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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 sales list from our publisher to verify you have purchased a book.  FHC Buyer List Students should enter the campus on Spartan Dr. and turn lef...

A Day To Say Goodbye

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

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 coronavirus pandemic, seniors lost a myriad number of moments that would provide them closure...

To The Class of 2020 …

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 during this time will not be forgotten. You will be missed, and congratulations on all your accomplishments,...

The Senior Class of 2020

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.   

2020 Local Scholarship and Francis Howell Central Departmental Award Winners

2020 Local Scholarship and Francis Howell Central Departmental Award Winners

Megan Percy, Web Executive Editor

May 13, 2020

Tonight, each of Francis Howell Central's department chairs and various program leaders award their senior department awards. In addition, guidance counselor Trevor Wolfe presents several local scholarships. Thursday, May 14: Calling names of students that have earned recognition from Francis How...

2020 Perfect Attendance and Athletic Award Winners

2020 Perfect Attendance and Athletic Award Winners

Megan Percy, Executive Web Editor

May 12, 2020

Tonight, Dr. Sonny Arnel and Activities Director Sonny Arnel present perfect attendance awards to seven students who had perfect attendance throughout their four years at FHC, as well as to seven scholar-athletes who were recognized by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the U.S. Marine Corps and Missouri State...

Chase Redington

Chase Redington

Chase Redington, Yearbook Editor-in-Chief

May 12, 2020

With the recent closure of all schools in Missouri, I’ve had my learning moved to be online. In order to receive teacher’s lectures and assignments, the students must use programs like Google Classroom and Zoom.  As a result of having to learn at home and not at school, many students have t...

2020 Senior Awards videos

2020 Senior Awards videos

Megan Percy, Web Executive Editor

May 11, 2020

Francis Howell Central is proud to present its annual senior awards over the course of the next three days, as we are unable to present them in person at school. The schedule will be as follows: Tuesday, May 12: Perfect Attendance and Athletic Award winners, presented by Principal Sonny Arnel and ...

Austin Wagner

Austin Wagner

Austin Wagner, Staff Reporter

May 11, 2020

Not much has changed, save for getting this puppy, as well as the extra free time to be extremely bored. We also are currently watching over a bird but the bird isn’t as hard to watch over as this adorable demon.

Dawn Susek

Dawn Susek

Dawn Suses, Sports Editor

May 10, 2020

Dear COVID-19, You are a blessing but a curse. You let me and my family spend way more quality time together than usual. We have spent not only more dinners together but even breakfast. Projects are getting done around the house and so many games are being played. Yet you are also hurting my family...

Katrina Sturholdt

Katrina Sturholdt

Katrina Sturholdt, Staff Reporter

May 9, 2020

With the recent closure of many public buildings, many people have become bored, and almost to the point of feeling stir crazy. This includes me, as I no longer attending work, go to my dad’s house, and like many other students in the area, attending school online. It’s hard to not be able to see peop...

Brett Kleckley

Brett Kleckley

Brett Kleckley, Staff reporter

May 8, 2020

Social distancing has taken a toll on everyone’s personal lives. Not being able to interact with friends and some family is challenging for many, but, for some people, having pets staying with them at home makes it a little better. For example, my two cats curl up to sleep by me providing a nice, s...

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