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Double Trouble

Double Trouble

Anna Carroll, Staff Reporter

October 10, 2019

Celine Dion once said, “I'm not in competition with anybody but myself. My goal is to beat my last performance.” The words of the iconic pop idol echo the motivational mantra many runners have adopted in order to accomplish their best. Freshman Emily Rudebeck, on the other hand, strives to not only top her ow...

Food, Fun, and Faith

Food, Fun, and Faith

Essy Ingram, Staff Reporter

October 4, 2019

The intensive agenda of a student-athlete consists of drills, drills, and more drills. Sitting through hours of consecutive lectures, commuting down to the field for a session of sweat and recurring soreness; they are consistently being pushed to their mental and physical limits. Fortunately, there is a...

XC conquers Sioux Passage

XC conquers Sioux Passage

Essy Ingram, Staff reporter

September 26, 2019

Hundreds of hearts pump. Hands, glistening with sweat, rhythmically make jagged marks in the humid air. Bodies, weary yet determined, propel on. Adrenaline floods the atmosphere as racers approach the infamous hill. Sioux Passage is home to the daunting 400-meter long incline runners affectionately ...

Board of ed candidates participate in informative forum

Board of ed candidates participate in informative forum

Lanie Sanders, FHCtoday editor-in-chief

March 28, 2019

Sandra Ferguson, Mike Hoehn and Michelle Walker - the three candidates running for the Francis Howell Board of Education - will share their thoughts and viewpoints with the FHSD community in an open forum discussion in the auditorium at Francis Howell Central.

The mighty eight show how “Tomorrow Starts Now”

The mighty eight show how “Tomorrow Starts Now”

Ruthann Kimbrel and Holly Whaley

February 1, 2019

 Everything seemed to be going wrong for sophomore Gianna Deidrick, it was her first winter guard competition, her coach was late and no one knew where their coach was.   “We were a huge mess. Nami was late due to her accidentally sleeping in an extra half hour to an hour and we had no idea what...

The Last Ride

Jacob Edwards, Staff Reporter

January 24, 2019

The end of the season can bring lots of emotions for a team. Happiness. Sadness. Excitement. Disappointment. Crushing defeats and big victories can influence many of these emotions, and for the seniors, the leaders of the team, these emotions are amplified, because this will be their last season of hi...

Anatomy: The Next Generation

Anatomy: The Next Generation

Samantha Gnuse, Staff Photographer

December 14, 2018

Teaching a new course can be difficult. Mr. Scott Dauve, the past anatomy teacher, was a well-liked person. Mr. Patrick Reed has big shoes to fill as he begins to take over this class. Mr. Reed discusses his experience teaching anatomy for the first time and his students provide insight on how he...

The Publications

The Publications

Doug West, Staff Photographer

November 27, 2018

Here's publication's spoof on the recognizable "The Office" introduction.

Publications Recruitment Video

Publications Recruitment Video

Grant Boehne, Video Editor

November 14, 2018

The members of the publications club explain why you should join, and what they enjoy most about it. Go to room 139 for an application!

Taking art to the next level

Taking art to the next level

Riley Jamieson, Staff photographer

October 25, 2018

Mrs. Michelle McCune's Printmaking classes use a wide variety of techniques to take visual art to the next level. They draw, paint, carve, etch, and screenprint to put a twist on a typical drawing or painting. Students get to be creative and express themselves while working in a relaxed, positive environm...

Stepping into the spotlight

Stepping into the spotlight

Austin Crudup, Staff photographer

October 25, 2018

The Bounce Back Steppers is the revival of the previous step team that stopped meeting several years ago. They focus on not only original choreography, but also on creating their own rhythms by manipulating their bodies and voices. The group practices two times a week, and despite this little practic...

There’s more to color guard than you think

There’s more to color guard than you think

Kayden Zipoy, Staff photographer

October 25, 2018

As a part of The Spartan Regiment, there’s more to color guard than you think. Color guard is about putting forth the effort to perform and have fun as a team. The members of color guard work to overcome challenges like performing dance moves and tossing flags into the air while the marching band per...

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