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Going the Extra Stroke

Going the Extra Stroke

Kierigan McEvoy, Staff reporter

May 14, 2019


Filed under Boys Golf, Uncategorized

As many FHC sports teams are winding down to an end, so is the boys golf team. After competing in districts on April 29 the team placed seventh out of ten and managed to send two team members to the sectionals tournament that took place at Troy High School. Of the two, freshman Samuel Emrick emerged ...

Mrs. Shockley

Mrs. Shockley

Jacob Edwards, Staff reporter

May 8, 2019


Filed under Feature, Uncategorized

Through high school, there have been many teachers that have impacted me. One of the ones that has left a great impact, is Mrs. Shockley. She teaches AP Lit, and let me tell you this: it’s lit. She makes every class period fun and enjoyable, and teaches us all about the different things we need to...

Tough Fight

Tough Fight

Paige Fann, Staff Photographer

May 8, 2019


Filed under Galleries, Uncategorized

On Monday April 29th, the girls C-team soccer faced Fort Zumwalt West, the Spartans lost with the final score being 0-1. This was the last home game for the C-team, and the C-team worked very hard all season. Sophomore Meagan Smith, who plays goalie expressed how much effort they've put into the season. "No...

Mrs. Sprick

Mrs. Sprick

Liz Baker, Print Editor-in-Chief

May 8, 2019


Filed under Feature, Uncategorized

I just wanted to thank Mrs. Sprick for being one of the most kind and understanding people in this building. She’s always kind and enthusiastic about what she has planned for the day and brings a brightness to my day. She is really encouraging to me and it is really nice to see how much she genuin...

Ms. Rulo

Ms. Rulo

Gabby Buchholz, Copy editor

May 7, 2019


Filed under Feature, Uncategorized

I went into AP Calculus this year a little terrified and very worried. I’ve been lucky to usually excel in math classes, and have always been able to balance school with work, theatre, and anything else in my life. But Calc. pushed me, and in more ways than one. But right alongside it there was...

Mr. Schott

Mr. Schott

Kayla Reyes, Social media editor

May 7, 2019


Filed under Feature, Uncategorized

Dear Schott, This school year has been one of the best of my life. Being in newspaper has given me the greatest passion I’ve ever known, and I’m so grateful to you for being a mentor and role-model throughout my process of growing as a journalist. You are truly the best teacher I’ve ever ha...

Mrs. LaRue

Mrs. LaRue

Jacob Edwards, Staff reporter

May 7, 2019


Filed under Feature, Uncategorized

Mrs. Larue might have one of the toughest teaching jobs there is. Not because her class is super hard, but because she teaches Pre-AP English to the freshman, the kids who are new to the school. She has to teach them the basics of high school English, and help prepare them for what will come later i...

Mrs. Morrow

Mrs. Morrow

Kana Chung, Move editor

May 7, 2019


Filed under Feature, Uncategorized

Teaching is a common profession; however, not all teachers are able to evoke the passion for learning many students require to flourish in an educational environment. Mrs. Morrow is another story. Not only is she extremely intelligent and gifted in her mathematical abilities, but she is also able to communi...

Mr. Messerli

Mr. Messerli

Patrick Sheehan, Beats editor

May 7, 2019


Filed under Feature, Uncategorized

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


Filed under Feature, Uncategorized

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...

For the four day school week

Natalie Walsh, Staff reporter

May 7, 2019


Filed under Uncategorized

Waking up on Monday mornings just might be the absolute worst thing a high schooler has to deal with once a week. When students are waking up anywhere between 5 a.m.-6 a.m., Monday through Friday, sleeping in on the weekend is valued even more than the grades we strive to achieve. Warren County R...

Mrs. Flood

Mrs. Flood

Kierigan McEvoy, Staff reporter

May 7, 2019


Filed under Feature, Uncategorized

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...

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