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Kana Chung, Copy editor

Kana Chung is a senior and copy editor for the FHC publications team. This is her third year on staff, and her second year as an editor. Despite her busy schedule, she always makes time to write and organize her jumbled thoughts on paper. Outside of publications, Kana enjoys listening to music, playing soccer, and participating in several clubs such as HOSA, Student Council, Central Outreach, NHS, Spanish Honor Society, theatre, Central International, and more.

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Kana Chung

Kana Chung

May 21, 2020
Calli Morris

Calli Morris

May 8, 2020
Erica Swanson

Erica Swanson

May 8, 2020
After graduating from FHC, several students choose to pursue a career in the medical field. One way these alumni are helping their community is by donating personal protective equipment to hospitals.

Alumni Aid

May 8, 2020
Seniors Kierigan McEvoy and Jay Viola, along with sophomore Jordyn Bailey, practice for girls soccer, one of the 22 MSHSAA sponsored sports offered at FHC. This is one of the 15 sports that make cuts to their programs: thats roughly 68.2 percent of them.

Making the Cut

April 8, 2020
Dakota Dunman

Dakota Dunman

March 30, 2020
Ermoni Redden

E’rmoni Redden

March 30, 2020
Sadie Carter

Sadie Carter

March 30, 2020
Shelby Williams

Shelby Williams

March 30, 2020
Maddie Bennett

Maddie Bennett

March 30, 2020
Caitlyn Brown

Caitlyn Brown

March 30, 2020
Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak in Missouri, MSHSAA has announced that sports cannot practice or compete when school is not in session. Similar precaustions have been taken for many activities at FHC.

Common Ground

March 30, 2020
Many people struggle with, quite literally, being heard. Its not to any fail of their peers, some people are naturally soft-spoken.

Finally Speaking Up

February 7, 2020
freshman Sophia Miller was one of three girls to compete against Timberland High School. Here she can be seen putting in the hours required to succeed in matches like the one they had on Tuesday.

The Toll On Timberland

January 30, 2020
Many new drivers have discovered that the they were younger, they spent most of their time looking down at electronic devices instead of at their surroundings. This leaves them without a sense of direction when they begin driving on their own.

Driving Blind

December 31, 2019

Climate In Crisis

October 22, 2019
Before the varsity football teams home opener, the student supporters displayed a banner that read Take the Dogs To the Pound, referring to the mascot of South: the bulldog.

Making history

September 13, 2019
The learning curve

The learning curve

August 26, 2019
Mrs. Morrow helping a student with classwork

Mrs. Morrow

May 7, 2019
The lacrosse program is hosting an adult Easter egg hunt on Good Friday. This photo was tweeted out from the official account (@FHCLax) to promote the event.

Finding funds

April 16, 2019
The Spartan ice hockey takes a knee as a huddled mass. The team utilizes this time to discuss the name with one another.

Persistent practice

January 22, 2019
The worlds biggest boy band, BTS, accepts their award for winning the album division at the 31st Golden Disk Awards. Members RM, Jimin, Jin, V, Jungkook, Suga, and J-Hope (named left to right) all wear proud smiles.

A fan is a fan

October 11, 2018
Senior Color Guard member Michael Foley leaps into their air. The routine for All in a Dayzzzzz requires a lot of flying leaps and spins from the Guard.

Competition of Champions

September 25, 2018
Joining the Rocket family

Joining the Rocket family

September 23, 2018
Loss then recovery

Loss then recovery

September 17, 2018
Theatre kids preparing for rehearsal by doing improv. At this time, their director Ms. Stallard is meeting with her crew heads and directors to make sure the show is going well.

Blocking and lines

September 10, 2018
The Chung siblings having a blast while trying to fit all three of them on one rocking horse.

Sibling stressors

December 1, 2017
Breakfast is served

Honoring Veterans

November 15, 2017
Billie Joe Armstrong challenges the crowd to raise their energy.

Equality is punk rock

September 26, 2017
Girls golf player Marlee Long, enjoys playing golf and having such a good team. They may have struggled but she is happy it was a struggle with them.

Last place for Girls Golf

September 13, 2017
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