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New locker assignment needed to aid students

New locker  assignment needed to aid students

N the Red Staff

April 17, 2019


Filed under Editorial, Top Stories

Hectic and loud, swarms of high schoolers crowd the hallways during the seven-minute frenzy between class periods. The idea of making it half-way across the building and back just to drop off a textbook is laughable. Students frequently carry backpacks that weigh 10 to 25 percent of their body we...

Hands-on approach paves way for career success

Hands-on approach paves way for career success

N the Red Staff

April 17, 2019


Filed under Editorial, Top Stories

Seeing our articles in print for the first time is something our student staff members cannot easily forget, but for most others, the rigidness of high school becomes tiring and the traditional classroom setup only allows the apathetic attitudes of high schoolers to persist. It makes sense that a s...

Decrease in teacher retention calls for recognition of efforts

Decrease in teacher retention calls for recognition of efforts

N the Red Staff

April 17, 2019


Filed under Editorial, Top Stories

Silently, I sat down in my seat with my head bowed and my arms crossed tightly around my stomach,” our Arts & Culture editor Carson Lilley said. “That class period, my teacher decided to pull up a chair next to me and ask how I was doing. She continued to ask me each day that week if I w...

Nationwide study pushes for higher safety standards

Nationwide study pushes for higher safety standards

N the Red Staff

January 18, 2019


Filed under Editorial

Fishers High School failed this year. The Zendrive School Safety Report issued a failing grade for road safety around the FHS area due to alarmingly high accounts of phone use and speeding, making us the fifth most dangerous school in Hamilton County in terms of transportation. Most troubling, this is not ...

Public Arts Programs provide more than color

Public Arts Programs provide more than color

N the Red Staff

January 18, 2019


Filed under Editorial

As the line for cold treats at Handel’s grows ever-longer, customers gather along the decorated mural. Some take snapshots of each other in front of the colorful mural to post on social media, while a small group of friends walks by on their way to the Nickel Plate Amphitheater for a concert. This is not...

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