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Art Festival Comeback

Maya Culian, Social Media Editor & Photographer April 25, 2022

After two years FHC finally had their Art Festival on Friday Apr. 1. The festival was ran by NAHS [National Art Honors Society] and was filled with all the different arts and activities. There were stations...

Kaylee Wright acting as Elvira.

Blithe Spirit

Rebecca Hornberger, Staff Photographer December 10, 2021

On Saturday, Nov. 20, the FHC Spotlight Players finished up their production of “Blithe Spirit”. Cast and crew had been working hard for 2 months to prepare for the show. There were four performances...

Allie Raines holding the big ball of plarn

Good Planets are Hard to Find

Samantha Castille, Staff Photographer November 22, 2021

Environmental Club had planned on going on nature walk to pick up trash, but the weather had other plans. Despite the Rain      on  Wed. Nov. 17 the still managed to make an impact by turning plastic...

Junior Jack Schriber sits at his computer ready to debate. Photo courtesy of Jack Schriber.

Debate is Headed to State

Tea Perez, Web Editor-in-Chief March 11, 2021

On March 6 the Speech and Debate team competed in their district tournament. This was the second year that the team has participated in debate. Junior Jack Schriber and senior Jackson Ford placed second...

Mikayla Jacobs and Hannah Rodriguez looking at Mrs. Baird for direction.

Hitting the High Note

Chloe Schwab, Staff Photographer February 22, 2021

Possible budget cuts occurring in the state may affect the fine arts programs at Francis Howell Central, such as the choir program. Many students use choir as an outlet to their normal school routine,like...

Art After Hours

Art After Hours

Paige Fann and Hannah Bernard February 5, 2021

National Art Honor Society, is a club that focuses on giving an outlet to students who want to express themselves through art. NAHS allows students to spend additional time outside of art classes perfecting...

Additional Games: This is the Round 1 Complete screen from the Esport teams recent Overwatch semifinals  play. They won the semifinals and hope to broaden their winning streaks with more games.

Engage in Esports

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff Reporter January 14, 2021

The FHC E-Sports team is currently recruiting for two more of their competitive games, Super Mario Bros. and League of Legends. Senior Tyler Belina is ecstatic for this year's recruiting. “We recruit...

Very Important Persons: The FHC E-Sports team competed in state semifinals Jan. 12th. They will be moving into finals being held on Jan. 14.

Plugging in to Championships

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff Reporter January 13, 2021

The FHC Esports Club has officially entered their Championship Week! Last night, Jan. 12, the club faced off in the semifinals and proved victorious as they compete in the finals on Jan 14. Club sponsor...

Mr. Young watching members in a zoom call

Games Club Looks to Expand

Cole Maxwell, Staff Photographer September 14, 2020

One of the lesser known clubs at FHC is a tabletop roleplay club that we refer to as “Games Club”. Due to the recent loss of many seniors, the club has begun shrinking in size. A rough transition...

Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak in Missouri, MSHSAA has announced that sports cannot practice or compete when school is not in session. Similar precaustions have been taken for many activities at FHC.

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...

UNDERSTUDY: While Ms. Baird has a substitute for the hour, Elliot Jenner plays piano and sings in the free time.

Choir Prepares For Three Upcoming Performances

Morgan Kromer, Staff Reporter February 26, 2020

Choir is revving up speed lately as they are preparing for three events, all coming up soon. First, the State Preview Concert on Thursday. Then, the Black History Month assembly on Friday. And last,...

At the winter pep assembly, both general education and special needs students perform a dance together. The dance showcased the level of inclusion that All of Us Cub strives to promote to all students.

Inclusion For All

Faith Beckmann, Staff Reporter February 20, 2020

Smiling faces crowd the room and laughter fills the air as students crowd around making crafts and having fun. Inclusion is the main goal of this meeting, allowing both general education and special needs...

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