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Party Central lights it up

Party Central lights it up

Payton Amlong, Photo editor

June 2, 2018


Filed under Discover, Galleries, Showcase

The annual post-graduation lock-in started off with a bang during a seven-minute fireworks display in Don Muench Memorial Stadium at 10 p.m. on June 2.

Enriching young minds with art

Enriching young minds with art

Dianni Guerra, Staff reporter

May 14, 2018


Filed under Discover, Showcase

 In the most artistic section of Central’s halls lies room 246, the home of AP Art History, taught by Michelle McCune for the first three classes of the day. AP Art History is a class which combines world history with art to enrich young minds of the different cultures of the world. Mrs. McCune has ...

Unsung heroes

Unsung heroes

Carlin Bippen, Staff Reporter

May 8, 2018


Filed under Clubs, Discover, Showcase

New perspectives on theater are shared by those who play a different part in bringing the show together

Cracks in the system

Cracks in the system

Garrett Allen, Discover Editor

May 4, 2018


Filed under Discover, Showcase

When the doors to polling stations finally closed at 7 p.m. on the evening of April 3, the news was immediately apparent. After over one month of intense campaigning, counter-campaigning, and months of strategic planning prior, the Francis Howell School District’s major tax/spending legislation – Pr...

An ultimate win

An ultimate win

Connor Crites, Video Editor

May 1, 2018


Filed under Clubs, Discover, Galleries, Move, Move, Showcase, Ultimate Frisbee

After a tense game with Chaminade, the Central ultimate frisbee team came out on top with a score of 15-13. The game was very close until the end, when FHC managed to get a two-point lead. “It was a pretty negative atmosphere,” said senior Andrew Siemers. “We won, even though they were a tier on...

Technology Here Today

Technology Here Today

Zoe Lentz, Staff Photographer

April 24, 2018


Filed under Discover, Feature, Feature, Uncategorized, Video

Its not just students at FHC, its people everywhere who use their phones as an extinction of their life. back then, people didn't need their phoned to function, but the world has changed.

The juul problem

The juul problem

Kierston Fisher, Staff Photographer

April 6, 2018


Filed under Discover, Discover, Uncategorized, Video

A recent trend lately with teenagers and young adults has been something known as a ‘juul’, A juul is a small vaping nicotine product that is intended to wean long time smokers off of smoking cigarettes but teens use it for a popularity factor or to get a “nic buzz”. Schools have found out about th...

Step up, stand out

Step up, stand out

Bella Davis, Staff reporter

April 4, 2018


Filed under Discover

Making a difference. Citizens hear about this in their everyday lives. We all strive to be like those who have already made a difference, especially when the opportunity is right on your front door. Something terrible has happened recently and the entire nation knows about it. Not only that, but mostly e...

All spoons in

All spoons in

Paige Fann, Staff reporter

March 21, 2018


Filed under Clubs, Feature

Froot Loops. Cap’n Crunch. Frosted Flakes. Lucky Charms. There’s a new club at FHC, Cereal club. Cereal Club is a great place for any one with a love of cereal and time on Thursday morning, to eat cereal. Cereal Club, besides being a different Club, has an interesting origin. Mrs. Rulo, the club spo...

#NeverAgain

#NeverAgain

Emily Mann, Print Editor-in-chief

March 15, 2018


Filed under Discover, Showcase

“Hello Francis Howell Central Students, many of you have chosen to participate in the national school walkout today.” Cold air slaps the face of students walking in unison, standing for what they believe in. “We value the student voice here at Howell Central and we will respect this form of ...

Brian Higginbotham, board candidate

Brian Higginbotham, board candidate

Amy Wilkerson, Yearbook Editor

March 14, 2018


Filed under Discover, Showcase

If you are elected to be on the school board, what will your top priority be? If I am elected to the school board, I have a long list of initiatives I intend on introducing; all with equal importance toward the overall growth of our district. However, if I picked my top priority, it would have to be...

Sandy Ferguson, board candidate

Sandy Ferguson, board candidate

Amy Wilkerson, Yearbook Editor

March 14, 2018


Filed under Discover, Showcase

If you are elected to be on the school board, what will your top priority be? 1st. Safety of students in school.  Our school district has always been on top of this issue, revisiting it many times throughout the year.  We have done well but, we always have room for improvement. I will always keep th...

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