts, like they have in the past. According to Art Club Sponsor Amy Roesslein, the club has always used printmaking to create the T-shirts. “It’s cheaper to use printmaking to make the T-...

Leap Day T-shirts lack sales

Alli Keisker

February 7, 2012

On Feb. 1-3, Art Club sold T-shirts for Leap Day. The club has been selling T-shirts every year for holidays such as April Fool’s Day and Arbor Day. Unfortunately, according to club sponsor Mrs. Amy Roesslein, the Leap Day shirts were not a success. “We had about five to eight T-shirt sales wit...

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