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A simple setup of ice cream and music enjoyment. Lots of new music has been released in the last few weeks.

Isaiah Salin, Design editor

May 18, 2020

Limiting school to 2-3 hours a day is really beneficial for mental health, allowing more time to talk to friends and enjoy hobbies everyday. Simple things such as playing listening to music makes the day go by much faster and is more enjoyable than being in physical school. Along with the fact that many m...

Trump acquitted

President Trump delivering a speech in St. Charles in March of 2018.

Isaiah Salin, Design Editor

February 26, 2020

Impeachment begins in the House of Representatives where the representatives hold a vote in a committee called the House Judiciary Committee on whether or not to approve the articles of impeachment. In order to continue the impeachment process a 51% majority vote is required. If the Committee votes with maj...

Inked Up

Inked Up

Isaiah Salin, Design Editor

December 5, 2019

Bzzzttt. Bzzzztt. The needle moves in and out of the skin, injecting ink into the second layer of skin. For many people, tattoos are a major appeal, for looks and meaning. Tattoos and piercings are a large factor of modern-day culture and they have become a simple way to show art on your body. Fo...

The Music Decision

The Music Decision

Isaiah Salin, Design editor

October 17, 2019

Everyone listens to music. But should you really pay to listen to it? Paid subscription services such as Apple Music (60 million users) and Spotify (100 million users) are popular, and have many advantages as opposed to listening to music for free.  There is no worse feeling than enjoying your playlist or a speci...

Practice Makes Perfect

Kannon Cissell evading a defender while running along the sideline.

Isaiah Salin, Staff reporter

October 8, 2019

In football especially, practice makes perfect. At a 3-2 start to the season, the team has attributed their success to practice and their team’s familial bonding.  Kannon Cissell believes that the team’s success is largely driven by their practice work and family-like bond. “Making new ...

Humble beginnings

A view on the weight room, and the old equipment that will fill the auxiliary weight room

Isaiah Salin, Design editor

August 19, 2019

Every morning, and after school everyday, dozens of students flood to the weight room to work out. One of these past students has made a huge step to improve this important room. On March 14, FHC alum Pierre Desir signed a three year, $22.5 million dollar contract extension with the Indianapolis Colts....

Mrs. Shockley

Mrs. Shockley talking with a student during class

Jacob Edwards, Staff reporter

May 8, 2019

Through high school, there have been many teachers that have impacted me. One of the ones that has left a great impact, is Mrs. Shockley. She teaches AP Lit, and let me tell you this: it’s lit. She makes every class period fun and enjoyable, and teaches us all about the different things we need to...

Mrs. Sprick

 Mrs. Sprick encouraging a student to continue working hard

Liz Baker, Print Editor-in-Chief

May 8, 2019

I just wanted to thank Mrs. Sprick for being one of the most kind and understanding people in this building. She’s always kind and enthusiastic about what she has planned for the day and brings a brightness to my day. She is really encouraging to me and it is really nice to see how much she genuin...

Ms. Rulo

Mrs. Rulo helping a student with her AP Calculus classwork

Gabby Buchholz, Copy editor

May 7, 2019

I went into AP Calculus this year a little terrified and very worried. I’ve been lucky to usually excel in math classes, and have always been able to balance school with work, theatre, and anything else in my life. But Calc. pushed me, and in more ways than one. But right alongside it there was...

Mr. Schott

Mr. Schott informing students about the fine art of journalism

Kayla Reyes, Social media editor

May 7, 2019

Dear Schott, This school year has been one of the best of my life. Being in newspaper has given me the greatest passion I’ve ever known, and I’m so grateful to you for being a mentor and role-model throughout my process of growing as a journalist. You are truly the best teacher I’ve ever ha...

Mrs. LaRue

Mrs. LaRue lecturing her freshman Pre-AP English I class

Jacob Edwards, Staff reporter

May 7, 2019

Mrs. Larue might have one of the toughest teaching jobs there is. Not because her class is super hard, but because she teaches Pre-AP English to the freshman, the kids who are new to the school. She has to teach them the basics of high school English, and help prepare them for what will come later i...

Mrs. Morrow

Mrs. Morrow helping a student with classwork

Kana Chung, Move editor

May 7, 2019

Teaching is a common profession; however, not all teachers are able to evoke the passion for learning many students require to flourish in an educational environment. Mrs. Morrow is another story. Not only is she extremely intelligent and gifted in her mathematical abilities, but she is also able to communi...

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