Ruthann Kimbrel

The stress of classes and my thoughts overwhelmed me. Now that it's almost over I can be okay with my thoughts

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2020

As the quarantine wrapped up I found it hard to deal with work. It was only two weeks in or so when I was told by my parents I had multiple missing assignments from multiple classes. It was overwhelming, the online classes, the adapting to the new normal, being alone with my thoughts that ensnared me...

Which FHC Teacher Would be Your Best Friend?

Which FHC Teacher Would be Your Best Friend?

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff Reporter

May 15, 2020

If you could describe yourself in one word would you describe yourself as: A.) Energetic B.) Responsible C.) Extra D.) Passionate   What is your favourite hobby?: A.) Travelling to new places B.) Playing or listening to Music C.) Going to Amusement Parks D.) Playing...

Top 5 Disney+ Shows and Movies

High School Musical the Musical the Series advertisement poster redying the audience for the Disney+ launch. This show is mostly targeted towards teenagers due to the subjects it covers.

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff Reporter

April 30, 2020

#1: “High School Musical: the Musical: the Series (HSMTMTS)” is a ‘The Office’ style mockumentary that follows East High’s theatre group and their advisers as they manufacture attempts to make their ‘High School Musical’ musical a success while going through their own personal trials and t...

10 Top Tier Holiday Gifts

The Gift of Self-Care: With a box, bag or basket, he present of self care can help a family member or friend going through stressful holiday shopping and finals during the school year. Adding in small things like a funny coaster for drinks, packed food such as donuts and a card wishing them a Happy Holiday

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff Reporter

December 24, 2019

 Decorated Photo Frame- If your loved one or friend has a favorite photo but nowhere nice to display it, a decorated photo frame is the gift for them. Go to Michaels, Hobby Lobby or JoAnn Fabric and Craft Store to pick up a photo frame and decorations like stickers, paint markers, patterned duct...

Meeting Their Needs

Junior Dylan Waters laughs and claps as he and Sophomore Zoe Grumich play with bean bags. The two students generally work together during third period. The bean bags and other toys are things they are allowed to play with during their Adaptive PE Class, a class that has been on the books as been available to students but hasn't had the enrollment or equipment to support it.

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff Reporter

December 2, 2019

  The multi-purpose room lights are dimmed and the sounds of laughter and words of encouragement from mentors and TA’s echo through the hallways. The students in the class are playing their designated game of badminton, the rare game of the class, with their mentor and TA friends that t...

If I Did a Review on Marching Season Then…

The FHC Colour Guard poses for a photo at a home football game. They were excited to have the season to be filled with members

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff Reporter

November 11, 2019

The cold fall air stung our eyes as the sequins on our costumes scraped at our right arms. Our skirts  twirled around our legs while the purple and pink gradient flag’s silk showed off its colours in the air and rifle straps snap on landing, allowing us to perform like no other. This past band season...

Leading the French Revolution

Two students work on an activity worksheet and one of them asks for help from Madame Roznos who gladly helps. Madame Roznos has worked at FHC for three years as a French teacher only to come to school, teach a lesson and hand out lesson worksheets over the lesson, this year however, is different.

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff reporter

June 20, 2019

The neat pods of desks invite students into the brightly colored French class of room 237. Inside sits students eagerly waiting to work on an interactive activity put together by Ms. Amy Roznos. The French program is one of three foreign language courses available at any high school grade level in th...

Preparation with purpose

Marie Cook, Elyssa Herrera and Evelyn Herrera perform at the Pink Out Pep Rally. The seem to be spinning their flags in time.

Ruthann Kimbrel and Holly Whaley

February 19, 2019

Preparing for competitions, especially later ones in which judges become more critical in performances for the successful implementation to exceed the judges expectations it takes hard work, life-draining intensity and enormous amounts of emotional, mental and physical involvement. After experiencing...

The mighty eight show how “Tomorrow Starts Now”

After their performance on January 26th, the guard poses for a photo.  They had placed in 7th of sixteen guards there in their class

Ruthann Kimbrel and Holly Whaley

February 1, 2019

 Everything seemed to be going wrong for sophomore Gianna Deidrick, it was her first winter guard competition, her coach was late and no one knew where their coach was.   “We were a huge mess. Nami was late due to her accidentally sleeping in an extra half hour to an hour and we had no idea what...

Theme of “Changes”

Ruthann Kimbrel and Holly Whaley

January 9, 2019

A Saturday morning, eight visual artists, paint and a tarp; the winter guard is sitting on their fully blank canvas with three volunteers in the empty cafeteria with only the sun shining through the windows.     Sophomore Kory Martin experienced her first color guard bonding experience while pain...

Waiting for Winter

2018-19 Winter Guard is pictured at their first practice in December on the guards Instagram. They love working and being together.

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff reporter

December 11, 2018

Eight students, three coaches and one goal for each individual. Each goal is special and specific to each student; some want better technique, some want to learn more rifle exercises and choreography on their left side, since they already know some on their right and others want to actually catch a flag p...

Esports: the climbing trend in schools worldwide

Esports has become very popular recently. Globally there have been 206 million players.

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff reporter

September 11, 2018

The last bell of the day goes off at 2:20 PM on August 30th. Mr. Kris Miller heads to Conference Room C so he can go to the ESports club meeting. This meeting is with one of the two groups; the CSGO gaming group. Kids are spilling into the halls, running for the buses while eight or ten kids duck into...

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