Anna Dillon, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2015

The Addams Family’s Spooky Success

Anna Dillon, Reporter

May 4, 2015

Zach Grau The theatre department held its production of the highly anticipated musical “The Addams Family” on April 23-25.  The musical had such an impact that one of the actors to play one of the leading roles, senior Sarah McDonnell, is second guessing her future plans in school. “It was an amazing opportunity I had been given to pla...

“The Addam’s Family” Just Around The Corner

Anna Dillon, staff reporter

April 10, 2015

With “The Addam’s Family”  fast approaching, the costumes are being put together, the characters are coming alive due to the work of the actors, and the anticipation is rising. All the crew members are working hard to put together one of theatre’s most difficult productions. Costume crew...

Anticipation over as Mr. FHC is crowned

Anna Dillon, Staff Reporter

April 7, 2015

Students and teachers alike came up to school on March 27th to find out the highly anticipated question for the past month, who is Mr. FHC for this school year? There was a winner for every grade, plus an overall winner. Of them included freshman Gabe Delgado, sophomore Cameron Zelei, junior TJ Buchanan, ...

The Novel: Inspiring students to read

The Novel: Inspiring students to read

Anna Dillon, Reporter

March 2, 2015

Junior Rebecca Kunzer is the definition of a book worm. She loves picking up a book and engaging in it whenever she can. So naturally, she took The Novel  out of interest. Not only was the class fun for her, but she was introduced to books she had never heard of by the teacher, Mrs. Tonishia LaMartina...

“The Addam’s Family” makes progress

Anna Dillon, staff reporter

February 26, 2015

The spring musical, “The Addams Family” is theatre’s new work in progress. Both the crew and cast alike are anticipating the release to the public of the production. The dates are April 23-25.  More specifics to be released at a later date. The paint crew head and junior Emily Schnarr is lookin...

One Acts Approaching

Anna Dillon, staff reporter

January 26, 2015

Theatre is currently working on it’s yearly production, “One Acts.” One Acts,” is a small scale production that gives the students a chance to play the role of a director. From the script to design to props, it is strictly a student-run production. “One Acts is a great learning experience...

Arete digging into more celebrations

Anna Dillon, Staff Reporter

November 10, 2014

Arete is having it’s yearly breakfast on Nov. 21 during 2nd hour.  According to Ms. Amy Zykan, one of the sponsors for Arete, there will be 246 students attending, those of which completed the requirements for at least one pillar; exceptional GPA, participating in community service, and being involv...

An eventful Halloween

November 1, 2014

Halloween is meant to be filled with joy, candy, and horror movies right? For me, it was filled with fright, but not because of  the holiday. My dad was outside moving the trash can and his legs gave out.  He hit the ground chest first, bracing himself with his arm over it. My mom and I were home at...

when life gives you lemons, you have to make lemonade

August 30, 2014

"I'm sorry sir, but I'm afraid I can't perform surgery on you. I won't perform surgery on you."  When my Dad heard those words come out of the doctor's mouth, he wasn't sure if he should be happy he wasn't going to have to go through with it, or be upset that his problem can't be resolved that easily....

Arete club back for another year of fun and recognition

Anna Dillon, Staff Reporter

August 26, 2014

Looking for a club to join this year that’s filled with fun, friends, and celebrations? Then Arete is the club for you. As Mrs. Zykan puts it, “Arete is a program where we recognize student and teacher achievement.” The requirements for Arete are to either be in a sport, club, excel in academics,...

Dealing with Disease~ a Daughter’s Point of View

Anna Dillon, reporter

August 25, 2014

When I was a little girl, me and my dad were inseparable. Since my mom worked during the day dad would stay home with me, playing the role of “Mister Mom” so to speak. We did everything together from going to the grocery store to dragging me along when he got a call to paint someone’s home. I thought...

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