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 The cafeteria is full of students eating lunch and socializing with one another. The crowdedness of the cafeteria can be overwhelming for some students.

All Dine, No Dash

Switch to three lunches causes crowds, confusion
Tea Perez, Editor-in-Chief October 21, 2021

Walking into lunch this year students are met with the excited chattering and full tables of the crowded cafeteria. Due to last year’s COVID-19 restrictions, the school implemented five lunches,...

Transition to Traditional

Transition to Traditional

Rachel Vrazel, Web Editor October 21, 2021

Senior Lauren Sirtak walks into the school building, smiling at her friends and heading to her first hour Human Body Systems class. An involved student ready to enjoy all of the wonder and excitement...

The Elephant in the Room

Districts in St. Charles County face a decision: To mask or not to mask
Tea Perez and Sydney Tran October 21, 2021

An illustration of a student wearing a mask and not wearing a mask overlaps each other. As students transition to not wearing masks, there is an added challenge of recognizing faces because last year only their eyes were visible.

Seeing Double

Students and faculty adjust to seeing each other in a new perspective: without a mask
Elisa Carter, Staff Reporter October 21, 2021

The last two years have been nothing less than chaotic. Even though we have come back to school with COVID-19 calmed, it is still apparent that has been an adjustment. One adjustment that everyone...

Back To Normal?

Back To Normal?

Students, teachers find themselves balancing the old normal with the new normal
Rachel Vrazel, Web Editor October 21, 2021

 Red, white, and blue powder is thrown up into the air in the student section at the red, white, and blue themed football game. There is a newfound sense of school spirit that shines through in the student section.

Fans Never Left

Hannah Bernard and Keaton Frye October 21, 2021

Painted bodies cram together in the student section. A cloud of colored powder is tossed above. Yell leaders call out cheers waiting for students to shout back. The new school year has brought...

Coming to Terms with Coming Out

Coming to Terms with Coming Out

One family shares their story of acceptance
Kayla Reyes, Print Co-Editor-in-Chief May 27, 2021

Since as early as third grade, senior Krystal Arias (She/Her) has known she wasn’t exactly like the rest of her peers. Despite this, she never struggled to be social. She identified with her...

Out and About

Out and About

How transgender teens accept and embrace their identity
Sophie Delaney, Staff Reporter May 27, 2021

Like any student after a long lecture, senior Seth Wilcox (He/Him) headed to the bathroom before his next period. Except unlike other kids, Wilcox experienced threats, physical assault, and verbal...

Exploring Identities

Exploring Identities

Diving into the LGBTQ+ experience allows people to better understand it
Tea Perez, Web Editor-in-Chief May 27, 2021

Within These Walls

Within These Walls

The discussion regarding acceptance of LGBTQ+ students and staff
Faith Jacoby, Staff Reporter May 27, 2021

The LGBTQ+ community at FHC, both students and staff, can sometimes be overshadowed by other issues present in the school. Although the community is respected, they aren’t represented as much...

Waving Their Banners

Waving Their Banners

The realities of coming out as an adolescent
Faith Beckmann, Staff Reporter May 27, 2021

One December night, only a few years ago, a 12-year-old boy sat at a kitchen counter, writing a letter to his mother about why he needed to quit Boy Scouts immediately because he just couldn’t wait until...

What Does Pride Mean to FHC?

LGBTQ+ students describe what pride means to them
Tea Perez, Sydney Tran, and Hannah Bernard May 27, 2021

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