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With no particular destination in mind, Mrs. Dena Dauve spreads her wings in anticipation for a long flight ahead.

Wisecracks: Best of the Best

Teachers share the best joke they’ve ever heard
Essy Ingram, Copy Editor June 4, 2021

All jokes were not created equally. Although they vary greatly in size, ranging from corny one-liners to drawn-out antics, their defining elements are highlighted within the joke itself. The teachers...

AN UPWARD ART: In classrooms throughout the school, students leave their memories embedded in art on the ceiling. A dragon eye from Mrs. Shockley’s room.

Looking Up

The traditions behind decorated ceiling tiles
Maddy Mabray, Staff Report June 3, 2021

It’s not uncommon to find students staring at the ceiling in class, but it isn’t because of boredom. All throughout the school, students can find their teacher’s ceiling tiles painted with bright...

The sensations perform during half time on Friday Oct. 23. I like this picture because of the subject balance and the dramatic effect of the coloring.

Our Favorite Photos

Madi Hermeyer, Staff Photographers June 2, 2021

The Central Focus photographers have spent all year capturing moments in time for us to remember forever. Each photographer has chosen their favorite photo that they’ve taken, and given an explanation...

Junior Morgan Corbitt is a cheerleader at FHC. When I asked to photograph her, I thought of different ways I could capture her personality, while also staying true to the idea of spiffy,.. My first thought: GLITTER!! Morgan is stunning inside and out, and I felt that glitter was ab accurate representation of that.

Looking Sharp

Aniya Sparrow , Staff Photographer June 2, 2021

The photographers of Central Focus have been working extremely hard this entire year, trying to produce photos for our website, newspaper, and our yearbook. The photographers have done a tremendous job...

Sophomore Hailey Bennett is leaning against a large brick wall, thinking about life. I took this photo on the wall of Central Elementary School, and I like this photo because of the different levels of lighting and because of how Hailey is still the focus in the shot.

The Empty Spots

Aniya Sparrow , Staff Photographer May 21, 2021

The photographers of Central Focus have been working extremely hard this entire year, trying to produce photos for our website, newspaper, and our yearbook. The photographers have done a tremendous job...

FHN student Eva Kaminski gazes at the sky while immersed in the freezing cold waters of the Klondike Park lake. I like this photo mostly because of her profile reflected perfectly in the water. I also really like the contrast between the lights and darks in the photo.

Without Color

Aniya Sparrow, Staff Photographer May 14, 2021

The photographers of Central Focus have been working extremely hard this entire year, trying to produce photos for our website, newspaper, and our yearbook. The photographers have done a tremendous job...

Spring Things, COVID Style

Spring Things, COVID Style

A plethora of COVID friendly things to do during spring break
Faith Jacoby, Staff Reporter April 9, 2021

A brief overview of the 5 love languages and their meaning. Illustrations By: Maddy Mabray

A Lesson in Love

An explanation of the love languages and their influence
Maddy Mabray, Staff Reporter April 8, 2021

All connections are formed on the basis of some form of communication. The way an individual communicates their love is unique to them. Whether it’s with a significant other or among friends, knowing...

Joe Weidig waiting patiently.

Rock The House

Aniya Sparrow, Staff Photographer March 18, 2021

The Spotlight Players have started rehearsals for their upcoming production of Schoolhouse Rock Live, a musical full of singing, dancing, and a lot of learning. Due to COVID-19, there wasn’t originally...

The album cover for the first season of the hit show Glee. It aired on FOX from 2009 to 2015

Glee or Gee?

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff Reporter February 22, 2021

If I could describe the six season, satire fest that needs a trigger warning before nearly every episode called ‘Glee’ in one word, I would most likely choose the word ‘yikes’, but both in a good...

Garlands, lights, and baubles occupy the ceiling of science teacher Mr. Scott Thorpes room.

Lighting Up the Laboratory

Science teachers fill their classrooms with glowing holiday decor as a special time of year approaches.
Essy Ingram, Copy Editor January 26, 2021

This is senior Halei Anderson’s second year as a teacher’s aide for biology teacher Mr. Brian Bitney. When Mr. Bitney was quarantined immediately following Thanksgiving break, he asked Anderson and...

The Mobius strip can be seen in everyday objects as common as a piece of paper.

Paper With a Twist

Unfolding the Mobius strip mystery
Natalie Walsh, Co Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2021

There is a simple trick that several mathematicians and philosophers find intriguing and so out-of-the-ordinary that they have named it the Mobius strip. The best part about this trick is that it doesn’t...

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