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Art teachers visit NAEA to further educating abilities

Art teachers visit NAEA to further educating abilities

Jake Roach, Voice Editor

April 13, 2015

The National Art Education Association held it’s annual convention on March 26th-28th in New Orleans, and in attendance was current educator in the art department Mrs. Judy Switzer and former FHC art educator Ms. Michelle Ridlen. According Ms. Ridlen, the National Art Education Association, or NAEA...

“The Addam’s Family” Just Around The Corner

Anna Dillon, staff reporter

April 10, 2015

With “The Addam’s Family”  fast approaching, the costumes are being put together, the characters are coming alive due to the work of the actors, and the anticipation is rising. All the crew members are working hard to put together one of theatre’s most difficult productions. Costume crew...

Art Club to paint new mural

Art Club to paint new mural

Jake Roach, Voice Editor

April 7, 2015

Out of tradition, Art Club will be painting a mural in the hallways of FHC. While the time is uncertain at this point, the mural will likely be seen toward the end of the year. Every member of Art Club, students and others, are allowed to participate in the painting. Among these is Art Club veteran...

A crown for charity

A crown for charity

Abbie Kaplan, Photography Editor

April 6, 2015

Mr. FHC is an annual male beauty pageant that is a light-hearted event geared towards raising money for the designated charity of that year. The 2015 proceeds were donated to Hope for Haiti, which is a foundation that takes supplies to schools in order to improve the opportunity for education. The...

The club that is “always fun, never Boron.”

Cadence Bippen, Discover editor

March 6, 2015

Chemistry club is one of a club that is popular, yet somehow manages to slide under the radar. This could be due to the fact that there aren’t always set dates. Run by Mr. John Kozlowski, affectionately known as Mr. Koz, chem club is held after school on any day he wants it to be. One could ...

Fine Arts Festival rescheduled

Fine Arts Festival rescheduled

Jake Roach, Voice Editor

March 6, 2015

Due to weather conditions, the Fine Arts Festival was rescheduled to May 1 from its original Feb. 20th slot. Students from departments involved have been affected differently from the more than two month delay. Junior Cameron Lundberg plays for the Jazz Ensemble which was slotted to play at the Fi...

“The Addam’s Family” makes progress

Anna Dillon, staff reporter

February 26, 2015

The spring musical, “The Addams Family” is theatre’s new work in progress. Both the crew and cast alike are anticipating the release to the public of the production. The dates are April 23-25.  More specifics to be released at a later date. The paint crew head and junior Emily Schnarr is lookin...

Bumped up a class

Bumped up a class

Jared McClellan, Web Editor

February 26, 2015

Flying flags. Amazing solos. Winning it all. Winter Guard showed up to the competition at Eureka High School, and they won it all by taking first place and moving up to B class. A new season of hard working paid off for these girls. Junior Gabriela Bianchi was ecstatic with the win at Eureka as well a...

Winter sports get recognized at pep assembly

Winter sports get recognized at pep assembly

Abbie Kaplan and Jerianne Harrison

February 24, 2015

In winter sports pep assembly, winter teams and outstanding student athletes were recognized for their dedicated participation in a varsity-level sport. The drawing from the Spartan stars took place in between basketball shootouts with teachers and student teams against other teacher and student teams. The...

The talk about speech and debate

Cadence Bippen, Discover editor

February 17, 2015

  "Have no fear, it's not too late, you can still join speech and debate!" The signs have been posted on walls and in stairwells for what seems like forever, and yet, people are still oblivious to the fact FHC has a speech and debate team. And a good one, at that. Sophomore Mackenzie Morris has won first pla...

FHC One Acts

FHC One Acts

Mia Baker, Staff Photographer

February 5, 2015

Reject superheroes, a suspenseful murder, a dinner gone wild, pirates, and eagles turning people into horses captivated the audience during The Spotlight Player’s One Acts. One Acts are mini plays produced by the students. Freshman Skylar Lard played the melodramatic character called Scene Lantern...

Thinking on your feet for a cause

Thinking on your feet for a cause

Abbie Kaplan, Editor of Photography

February 3, 2015

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