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Seniors Emily Mundle and Olivia Green made sweet notes and delivered them to friends houses.

Empowering Others

New Christian girls group, Archer STL, is creating a positive atmosphere for FHC students
Kierigan McEvoy, Web Assignments Editor May 22, 2020

Nothing is more empowering than when people come together in the darkest of times to support each other’s small successes because they are a big deal and they do matter. It is life giving and satisfying...

Nice day outside? Grab the chalk and head out to leave some encouraging and fun messages to loved ones and friends. No technology needed.

Staying Connected: Screen-less

Creative ways to safely interact without looking at a screen
Kierigan McEvoy, Web Assignments Editor May 7, 2020

In a time where technology is seemingly endless, it is easy for people and communities to stay connected through an unprecedented crisis. Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, social media has helped...

Update: New Last Day of School

Kierigan McEvoy, Web Assignments Editor April 16, 2020

At the virtual board of education meeting tonight, April 16, the District announced that the official last day of the Francis Howell School District’s 2019-2020 school year will be Tuesday, May 19. After...

Update: Information Regarding Senior Traditions and Events

Kierigan McEvoy, Web Assignments Editor April 16, 2020

A lot of expectations and traditions come with being a high school senior. The past few weeks teachers, counselors, and building administrators have been working hard so that these events can still take...

Mrs. Fetsch celebrates, with her FHC family, being cancer free! Even a pandemic could not stop teachers, students, and administrators from doing something a little special for a very special person.

Celebrating Our F.A.M.I.L.Y Quarantine Style

Kierigan McEvoy, Web Assignments Editor April 16, 2020

In a time of solitude and sorrow, there is still joy. There is still hope. There is still community. To honor math teacher Roxanne Fetsch, who has been battling leukemia throughout the past few years,...

Photos by Emily Wolfe, Hannah Bernard and Paige Fann demonstrate  different aspects of life under quarantine at their houses.

What Does COVID-19 Look Like?

Megan Percy April 16, 2020

With Gov. Mike Parson closing schools for the rest of the year on April 9, Spartans settled in for the rest of their school year to be conducted at home. This series of photos and short dispatches aims...

Pencil and paper learning has become a thing of the past, now replaced by screens and keyboards. The concept of grading has also shifted in this abnormal time.

“Hold Harmless” Grading

The Francis Howell School District has decided it's policy for online grading
Kierigan McEvoy, Web Assignments Editor April 6, 2020

For a while, the Francis Howell School District has been wrestling with the issue of how grading will work during online classes, and in an extremely unpredictable time of life. On Thursday, April 2, the...

Mr. Lober looks over class material smiling as he helps a student with her questions. Mr. Lober teaches AP European history; a course with a heavy memorization workload.

Missing School or Missing School?

FHC teachers and coaches are working to navigate the absence of school and their sports season.
Kierigan McEvoy, Web Assignments Editor March 20, 2020

No more waking up at, roughly, 5 a.m. No more lesson plans. No more grading homework. No more school; period. Well, at least not until Monday, April 6. You would think that some would jump for joy at the...

Seeing the Colors

Seeing the Colors

Shedding light on the stigmas surrounding seasonal depression
Kierigan McEvoy, Web Assignments Editor March 4, 2020

Waking up to clouds gathering overhead. The snow is starting to fall, the cold rushing up against the window pane, leaking into the room through cracks in the walls built up to withstand more than just...

Meet the Elite Girls Basketball Seniors

Meet the Elite Girls Basketball Seniors

Read short question and answer interviews and get to know the girls basketball seniors better.
Kierigan McEvoy, Web Assignments Editor February 26, 2020

Senior Night was hosted on Friday, Feb. 22 against Fort Zumwalt West for the girls basketball, boys basketball, Sensations, cheer team, and step team. Both the boys and girls basketball teams came out...

Junior Gracie Stugart passes the ball to sophomore Trinity Matthews in their game against the Holt Indians. The Spartans defeated the Indians and since have also taken down the Francis Howell Vikings.

Girls Basketball Strikes Back

Defeating long time rival, Francis Howell High, the Spartans prepare for their next challenge: Fort Zumwalt West.
Kierigan McEvoy, Web Assignments Editor February 20, 2020

Winning at home is always an adrenaline rush full of screams and shouts of victory, but winning on the road is something else entirely, especially when it’s the team down Highway 94 that you beat.  On...

What a real snow day should look like: abundantly covered in sparkling fluff.

Properly Productive Snow Day

Kierigan McEvoy, Wed Assignments Editor February 7, 2020

Every kids dream: waking up to absolutely zero snow on the ground but somehow getting out of going to school for the day. It can’t get any better than that. Sleeping in until 10:00 a.m. (or later because,...

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