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AGS teacher Jill Smigielski runs half marathon

AGS teacher Jill Smigielski runs half marathon

April Carr, Writer

October 16, 2020

AGS middle school teacher Jill Smigielski has been running half marathons for Project Purple for roughly four years after her dad passed away from pancreatic cancer. On Oct. 17 Smigelski will run her fourth half marathon to raise money for Project Purple, in order to find a cure for pancreatic cancer. ...

Varsity football team starts the season off strong with the new restrictions

Varsity football team starts the season off strong with the new restrictions

April Carr, Writer

October 7, 2020

On Sept. 3, Michigan high school football players got the okay to begin the football season and after weeks of preparation, the Fenton Tigers had their first game against Holly,  “The first two games went great,” senior Logan Angel said. “Starting 2-0 in a six game season is huge for us. What ...

Fenton High’s staff opinions on the new face-to-face learning schedule

Fenton High's staff opinions on the new face-to-face learning schedule

Hannah Weaver, Writer

October 6, 2020

With COVID-19, this school year is going to look a little different. There is going to be a new face-to-face system as well as new rules and regulations in regards to the student’s and staff’s safety. “I can't wait until students are back,” Principal Laura Lemke said. “FHS is a quiet an...

Tips on how to excel in virtual school

Tips on how to excel in virtual school

April Carr, Writer

September 25, 2020

COVID-19 has created many obstacles for schools around the country. One solution to lessening the spread of the virus is online school. However, online school comes with its own obstacles that students have to navigate through, and it is very easy to get overwhelmed. Below are five tips on how to excel i...

FHS hires a new assistant principal, Zachary Bradley

FHS hires a new assistant principal, Zachary Bradley

Bree Soule, Online Editor in Chief

September 24, 2020

Before the 2020-2021 school year began, Fenton High hired a new assistant principal, Zachary Bradley. The position was up for grabs after former assistant principal Laura Lemke replaced Mark Suchowski as principal at FHS. “I love the team that I'm on,” Bradley said. “I work with great peopl...

Fenton High’s new regulations on sports

Fenton High’s new regulations on sports

Benny Burke, Writer

September 21, 2020

As more adjustments are made in public schools under the threat of COVID-19, sports have had to adapt to the new regulations set in place. With face coverings mandatory at all times, limited attendees at large gatherings and only two visitors per student athlete, multiple changes have been made to accom...

Students organize local protests for Black Lives Matter

Junior Alexis Walker stares down the camera at the June 6 Grand Blanc Black Lives Matter Protest. “One thing that struck me was a little girl that led us in a chant during our march. She reminded me why we are fighting, which is for her future and for our future.”

Andrea Elsholz, Print Editor in Chief

June 26, 2020

After George Floyd pleaded for almost nine minutes while Officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck, many gathered across the nation to protest Floyd’s eventual death and police brutality. “We came together to protest police brutality and how it affects the black community,” junior Alexis Walker sai...

Goodbye class of 2020

Goodbye class of 2020

Bree Soule, Online Editor

June 12, 2020

Goodbye class of 2020 with messages from Fenton High teachers Michael Pearce, Matthew Sullivan and Bethany Hoover.

How to stay active during the off season

How to stay active during the off season

Bree Soule, Online Editor

May 29, 2020

Physical activity is essential to the human body. With local gyms temporarily closed and sport seasons cancelled, people who rely upon these must find a new way to workout.  “During the shutdown, it was important for us to stay connected to our players,” Rick Miracle, Director of Nationals Genes...

How to survive boredom during quarantine

How to survive boredom during quarantine

Emmy Johnson, Writer

May 15, 2020

After being locked inside for so long, boredom is setting in and people are looking for fun activities they can do while abiding by the Michigan stay-at-home order. Here are a few ideas on how to safely fight off quarantine boredom. ...