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Mr. Messerli

Mr. Messerli

Patrick Sheehan, Beats editor

May 7, 2019

Dear Mr. Messerli, There has been no teacher who has impacted me as person more than you. Thanks to your teaching, I’ve been on cloud nine for the past 4 months after making the Colts drum and bugle corps. The value of hard work you taught and the advice you gave helped make me into someone who tri...

Mr. McCoy

Mr. McCoy

Hannah Hodges, Staff photographer

May 7, 2019

Mr. McCoy brings me endless amusement. I signed up for physics because I was interested in the way the world works, but I had no idea I was signing up to watch Mr. McCoy nerd out over physics for an hour! The joy he finds from our class labs and demonstrations makes the class so much more joyful. I ap...

Rival double header

Rival double header

Vincent Graczyk, Photographer

May 7, 2019

In a doubleheader against the Francis Howell Vikings, FHC did not disappoint. With a win during the first match and a loss during the second, the Spartans fought their hardest against one of the top baseball schools in the area. The FHC Spartans senior night is on Tuesday May 7.

Mrs. Flood

Mrs. Flood

Kierigan McEvoy, Staff reporter

May 7, 2019

From dealing with overbearing students during seminar to coming in early to film presentations to also being open for any discussion, Mrs. Flood has drastically impacted my high school career over the past two years. At times she may be too generous with deadlines and willing to give extended time o...

Mrs. Baize

Mrs. Baize

Jacob Edwards, Staff reporter

May 7, 2019

Walking through the halls of FHC, you hear different sounds coming from the different classrooms you pass. You can’t usually make out what is being said until you are right next to the doors, but that’s not the case with Mrs. Baize. All you have to do is get within 100 feet to hear her loud, ener...

Mr. Griffin

Mr. Griffin

Ruthann Kimbrel, Staff reporter

May 6, 2019

Dear Griffin, Thanks to you, I was able to make it through half of high school and all of the marching band seasons I’ve been through so far. It’s been easy to be honest with you when I feel like I can’t be honest with anyone else. I can share with you all of the problems in Guard because of you...

Ms. Fay

Ms. Fay

Hannah Hodges, Staff reporter

May 6, 2019

Ms. Fay makes every day better. English has always been my favorite subject, and getting to be in Fay’s class makes it so much more fun. As a teacher she is attentive and always willing to help you and discuss what you are struggling with. I appreciate that she is someone easy to come to when I have que...

Mr. Beckmann

Mr. Beckmann

Natalie Walsh, Staff reporter

May 6, 2019

Dear Mr. Beckmann, 50%. I had never gotten a 50 percent on a test or quiz before I’d gotten in to your class. And when I got a 50 percent on the chapter nine quiz, one can say I was slightly upset. Maybe a little more than slightly upset. But it was you who ran into me as I was walking to cr...

Teacher appreciation week

Isaiah Salin, Staff reporter

May 3, 2019

Nine hours a day, five days a week. Teachers put this time into their typical scheduled classes, not even counting the countless hours outside of the school week. Here at FHC,  students appreciate this extra effort and dedicate a week to appreciate the teachers that always go above and beyond to improve...

Varsity girls lacrosse take home the win

Varsity girls lacrosse take home the win

Kayden Zipoy, Staff Photographer

April 17, 2019

They Varsity girls lacrosse team took home the win on April 12 at Jake's Field Of Dreams against Wentzville where the defense and goalie Jazz Schumer let though no goals to win with a shut out of 12-0. "It feels really good because it means we're all working together really well," said varsity captain...

All in for Arete

All in for Arete

Gracie Kruep, Photo EIC

April 15, 2019

To end the year, every year, Arete hosts it's annual field day. Kids who applied for Arete by either athletic, academic, or club involvement, were able to attend the event. The festivities started during 6th hour and ran all the way to the end of the school day. The gym held 5 blow-ups, including an ...

Working as hard as… as a Fiddler on the Roof!

Lanie Sanders, Web Editor-in-Chief

February 25, 2019

With third quarter nearing its end, the spring musical, Fiddler on the Roof is in full swing. With 16 songs and over two hour running time, the show is no easy performance. Members of the ensemble are in almost every song, and therefore have lots of choreography and music to learn. Some cast members...

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