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Staying At Home and In Shape

Zoe Michals, Staff Reporter

March 30, 2020

Self-isolation is one of the most important factors in slowing the spread of COVID-19 and ensuring a speedy recovery back to our “normal” lives. However, there are negative consequences that can be assumed for many who are staying in their homes.  As the pandemic takes its course in the Unit...

Common Ground

Common Ground

Kana Chung, Copy Editor

March 30, 2020

On Sunday, March 15, the Francis Howell School District announced that all of its schools will be closed through April 22, due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  Although classes are currently scheduled to resume on April 6 at FHC, sports and activities are not are not able to practice during this bre...

In The Coming Weeks

In The Coming Weeks

Megan Percy, Web Editor-In-Chief

March 22, 2020

As the predetermined spring break comes to an end for the Francis Howell School District, so begins the two-week hiatus from in-person attendance at schools across the state. While it has been mandated that school will not be in session, the district is doing many things to help students, teachers, and...

Missing School or Missing School?

Missing School or Missing School?

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 thought of not having to deal with annoying high school students for an extra two weeks, but mat...

Days In The Life: Sarah LaRue, AKA A Clean Freak

Days In The Life: Sarah LaRue, AKA A Clean Freak

Sarah LaRue, Guest Writer

March 18, 2020

As many who have walked into my classroom or my home can observe, I’m a bit of a neat freak. I like everything to have a place, and I love my world to not just be organized, but clean. This is how I was raised, and this goes back generations in my family; my great-grandmother cleaned the dorm rooms at Linde...

Restaurants in the St. Louis Area Set to Close Dining Rooms

Restaurants in the St. Louis Area Set to Close Dining Rooms

Kana Chung, Copy Editor

March 18, 2020

Tuesday, officially announced at a joint news conference of regional leaders, all restaurants and bars in the St. Louis area have been ordered to cease dine-in services by midnight on Thursday. Many establishments have already put these precautions into effect, but taking these actions is no longer opti...

Days In The Life: Jeremy Rohrbach, a sports fanatic in quarantine

Days In The Life: Jeremy Rohrbach, a sports fanatic in quarantine

Jeremy Rohrbach, Guest Writer

March 18, 2020

Background notes:  I dropped my daughter off with her grandmother this past Sunday and she is staying there all week. That makes my life a lot easier right now as I don’t have to worry about finding her entertainment and don’t have to homeschool her — yet. I would have been so much more stre...

Days In The Life: What FHC Is Doing During COVID-19

Days In The Life: What FHC Is Doing During COVID-19

Megan Percy, Web Editor

March 18, 2020

The staff of FHCtoday.com has reached out to members of our community to see what they are doing during this three-week break forced upon the district by COVID-19.  These dispatches are simply meant to be something to give you insight into what the student or teacher got up to on a given day...

COVID-19 Live Updates

COVID-19 Live Updates

Megan Percy, Web Editor-In-Chief

March 16, 2020

With the recent outbreak gaining momentum, keeping up with COVID-19's trajectory can be helpful and informative. Updates will be coming regularly throughout the days in the coming weeks. 

FHSD Cancels School Amid COVID-19 Concerns

FHSD Cancels School Amid COVID-19 Concerns

Kayla Reyes and Kierigan McEvoy

March 15, 2020

Amid COVID-19 concerns, the Francis Howell School District has suspended all classes and activities for an extended two-week period after spring break. School is scheduled to resume on Monday, April 6. This may come as a shock to students and their families, but Superintendent Mary Hendricks-Harris maintaine...

COVID-19 Concerning Cottleville

COVID-19 Concerning Cottleville

Megan Percy, Web Editor-In-Chief

March 15, 2020

A hack or a cough heard by any passerby can evoke a flinch. Hand sanitizer, surgical masks, and even toilet paper has flown off the shelves at supermarkets everywhere. Everyone is tense, waiting for the storm to hit. Waiting for the now-infamous coronavirus. As the chaos of the virus infects the rest o...

Fighting for the City

Fighting for the City

Gracie Kruep, Photography Editor in Chief

March 11, 2020

While the primaries rushed towards Missouri, the democratic frontrunners, Senator Bernie Sanders and Vice President Joe Biden took their campaigns to the city. Presumably, trying to reel in the minority and underclass vote that heavily resides downtown. Biden spoke at Kiener Plaza Park on Saturday Mar....

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