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Ian Rashleigh

Ian Rashleigh, Staff Reporter

Ian Rashleigh is a junior at FHC and is incredibly excited to be a new member of FHC Publications. During his free time he enjoys reading, writing, playing video games, and taking relaxing walks outside while listening to music. He is very passionate about reaching out and helping everyone he can while inspiring others to do the same. To him, everyone has the potential to change the world, they just need to find something that motivates them to do so. 


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Junior Edward Wilson playing the role of Dungeon Master in the groups current D&D Campaign: Its A Small World. The club met after school on Feb 14, 2024 in Mr Barths classroom, room 141.

Roll for Initiative

Ian Rashleigh, Staff Reporter
February 15, 2024
How to Avoid Getting Sick this Winter

How to Avoid Getting Sick this Winter

Ian Rashleigh, Staff Reporter
February 13, 2024
Senior Natalee Shipley places 5th in the Congressional Debate. The debate took place on Dec 8 and 9.

That’s Debatable

Ian Rashleigh, Staff Reporter
January 3, 2024
Mr. Richard Saucedo halts the band’s playing to address his first notes and a beginning assessment of the bands pitch.

Hearing Tomorrow

Ian Rashleigh, Staff Reporter
October 26, 2023
Guidance Counselor Kris Miller smiles at the camera as he supervises students entering into 4A lunch. He and many other staff have started taking up new responsibilities around the school.

[Photo] Short-Staffed Struggles

Thomas Ramos, Staff Reporter
October 13, 2023
Teachers Dont Grow On Trees

Teachers Don’t Grow On Trees

Ian Rashleigh, Staff Reporter
October 11, 2023
Band Director Nathan Griffin leads the Symphonic Band percussion ensemble in songs and instructs them on different sections. Symphonic Band meets in the band room during 4th hour every day.

Strings of the Soul

Ian Rashleigh, Staff Reporter
October 6, 2023
Dr. Becker grading student papers for a class assignment. He enjoys getting his work done at school in order to have more time in his after-school life to take time to relax.

Change of Place, Change of Pace

Ian Rashleigh, Staff Reporter
September 4, 2023
Coach Michael Bunton speaks to students during his sixth hour Advanced Weight Training class. While Coach Bunton gives his students respect from the start, he expects them to return it to him with hard work and good behavior.

[Video] Differing views on respect

Ian Rashleigh, Staff Reporter
December 8, 2022
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