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Headless horseman returns to Conner Prairie

Headless horseman returns to Conner Prairie

Sydney Territo, Reporter

October 6, 2019

It’s October, which means that fall break is coming up and Halloween is approaching quickly. During fall break, students will have a week to enjoy the weather before second quarter starts, but often they don’t have anything to do in that week. An opportunity to get together with friends during fall ...

Three on three basketball rocks homecoming week

Three on three basketball rocks homecoming week

Andrew Haughey, Reporter

September 27, 2019

Homecoming week festivities started this week after the dance on Saturday, September 26. One such of these festivities was a three on three basketball tournament for both students and teachers to participate in. This event featured six teams, one of which was entirely teachers. The teachers, consi...

Wikihow to study

Wikihow to study

Ben Hamilton, Reporter

September 27, 2019

Studying is important in most classes and grade levels, but in high school and leading into college it’s particularly important. Life is changing and futures hinge on learning as much as possible. Good study habits can make the difference between a pass and a fail, so what should students be doing?...

Flags are for everyone

Flags are for everyone

Mason Gushwa, Reporter

September 13, 2019

Being surrounded by 60 girls every single day could be overwhelming, but for sophomore Ryan Fletcher its apart of his daily routine. Ryan is the 1st male to be in color guard here at FHS. Hard work, determination, drive, and athleticism are just a few skills that are necessary in order to be apart of...

Environmental efforts fall short

Environmental efforts fall short

Carter Hanefeld, Reporter

September 13, 2019

Recently, the school has put plastic straws back into circulation, despite claims made during the class meetings at the beginning of the year that they would be phased out. As a result, some students are not happy with this change in policy. “The plastic of a straw is too broken down and thin ...

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