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Tea Perez, Newspaper Editor-in-Chief

Téa Perez is the current Editor-in-Chief of the Central Focus and FHCToday.com. She is a senior and this is her second year on staff. Along with publications she is also involved in the FHC Spotlight Players, student council, HSDA, principals council, and more. Outside of school, she interns for a local newspaper, Community News, and is also the Chairperson of the St. Charles City Youth Advisory Task Force that she founded.

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Junior Reena Barghchoun poses in a traditional Lebanese wrap holding a figurine of a cedar tree, the symbol of Lebanon. These items allow Barghchoun and her mother, Sahar Arnaout keep the memory of Lebanon alive in their home.

Insight on Immigration

February 11, 2022
Mrs. Kelly DuBois sits in the background
working on filling empty sub spots while the looming substitute
paperwork and badge sit in the foreground. The struggle to find
subs to fill all necessary spots is one that Mrs. DuBois deals with
on the daily.

Short on Solutions

February 1, 2022
A gas pump is depicted leaking money. The extremely high gas prices mean students are having the spend more than they are able to on gas money each week.

What’s up? Gas Prices.

December 14, 2021
A student doing
schoolwork in a library melts into an actual classroom.
Blended learning creates the opportunity
to expand the classroom outside of the standard
cement walls of a school.

A Blended Beginning

October 23, 2021
Senior Kennedy Jensen and sophomore Phoebe Miller bumping elbows during the state quarterfinal game, which was suspended after 11 innings with the score even at two. The girls softball team is a well oiled machine who are ready to continue in tonights game.

Suspense Full

October 22, 2021
April 2021: Rewired

April 2021: Rewired

October 22, 2021
 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

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.

[Photo] Seeing Double

October 21, 2021
Fun at the Photo Booth!

Fun at the Photo Booth!

September 20, 2021
Rewired

Rewired

April 26, 2021
A Kickin Comeback

A Kickin’ Comeback

April 16, 2021
The team stands together as they prepare for a game.

A Fiery Conquest

February 3, 2021
A figure stands with a mountain of insecurities looming over them. The high stakes many gifted kids put on themselves can create tough hurdles to overcome.

Aptitude Sickness

February 1, 2021
A Year With COVID

A Year With COVID

January 21, 2021
Photo courtesy of Nikki Crangle

Practice Makes Perfect

December 16, 2020
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