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Starting College and Careers

Starting College and Careers

Ty Nedungadi, Staff Reporter

October 12, 2019

While other students are starting their day at Central at a desk, senior Kyle Bryan starts off his weekdays by driving to Saint Charles Community College and begins his first hour with the dual enrollment program. Bryan finishes his class and drive back to Central to continue his enrollment there. Going f...

Expanding Horizons

Expanding Horizons

Sarah Percy, Staff Reporter

October 10, 2019

Kendra Minch, senior at Francis Howell High School, has been granted the joy of leading a club she feels passionately about and working with students who share her passion. This club is Raven Robotics. Their name was not “pulled out of a hat”, but has a specific and unique meaning: Robotic And Vehicu...

Giving Students a Voice

Giving Students a Voice

Rachel Vrazel, Social Media Editor

October 7, 2019

It’s a Tuesday in August, and a handful of students are slowly making their way into conference room C at the beginning of 4th hour. They walk in, laughing and joking with each other while grabbing water and some snacks from a nearby table before sitting down. After a few minutes, Dr. Sonny Arnel ...

Food, Fun, and Faith

Food, Fun, and Faith

Essy Ingram, Staff Reporter

October 4, 2019

The intensive agenda of a student-athlete consists of drills, drills, and more drills. Sitting through hours of consecutive lectures, commuting down to the field for a session of sweat and recurring soreness; they are consistently being pushed to their mental and physical limits. Fortunately, there is a...

Impeachment Is The Focus of Social Studies Classes

Impeachment Is The Focus of Social Studies Classes

Kierigan McEvoy, Web assignments editor

October 2, 2019

The last week, history classes around school have been muddling over one word, a specific word: impeachment. This word has recently been made popular by current political events which now has forced actions to be taken and classrooms to address the complexity this word brings to the nation’s politics. AP Governmen...

Delayed first day

Delayed first day

Kayla Reyes, Paper Editor-in-Chief

August 28, 2019

Missouri students will soon have to gear up for a big change coming next school year. House Bill 604, which was signed by Gov. Mike Parson on July 11, will modify the start date of Missouri public schools by allowing districts to set an opening date no earlier than 14 days prior to the first Monday ...

The learning curve

The learning curve

Kana Chung, Copy editor

August 26, 2019

It’s Thursday, Aug. 8, and the first day of Willow Klein’s freshman year. She sees a bright, shiny bus roll up to her stop. The driver can be heard clearly over the brand-new overhead speaker. She experiences a mixture of excitement and anxiety as her high school career officially begins.   For ...

Driven adversity

Driven adversity

Kierigan McEvoy, Web assignments editor

August 19, 2019

A lot goes into planning a school year. Scheduling, preparing, and conducting meetings. Meetings galore. Meetings about schedules, meetings about new classes, meetings about paying hall monitors, meetings about new school lunches, meetings about the construction of a new weight room.   Meetings ab...

Leading the French Revolution

Leading the French Revolution

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...

Restoring the Circle

Restoring the Circle

Robyn Ziegemeier, Staff reporter

June 6, 2019

The seminar on Feb. 20 was just another day for the majority of students. Unlike the rest of the school, the entirety of the freshman class headed towards the small gym for their once a quarter gathering to participate in restorative circles. Once at the gym, they went into their smaller groups they ...

Lindberg keeps their L

Lindberg keeps their L

Zoe Lentz, Staff Photographer

May 16, 2019

FHC's lady spartans play an easy game against Lindberg at the very first home playoff game in history on May 13th 2019. FHC won 14-0 with an amazing shut-out. The flyers played a great game and not once did they lose their urge to fight for that dub. Central was ecstatic with their win and all together...

Down to the Wire

Down to the Wire

Savannah Drnec, Staff photographer

May 3, 2019

On Friday April 26th class of 2018-19 practiced the routine and ran through the schedule for their graduation ceremony. The room was filled with excitement and nerves as seniors entered their final weeks as high schoolers. Senior Ella Hutchinson said "Im most excited about the freedom that I will receiv...

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