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Students and teachers give exam study tips

Students and teachers give exam study tips

Bree Soule, Online Editor January 13, 2020

Exams can be overwhelming and cause stress within students. With six classes to study for, students are swamped with study guides and material from the past semester, trying to remember everything in a...

Video: What advice would you give to your younger self?

Gracie Warda, Online Editor in Chief May 28, 2019

In this video, students answer the question: What advice would you give to your younger self? Comment your answer below!

“If I could give my younger self advice, I would tell him to not be afraid to try new things. You could try something and love it and make it your passion. Don’t be afraid to fail because you learn from every experience and grow as a person. I was always scared to try new sports because I didn’t want to get laughed at for not being as good as everyone else. Now as I have grown up, I regret not joining different teams or clubs because that could have been an amazing experience in my life.”

People of Fenton: sophomore Joey Pierce

Lydia Podlesak, Assistant Print Editor May 28, 2019

If I could give one piece of advice to my younger self I would tell myself to be more open-minded and less stubborn. Life is considerably more enjoyable when you have the ability to see things from other people’s perspectives and keeping an open mind tends to keep me out of trouble.

People of Fenton: junior Kevin Hall

Gracie Warda, Assistant Online Editor in Chief May 7, 2019

“One piece of advice I would give to someone is to drink more water,” sophomore Audrey Trammell said. “It sounds very nerdy, but I started drinking water and my skin cleared up and I started getting up earlier, overall I felt a lot better.”

People of Fenton: freshman Audrey Trammell

Regina Pauly, Social Media Editor April 26, 2019

“My piece of advice is a paraphrase of advice that Ralph Waldo Emerson gave in one of his essays. At the end of each day be done with it, that they’ve done their best and the next day they should just start over again. I think this fits everyday generally, like as a parent, sometimes I do a great job and sometimes I don’t but, we learn from things and we move on. As long as we are trying to do our best, I think we have to be kind to ourselves.”

People of Fenton: English teacher Heather Mulligan

Regina Pauly, Social Media Director December 11, 2018

In A Minute: College

In A Minute: College

McKenzie Lookebill, Online Editor in Chief January 26, 2018

In a minute, something can change your mind. An idea, a person, or a statement has the power to alter your understanding. In a minute you can learn the good, the bad, and the ugly about college. From our...

SRT differentiate academic and travel time

SRT differentiate academic and travel time

Ellie Bennett, News Editor September 7, 2016

Students walking around the hallway with no planner, pass or reason to be in the hall are taking their daily SRT stroll around the school during the first part of SRT. These students are supposed to be...

Teachers give tips and tricks to help students get organized for the school year

Riley Wilson, Writer September 9, 2014

As the start of a new school year kicks off, the fear of not doing well kicks in. Teachers give helpful advice as well as ways to get motivated for the students to start the school year off right.   “I...

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